The Super Milk-Chan Show

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  • 2011
  • 1 Season

The Super Milk-Chan Show is an animated series produced by Genco and directed by Hideyuki Tanaka aired from May 1998 to March 2000 on WOWOW in Japan. The English dubbed version, which premiered in 2002, features the voice talents of Mike MacRae as Milk, Hilary Haag as Tetsuko, and Ben Pronsky as Hanage.

The show follows the adventures of the titular character, Milk-chan, a pint-sized girl with a cow head who serves as a superhero princess in Robo City. Accompanied by her two sidekicks, Tetsuko and Hanage, Milk receives various missions from President of Everything, the gaseous leader of the universe.

Milk's missions range from saving the world from destruction to retrieving stolen items, but her short attention span and stubborn personality get in the way of her success. She often lashes out at her assistants, who are forced to put up with her antics.

Milk is not your typical hero, as she spends most of her time watching television and eating junk food, rather than fighting crime. Her utter disregard for the seriousness of her missions creates a unique humor that is both entertaining and unpredictable.

The show's animation style is reminiscent of low-budget 80s anime, with crudely drawn characters and limited animation. However, this works in the show's favor, as it adds to the overall charm and humor of the series.

One of the hallmarks of the show is its use of absurd humor and pop culture references. Characters often address the audience directly, breaking the fourth wall and making meta jokes about the show itself. The English dub takes this one step further with the addition of witty one-liners and references to American culture.

The Super Milk-Chan Show was not without controversy, as some viewers took offense to the show's crude humor and random violence. However, fans of the show appreciate its irreverent humor and unique animation style.

Overall, The Super Milk-Chan Show is a hilarious and fun show that doesn't take itself too seriously. With its quirky characters, pop culture references, and absurd humor, it's a show that will keep you laughing and entertained from start to finish.

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Farewell to Mankind: Last Episode
12. Farewell to Mankind: Last Episode
November 28, 2011
The world is put in danger by a special mushroom device. The Magic Shitake 1 creates a local disturbance in space and time, and it's up to Milk to set things straight!
Having a Think Talk for Dinner
11. Having a Think Talk for Dinner
November 28, 2011
Dr. Eyepatch hosts a retrospective of all of the characters' bloopers.
Hou Hokekyo, Who's Going to Die?
10. Hou Hokekyo, Who's Going to Die?
November 28, 2011
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
November 28, 2011
A case of stolen luggage gives Milk a new mission from the President. Dr. Eyepatch gives her a new tool: an old man robot that runs solely on ramen. 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
November 28, 2011
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
November 28, 2011
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
November 28, 2011
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
November 28, 2011
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
November 28, 2011
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!
November 28, 2011
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
November 28, 2011
The President accidentally deploys a missile after having a dream. Dr. Eyepatch determines that the errant missile will randomly select a target to destroy. Can the President get Milk to focus and intercept the missile before it hits?
The Evil Spirits Go Marching In
1. The Evil Spirits Go Marching In
November 28, 2011
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
    November 28, 2011