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-====== Bubblegum Crisis 2 - Born To Kill ====== 
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-===== Original Japanese Synopsis ===== 
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-Under Mason'​s direction, GENOM Boomers recover the remains of Cynthia from the sunken wreckage of Aqua City. Meanwhile, at a GENOM laboratory, the development of an uprated Boomer is interrupted by an explosion that claims the lives of the scientists involved. At the scene, a young Chinese woman named Irene stands silently screaming. She is the fiancee of one of the dead scientists, and an aerobics girlfriend of Linna. Irene swears to expose GENOM'​s involvement in the tragedy, Linna fears for her safety, and a mysterious group of beautiful female assassins stalk them both. 
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-[[:​crisis:​priss|Priss]] and Leon deduce the existence of a conspiracy at GENOM. 
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-Moving from the Chinatown of Yokohama to the large Kawasaki Industrial Complex, a battle unfolds in the dead of night, pitting Sylia'​s Knight Sabers against Mason'​s female assassin androids. Can the Knight Sabers disrupt the uprated Boomer'​s development before it is too late? 
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-From Megalocity Tokyo to Yokohama Chinatown, and finally to the Kawasaki Industrial Zone, Sylia, [[:​crisis:​priss|Priss]],​ Nene and a much more active Linna (who had little to do in Part 1) pursue the chain of events that inexorably lead them to another confrontation with GENOM. 
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-Everyone'​s favorite Superconglomerate has continued towards its goal of World economic domination. The uprated "​SuperBoomer"​ is a weapon of great power. Using components salvaged from Cynthia, it can synchronize with the U.S.S.D. orbiting laser satellites. As they launch themselves into battle, the Knight Sabers dimly begin to see the outlines of the gigantic GENOM conspiracy. 
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-===== Japanese Production Staff ===== 
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-|  Planning and Original Story|[[Suzuki Toshimichi]] ​ | 
-|  Director|[[Akiyama Katsuhito]] ​ | 
-|  Screenplay|[[Akiyama Katsuhito]] ​ | 
-|  Production Designers|[[Aramaki Shinji]] ​ | 
-|  |[[Kakinuma Hideki]] ​ | 
-|  Character Designs|[[Sonoda Kenichi]] ​ | 
-|  Voice Director|[[Yatagai Kenichi]] ​ | 
-|  Animation Directors|[[Tanaka Masahiro]] ​ | 
-|  |[[Naka Morifumi]] ​ | 
-|  Art Director|[[Arai Kazuhiro]] ​ | 
-|  Director of Photography|[[Takahashi Akihiko]] ​ | 
-|  Sound Director|[[Matsuura Noriyoshi]] ​ | 
-|  Music|[[Makaino Kouji]] ​ | 
-|  Producer|[[Aoki Takeshi]] ​ | 
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-===== Japanese Voice Actors ===== 
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-|  Sylia|[[Sakakibara Yoshiko]] ​ | 
-|  [[:​crisis:​priss|Priss]]|[[Oomori Kinuko]] ​ | 
-|  Linna|[[Tomizawa Michie]] ​ | 
-|  Nene|[[Hiramatsu Akiko]] ​ | 
-|  Mason|[[Ikeda Shuuichi]] ​ | 
-|  Leon|[[Furukawa Toshio]] ​ | 
-|  Commander|[[Oomiya Teiji]] ​ | 
-|  Daley|[[Namba Keiichi]] ​ | 
-|  Mackie|[[Sasaki Nozomu]] ​ | 
-|  Chief|[[Satoo Seiji]] ​ | 
-|  Announcer|[[Kobayashi Michitaka]] ​ | 
-|  Irene|[[Itoo Miki]] ​ | 
-|  Female Boomer|[[Takano Urara]] ​ | 
-|  AD Police Officer|[[Ookura Masaaki]] ​ | 
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-===== English Voice Actors ===== 
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-|  Sylia|[[Jemila Ericson]] ​ | 
-|  [[:​crisis:​priss|Priss]]|[[Sinda Nichols]] ​ | 
-|  Linna|[[Elizabeth Becka]] ​ | 
-|  Nene|[[Susan Grillo]] ​ | 
-|  Leon|[[Brad Moranz]] ​ | 
-|  Daley|[[Marshall Carroll]] ​ | 
-|  Mason|[[Eric Paisley]] ​ | 
-|  Commander Swarz|[[Michael S. Way]]  | 
-|  Mackie|[[Frank Trimble]] ​ | 
-|  Police Chief|[[David Kraus]] ​ | 
-|  Announcer|[[Chuck Denson]] ​ | 
-|  Irene|[[Jean Hrdlicka]] ​ | 
-|  AD Police Officer|[[Michael Sinterniklaas]] ​ | 
-|  Company Man A|[[Matt Sullivan]] ​ | 
-|  Company Man B|[[Sean Clay]] ​ | 
-|  Guard 1|[[Nathan Gray]] ​ | 
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