Metal Fighter Miku (TV)

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Alternative title:
Metal Fighter Miku:Frauen aus Stahl (German)
Metal Fighters Miku
メタルファイター・MIKU (Japanese)
Themes: wrestling
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: In the near future, the sports world is dominated by Neo Wrestling, a new spectacle in which Metal Fighters challenge each other to be named champion. The story follows the girls of the Pretty Four—Miku, Ginko, Sayaka, and Nana—as they face off against the current champions, Team Sapphire. With a burnt out drunk named Eiichi Suo for a coach the girls must not only contend with problems in the arena but also unforseen circumstances that arise in day to day life. Only through protecting their friends, understanding their enemies, and eventually challenging their idol Aquamarine, can Miku and the girls understand Eiichi's purpose and the shady secrets behind Neo Wrestling.
User Ratings: 56 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Excellent: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Very good: 4 votes (sub:2, dub:2)
 Good: 14 votes (sub:11, dub:3)
 Decent: 14 votes (dub:7, sub:6, ?:1)
 So-so: 8 votes (sub:6, dub:2)
 Not really good: 3 votes (sub:2, dub:1)
 Weak: 6 votes (sub:3, dub:2, others:1
1 German dubbed
 Bad: 3 votes (dub:3)
 Awful: -
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Seen in part or in whole by 150 users, rank: #3750 (of 7978)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 5.857 (Decent), std. dev.: 1.8939, rank: #6199 (of 8054)
Weighted mean: 5.713 (Decent−), rank: #6490 (of 8054) (seen all: 5.94 / seen some: 5.92 / won't finish: 2.33)
Bayesian estimate: 6.029 (Decent), rank: #5261 (of 6114)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 13
Episode titles: We have 13
Vintage: 1994-07-08 to 1994-09-30
Release dates: We have 7
Opening Theme:
"Kaze ni Naru Made" (風になるまで) by Kayoko Momoda
Ending Theme:
"Hitomi wa 1000 Carat" (瞳は1000カラット) by Kayoko Momoda
Links: We have 2
Previously released in the U.S. by Central Park Media under the Software Sculptors banner.
Software Sculptors's first video release was Metal Fighters Miku Volume 1 (VHS).
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DVD (Region 1)
    Metal Fighter Miku - Complete Collection (DVD) 2001-06-26

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Akiyuki Simbo
Yasushi Hirano (eps 1-9)
Yūji Kawahara (10-13)
Music: Kenji Kawai
Original creator: Daisaku Ogawa
Character Design: Takeshi Honda
Art Director: Masatoshi Muto
Animation Director: Yasunori Urata
Art design: Kenkichi Urata
Director of Photography: Akihiko Takahashi
Animation Production Producer: Norihisa Abe
Kayoko Fujita (OP & ED)
Motoji Iwasaki (OP & ED)
Assistant Animation Director: Takeshi Honda (ep 13)
Color Cooperation: Satoko Shiyura
Color Inspection: Emiko Akasaka
Color Selection: Emiko Akasaka
Drawing Director: Yoshimitsu Ohashi
Effects: Yasuyuki Konno
In-Between Animation: Kazue Yoshida (eps 8-10, 13)
Music Director: Shousei Ito
Photography Cooperation: Tsuguo Ozawa
Principal Design: Yasunori Urata
Production Coordination: Moritate Onuki
Production Scheduling: Mitsuo Yagi
Production Secretary: Masamoto Nishizawa
Recording Director: Jun Watanabe
Series Structure: Yasushi Hirano
Special Effects: Mamoru Abe
Sub-Character Design: Yoshimitsu Ohashi
Theme Song Composition:
Kayoko Fujita (OP & ED)
Motoji Iwasaki (OP & ED)
Theme Song Lyrics:
Mitsuko Shiramine (OP)
Takeshi Yokoyama (ED)
Theme Song Performance:
Kayoko Momoda (OP & ED)
Ai Orikasa as Ginko
Konami Yoshida as Miku
Mariko Onodera as Nana
Michiko Neya as Sayaka

Hiroshi Naka as Tokichiro Harajuku
Junichi Sugawara as Kajiwara
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Eiichi Suou
Masako Katsuki as Aquamarine
Naoki Tatsuta as Kouzou Shibano
Rin Mizuhara as Masayo Harajuku
Shinichiro Miki as Kinta Marugome

