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Sureiyâzu supesharu (1996) Online
Original Title :
Sureiyâzu supesharu
Genre :
Creative Work / Animation / Action / Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy
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Directror :
Hiroshi Watanabe
Cast :
Maria Kawamura,Megumi Hayashibara,Akira Ishida
Writer :
Rui Araizumi,Hajime Kanzaka
Type :
Creative Work
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Naga and LIna will surly cause more mayhem in these OVA episodes of Slayers.

Sureiyâzu supesharu (1996) Online

Naga and LIna will surly cause more mayhem in these OVA episodes of Slayers.
Credited cast:
Maria Kawamura Maria Kawamura - Naga the Serpent (voice)
Megumi Hayashibara Megumi Hayashibara - Lina Inverse (voice)
Akira Ishida Akira Ishida - Jeffrey-kun (voice)
Rihoko Yoshida Rihoko Yoshida - Josephine (voice)
Shigezô Sasaoka Shigezô Sasaoka - Boss (voice)
Ryûzaburô Ôtomo Ryûzaburô Ôtomo - Dark Knight (voice)
Hidekatsu Shibata Hidekatsu Shibata - Goldias (voice)
Banjô Ginga Banjô Ginga - Lagan (voice)
Yû Shimaka Yû Shimaka - Sanzoku (voice) (as Yutaka Shimaka)
Kaneto Shiozawa Kaneto Shiozawa - Vista (voice)
Takeshi Aono Takeshi Aono - Diol (voice)
Urara Takano Urara Takano - Boy (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bryan Bounds Bryan Bounds - Vista, Beast Man C (voice)
Robert Bundy Robert Bundy - Lagan (voice) (as Rob Bundy)
Chris Corey Chris Corey - Bartender, Bandit 2, Additional Voices (voice)

User reviews



Because there's three Special OVAs, I'll go through them systematically:

THE SCARY CHIMERA PLAN is very good. The dream sequence which features the proposed super-chimera is very funny. Plus Naga and her clones generally smashing and laughing their way in order to find Lina. Overall: 7 out of 10.

JEFFREY'S KNIGHTHOOD is kinda like a Slayers take on Mission: Impossible. The scene where Lina tells the bandits that Naga's gonna get naked is an absolute hoot! Overall: 7 out of 10.

MIRROR MIRROR really shines. The shadow copies of Lina and Naga are excellent. The Shadow Lina's a simpering humanitarian, whereas Shadow Naga has no self-confidence and is embarrassed by her outfit! Overall: 9 out of 10.


This isn't like the ones before. In fact, I'm not sure that this is even in the same dimension as the others. Lina is with a strange woman named Naga the Serpent who dresses rather… well… just look at her! (Kurai: "Um… is she a striper?" Angel: "Uggg… could very well be.") I'm guessing that this is before she ever meets Gourry in fact because she doesn't talk about him or even mention him. You don't have to see the first two seasons's to watch this one, though Naga seems to get a tiny bit of time on screen in them. In fact, the three episodes are not really repetitive and you can probably watch them in any order, though the first one does have the 'first meeting' (if you can call it that) of the two. It seems in the first episode that they have a small history between the two though the story never talks about what did happen, Naga seems to know Lina but Lina doesn't really remember her. I hate when they do something like that because though the whole show, they never say what is really going on. They have a love/hate relationship between them, once in a while they will act like friends but more over then not, Naga always tries to out shine Lina and fight her.

Naga is pretty much a fan service character, not really adding anything except someone who wants to fight Lina every single time and make her life almost hell. Her skimpy outfit reminds me of a hooker and I don't think anyone can wear her outfit out on the streets without being called over by the police. I understand fan service and being bi, I can actually say I like a little of it but this does tend to gross me out. I am happy that they do not always pay much attention to her outfit, and they do say out ridicules it really is so I let them slide on that.

Lina on the other hand seems to be a bit more down to earth then the episodes before and I'm not sure why that is. She doesn't feel like 'our Lina' but someone playing as her. This tends to throw me off slightly as I fell in love with her character from the TV shows.

The Animation is actually nice cell shaded, good for the time at least. It does show its age but again, it fits slightly with the others. It's only a little bit more blurred then the others, as seen in most OVA's like that. They also end up getting off the character designs at times. You would think for an OVA, they wouldn't do that.

There isn't much background music except for the slap stick comedy sounds we will normally hear but these never overpower and sometimes are even non-existent throughout the show. When we do get epic music, sometimes its cut off to leave sort of a comical end. Lina sounds much younger then the other shows and so I guess it shows the time frame. I can't stand Naga's voice at all, especially her laugh!


This was surprisingly a great OVA! I didn't have high hopes for it, but I was pleasantly surprised. The first episode is about when this scientist guy wants to turn Lina into a Chimera, and she doesn't want too. The plot is very funny. The second episode is about a wimpy boy named Jeffery, who's mom wants him to become a knight. So she hires Lina and Naga to make him think that he's a brave knight. At first the episode seemed pretty bad, but I ended up enjoying it as the episode moved forward. The third, and best episode is about when Lina and Naga are searching for a thief who stole a magical mirror that can create clones of whoever stands before it. One problem though. The clone has a totally different personality than the actual person. This episode was the most epic. It had insert songs, and was the most funny. I say, if your a Slayers fan, you will most likely like this. Both voice tracks are good, however, if you mostly watch the series, be warned Lina's voice is different. Good, but different, and it will take some getting used too. 9/10