Rizelmine (りぜるまいん, Rizerumain) is a manga series written
and illustrated by Yukiru Sugisaki. The manga was originally
serialized for six chapters in the
Kadokawa Shoten magazine Ace Next
from November 2001 to April 2002 with a single tankōbon collection
released on March 22, 2002. The manga was translated into English and
published in the
North America by
Tokyopop on August 9, 2005. An anime
adaptation co-produced by m.o.e, Imagin, and Madhouse aired on Japan's
Kids Station in 2002, but has not been licensed in English. Rizelmine
was split into two seasons, both containing 12 episodes each. The
first season aired April 2, 2002 through June 18, 2002. The second
Rizelmine II, aired October 5, 2002 through December
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The storyline of
Rizelmine centers on Tomonori Iwaki, a 15-year-old
student who likes older women, including high school girls, college
girls, and even female instructors. Having just discovered that
his teacher (upon whom he has nursed a massive crush) is engaged to be
married, he comes home to find, much to his dismay, that he has been
forced by "Power Of The State" to marry a 12-year-old girl named
Rizel, who is the government's first creation in its experiments to
genetically engineer a human. Whatever resistance Iwaki's
parents might put forth is immediately dissolved by promises of free
HVAC, promotion, and government paid home loans, all instituted by
"Power Of The State". Despite Tomonori's protests, Rizel and her three
secret service guardians known only as Papa A, Papa B, and Papa C move
briskly into Tomonori's house, and the stage is set.
Rizel's tears contain the same make up as nitroglycerin and as such
are explosives which creates a need for constant repair in their
house. A running gag is that at the end of each episode,
Tomonori calls Rizel an idiot, causing her to cry and thus cause an
explosion. Rizel, with the help of her Papas, tries as hard as she can
to win Tomonori's love. However, Tomonori is still in love with his
teacher. Other characters creating an ever-tangled love web are
Ryunosuke Hououin, who is in love with Rizel, and Kyoko Yachigusa, who
is in love with Tomonori. Both try their best to prevent Rizel and
Tomonori from getting close to each other. Later on Tomonori finds out
that Rizel is the older woman he fell in love with when he was young
but she was unable to grow after they met because she fell for him
too, and she needed more than just the love from her "papas". When he
learns this, Tomonori realizes that Rizel is his older woman.
Tomonori Iwaki (岩城 友紀, Iwaki Tomonori)
Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi
Tomonori is a normal 15 year old boy in his third year of junior
high-school with a thing for older women. The reason is when he is a
child, he tried to save Rizel when she was about to be hit by a truck
and when he wakes up Rizel is hugging him. He has a long standing
crush on his homeroom teacher, Natsumi Ibata. He was forcibly married
to Rizel by the government. When Rizel starts appearing at school and
claiming to be his wife, his friends are jealous of such a girl being
ensnared by Iwaki already and start calling him a pervert. Despite
his rather brash nature, he has a tendency towards chivalrous acts.
This is shown when he saved Rizel from a car and Kyouko from her out
of control bike.
Rizel Iwaki (岩城 りぜる, Iwaki Rizeru)
Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya
Rizel was developed as a secret government project. She has stopped
growing so she has the body of a 12 year old and has a happy-go-lucky
personality. She started living with Tomonori but is subject to his
constant abuse, always resulting in her nitroglycerin tears blowing up
yet another part of his house. She is considered cute and friendly by
many of her classmates. She chose Iwaki as her husband and needs his
love to be able to continue her growth. She is often chased by Hououin
Ryunosuke, for her innocence and her cute bear panties.
Kyouko Yachigusa (八千草 響子, Yachigusa Kyōko)
Voiced by: Rie Tanaka
Kyouko is two years older than Iwaki and has a crush on him. She is
the daughter of Papa C. Iwaki saved her when her bicycle brakes
stopped working two years ago and she has liked him ever since. She is
seemingly very shy and so has taken her two years to confess her love
to Iwaki. In fact, she has a highly volatile, dominative personality,
so much that she has to oppress it by wearing special glasses. When
she finally gives up on Iwaki, she and Ryuunosuke become a couple in
the end of the anime.
Ryuunosuke Hououin (鳳凰院 龍之介, Hōōin Ryūnosuke)
Voiced by: Chihiro Suzuki
Hououin is in the same year as Iwaki and fell in love with Rizel at
first sight. He used her as a model to update his figure which he
calls "the twelve year old". He is very wealthy and has a personal
ninja who acts as his assistant whenever he executes his plans to win
Rizel's heart. His other hobbies include collecting bear panties,
which he calls a symbol of the purity and innocence of a
twelve-year-old girl. Towards the end of the second season he and
Kyouko become a couple.
