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  "[Theme tune!] Miami Guns!"


Miami Guns is a parody cop show about... well, we're not sure, actually. All we can say for sure is that it's a 13-episode parody Anime based on a Manga by Takeaki Momose.

The story focuses on Sakurakoji Yao and Amano Lu, two cops from a relatively fictional version of Miami City, and the ragtag bunch of misfits they belong to that is the Miami Police Force. Other than that... the show's pretty random with its gags, though manages to stay funny enough to sit through.

Miami Guns provides examples of the following tropes:

  • Affectionate Parody: Cop Show tropes and cultural references.
  • Attention Whore: YAO. A good number of incidents pretty much stemmed from her tendency to grab the spotlight.
  • Battle Butler: Jii, apparently. According to Yao's flashback, he's served in the army, won Oscars, played in a band, been a Buddhist monk - with his hair and sunglasses intact, and a secret service agent. To his credit, the guy is The Ace incarnate, a ladies' man, and according to episode #9, essentially made of iron!
  • Black Comedy: The fake clip show episode (#2) plays with the tragic death of Yao's mother. Turns out she's making it up.
  • BLAM Episode
    • BLAM Series
    • Episode #2 is a faux-Clip Show presented with footage that never appeared in the series, Though it did throw in some explanations on a few characters (and Miami City's backstory... maybe).
  • Bleached Underpants: While the original Manga is (supposedly) not Hentai, it's pretty bold with its fanservice. The Anime, in comparison, is milder.
  • Butt Monkey: Yao; Nagisa
  • Camp Gay: George and Anthony, the two gag characters introduced in the girls' school episode (#3).
  • Catch Phrase:

 Chief Amano: That idiot girl! I really want to see what kind of creature has it as its child.

(cut to Mr. Sakurakoji's room)

Mr. Sakurakoji: So, you came to see what kind of creature has Yao as its child?

Chief Amano: Uh, no sir. I didn't mean it like that.



  1. Jōdan/Joke
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