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Unbreakable Machine-Doll
Unbreakable Machine-Doll Anime

The promotional poster of the Unbreakable Machine-Doll anime.

Information
Author Reiji Kaitou

Original Character Design Ruroo

Director Kinji Yoshimoto

Writer Yuuko Kakihara

Character Design Atsuko Watanabe

Music Masaru Yokoyama

Studio Lerche

Network AT-X, Tokyo MX, ytv, TVA, BS11

Genre Historical Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Action, School Life, Harem, Mystery, Drama, Comedy, Romance, Political Fiction, Horror

Original Run October 7, 2013 — December 23, 2013

Episodes 12 (List of episodes)

OVAs 6 (List of OVAs)


The Unbreakable Machine-Doll anime series is an anime adaptation from the Unbreakable Machine-Doll light novel series written by Reiji Kaitou and illustrated by Ruroo. It was produced by Lerche studio, directed by Kinji Yoshimoto and written by Yuuko Kakihara and its character design by Atsuko Watanabe and music by Masaru Yokoyama. The anime series is composed of twelve episodes and was originally aired from October 7, 2013 to December 23, 2013 on the television channels, AT-X, Tokyo MX, ytv, TVA and BS11, and on the websites, Nico Nico live, Nico Nico channel, Bandai channel and DoCoMo Anime Store, in Japan and was re-aired from May 31, 2014 to July 5, 2014 on the television network, AT-X, in Japan. It was released into six Blu-ray and DVDs, each bundled with an OVA, from December 29, 2013 to May 28, 2014.

BackgroundEdit

EpisodesEdit

The anime series has twelve episodes that follow the light novel series' first, second, and third volumes.

No. Title Release Date
1 Facing "Cannibal Candy" Ⅰ October 7, 2013
Raishin Akabane, a puppeteer from Japan, together with his automaton, Yaya, travelled to Liverpool in United Kingdom and entered the Royal Academy of Machinart to join the Night Party. After failing to qualify into the Night Party through the Academy's transfer admission test, he then finds another way to; by defeating a qualifier of the Night Party. Raishin targets Charlotte Belew but their uncommenced battle gets interrupted. Later, he then tries to befriend her, leading for him to abruptly encounter the object of his revenge; Magnus.― All as an elusive assailant continues its furore in the Academy.
2 Facing "Cannibal Candy" Ⅱ October 14, 2013
After Raishin Akabane's brief encounter with Magnus, he is later offered by the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee, Felix Kingsfort, a chance to qualify into the Night Party though in exchange for his assistance in hunting and defeating the elusive assailant; Cannibal Candy. Due to this, Charlotte Belew asks Raishin on a date as a feign to make him help her search for Cannibal Candy, but Raishin instead took her on a proper date out into the city to clear his suspicion of her possibly being Cannibal Candy. After, as he and Charlotte then walked back to the Academy, they suddenly notice a commotion happening inside it.
3 Facing "Cannibal Candy" Ⅲ October 21, 2013
4 Facing "Cannibal Candy" Ⅳ October 28, 2013
5 Facing "Sword Angel" Ⅰ November 4, 2013
6 Facing "Sword Angel" Ⅱ November 11, 2013
7 Facing "Sword Angel" Ⅲ November 18, 2013
8 Facing "Sword Angel" Ⅳ November 25, 2013
9 Facing "Elf Speeder" Ⅰ December 2, 2013
10 Facing "Elf Speeder" Ⅱ December 9, 2013
11 Facing "Elf Speeder" Ⅲ December 16, 2013
12 Facing "Elf Speeder" Ⅳ December 23, 2013

OVAsEdit

The anime series has six OVAs that follow the light novel series' first, second, third, fourth and fifth short stories.

No. Title Release Date
~And the Two of Them Head to School~

(~そして二人は学び舎へ~ ~Soshite Futari wa Manabiya e~?)

December 25, 2013
~Irori: A Mistake in the Outdoor Bath~

(~いろり、露天風呂で粗相する~ ~Irori, Rotemburo de Sosō suru~?)

January 29, 2014
~Charl and Frey: The Horrifying Bathroom~

(~シャルとフレイ、戦慄のバスルーム~ ~Sharu to Furei, Senritsu no Basurūmu~?)

February 26, 2014
~Nadeshiko Akabane: A Midsummer Night's Dream~

(~赤羽 撫子、夏の夜の夢~ ~Akabane Nadeshiko, Natsu no Yoru no Yume~?)

March 26, 2014
Personal Tutorial ~In the Doctor's Office with Two Beautiful Women~

(個人授業~医務室で美女ふたりと~ Kojin Jugyō ~Imushitsu de Bijo Futari to~?)

April 25, 2014
~Beautiful Girls' Gathering! A Swimsuitful Great Mayhem~

(~美少女集合!水着だらけの大騒動~ ~Bishōjo Shūgō! Mizugi-darake no Ōsōdō~?)

May 28, 2014

MusicEdit

The anime series' music is composed of its opening theme song, Anicca, which was sung by Hitomi Harada, its ending theme song, Maware! Setsugetsuka, which was sung by Utagumi Setsugetsuka, and its fifty complete soundtracks.

