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Encyclopedia > Gall Force

Gall Force is a group of science fiction anime OAV series by the studio Artmic, with production by Youmex and/or AIC. The original character designs were by Kenichi Sonoda, though these were dropped for the Gall Force Revolution remake (which, as of 2005, is also the only series not have been released in North America). 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. ... This is the current Anime Collaboration of the Week. ... 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. ... Anime International Company is an anime studio. ... Kenichi Sonoda (園田 健一 Sonoda Kenichi, born 13 December 1962) is a manga artist and anime character designer. ... 2005 is a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... World map showing North America A satellite composite image of North America North America is a continent in the northern hemisphere bordered on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by the North Atlantic Ocean, on the south by the Caribbean Sea, and on the west by the...


It is considered by some anime fans to be a classic of 80s anime. Fans of Janet Jackson, at Music Music The word fan refers to someone who has an intense, occasionally overwhelming liking of a person, group of persons, work of art, idea, or trend. ... 1980 (MCMLXXX) was a leap year starting on Tuesday. ...

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Series

First story arc

  • Gall Force: Eternal Story

A galactic war rages between the all-female Solnoids and the amorphous Paranoids. In the midst of battle, a plan which was secretly hatched by the leaders of both sides comes into fruition, and an unsuspecting crew of seven Solnoid soldiers aboard the 'Star Leaf' is caught up in the middle.

  • Gall Force 2: Destruction

Ten years later, one of the two survivors of the 'Star Leaf', Lufy, is recovered from space by Solnoid forces. There, she is confronted with the secret plan which had become reality in the previous episode: to genetically unite both races. Wracked by self-doubt, Lufy is forced to make a decision as Solnoids and Paranoids face each other in battle in the very solar system in which the new life form and the last 'Star Leaf' survivor have established an existence - and the Solnoid army - unaware of the plan - intend to deploy a weapon of mass destruction...

  • Gall Force 3: Stardust War

The destruction of the new future is averted, but Lufy and her friends find themselves in another twist: in a desolate solar system, the Solnoids and Paranoids intend to finish the war by fighting to the last. An encounter with the Solnoid instigator of the secret plan convinces the crew to try and walk a different path - to attempt both sides to stop the senseless fighting by reminding them what they have already lost...

A very humurous behind-the-scenes look (if Gall Force were a real-life series instead of being animated). Cast and crew members run into difficulties as things do not turn out as they should; Lufy almost drowns as she is object of a whole crowd of spectators while in the nude; the director's obsession with reality filming causes some high-voltage friction with one of the cast; and in the end, after the premiere, the girls end up in an on-stage tussle about which one is the most popular character. In anime and manga, characters which are drawn in a highly exaggerated manner are said to be super deformed (SD) or chibi. ... In contemporary usage, parody is a form of satire that imitates another work of art in order to ridicule it. ... In cinema, a Making Of is a behind the scenes documentary film look of the production of the show. ...


Rhea/Earth Chapter arc

  • Rhea Gall Force
  • Earth Chapter 1–3

New Era arc

  • Gall Force New Era 1–2

Gall Force Revolution

  • Gall Force Revolution 1–4

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AAW: Gall Force: Eternal Story Review (1434 words)
Gall Force is either an epic space opera gone horribly wrong, or a babes in space flick gone horribly right.
Visually, Gall Force is a little dated, but the animation is reasonably good (particularly for the era), and there's quite a variety of action--everything from massive space battles to planet-side gunfights.
In all, Gall Force isn't high art, and is rather dated in a lot of ways, but it does have enough action and variety to keep it interesting.
Jayman's Gall Force Information Page (397 words)
Gall Force is divided up into a few different Japanese Animation series.
Gall Force Earth Chapter is my favorite series of them all, but all of them are worth checking out!
Ultimately, they are faced with a final decision that will not only shake up the loyalties of both worlds, but also affect the futures of both races and a new race that is yet to be.
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