|“||It lives in your brain... and it won't let you die!||”|
Baoh (バオー来訪者 Baō Raihōsha, lit. Baoh: The Visitor) is a single-episode OVAW adaption of the manga series Baoh: The Visitor by Hirohiko Araki. It was produced by Studio PierrotW and was released on September 16, 1989.
It was released in English for VHS and laser disc in 1995 by AnimEigoW, and then licensed for DVD release in 2001.
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In a bid to create the perfect warrior, the Doress foundation implants an experimental parasite called Baoh into a boy named Ikuro Hashizawa. However, Ikuro escapes due to the interference of a little girl with precognitive powers called Sumire. Afraid the Baoh parasite will be discovered by others, the Foundation sends leagues of assassins to kill the boy. Luckily for Ikuro, the Baoh creature becomes active, transforming him and giving him amazing powers that he uses to fight off his attackers as the organization gets increasingly desperate in their aim to kill him.
|Ikuro Hashizawa||Hideyuki Hori||Brian Hinnant|
|Sumire||Noriko Hidaka||Kem Helms|
|Kasuminome||Ichiro Nagai||Mike Way|
|Dordo||Shuichi Ikeda||Dave Underwood|
|Sophine||Yō Inoue||Sara Seidman|
|Walken||Yusaku Yara||Chuck Denson|
|#22||Ikuya Sawaki||Sean P. O'Connell|
|Masked Men||Shinya Otaki|
|Technician||Kōzō Shioya||Patrick Humphrey|
|Soldier||Michitaka Kobayashi||Jim Clark|
|Motorcycle Girl||Tomoko Maruo||Sandy Clubb|
|One-shot Stories and Miscellaneous Works|
|Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan|
|Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan OVAs|
|Under Execution Under Jailbreak|
|Earlier works by Araki|
|Other short stories|