Best 5 OVA Anime Made By Gallop

They are by far the best anime! We counts down the best anime to come out all the time, including the likes of Mugen Shinshi: Bouken Katsugeki-hen, Kenritsu Chikyuu Boueigun, TO-Y, and more!

5: Mugen Shinshi: Bouken Katsugeki-hen

English: Dream Dimension Gentleman
Japanese: 夢幻紳士 冒険活劇編
MAL Score: 5.45
Type: OVA
Episodes: 1

Synopsis

When a strange group of men attempt to kidnap Atsuko Fukune, a dancer at a club, she seeks the help of Mamiya Mugen, a famous detective – who also happens to be a child. When it turns out that other girls have gone missing, Mamiya, with the help of his butler Alucard, springs into action to solve the mystery.

(Source: ANN)

4: Kenritsu Chikyuu Boueigun

English: Prefectural Earth Defense Force
Japanese: 県立地球防衛軍
MAL Score: 6.13
Type: OVA
Episodes: 1

Synopsis

Telegraph Pole Society, a mysterious group, is planning to conquer the world. The principal of the local high school forms a Defense Force by recruiting students from school: Shogi Morita, Kuho Tasuke, and Akiko Ifukube. Meanwhile the high school crazy scientist, Dr. Inogami, has turned a local boy, Kami Sanchin, into a cyborg. They might just defeat the Telegraph Pole Society with the help of the cyborg, or maybe not…

(Source: AnimeNfo)

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3: TO-Y

Japanese: トーイ
MAL Score: 6.18
Type: OVA
Episodes: 1

Synopsis

Two weeks before a concert at Yaon Hibiya auditorium (1987.8.26), while playing at the club Shinjuku Loft, lead vocalist To-Y (pron: to-o-i) of the band GASP is jumped by a rival, Aikawa Yoji. GASP is a upcoming band known for its violence, struggling to be noticed against the popularity of hotshot Aikawa, who’s #1 on the charts and beloved by his fans. The Yaon Hibiya concert represents GASP’s mainstream debut to break out of the small-time club scene, which is threatened by the schemes of Aikawa’s manager, Ms. Kato of Koyama Productions. Kato wants To-Y to leave that “bunch of hoodlums,” and sing independently for a major label.

Adding to the confusion is an unexplained character who manifests feline traits, named Niya. Niya presents herself as “To-Y’s aijin” (“Niya, To-Y no aijin da yo!”) to the consternation of Koishikawa Hiderou, who has interest in To-Y. Koishikawa, also known as “Sonoko-chan,” is typed as a “okama” by Niya. A running motif is GASP, it’s fans, and associates regarded as unusual by the mainstream public, as exemplified by their musical taste, dress, and Classic Coke-drinking, which only contributes to more difficulty in their struggle to be accepted.

(Source: AniDB)

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2: One Pound Gospel

English: One Pound Gospel
Japanese: 1ポンドの福音
MAL Score: 6.45
Type: OVA
Episodes: 1

Synopsis

Hatanaka Kosaku, a hopeful boxer, has a mean KO punch. Unfortunately, his dietary willpower is weak, and he eats even greasy hamburgers right before a bout. As a result, he has to compete in higher weight classes, and as soon as he takes an abdominal punch, he vomits, which causes him to lose the match in shame. As he tries to grapple with his weak will, he meets Sister Angela, a novitiate at a local convent. While Sister Angela strives to help Hatanaka in his endeavor, he seems to make her training to be a nun more difficult.

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1: Akazukin Chacha OVA

Japanese: 赤ずきんチャチャ (1995)
MAL Score: 7.03
Type: OVA
Episodes: 3

Synopsis

Following the original TV series, the story tells the efforts of Momiji Gakuen, Chacha’s rival school principal, to discover what is so special about Urara Gakuen students and what she could do to “produce” the best students.

Did YOUR favorite anime make the cut? Let us know in the comments below!

1. Akazukin Chacha OVA
2. One Pound Gospel
3. TO-Y
4. Kenritsu Chikyuu Boueigun
5. Mugen Shinshi: Bouken Katsugeki-hen

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