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  • May 1, 2010
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A former combat android befriends her new master as his maid. It's anime, of course I'm not joking.
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review by . May 01, 2010
posted in ASIANatomy
Androids, drama and boob jokes - This show has EVERYTHING!
How can anime get away with such strange ideas?  If I told you a live action show was a lighthearted romp with scantilly clad women, aliens and robots, comedy and then followed it up at the end with a dramatic turn every time, you might not believe me or call me a liar.  Farscape kinda skirted this line here and there but from our neighbors to the East, a little show came called Mahoromatic, and it may not be a revolutionary piece, it's definetely a different show that balances out …
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Once, Mahoro was an android killing machine that no one could escape on the battlefield. Now, she is the perfect picture of domesticity, working as a maid for the son of her late commander. Racked with guilt for what she did in her former life, Mahoro hopes to redeem herself through selfless service. Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden derives many of its frequent comedic moments from Mahoro's total aversion to all things sexual while moments of ecchi and fanservice continue at a constant pace. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide
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