Akemi Shinohara as Moonlight Jewels (ep 9)
Atsuko Mine as Masayo Harajuku (eps 6-7, 10)
Chie Satou as
Amazoness (ep 6)
Mad Kong (ep 1)
Emi Shinohara as Yoko Shibano
Hiroko Nishi as female teacher (ep 8)
Hiroko Takemasa as
Fukurou (ep 3)
Moonlight Jewels (ep 9)
newscaster (ep 10)
Star Wolves (ep 7)
Junichi Sugawara as
employee (ep 10)
old man (ep 12)
Katsumi Suzuki as
policeman (ep 10)
Keiji Fujiwara as
Naoya Shibano
young man (ep 13)
Midori Nakazawa as Star Wolves (ep 7)
Miho Yoshida as priestess (ep 11)
Misa Watanabe as Hanako (ep 5)
Satomi Koorogi as Maki (ep 4)
Tetsuya Iwanaga as
boy (ep 12)
guerrilla (ep 10)
Referee Mecha (eps 4, 7)
Tomoko Kawakami as
boy (ep 3)
Star Wolves (ep 7)
Japanese companies
Animation Cooperation:
Shima Studio
Animation Production: J.C. Staff
Background Art: Studio Jack
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo
Editing: Jay Film
Laboratory: Tokyo Laboratory
Music Production: Victor Entertainment
Photography: Studio Boston
Recording Studio: Gen
Studio: Enoki Films
Titles: Maki Production
English staff
English cast
Director: Ruben Arvizu
Executive producer:
John Sirabella
Yoshi Enoki

Associate Editor: Beth Salem
Associate producer: Sam Liebowitz
Graphic Design: Merideth Mulroney
Post-Mix Engineer:
Juan Campos
Oscar Morales
Production manager: Scott Marchfeld
Production Supervision:
Henry Lai
Sean Molyneaux
Recording engineer:
Juan Campos
Oscar Morales
Alice Farinas as Ginko
Ellyn Stern as Sayaka
Michelle Ruff as

Anna Grinta as Aquamarine
Bob Buchholz as Tokichiro Harajuku
Jessica Gee as Yoko Shibano
Peter Doyle as Kajiwara
Richard Epcar as Eiichi Suo

Anna Grinta as
Music Director
Bob Buchholz as Photographer
Catherine Battistone as
Buddhist Nun
Masayo Harajuku
Doug Stone as
Kozo Shibano
Nagoya Shibano
Ellyn Stern as Maki Yoshihara
Jim Taggert as Kinta Marukome
Richard Epcar as Dandy Suzuki

English companies
Software Sculptors (Expired)
Internet Streaming: The Anime Network
Packaging Design: MarketWorks Inc.
Post-Mixing: ALBA Digital Recording
German cast
German staff
ADR Director: Jürgen Kluckert
Script: Roland Frey

Theme Song Producer: Jiri Kanzelsberger
Dascha Lehmann as Nana
Melanie Hinze as Sayaka
Ranja Bonalana as Ginko
Uschi Hugo as Miku

Detlef Bierstedt as Dandy Suzuki
Eberhard Prüter as Toukichirou Ohara
Helmut Gauß as Kajiwara
Jan Kurbjuweit as Kinta Marukome
Klaus-Peter Grap as Naoya Shibano
Lutz Schnell as Hansen
Marie Gruber as Masayo Ohara
Sabine Winterfeldt as Saki Kisugi / Aquamarin (eps 8-13)
Schaukje Könning as Youko Shibano
Tobias Kluckert as Cameraman
Werner Ehrlicher as Kouzou Shibano

Angela Ringer as Flower Power (ep 5)
Gundi Eberhard as Mari (ep 7)
Joachim Kaps as Policeman (ep 10)
Marie Bierstedt as Maki Yoshihara (ep 4)
Nina Herting as News Announcer (ep 10)
Reinhard Scheunemann as Mercenary (ep 10)
Sabine Mazay as Ninja-Lady (ep 3)
Velia Krause as Pegasusprinzessin (ep 7)

German companies
Broadcaster: K-Toon (Premiere)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Rona Aguilar as Miku
Rose Barin as Sayaka
Rowena Raganit as Nana

Danny Deopante as Eiichi Suou
Glenda Resurreccion as Aquamarine
Jay-r Flores as
Kinta Marugome
Tokichiro Harajuku
Rose Barin as Sapphire
Rowena Raganit as Masayo

Rowena Raganit as Maki
Tagalog companies

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