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''Cyborg Kuro-chan'' was an anime that ran from October 2, 1999 to January 6, 2001 in Japan. There was a total of 66 episodes created, though '''"Episode 66"''' (the final episode that was produced) was never seen outside of Japan. The plot of the episode revolves around Kuro taking Princess Mimi shopping, as well as getting into a fight with Matatabi, Nana being reduced in size, and a group of aliens making an appearance.  
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''Cyborg Kuro-chan'' was an anime that ran from October 2, 1999 to January 6, 2001 in Japan. There was a total of 66 episodes created, though '''"Episode 66"''' (the final episode that was produced) was never seen outside of Japan. The plot of the episode revolves around Princess Mimi shrinking Kuro's friend Nana & holding her captive. She forces Kuro to take her shopping with her threatening to crush Nana if he disobeys. Things go well until Kuro meets his friend/rival Matatabi & the two get into a destructive battle.
  
The episode aired a few times, and no DVDs have been released of ''Cyborg Kuro-chan'', so the 66th episode had not been seen since and was practically impossible to find until April 2nd, 2016 when the Japanese anime channel AT-X aired the episode. A day later, the episode was uploaded to YouTube.  
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The episode aired on 6th January 2001 & had never been seen since. The show has never been released on DVD or Blu-ray due to licensing issues, as the producers of the show went bankrupt during its production. The companies (Studio Bogey and Public & Basic) closed in December 2000 and since 66 aired after their closure it's possible that only the Japanese distributors (Kodansha & TV Aichi) have copies of the episode. The episode was never seen again, until 2nd April, 2016 when the Japanese anime channel AT-X aired the episode. A day later, the episode was uploaded to YouTube. The upload has since been taken down.
  
On December 15, 2016, a Japanese kids-oriented YouTube channel called "キッズボンボン for Children" uploaded the entire series, including "Episode 66". The episodes were later set to private.
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On December 15, 2016, a Japanese kids-oriented YouTube channel called "キッズボンボン for Children" uploaded the entire series, including "Episode 66". The channel is linked to Kodansha who own the rights to Cyborg Kuro-chan in Japan. The uploads were a limited-time promotion & are all private now.
  
 
The "キッズボンボン for Children" episodes (as well as "66") was later mirrored to Internet Archive. "Episode 66" can be seen below.
 
The "キッズボンボン for Children" episodes (as well as "66") was later mirrored to Internet Archive. "Episode 66" can be seen below.
  
On February 17, 2018, a YouTube channel called [https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLi-xfIsBSKZyjtk03438gPQoBz7vcWRXC "MONDO WORLD ASIA / JP CN KR"] uploaded the entire series. "Episode 66" was not included in the series playlist on that channel. The episodes & playlist are incorrectly labeled as Korean dubbed episodes. The labels have since been corrected to Japanese.
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On February 17, 2018, a YouTube channel called [https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLi-xfIsBSKZyjtk03438gPQoBz7vcWRXC Mondo TV who are the show's distributors in Europe, uploaded the series to "MONDO WORLD ASIA / JP CN KR"]."Episode 66" was not included in the series playlist on that channel. The next time promo for "Episode 66" remains at the end of the 65th episode.
  
 
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Cyborg kuro-chan ep. 66 screenshot.jpg

A screenshot from the episode.

Status: Found

Date found: 02 Apr '16

Found by: ta0107 na, and キッズボンボン for Children

Cyborg Kuro-chan was an anime that ran from October 2, 1999 to January 6, 2001 in Japan. There was a total of 66 episodes created, though "Episode 66" (the final episode that was produced) was never seen outside of Japan. The plot of the episode revolves around Princess Mimi shrinking Kuro's friend Nana & holding her captive. She forces Kuro to take her shopping with her threatening to crush Nana if he disobeys. Things go well until Kuro meets his friend/rival Matatabi & the two get into a destructive battle.

The episode aired on 6th January 2001 & had never been seen since. The show has never been released on DVD or Blu-ray due to licensing issues, as the producers of the show went bankrupt during its production. The companies (Studio Bogey and Public & Basic) closed in December 2000 and since 66 aired after their closure it's possible that only the Japanese distributors (Kodansha & TV Aichi) have copies of the episode. The episode was never seen again, until 2nd April, 2016 when the Japanese anime channel AT-X aired the episode. A day later, the episode was uploaded to YouTube. The upload has since been taken down.

On December 15, 2016, a Japanese kids-oriented YouTube channel called "キッズボンボン for Children" uploaded the entire series, including "Episode 66". The channel is linked to Kodansha who own the rights to Cyborg Kuro-chan in Japan. The uploads were a limited-time promotion & are all private now.

The "キッズボンボン for Children" episodes (as well as "66") was later mirrored to Internet Archive. "Episode 66" can be seen below.

On February 17, 2018, a YouTube channel called Mondo TV who are the show's distributors in Europe, uploaded the series to "MONDO WORLD ASIA / JP CN KR"."Episode 66" was not included in the series playlist on that channel. The next time promo for "Episode 66" remains at the end of the 65th episode.

Episode[edit | edit source]

"Episode 66" of Cyborg Kuro-chan. Mirrored from キッズボンボン for Children.

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