She was originally said to be the mayor 's daughter; however, this was later revealed to be a cover-up for their activities. She is the older of the demon sisters. Scanty is Panty's counterpart and rival. She has pale green spiky hair that's usually long and red skin, as she is a demon. She has yellow outer ring and green-yellow inner ring eyes.
Scanty and Kneesocks
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Evil creatures called Ghosts have begun attacking Daten City, a city located on the border of Heaven and Earth. In response, Heaven sends down two less-than-heavenly angels who also happen to be sisters to stop the Ghosts: Panty, an incredibly promiscuous blonde who can turn her panties into guns, and Stocking, a goth girl with an eternal craving for sweets who can turn her stockings into swords. Aided by their dog Chuck and guided by Father Garterbelt, a black priest with a titanic afro and a variety of sexual fetishes, the sisters fight ghosts in incredibly sexy, exciting, and just plain old weird ways. In other words, you're watching a typical Studio Gainax anime.
In English-speaking areas, the series has been licensed by Funimation for distribution in North America, and Manga Entertainment for the United Kingdom. The show revolves around the exploits of the Anarchy sisters, Panty and Stocking, angels who were kicked out of Heaven due to their bad behavior. The sisters take refuge under the care of the reverend Garterbelt; under his watchful eyes, the sisters are tasked with using their ability to transform their lingerie into weapons, and using them to destroy malicious Ghosts. By doing so, the sisters earn "Heaven Coins" with which they intend to one day use to buy their way back into Heaven.
If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page. They may be the daughters of Corset , the mayor of Daten City although it is possible that they might just be his employees , and are Panty and Stocking's complete opposite counterparts and arch-rivals.