- i wish i can watch this anime again with English dub..
- Best basketball anime EVER
- I think its nice enough but the characters are seriously messed up and it constantly…
- love to watch it over and over again it is really funny and ryo sends…
- funny.. yet brings out tears.. love saeba ryo..
- The anime is very unbalanced. The first series focuses more on the characters. The second…
- The manga is SO much better. The anime is just lame.
- La Blue Girl
1. Injuu Gakuen - La blue girl (a.k.a. La Blue Girl)
2. Injuu Gakuen - La blue girl 2 (a.k.a. La Blue Girl 2)
3. Injuu Gakuen 3 - Shikima sakkai no shou (a.k.a. La Blue Girl 3)
4. Injuu Gakuen 4: youtou inkai no shou (a.k.a. La Blue Girl 4)
5. Shin Injuu Gakuen (a.k.a. New La Blue Girl)
6. Shin Injuu Gakuen 2 (a.k.a. New La Blue Girl 2)
Mido Miko is a high school girl (don't let the box copy fool you, she's not in "college") whose family secret is that she is a ninja trained in the secret art of sex-based magic. She uses it to defeat demons and other unsavory characters, while getting off in the process.
Maeda Toshio is the author & artist of the original manga, which ran for 6 tankoubon. Matt Lunsford also wrote some La Blue Girl comics. The original manga was published in Japan by Leed Sha and in America by Manga 18 / Central Park Media as "La Blue Girl - The Original Manga." In addition to the books, there have also been some video games and a series of Japanese live-action movies (pictured on bottom). No matter the format of this series (paper or film), this is not an anime for children.