Several centuries in the future most of Humankind lives in giant space habitats in orbit around the inner Solar System. Rich seventeen year old Akiha Shishido is suddenly informed by her oldest sister Kazane that Akiha must prepare to be married soon.

Akiha is not pleased with this upcoming limitation on her freedom so she takes along a household mini-robot-girl named Imoko and makes a run for it into Space, which is fairly crowded with habitats and lots and lots of junk.

But as the two are working their way through a large junk field they are surprised by the sudden appearance of a large space habitat into which they crash.

The mysterious space habitat appears to be empty, but Akiha and Imoko soon find that it is being controlled by a petulant and vain male AI who is called Leopard. Leopard doesn’t look humanoid, but he acts the part of a “dumb male” quite well and soon has the habitat, along with Akiha and Imoko, on a path to either burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere or crash into little bits.

Itsuki Kannagi, an Interplanetary Police officer gets on board the habitat, and along with Akiha who finds a mecha suit, succeeds in stopping the burning crash. But just as things seem to be settling down, Hanoko Kawai crawls out of a cardboard box and proceeds to take a shot at Leopard’s head.

Main Characters

Akiha Shishido is the third child of the Shishido family. After trying to run when her older sister Kazane arranges for her to be married, she accidentally meets Leopard. Akiha lacks ambition. She pilots the QT-Arms known as Starsylph, an old model from the war era.

Itsuki Kannagi is a woman in the service of the ICP, the known police force. She dislikes making mistakes. She enrolls in the Surre Academy under the assumed name of Mutsumi Shimoyama to spy on Akiha, but she lacks proper social skills and causes a few awkward misunderstandings. In the past, her parents disappeared because of a mysterious colony. She pilots the Arc-II-J1, an experimental model of QT-Arms developed by the ICP.

Honoka Kawai is a quiet girl connected to the brain-colony. After Akiha’s encounter with Leopard, Honoka enrolls in the Surre Academy to stay close to her. She refers to Akiha as “The Girl Who Leapt Through Space”. Honoka appears to have telekinetic powers, and her eyes glow red whenever she uses them. These powers appear to be a result of her nature as an Ex-QT. She pilots the QT-Arms Wygar, another old model from the war era.

Leopard is a brain-colony who forces Akiha to perform tasks for him. He has an eccentric personality and fancies himself as a tea meister. More at: Wiki Thanks to: D. Baranyi

Sora o Kakeru Shoujo (宇宙をかける少女), also known as Sora Kake Girl, is a Japanese animated television series, created and produced by Sunrise. Based on the original concept by the Sunrise animation staff, the series is directed by Masakazu Obara and written by Jukki Hanada, overseeing a team of animators noted for their previous work on My-HiME and My-Otome. The anime began airing in Japan on the TV Tokyo television network on January 6, 2009

A manga adaptation entitled Sora Kake Girl R (宇宙をかける少女R) written by Kunihiko Okada and illustrated by Kabocha began serialization in the March 2009 issue of Ichijinsha’s shounen manga magazine Comic Rex.

Title: Sora o Kakeru Shoujo (2009)
Kanji: 宇宙をかける少女 (2009)
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Opening Theme: “Rara Eve Shinseiki” by ALI PROJECT; “Miracle Fly” by Minami Kuribayashi
Ending Theme: “Sora wa Shoujo no Tomodachisa” by Mako, Aya Endo, and Yui Makino; “espacio” by Ceui

Sora o Kakeru Shoujo OP ~ “Rara Eve Shinseiki”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89z62-RgUMo

Sora o Kakeru Shoujo ED2 ~ “espacio”

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  • Arachnaboy says:

    I can’t stand watching this show because of those little yellow robot things. They disgust me, but I’m not sure why.

  • ware4me says:

    Maybe because they are meant to be annoying? 😆

  • stukasa says:

    I wasn’t very interested when I first heard of this show but I think I might give it a shot (IF I can find the time to watch it, that is!).

    And those little yellow robots looks cute in the pictures, maybe they’re more annoying in the actual show? o.o;

  • ware4me says:

    Yeah… we might need to watch a couple of episodes 😛

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