Voiced by: Ryoko Shintani (JP), Jocelyne Loewen (EN), Rebeca Aponte (LA SP)
Milfeulle is the only one of the group who believes that the Galaxy Angels have some kind of duty and responsibility to the Transbaal Empire. She can be seen in most episodes baking cakes and other kinds of delicious treats, or on missions generally making a fool of herself. If ever there a character expresses hopes that a certain piece of recently acquired Lost Technology won't be used by accident due to its dire consequences, it is inevitably Milfeulle who will trigger it and cause the good times to roll, so to speak.
- All-Loving Hero: It's extremely rare that she wants to harm anyone. She even shows instant concern for the well-being of people who have been actively trying to harm or hinder her.
- Berserk Button: Believe it or not, she has one — misnaming a food she cooked, or possibly even just misnaming a food. Though it a) apparently has to be pressed repeatedly and b) garners more of an Obliviously Evil reaction than outright anger.
- Born Lucky: Taken to absurd levels. Reality itself will literally bend to accomodate the most favourable outcome for her.
- Cherry Blossom Girl: Her last name is Sakuraba. She's sweet, cheerful and ridiculously lucky. She even wears cherry blossoms in her pink hair.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: Many instances, perhaps best exemplified when they're being chased by a giant alien bug and she brings up the pressing question of how to get a subway train into a subway.
- The Cutie: Kind, optimistic, idealistic, excitable, and more than a little naive.
- Dead All Along: Played for Laughs.
- One episode is about a hitman trying everything to kill Milfeulle only to keep failing at it. The twist at the end is that Milfeulle was already dead and the one the hitman was trying to kill was a ghost.
- In another, she dies trying to protect her teammates from a grenade and becomes a ghost. She's misremembering, though — she slipped and accidentally tossed the grenade back at them. They're the ghosts.
- Depending on the Writer: Milfeulle is sometimes completely oblivious to other characters' distress, and other times obsessively empathetic depending on the whim of the writers.
- The Ditz: Not the brightest crayon in the box, that's for sure. At one point she wants to date a rice-cooker.
- Edible Theme Naming: She is named after the French pastry Mille-fuelle.
- The Fool: So clueless and blessed with ridiculous luck that the other Angels rely on her solely because she can solve any problem without even trying. An archetypal example is her running off a cliff, chasing after food that was rolling away.
- Friend to All Living Things: She loves animals and animals love her. Well, animals, plants, recently deceased animals and plants.
- Kindhearted Simpleton: She might not be as smart as her teammates, but is without a doubt the nicest of the Angels.
- Naïve Newcomer: The anime starts with Milfeulle joining the Galaxy Angels. It gets Played for Laughs since the more cynical members of the Angel Wing often attempt to take advantage of her innocence and good luck, but even they must occasionally tread carefully around her. The more she is pushed, the harder reality pushes back.
- Nice Girl: The only member of the Brigade who's nice inside and out.
- Pink Heroine: The main girl of the Angel Brigade happens to have bright pink hair and wears pink as part of her Custom Uniform.
- The Pollyanna: There's nothing that can bring this girl down. She doesn't even know what a trauma is.
- Prone to Tears: She's much more likely to cry than get angry when things go wrong for her. Naturally, it's almost always an example of Cry Cute.
- Rose-Haired Sweetie: Sweet and optimistic, as expected from a girl with pink hair.
- Supreme Chef: Makes a cake with emeralds and gold-leaf.
- Sweet Tooth: She loves cakes and pastries, and sometimes it seems like the only things she can cook.
- Swiss Army Weapon: Her hairband with the flowers serves mainly as a pair of rotary blades that allow her to fly, but have also served as radio antennae and some kind of telepathic transmitter/receiver.
- Team Chef: She often cooks for her teammates. Though the others can cook, mostly at campfires.
- Unluckily Lucky: Her good luck tends to land the Angels in considerable trouble.
