Shadow Skill 2 (OAV 2)

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[ sequel of Shadow Skill (OAV) ]

Alternative title:
Eigi - Shadow Skill (Japanese)
Shadow Skill: The Movie
影技~SHADOW SKILL (Japanese)
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: In the warrior city of Kuruda, Elle Ragu stands as the strongest since she holds the prestigious title of 59th Sevalle. She fights using the deadly shadow skill and lives together with Gau Ban, her precious little brother. They live many adventures as they keep encountering powerful opponents to battle against.
User Ratings: 159 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 5 votes (sub:3, dub:2)
 Excellent: 12 votes (sub:7, dub:5)
 Very good: 22 votes (dub:11, sub:9, raw:1, ?:1)
 Good: 44 votes (sub:23, dub:20, edit.dub:1)
 Decent: 33 votes (sub:17, dub:15, ?:1)
 So-so: 15 votes (sub:8, dub:7)
 Not really good: 12 votes (dub:7, sub:5)
 Weak: 7 votes (sub:4, dub:3)
 Bad: 7 votes (dub:6, sub:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (sub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 329 users, rank: #2124 (of 6009)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.283 (Decent+), std. dev.: 1.9527, rank: #3924 (of 6002)
Weighted mean: 6.258 (Decent+), rank: #3938 (of 6002) (seen all: 6.26)
Bayesian estimate: 6.347 (Decent+), rank: #3455 (of 4564)
Running time: 32 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 3
Vintage: 1996-09-21 to 1996-11-21
Release dates: We have 2
Opening Theme:
"Solid Desire" by Kasumi
Ending Theme:
"I'm Shadow Skill" by Kasumi
Trivia: We have 1
Comment:
Released in the United States as a single, 90 minute episode. Released in the UK as Shadow Skill the Movie.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Yasuhiro Kuroda
Director: Hiroshi Negishi
Original story: Metake Okada
Original Manga: Megumu Okada
Character Design: Shin Matsuo
Art Director: Toshihisa Kayama
Executive producer: Ippei Takahashi
Adjustments: Kunio Kuwabana
Animation Inspection: Toshie Kaneko
Assistant producer:
Hiroshi Kudo
Shigeharu Sekiguchi
Colour Fixer: Maki Tanaka
Colour Setting/ Inspection: Shuji Kamimura
Editing: Masaki Sakamoto
Film Supervisor: Hisao Shirai
Music Editing: Koji Asano
OP. ED. Animation: Makoto Matsuo
Picture Director: Kenji Hatori
Planning: Ippei Takahashi
Production: Miharu Yamaguchi
Production Scheduling:
Daisuke Hirose
Toshikazu Kobayashi
Production Setting: Toru Shmose
Songs Editor: Erni Otsubo
Sound Effects Supervisor: Kazuhro Wakabayashi
Special Effects: Takashi Maegawa
Theme Song Arrangement: Keiji Hanada
Theme Song Composition: Hideyoshi Sato
Theme Song Lyrics: Hiroko Omato
Theme Song Performance: Kasumi Matsumura
Title Music: Hideyoshi Sato
(none)
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Zero G - Room
Assistant Music Producers:
Soft House Usuji
Tanoshi
Background Art: Production Al
Co-Production: Magic Bus
Filming: Studio Cosmos
Music Production: Starchild Records
Planning 2nd Editors Department:
Starchild Records
Takeshobo
Production: Takeshobo
Recording Production: Omnibus Promotion
Sound Effects: Michihiro Soundlink
English cast
English staff
Director: Pat Griffiths
Translation: Kaoru Mfaume
Executive producer: Laurence Guinness

Production Coordination: Chris Bottone
Elly Fairman as as Kyuo Ryu
Joanna MacInnes as as Elle Ragu
John Jay as as Lui Flasnee
Jonathan Keeble as as Scarface
Laurel Lefkow as as Faury Maya, Narrator
Mathonwy Reeves as as Gau Ban
Robert Chase as as Koa Icks
Roger May as as Bisto
Stephen Lyons as as Zot, Fight Announcer

English companies
Broadcaster: Encore Action
Dubbing: CTV Studios
Internet Streaming: The Anime Network
Licensed by: Manga Entertainment
Video Editing: Derwen
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