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A disastrously incompetent supernatural security agency is called in to stop an epidemic of feline ghosts in this anime adaptation of Akihiro Ito's manga. Perhaps for legal reasons, the original "File X" prefix was dropped from the title for the U.S. release, though Geobreeders owes just as great a debt to Scooby-Doo as it does to Mulder and Scully. Five feisty females in a dilapidated mystery machine run rings around the show's squashed-down Duchovny-clone, facing off against sulking military "allies" and a secret conspiracy.
A predictably madcap mix of ghostbusting tomfoolery in the spirit of Phantom Quest Corp and Ghost Sweeper Mikami, complete with lightheartedly gratuitous nudity, snappy dialogue, and some really big guns. Even distributors USMC rise to the occasion for the U.S. dub. Considering the output of their sister-brand Anime 18, it must be a refreshing change for a voice actress to shout "Get on your knees, pussies" to an audience that genuinely does consist of cats.
Sight- ags show a return of the Project A-Ko spirit from chief director Moriyama: fake ads separate the episodes, characters must play soccer with hand grenades, and in one scene someone backs into a giant poster for Geobreeders: The Movie. Though the series wasn't quite that successful, it did spawn the four-part Geobreeders 02 on video in 2000, reuniting the staff under new director Shin Misawa. N