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Title (English) Showa Era Idiot Storybook: Most Refined; City Boy
Title (Japanese) Shouwa Aho Zoushi Akanuke Ichiban!
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Notes From a manga by AZUKI Yuu, published in Margaret magazine.
Classification shoujo
Synopsis Kojiro moves to Tokyo from Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island, and insists on bringing his favourite horse, Hikarikin, with him. The alien king Rel arrives from planet Wedelun and gives Kojiro a belt that will allow him to transform in typical superhero fashion and to protect the world from alien menaces. Kojiro though is more interested in impressing the pretty Yuka. Kojiro has a rival, Michinari, for Yuka's affections.

Pure comedy with Koujiro Tanne, spineless young guy who can transform himself into unlikely hero, with the help of babyish alien. (AAK)

Review Though I haven't watched it much, I believe its production was much better than the other AZUKI's manga-made-into-anime, "Iga no Kabamaru". It had nice castings, too: INOUE Kazuhiko for Koujirou, GENDA Tetsushou for a talking horse who has a crush on Koujirou. (AAK)

The creator apparently has a reputation as an artist who is able to straddle the divide between boys' and girls' comics. Hence "Akanuke Ichiban" looks rather like a typical superhero story for a male audience, even though it ran in Margaret magazine. Ratings were poor and the series was pulled before the end of its planned run.

Credits Dir: Hidehito Ueda
Des: Hiroshi Hamazaki, Ammonite
Episodes 22
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Date 1985 October 7 - 1986 March 24
Production Tatsunoko Productions
Broadcaster TV Asahi
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