Voiced by: Hajime Iijima, Toshitaka Shimizu, and Takashi Matsuyama
The Papas are a group of three old men who are the guardians of
Rizel. Their names are never revealed, but they are called Papa A,
Papa B and Papa C. Papa C has a tendency to cross-dress.
Three women whose real names, like the Papas, are never revealed. They
are called Mama A, Mama B, and Mama C. While the Papas are taking care
of Rizel, the Mamas are in the lab monitoring her emotions. It is
revealed in the end that mama A is the daughter of papa A.
Aoi Seimoto (聖本 あおい, Seimoto Aoi)
Voiced by: Masumi Asano
Aoi is Tomonori's childhood friend and Rizel's best friend. She's
the president of the class and has a crush on Ryunosuke. She's
generally mature for her age, though she often teases Tomonori about
his crush on the teacher and often helps Rizel win his heart. Towards
the end of the anime, Aoi gives up on liking Ryunosuke and instead
develops feelings for a stray dog.
Voiced by: Yūko Nagashima
The teacher of the class 3-B and the object of Tomonori's affections.
Unfortunately for him, she became engaged. Eventually, she has some
sort of fight with her fiancé, so she doesn't come to school.
Tomonori goes to her house, at one point leaving her flowers. He takes
her to his special spot beside the sea where he goes to think about
things and he ends up comforting her and convincing her to go through
with the marriage, contrary to his plans. Rizel catches the bouquet at
Rizelmine manga was originally serialized in the Kadokawa Shoten
magazine Monthly Ace Next beginning in its November 2001 issue and
ending in its April 2002 issue. All six chapters were compiled
into a single tankōbon collection released on March 22, 2002. The
manga was translated into English and published in the North America
Tokyopop on August 9, 2005.
Tokyopop advertised the manga's
cover with "From the creator of D.N.Angel!".
Rizelmine anime adaptation was co-produced by the studios m.o.e,
Imagin, and Madhouse. It was broadcast on Japan's
Kids Station in two
separate seasons, both containing 12 episodes with 15-minute runtimes
each. The first season aired April 2, 2002 through June 18,
2002. The second season, titled
Rizelmine II, aired October 5, 2002
through December 21, 2002 as part of the channel's
Anime Complex Night
Pony Canyon released a series of eight DVDs
containing three episodes apiece. The two seasons were released in
box sets on September 15, 2010. Streamed episodes were also
made available on m.o.e.'s official website for the show. No
English version of the anime has been official released. However, the
anime streaming website
Crunchyroll has previously hosted fansubtitled
episodes of the series.
"Suddenly! Young Wife!?"
"Totsuzen! You Na Tsuma!?" (突然! 幼な妻!?)
April 2, 2002
"Monopoly! Adult's Time!?"
"Dokusen! Otona No Jikan!?" (独占! 大人の時間!?)
April 9, 2002
"Go for it! Two People in a Futon!?"
"Mezase! 2 Nin Deofuton In!?" (めざせ!
April 16, 2002
"Bold! Embraced and Happy?"
"Daitan! Daka Rete Happī!?" (大胆!
April 23, 2002
"Yes We Did It! Together, We Came!?"
"Yattane! Isshoni Itsu Chatta!?" (やったね!
April 30, 2002
"SOS! Dangerous After School!?"
"S.O.S! Abunai Houkago!?" (S・O・S! あぶない放課後!?)
May 7, 2002
"Rival? Big Breasted High School Girl!"
"Raibaru? Chichideka Joshikousei!" (ライバル?
May 14, 2002
"By Force!? Five Seconds Before Uniting!"
"Chikara Zuku!? Gattai Go Byou Mae!" (チカラずく!?
May 21, 2002
"First Experience!? I Held Him!"
"Shotaiken!? Atashiga Dai Chatta!" (初体験!?
May 28, 2002
"Love Letter Panic! A Dilemma Of Love!?"
"Raburetāpanikku! Koi No Ita Hasami!?" (ラブレターパニック!
June 4, 2002
"It's Summer! It's The Beach! Aim For It, The Legendary Kiss!?"
"Natsu Da! Umi Da! Mezase Densetsu No Kisu!?" (夏だ! 海だ!
June 11, 2002
"The Door To Adulthood! First Time Reaching C!?"
