Blue Drop: Tenshi tachi no gikyoku - Netflix
Mari Wakatake has been living with her Grandmother for the past 5 years after a tragedy caused the loss of her home, friends and family, as well as her memories. Fearing for her future, her Grandmother admits her into Kaihou Academy, for her to make friends, instead of home studying. Although reluctant to go, she does and meets Hagino Sekonji. At first appearance, this girl appears like a normal student but inside her lies a deep secret that relates to the tragedy of 5 years ago.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Blue Drop: Tenshi tachi no gikyoku - Yūko Gotō - Netflix
Yūko Gotō (後藤 邑子, Gotō Yūko, born August 28, 1975) is a Japanese voice actress and singer who was contracted to Production Baobab and is now signed to Axlone. In direct contrast to her cute-and-vulnerable moé typecasting, Yūko in real life is a devotee of biker culture who dresses and acts as such when not working, right down to her motorcycle. This is parodied in the 23rd episode of Lucky Star, in which she appears as a masculine Bōsōzoku-styled character of herself called Gotouza, a nickname given to her by fellow voice actor Tomokazu Sugita. In 2012, she announced that she is suffering from idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and systemic lupus erythematosus. She is currently performing voice actor activity, while frequently going to the hospital, but recovered on October 4. For adult games, she's known as Umi Yanairyū (柳井流海), Shino Kujo (九条信乃, Kujō Shino), Kikuko Mita (三田菊子, Mita Kikuko), Aoi Sakuragi (桜木あおい, Sakuragi Aoi), Sawa Ichii (市井紗和, Ichii Sawa), Sae Ichii (市井佐絵, Ichii Sae), Ran Tōno (籐野らん, Tōno Ran) and Mai Tachibana (立花舞, Tachibana Mai).
Blue Drop: Tenshi tachi no gikyoku - Theme song performance - Netflix
Fushigiboshi no Futagohime (ED1) The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (OP1/ED) Special A (OP1/ED2) Kimi ga Aruji de Shitsuji ga Ore de (ED1) Zoku Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei (ED1) Lovedol~Lovely Idol~ (OP/ED/single)
Blue Drop: Tenshi tachi no gikyoku - References - Netflix