Air Master (2003–2004)

Go! Black Alliance of Justice and Sincerity 

A group of high school students in their school uniforms came to Tokyo on a field trip. They call themselves the "Black Alliance of Justice and Sincerity". While the Black Alliance enjoy ... See full summary »

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Mushi Kôhei, Yokusaru Shibata (manga) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Masumi Asano ... Michiru Kawamoto (voice)
Linda Ballantyne ... (voice)
Drew Coombs Drew Coombs ... (voice)
Carlos Diaz ... (voice)
Mika Doi ... Kaori Sakiyama (voice)
Deborah Drakeford Deborah Drakeford ... (voice)
Richie Favalaro Richie Favalaro ... (voice)
Katie Griffin ... (voice)
Tim Hamaguchi ... (voice)
Bill Houston Bill Houston ... (voice)
Tomoko Kaneda ... Renge Inui (voice)
Bryn McAuley ... (voice)
Yukana Nogami Yukana Nogami ... Mina Nakanotani (voice)
Romi Pak ... Maki Aikawa (voice)
Damon Papadopoulos Damon Papadopoulos ... (voice)
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A group of high school students in their school uniforms came to Tokyo on a field trip. They call themselves the "Black Alliance of Justice and Sincerity". While the Black Alliance enjoy fighting, they also have aspiration of becoming Japan's number one fighting group. Immediately, they begin to challenge the students of the Tokyo area. To their surprise, the Tokyo students present little challenge and are defeated quite easily. Quickly gaining confidence, the Black Alliance begin to say that the people of Tokyo are weak. However, while still in Tokyo, the members of the Black Alliance noticed Mina Nakanotani, who is famous throughout Japan for having such a well-endowed figure. The members of Black Alliance are overjoyed and immediately start to dance wildly when seeing Mina in real life. Rudely, they push Mina's companion , Maki, out of the way for an opportunity to have a picture taken with her. At the end of the photo shoot, the Black Alliances suddenly abduct Mina and run away ... Written by Anonymous

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TV-14
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27 May 2003 (Japan) See more »

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