Complier, a weak effort from the fertile and prolific mind of Kia Asamiya, tells the tale of two female "programs" that have crossed over from world of electrons to become luscious babes in our world - sort of a "Tron" in reverse. After discovering the pleasure of connecting male and female hardware, they decide to remain in the physical world and the rulers of the software world send bungling assassin after assassin to erased the wayward programs.
The animation is fair and there are a few funny moments but more often than not, one is left with the feeling that watching Compiler is just as much fun as watching the cursor spin on your computer.
Volume 1: "Volume 1" Plot Summary:
Toshi and Nachi are the somewhat unwilling hosts to Assembler and Complier, two ladies from the 2-D Program Universe. Now that they have successfully crossed over into our world, they have decided to enjoy all of the pleasures available, Toshi and Nachi included.
But, their freedom has not gone unnoticed and two assassin programs have been sent to terminate the wayward ladies. Leaving swath of destruction behind them, the programs battle and titillate their way through Osaka in the first episode.
In the second episode, Nachi reveals himself to be the world's greatest lounge lizard as he hits on everything in a skirt despite the presence of the lovely and buxom Complier. Will he change his womanizing ways or will he soon be called "papa" by one of his latest conquests?
Genre: Adult Content
Languages: English or Japanese (with subtitles)
Video: 4:3 NTSC Standard Aspect Ratio
Audio: Dolby Digital
American Release Status: Unavailable
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Creator: Kia Asamiya
Director: Takao Kato
Character Designer: Yuji Moriyama
Music: Toshiyuki Omori
Animation Director: Unavailable
Animation Studio: Animate Films
American Producers: ADV Films
Volume 1 Information
Title: Volume 1
Running Time: 60
Number of Episodes On This Volume: 2
1: Alternating Current
2: Polarity Reversal
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