All Girls Bravo: First Season released episodes
After a routine beating at the hands of Kirie, Yukinari falls into his bathtub and disappears. Afterwards, he meets Miharu and discovers Seiren–a world near Earth with a 90% female population and a craving for men.
Enticed by the thought of spicy curry bread, Miharu ventures outside to find Yukinari's school and buy some, instead of waiting for him to come back. Along the way, she discovers the shopping district–and bananas.
Inspired by her daily horoscope, Kazuharu's sister, Lisa, kidnaps Yukinari and tries to marry him after a chance encounter on the way to school.
Kirie's planned outing with Yukinari becomes a search for Miharu within the vast Fukuyama estate.
An amnesiac Koyomi arrives from Seiren; and after some recollection, she remembers her mission of finding Miharu and return her home.
Koyomi observes Miharu's time on Earth. Despite her decision to return to Seiren alone, Miharu joins her. After a brief Seiren stay, Maharu allows Miharu to return to Earth, along with Tomoka and Koyomi.
Koyomi is given the task of finding a husband for Maharu and struggles with her androphobia. Tomoka competitively takes on that same task.
Miharu consumes an unknown liquid in chemistry class, and inadvertently creates a swarm of Miharu clones. Local shop keepers are then left to defend themselves from the clones insatiable appetite.
Tomoka and Lisa fight over the human-form Ebi. Lisa is then reminded about her magically animate doll friend.
Girls Bravo was a...well, it was a gratuitous ecchi series with a very minor sci-fi under pinning. The story was not really interesting and the characters were collectively annoying.Throughout the entire first season it was clear the artists had an extreme breast fetish. But it was more than that. The series was laden with several subtle and not-so-subtle sexual innuendos that even made me blush (Miharu's first taste of a banana comes to mind... >.> ).Another thing that bothered me, as I stated before, was the lack of character depth and how annoying they all generally seemed to appear. Kirie was so viciously violent most of the time, it was easy to forget she had a kinder, gentler side and secret affections for Yukinari. While I couldn't really avoid Yukinari's dialog, I frequently found myself turning down the volume when characters like Tomoka and Koyomi had speaking lines.Girls Bravo wasn't without some redeeming qualities though. While characters like the Fukuyamas were pretty obnoxious, they were also pretty humorous "frienemies." You also have to keep in mind what this series seemed to be about - fan service and ecchi. And that's fine which is why it gets a grade of "fine" in my book.