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AD Police is an anime science fiction series, composed of the 12-episode long AD Police: To Serve and Protect TV series and the 3-episode long AD Police Files OVA series. AD Police is a spin-off of another anime series: Bubblegum Crisis. The AD in AD Police is short for Advanced, although there are some mistaken translations as Armored Division. Anime (アニメ) is a style of cartoon animation originating in Japan. ... Science fiction is a form of speculative fiction principally dealing with the impact of imagined science and technology, or both, upon society and persons as individuals. ... Produced by Artmic and AIC, AD Police Files is a three-part OVA which serves as a prequel to the anime series Bubblegum Crisis. ... Original Video Animation (OVA) is an acronym used in Japan for anime titles that are released directly to retail sale, without prior showings on TV or in theaters. ... A spin-off (or spinoff) is a new organization or entity formed by a split from a larger one such as a new company formed from a university research group. ... Bubblegum Crisis is an anime OVA series that takes at least part of its inspiration from Philip K. Dicks and Ridley Scotts Blade Runner. ...

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The AD Police are an elite group of highly trained and specially equipped police officers who have been formed to deal with terrorist activities and Boomer robot crimes in the city of Megatokyo. They are too heavily armed and equipped (including power armors like the K-11 and K-12) for a normal police force, and too lightly for a military organization. The factual accuracy of this article is disputed. ... A Boomer is a fictional synthetic life form developed by inventor Katsuhito Stingray in the anime series Bubblegum Crisis. ... For other uses, see Robot (disambiguation). ... Mega-Tokyo can mean several things: Megatokyo is a webcomic, drawn in manga style by Fred Gallagher and Rodney Caston. ...


The AD Police are offered a great deal of leeway in their activities, often blockading large sections of the city and causing great amounts of property damage in the course of fulfilling their duty. Despite their dedication to their jobs, however, the citizens of Megatokyo tend to dislike and distrust members of the AD Police, seeing them as corrupt and ineffectual.


Filmography

The AD Police have been featured in the following anime: Anime (アニメ) is a style of cartoon animation originating in Japan. ...


The AD Police have also been featured in the following manga, comics and other products: Produced by Artmic and AIC, AD Police Files is a three-part OVA which serves as a prequel to the anime series Bubblegum Crisis. ... Bubblegum Crisis is an anime OVA series that takes at least part of its inspiration from Philip K. Dicks and Ridley Scotts Blade Runner. ... Bubblegum Crash is a three episode OVA anime series, the sequel to Bubblegum Crisis. ... Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 is an alternate-universe spinoff of the original Bubblegum Crisis anime OVA series, with similar themes, but updated character designs and new or re-worked storylines. ... Parasite Dolls is a science fiction anime OVA that was created in 2002 by AIC and IMAGICA Entertainment. ... A page from the Marmalade Boy manga, volume 1 (Japanese version) Manga (漫画) is the Japanese word for comics and print cartoons; outside of Japan, it usually refers specifically to Japanese comics. ... Comics (or, less common, sequential art) is a form of visual art consisting of images which are commonly combined with text, often in the form of speech balloons or image captions. ...

Ani-Mayhem was an anime-based collectible card game first released in 1996 in the wake of the CCG boom created by the popularity of Magic: The Gathering. ... Collectible card games (CCGs), also called customizable card games or trading card games, are played using specially designed sets of cards. ...

See also

Bubblegum Crisis is an anime OVA Series that takes at least part of its inspiration from Philip K. Dicks and Ridley Scotts Blade Runner. ... Bubblegum Crisis is an anime OVA Series that takes at least part of its inspiration from Philip K. Dicks and Ridley Scotts Blade Runner. ... In the anime series AD Police Files, Inspector Jeena Malso is the partner of a young rookie cop named Leon McNichol. ...

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Bubblegum Crisis
Bubblegum Crisis - Bubblegum Crash - Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040
AD Police
AD Police Files - AD Police: To Serve and Protect - Parasite Dolls
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AD Police - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (264 words)
AD Police is an anime science fiction series, composed of the 12-episode long AD Police: To Serve and Protect TV series and the 3-episode long AD Police Files OVA series.
The AD Police are an elite group of highly trained and specially equipped police officers who have been formed to deal with terrorist activities and Boomer robot crimes in the city of Megatokyo.
The AD Police are offered a great deal of leeway in their activities, often blockading large sections of the city and causing great amounts of property damage in the course of fulfilling their duty.
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