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Papa Abashiri, leader of one of the most notorious criminal syndicates in history, decides it's time for his superpowered family to retire so his daughter, Kukunosuke, can have a normal existence. However, her "normal" school turns out to be a hunting ground for crazed perverts and brawlers, who have no intention of teaching the students anything. As the violence escalates, Kukunosuke calls in her family to fight against the principal in a final showdown of bone-crunchingly epic proportions.
Recalling Sukeban Deka, with its tale of a bad girl trying to go straight, and Debutante Detectives, with its well-connected students, Abashiri Families was originally released as four short chapters in the Rentaman video magazine. It was soon compiled into this omnibus edition, which is the version circulated in the English language. Its cartoonish comedy angle gives it more in common with creator Go Nagai's Kekko Kamen and Hanappe Bazooka than with his more serious stories, but the disjointed nature of the original production makes for an inferior offering. Director Watanabe would go on to adapt another Nagai story, Black Lion.