Super Milk Chan Flash

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  • 2009
  • 2 Seasons

Super Milk Chan Flash is a Japanese animated television series that aired in Japan from 1998 to 2005. It is a spin-off from the original Super Milk Chan animated television series. The series was licensed for distribution in North America by ADV Films and aired on The Anime Network.

The show is primarily a comedic series that follows the adventures of Milk-chan, a young girl who is the official protector of the planet. Milk-chan is joined on her adventures by her two assistants, the robot Tetsuko and the slug-like creature Hanage. The show is known for its off-kilter humor and bizarre storyline, often featuring surreal and absurd situations.

The episodes of Super Milk Chan Flash are divided into several short segments, each one focusing on a different aspect of Milk-chan's life. Some of the segments feature Milk-chan dealing with mundane everyday tasks, such as going grocery shopping or taking care of her pet cat. Other segments are more action-oriented and feature Milk-chan battling various villains, such as a group of ninja assassins or an evil alien invasion force.

One of the show's most distinctive features is its use of dialogue. The characters speak in a rapid-fire, staccato style that can be difficult to follow, as they often talk over one another and interrupt each other mid-sentence. This dialogue style lends itself well to the show's comedic tone, as the fast-paced banter between characters adds to the show's frenzied energy.

Super Milk Chan Flash also features a unique animation style. The characters are designed with exaggerated features and proportions, and the animation often features odd visual gags and surreal imagery. The show's art style is reminiscent of classic Japanese anime and manga, but with a modern twist that sets it apart from other similar series.

Despite its comedic tone, Super Milk Chan Flash also explores some deeper themes. The series often touches on the nature of power and control, as Milk-chan struggles to maintain her position as planet protector amidst shifting political and social dynamics. The show also deals with issues of conformity and rebellion, as Milk-chan and her friends struggle to find their place in a world that seems determined to force them into predetermined roles.

Overall, Super Milk Chan Flash is a fun and offbeat series that will appeal to fans of unconventional anime and comedy. Its distinctive animation style and rapid-fire dialogue make it stand out from other similar shows, and its exploration of deeper themes gives it a bit of substance beyond its surface-level humor.

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Farewell to Mankind, the Last Episode
12. Farewell to Mankind, the Last Episode
October 21, 2004
The world is put in danger by a special mushroom device. The Magic Shitake 1 creates a local disturbance in space and time, and itÂ's up to Milk to set things straight!
Having a Thick Talk for Dinner
11. Having a Thick Talk for Dinner
October 21, 2004
Dr. Eyepatch hosts a retrospective of all of the characters' bloopers.
Hou Hokekyo, Whoâ' Going to Die
10. Hou Hokekyo, Whoâ' Going to Die
October 21, 2004
After Tetsuko winds up in the shop after coming down with the Y2K virus, Milk is given Dr. Eyepatches latest creation: Bear Slaying Robo Willy. Milk is tasked with saving the world from an out of control Japanese black bear named Leonardo.
Financial Decay Peninsula
9. Financial Decay Peninsula
October 26, 2004
A case of stolen luggage from elderly people gives Milk a new mission from the President. Dr. Eyepatch gives her a new tool. An afternoon visit to a ramen shop to charge up the new robot allows Milk to both open & close the case.
The Virtual Sound System
8. The Virtual Sound System
October 26, 2004
Milk may be in trouble when she learns that the omelet she just ate for breakfast was made with a missing T-Rex egg! Luckily the President's missing cat provides the needed distraction for Milk and Tetsuko to clear the table of evidence.
Ra-Ra-Raccoon Dog, Heisei Pig Wars Oink Oink
7. Ra-Ra-Raccoon Dog, Heisei Pig Wars Oink Oink
October 26, 2004
Love happens at the most inopportune time for two pigs in the pork factory. Luck is on their side when work place negligence and sexual harassment allows them to escape. Milk is called in to bring back the bacon.
The Towering Homeless
6. The Towering Homeless
August 31, 2004
When the cardboard shanty houses of the homeless are destroyed by fire, the President dispatches Milk to construct new homes.
Rice Cakes Stretching and Shrinking
5. Rice Cakes Stretching and Shrinking
August 31, 2004
After finding Tetsuko's rice cakes lacking in elasticity, Milk aquires a rice cake making machine. The President calls with a mission involving a bird, a baby and a big bag of rice.
The Return of the Young Master from the Planet
4. The Return of the Young Master from the Planet
August 31, 2004
What does an alien abduction and the classic conundrum of the dropped cell phone have to do with each other? Milk finds out after the President has been snatched by pointy-headed extra-terrestrials bent on harvesting a new food supply through cloning.
Don't Give Up, Sumi High Baseball Team!
3. Don't Give Up, Sumi High Baseball Team!
July 6, 2004
Milk is tasked to save the fish after a cargo ship sinks, and its entire shipment of wine is spilt. With the loan of a submarine from Dr. Eyepatch and a mandate from the President, Milk sets out to keep the fish on the straight and narrow.
From Giba-chan to Dioxin
2. From Giba-chan to Dioxin
July 6, 2004
The President accidentally deploys a missile after having a dream. He calls Milk for help, but keeps getting interrupted and sidetracked by her. Dr. Eyepatch determines that the errant missile will randomly select a target to destroy.
Evil Spirits Go Marching in
1. Evil Spirits Go Marching in
July 6, 2004
A call from the President puts Milk on the hunt for a counterfeit. With the assistance of Tetsuko, Hanage, Dr. Eyepatch and Robodog, learn that the counterfeit has a particular love for Belgian Waffles. To catch him, Milk and Tetsuko open a waffle stand.
  • Premiere Date
    May 13, 2009