A mediocre outing from the prolific U-Jin, Visionary has little of interest in it. The animation is middling and the characters are not that original. Toss in annoying background music and plots that makes absolutely no sense and you have Visionary.
Volume 1: "Volume 1" Plot Summary:
Ujita is a student who is playing around on his home computer when a young woman emerges from the screen. Her name is Doreimon, and she is an android from the future (an obvious play on the beloved Japanese children's character Doraemon). She promises to grant Ujita's wishes as long as he does not touch her and follows her instructions. Ujita manages to go 1 for 2, as he does refrain from touching her but never listens to the instructions that come with his wishes.
With this being a U-Jin production, the wishes revolve around getting the girl and going all the way. But, Ujita's plans are complicated by a bully named Daimajin. In the first story, SM Snake, Ujita transforms into a "baby squirrel" (though it looks more like a chipmunk) to sneak into the home of his love interest, Reiko. The second story, Miracle Alien, deals with the results after Ujita wishes for "greater manhood."
Genre: Adult Content
Languages: Japanese (with subtitles) Only
Video: 4:3 NTSC Standard Aspect Ratio
Audio: Dolby Digital
American Release Status: Unavailable
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Director: Teruo Kogure & Ichizo Kobayashi
Character Designer: Uncredited
Music: Hideyuki Tanka
Animation Director: Ichizo Kobayashi
Animation Studio: Knack
Shiuberu Publishing Co.
American Producers: Anime 18
Volume 1 Information
Title: Volume 1
Running Time: 40
Number of Episodes On This Volume: 2
1: SM Snake
2: Miracle Alien
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