Of all the heroines of Japanese cartoons, just a few deserve a place of honor like Oscar François de Jarjayes, or more simply Lady Oscar, one of the most avant-garde female characters in the history of television. The anime, broadcast in Japan in 1979, arrived in Italy in 1982 and soon became a cult of popular culture. Broadcast since 1990 under the title Una spada per Lady Oscar (and a new theme song sung by Cristina D'Avena), almost forty years after its first broadcast, Lady Oscar has not lost its appeal and continues to hold a great power even towards the younger generations.
Lady OscarBy devin weathers
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