"Otona Heno Tobira! Hajimete No C!?" (オトナへの扉!
June 18, 2002
"Hafuun Big Transformation by Adult Goods!?"
"Hafūn ♥ Adarutoguzzu De Taihen Mi!?" (はふーん♥
October 5, 2002
"I'll Put My Life On The Line! Uffun First Date"
"Hi Kakemasu! Uffun Hatsu Dēto♥" (命かけます!
October 12, 2002
"Don't Die Danna-sama! Serious Power Dash!"
"Shina Naide Danna Sama! Honki Pawā Nodasshu!"
October 19, 2002
"School Trip to the West... Suddenly a Double Date?!"
"Shuugakuryokou, Nishi He... Miwaku No W Dēto!?"
October 26, 2002
"School Trip to the West... A Double Charming Adultery?!"
"huugakuryokou, Nishi He... Miwaku No W Furin!?"
November 2, 2002
"School Trip to the West... A Charming Battle Swapping?"
"Shuugakuryokou, Nishi He... Miwaku No Batorusuwappingu!?"
November 9, 2002
"Adult's C, What Happened To The Baby Wife?"
"Otona No C♥ You Na Tsuma Ni Nani Ga Oko Taka!?" (オトナのC♥
November 16, 2002
"Young Skins Touching!? Our First First Night!"
"Fureau Yawahada!? Hafuhafuhatsu Hatsu Yoru!" (ふれあう柔肌!?
November 23, 2002
"As Passion Takes Us!! Love Is Everything!"
"Yokubou No Omomuku Mamani!! Ai Kososubete!"
November 30, 2002
"A Change In Attitude!! You Do It And It's All Over!?"
"Taido Hyouhen!! Yacchattarasoremadeyo!?" (態度豹変!!
December 7, 2002
"A Touch-And-Go Situation!! Hafun Bishōjo's Melee"
"Isshokusokuhatsu!! Hafu~n Bishoujo Dai Ransen♥" (一触即発!!
December 14, 2002
"Do It For The First Time Let's Start!"
"Hajime ♥♥♥ Masho!" (はじめ♥♥♥ましょ!)
December 21, 2002
The opening theme, "Hajimete Shimasho" (はじめて♡しましょ,
lit. "Let's do it for the First Time"), and the closing themes, "Honki
Pawaa no Dasshu!" (ほんきパワーのだっしゅ!, lit. "Serious
Power Dash!") and "Danna Samahe" (ダンナさまへ♡, lit. "To My
Husband"), were all performed by Rie Kugimiya. A CD single featuring
the opening and the first ending was released by
Pony Canyon on April
Rizelmine was ranked number 87 on a list of comic sales estimates by
Diamond Comic Distributors, selling around 1,165 copies in the United
States in July 2005. The manga was nominated for "Best One-Shot"
of 2005 by the readers of AnimeOnDVD.com. Critical reviews for
Rizelmine have been very mixed. Eduardo M. Chavez of Mania.com gave a
somewhat positive review of the manga. He opined that Sugisaki's art
style and character designs in
Rizelmine have evolved since her
earliest work, such as The Candidate for Goddess. However, he felt she
still has difficulty setting up action scenes, with panels that are
"far too active" with "characters and SFX jumping in and out" despite
the story already being so highly paced. The reviewer compared the
relationship of the two protagonists to that of Urusei Yatsura, an
older motif that he felt Sugisaki made very derivative. Chavez
Rizelmine "does have enough of its own style for it to
stand on its own", with half of the chapters consisting of filler,
bookended by the opening with character introductions and the ending
with some background information. Craig Johnson of
highly recommended Rizelmine, finding it to be largely entertaining
and funny, and desiring more than just one volume.
According to Japanese television ratings information,
the eighth most viewed show for the month of May 2002. Like the
manga version, the anime adaptation has received mixed reviews. ANN's
Allen Divers appreciated
Rizelmine for its animation quality and
humor, confessing it to be "an easygoing fun little romp" despite its
lack of advancing narrative and its similarity to Urusei
Yatsura. Carlos Ross of THEM
Anime Reviews lambastes nearly
every aspect of the television series aside from its animation. Ross
was disturbed by the fanservice and even took offense to its slapstick
approach to domestic abuse. John Oppliger, a writer for
Rizelmine to be "too cute to appeal to mainstream
consumers, and too cliché and sappy to attract a significant audience
of hardcore American anime fans".
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^ a b c Clements, Jonathan; McCarthy, Helen (2006). The Anime
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