Reviewed by: Jason Stillion
Review Date: June 6th, 2012
Last Updated: Dec 12th, 2016
Animation Studio: Satelight
Director: Keiji Gotoh
Japanese Release: 2009
Length: 24 episodes
Version Reviewed: Crunchy Roll
Language Reviewed: Japanese w/ English Subtitle
Plot: Kiddy Girl-and takes place in the same setting, after the events of KiddyGrade. Human’s have developed warp technology and have colonized several planets. The GTO (Galactic Trade Organization) acts as sort of police force, which replaced the previous GOTT organization in Kiddy Grade. There are still elite members of the GTO that have special abilities. Unlike the elite members in the GOTT, they are no longer a “secret” part of the organisation. The main character are Ascoeur and Q-feuille, who are two aspiring candidates working at the GTO headquarters hoping to reach this status of the elite members.
Review: Kiddy Girl-and also starts out with a rather non-serious plot, but progressively get’s very serious. Kiddy Girl-and has far more fan service then Kiddy Grade. Kiddy Girl-and also has multiple, unexpected plot twists. Unlike Kiddy Grade it does a great job on both focusing and developing both Ascoeur and Q-feuille almost evenly.
Compared to Kiddy Grade, Kiddy Girl-and feels like a different series, the lack of seriousness in the begining with the increase of fan service, combined with some personalty changes of some of the existing characters. Despite this, it’s not too much of a disconnect from Kiddy Grade.
My Grade: 4 out of 5 / “Loved it”
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