Supplementary MediaEdit

The anime series' supplementary media is composed of two Radio CDs, its first volume released on January 29, 2013, around eight months before the airing of the anime series, and its second volume released on March 26, 2014, around three months after the airing of the anime series, the single, Anicca, released on November 06, 2013, during the airing of the anime series, the single, Maware! Setsugetsuka, released on November 27, 2013, during the airing of the anime series, the game, Facing "Burnt Red", released on December 6, 2013, during the airing of the anime series, a Special Song CD released bundled with the first volume of the anime series' Blu-ray and DVD on December 25, 2013, during the airing of the anime series, and two complete soundtrack CDs, its first volume released bundled with the second volume of the anime series' Blu-ray and DVD on January 29, 2014, around one month after the airing of the anime series, and its second volume released bundled with the third volume of the anime series' Blu-ray and DVD on February 26, 2014, around two months after the airing of the anime series.

StaffEdit

Character VoiceEdit

Raishin Akabane ((あかばね) (らいしん) Akabane Raishin?) Hiro Shimono (下野(しもの) (ひろ) Shimono Hiro?)
Yaya (() Yaya?) Hitomi Harada (原田(はらだ) ひとみ Harada Hitomi?)
Charlotte Belew (シャルロット・ブリュー Sharurotto Buryū?)
Ravena (ラヴェンナ Ravenna?)
Megumi Takamoto (高本(たかもと) めぐみ Takamoto Megumi?)
Sigmund (シグムント Shigumunto?) Jouji Nakata (中田(なかた) 譲治(じょうじ) Nakata Jōji?)
Frey (フレイ Furei?) Kana Asumi (阿澄(あすみ) 佳奈(かな) Asumi Kana?)
Loki (ロキ Roki?) Nobuhiko Okamoto (岡本(おかもと) 信彦(のぶひこ) Okamoto Nobuhiko?)
Shouko Karyuusai ((りゅうさい) (しょう) Karyūsai Shōko?) Yukana (ゆかな Yukana?)
Irori (いろり Irori?) Ai Kayano (茅野(かやの) 愛衣(あい) Kayano Ai?)
Komurasaki ((むらさき) Komurasaki?) Yui Ogura (小倉(おぐら) (ゆい) Ogura Yui?)
Kimberly (キンバリー Kinbarī?) Shizuka Itou (伊藤(いとう) (しずか) Itō Shizuka?)
Magnus (偉大なる者(マグナス) Idainaru Mono (Magunasu)?, lit. "lit. "Great Person"")
Tenzen Akabane ((あかばね) (てんぜん) Akabane Tenzen?)
Yuuki Ono (小野(おの) 友樹(ゆうき) Ono Yūki?)
Hotaru ((たる) Hotaru?)
Nadeshiko Akabane ((あかばね) (なでしこ) Akabane Nadeshiko?)
Kana Hanazawa (花澤(はなざわ) 香菜(かな) Hanazawa Kana?)
Edward Rutherford (エドワード・ラザフォード Edowādo Razafōdo?) Atsushi Ono ((おの) アツシ Ono Atsushi?)
Cruel (クルーエル Kurūeru?) Junichi Suwabe (諏訪部(すわべ) 順一(じゅんいち) Suwabe Junichi?)
Alice Bernstein (アリス・バーンスタイン Arisu Bānsutain?)
Cedric Granville (セドリック・グランビル Sedorikku Guranbiru?)
Risa Taneda (種田(たねだ) 梨沙(りさ) Taneda Risa?)
Shin (シン Shin?) Takahiro Sakurai (櫻井(さくらい) 孝宏(たかひろ) Sakurai Takahiro?)
Henriette Belew (アンリエット・ブリュー Anrietto Buryū?) Asuka Nishi (西(にし) 明日香(あすか) Nishi Asuka?)
Felix Kingsfort (フェリクス・キングスフォート Ferikusu Kingusufōto?) Yuuki Kaji ((かじ) 裕貴(ゆうき) Kaji Yūki?)
Lisette Norden (リゼット・ノルデン Rizetto Noruden?)
Eliza (エリザ Eriza?)
Mamiko Noto (能登(のと) 麻美子(まみこ) Noto Mamiko?)
Bronson (ブロンソン Buronson?) Ken Narita (成田(なりた) (けん) Narita Ken?)
Yomi (ヨミ Yomi?) Miyuki Ichijou (一城(いちじょう) みゆ() Ichijō Miyuki?)
Avril (アヴリル Avuriru?) Ayako Kawasumi (川澄(かわすみ) 綾子(あやこ) Kawasumi Ayako?)
Turtledove (山鳩(やまばと) Yamabato?) Takahiro Fujiwara (藤原(ふじわら) 貴弘(たかひろ) Fujiwara Takahiro?)
Crow ((からす) Karasu?) Taishi Murata (村田(むらた) 太志(たいし) Murata Taishi?)
Elder Sister ( Ane?)

ProductionEdit

Director Kinji Yoshimoto
Music Masaru Yokoyama

Broadcasting StationEdit

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Localised ReleasesEdit

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Promotional PostersEdit

Title CardsEdit

LogosEdit

Video GalleryEdit

Promotional VideoEdit

JapaneseEdit

EnglishEdit

Commercial MessageEdit

TriviaEdit

  • In the anime series' first promotional video, Magnus' eyes were mistakenly coloured blue. Cogwheel III (ver.2)
  • In the anime series' second promotional video's all versions and its promotional video's Charlotte version, Magnus' cloak was mistakenly made to be worn by the Academy's students as their formal cloak during the ceremony of Raishin's entry into the Gauntlets. Cogwheel III (ver.2)
  • The anime series' ending theme song's video features its song, Maware! Setsugetsuka's, lyrics throughout it.
  • In the anime series' localised release in English, FUNimation had the characters that are British or seemed to be British dubbed by its respective voice actors with a British accent.

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