Copyright: © 1993 Yukito Kishiro/Business Jump/Shueisha/KSS, Inc.; @copy 1995 A.D. Vision
Screenplay: Endo Akinori Director: Fukutomi Hiroshi Supervisor: Taro Rin Character Design: Ochi Hiroyuki Music: Wada Kaoru
Scrap Iron City: a dumping ground in many ways for the citizens of Zalem, the great floating utopia. One of Scrap Iron City's citizens is Ido Daisuke, the finest cyber-physician every produced by Zalem. During one of his frequent scavenging trips through the refuse piles below the great city of Zalem, he discovers the remains of a cyber-droid. One that was still alive...
Gally: a name given to a young female cybernaut; a name of convenience. For Gally has no knowledge of her past, only that Ido's skills has given her a new body, and a new chance at life. Gally discovers that Ido, like many citzens of the dingy city has a secret. Ido is a Hunter-Warrior, the modern-day replacement for the police. Gally discovers that she too has a secret as well; a secret that's buried deep in her past. When Ido's life is threatened by a pair of brain-sucking endorphine junkies, Gally discovers that her body automatically reacts to save her guardian. From that time forward, she decides to follow Ido's steps and become a Hunter-Warrior as well. But the recipient of her attack wants revenge, and in a most serious way. Grewcica finds someone to repair him... and his benefactor is none other than Ido's former partner from Zalem, Dr. Chiren...
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