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Angelic Layer

Season 1 Episode 14

I won't give up! And an Angel was born.

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jul 01, 2001 on TV Tokyo
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I won't give up! And an Angel was born.
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Shuko shares the story of how her illness meant having to exit out of Misaki's life and go to Tokyo for "work" when it turns out she got involved with Icchan's research and played a critical part in the development of Angelic Layer. Meanwhile, Misaki struggles to find a way to have Hikaru survive through Blanche’s hyper-mode, which is fueled by Kaede’s desire to win at all costs. Misaki will have to find her own motivation to keep up.moreless

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    Mariela Ortiz

    Mariela Ortiz

    Additional Voices

    Guest Star

    John Swasey

    John Swasey

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    Chris Williams (V)

    Chris Williams (V)

    Additional Voices

    Guest Star

    Kelly Manison

    Kelly Manison

    Shoko Asami

    Recurring Role

    Kotono Mitsuishi

    Kotono Mitsuishi

    Shoko Asami

    Recurring Role

    Tiffany Terrell

    Tiffany Terrell

    Kaede Saito

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      • Additional English Cast
        Nicholas Petcosky, Trudy Haley

      • The background story for Shuko differs from the manga, where Misaki's mom can walk but has a great fear of being around people she loves, like her own family. This is doubly embarrassing when she had spent all her time playing Angelic Layer in Tokyo even though her skills and abilities kept her supported. The manga also doesn't have Shuko's deep involvement in the Angelic Layer research.

        Also in the manga there are a lot more "the apple does not fall far from the tree" remarks relating Misaki and her mom.

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