GALAXY ANGEL is a bishojo sci-fi/comedy anime, manga, and dating sim series by BROCCOLI BOOKS and Kanon. It was created in July 2000, when Broccoli launched the multi-platformed project called Project G.A. The anime and Galaxy Angel Party manga comprise a comedy story in an alternate universe, while the games and the regular manga have a serious and involved romance/action plot. A sequel to the game trilogy was released in June 2006, entitled "Galaxy Angel II: Zettai Ryouiki no Tobira", and stars an entirely new cast, the "Rune Angel Troupe", and a new feature that combines the new Brave Heart frame with any of the Angels. Each of the Rune Angels has a connection to one of the Galaxy Angels, such as Apricot Sakuraba, the younger sister of Milefeulle Sakuraba. Just like the original Galaxy Angel, the Galaxy Angel II series will have multiple games and already has a manga adaptation and comedic anime spinoff, both of which are currently running. The next Galaxy Angel II game is slated to be called Galaxy Angel II Mugen Kairou no Kagi.
In Japan, the series became so popular that a musical based on the series was made. Entitled "GALAXY ANGEL ~The Musical~", it debuted in December 2005, and featured cast members who also worked on Galaxy Angel II.
CHARACTER VOICE SEIYUU:
Milfeulle Sakuruba was played by Ryoko Shintani (Japanese) and Jocelyne Loewen (English)
Mint Blancmanche was played by Miyuki Sawashiro (Japanese) and Nicole Bouma (English)
Ranpha Franboise was played by Yukari Tamura (Japanese) and Nicole Leroux (English)
Vanilla H. was played by Mika Kanai (Japanese) and Anna Cummer (English)
Forte Stollen was played by Mayumi Yamaguchi (Japanese) and Alison Matthews (English)