Sergeant Kuroi Maya arrives at the Violent Crimes Investigation Section of Kawasaki Aozora Police Precinct's Criminal Affairs Division. Soon after she takes up her new post, she digs up and exposes the past of a criminal who has besieged a building and taken hostages and solves the case in the blink of an eye. Maya is a beautiful yet sadistic detective who excels at checking out information on others and using it as a weapon to corner the enemy.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Sukeban Deka (スケバン刑事, translated Delinquent Girl Detective) is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Shinji Wada and serialized on Hana to Yume. Sukeban Deka has been adapted into three live-action television series, an original video animation series and three feature films, the latest of which was released in 2006 as Yo-Yo Girl Cop.
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Three feature films have been made. Sukeban Deka The Movie was released in 1987 during the emission of Sukeban Deka III. Although it featured characters from both the second and third seasons, starring Yoko Minamino and Yui Asaka, the movie was more a sequel to Sukeban Deka II. Sukeban Deka the Movie 2: Counter-Attack from the Kazama Sisters (1988). The movie starred Yui Asaka and served as the third series's finale. Sukeban Deka III: Asamiya Saki, was released in 2006. It was directed by Kenta Fukasaku and starred Aya Matsuura as the new Saki. Her fellow Hello! Project members Rika Ishikawa, Erika Miyoshi and Yui Okada from Biyuden, and Masae Ootani from Melon Kinenbi also starred in the movie. Hiroyuki Nagato and Yuki Saito from the original Sukeban Deka TV series made special appearances, implying she was the original Saki Asamiya. Out of all three movies, this title is most known and is more accessible, due to it being released on DVD in the U.S. by Magnolia, and in the UK by 4Digital Asia. For its American and UK distribution, the movie was retitled, Yo-Yo Girl Cop.
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