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Metaseries and spin-off of a popular Japanese drama series, focusing on rabbit-themed superheroines.
Getsumen to Heiki Mina is a spin-off of the popular drama miniseries, Densha Otoko. Getsumen was originally not an independent series, but a show within a show, a fictitious anime franchise that some of the Densha Otoko characters were fans of. Clips and merchandise were produced to give Getsumen authenticity, and these caught on with audiences in Japan, inspiring an actual anime and manga series to be made.
However, the story and premise of the Getsumen to Heiki Mina within Densha Otoko is different from the story and premise of the break-out show.
In the original metaseries, the show's protagonist, Tsukichiro Mina is an android create to fight as part of the "Mina Corps" against a mysterious organisation that is opposed to humanity's attempts to colonise the moon.
In the anime spin-off, Tsukichiro Mina is a flesh-and-blood girl, and part of the Rabbit Force, a team of superheroes dedicated to protecting the Earth's sporting events from alien interference.
When Earth first made contact with alien cultures and became part of the intergalactic community, the planet found that its sports culture was unique within the universe. It quickly became very popular with others worlds, but this also led to overzealous alien fans(particularly a race of sentient space-rabbits) getting carried away as they try to become involved in the sports culture that they love, and disrupting sporting events.
It's the responsibility of Tsukichiro and the rest of the rabbit force to end these disruptions as they occur. Meanwhile, Tsukichiro also struggles to balance her responsibilities as a high school student and sports anchor with her duties as part of the Rabbit Force.