While the plot and characters of this 3D CG mecha series may not be especially compelling or fresh, the action, visuals, and setting details are sharp enough to keep viewers coming back.
Marie & Gali (TV)
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Plot Summary: Marika is an ordinary, gothic lolita middle schooler. However, with only the slightest mention of science, she begins to get sleepy. One day while riding the train, her handmade stuffed animal "Pet" begins to move on its own. To make matters worse, she ends up in a strange town she's never heard of known as Galihabara. Here, Marika encounters the astronomer Galileo, as well as a number of history's other greatest scientists. However, they're all a little different here...
Running time: 5 minutes
Episode titles: We have 40
2010-01-30 (Ep. 1-2, Italy - Future Film Festival)
"Garihabara" by Swing Mates K
マリー＆ガリー 東映アニメーション (Japanese)
Japan's Animation DVD Ranking, May 17-23 (May 25, 2010)
Kūchū Buranko, Oblivion Island Win Awards in Europe (Apr 23, 2010)
Marie & Gali Gets New Ver. 2.0 TV Anime Green-Lit (Mar 19, 2010)
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Series Composition: Takashi Yamada
Storyboard: Rie Matsumoto (ep 0)
Episode Director: Rie Matsumoto (ep 0)
Music: Yuuji Yoshino
Original Work: Izumi Todo
Character Design: Yoshihiko Umakoshi
Animation Director: Yoshihiko Umakoshi (eps 13, 21, 29)
Art design: Ryuutarou Masuda
Producer: Hiromasa Kondou (NHK Educational)
Color design: Kunio Tsujita
Production manager: Shousuke Okada
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