HIGH KICK GIRL Rina Takeda Joining Season Two Of THE ANCIENT DOGOO GIRL!

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HIGH KICK GIRL Rina Takeda Joining Season Two Of THE ANCIENT DOGOO GIRL!
Like the thought of Noboru Iguchi (Machine Girl), Yoshihiro Nishimura (Tokyo Gore Police) and Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge) joining forces to tell the story of a buxom girl in a clay bikini battling a vast array of monsters? Because they already did. It's a Japanese TV series called The Ancient Dogoo Girl. Like the thought of MORE girls in clay bikinis joining the show? Because that's what they're doing in season two, with a group of five monster hunters in training joining the cast, all of them clad like their leader. And it's safe to say that not only will there be more bikinis next time out but that the martial arts used will also be significantly better because one of the girls added is Rina Takeda, the star of High Kick Girl and while that film is severely flawed Takeda herself is dynamite. The remaining four girls are Misaki Momose, Manami Nomoto, Maria Yoshikawa, and Haruka Dan. Ages range from 21 to 14 so, yes, you'll feel dirty for watching.
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Agent WaxAugust 25, 2010 6:24 AM

A sequel? But Dogoo-chan died!

Agent WaxAugust 25, 2010 6:51 AM

The official site is here:


http://www.dogoon5.jp/


What were the producers thinking, trying to turn the series into a loli girl group? None of these new girls are anywhere near Yazawa's league in the physical department. Furthermore, much of the original series' charm came from the interaction between Dogoo-chan and her 'slave'. I don't think this new series will work well...

Todd BrownAugust 25, 2010 10:23 AM

I think it's pretty obvious what they were thinking. Heh. And, honestly, they're probably right. Yazawa is back, too, by the way. I guess that wasn't clear ...