Voiced by: Yukari Tamura (JP), Nicole Leroux (EN original series, Z, A & AA), Tabitha St. Germain (EN S & X), Melanie Henríquez (LA SP)
A fast-talking, loud-mouthed, fiery girl who has few desires in life beyond marrying a rich, handsome man and retiring to a quiet resort planet where she can live out the rest of her days. To these ends, Ranpha is behind many of the Angel Wing's get-rich-quick schemes and is quick to take on missions for clients who are rich, attractive, or both. She tends to be very physical and often gets into spats with Forte, but is more likely to team up with her than any of the other Angels in pursuit of a greater goal.
- Anime Chinese Girl: Ranpha has a qipao, a conspicuously Chinese-sounding Leitmotif, her name is the Japanese form of a Chinese name (Lanhua), and her headgear resembles odango hair. She also practices martial arts and her room has Chinese decorations.
- Animorphism: In the superpowers episode, she gets the ability to turn herself into a pig.
- Bare Your Midriff: Her dress has an opening that leaves her abdomen bare. It was covered in later seasons because of extreme censorship reasons.
- The Big Girl: Ranpha is the most passionate, hotheaded member of the group and practices martial arts, making her physical strength only matched by Forte's.
- Birthday Hater: Ever since she was five, Ranpha hasn't been a birthday fan because she hates to be reminded that she's growing old.
- Blazing Inferno Hellfire Sauce: Her cooking sometimes is so spicy that it is capable of inducing amnesia.
- Blush Stickers: Ranpha often gets these. Interestingly, she sometimes gets just one sticker.
- Cat Smile: She's the only member of the cast to do this regularly, when she's being teasing or mischievous.
- Cleavage Window: Her dress has a diamond-shaped cutout above her cleavage. It's covered up in all subsequent series due to the series channel hopping to TV Tokyo who happen to be pretty infamous for their strict censorship standards.
- Custom Uniform of Sexy: Ranpha generally just wears the revealing dress, but when she puts on the outer part of her uniform, it's just a waistcoat, worn open, so as not to provide much coverage.
- Dark-Skinned Blonde: She has a tanned skin tone and blonde hair.
- Drunk with Power: If ever there is a situation where she no longer needs the rest of the Angels, you can guarantee that she will tell them in no uncertain terms. Before crawling back on all fours when she finds out that it wasn't meant to be.
- Edible Theme Naming: Her surname, Franboise, is French for "raspberry."
- Facial Markings: A distinct triangle mark on her forehead.
- Fortune Teller: She sometimes reads her luck in love to herself and one time disguised herself as "Mother Milky Way" to help Milfeulle find Vanilla's lost item.
- Girly Bruiser: She loves fashion, makeup and fortune-telling, and is quite the boy-crazy romantic. She also is a crazy strong martial artist.
- Gold Digger: Her dream is to marry some rich guy and live an easy, luxurious life from his money. Funnily enough, the sequel reveals Ranpha did reach this goal, but divorced her husband soon after because the married life was way too boring for her.
- Lethal Chef: She puts way too much spices to whatever she cooks.
- Massive Numbered Siblings
- Ms. Fanservice: Her costume, even in its TV Tokyo form, is pretty revealing. She's also one of the bustiest characters with occasional Gainaxing, and subject to She's Got Legs shots.
- Otaku Surrogate: She likes to play Dating Sims, even though Forte and Mint think she's too old for those.
- Serial Romeo: She falls head-over-heels for every hot guy she meets, even if the guy is a gender-bent Forte.
- Shared Unusual Trait: Her parents also had marks on their foreheads and wore those headgear things.
- She's Got Legs: Her dress is slit up past her hip. Being a Kick Chick also contributes a lot of this.
- Single Woman Seeks Good Man: While she would prefer a rich husband, Ranpha feels attracted to nice, good-looking men in general. She even falls for one who's drowning in debt at the time, until he turns out to be a coward.
- Stalker with a Crush: In the gender-swap episode, Ranpha gets a crush on a male Forte and when the latter refuses her advances, Ranpha chases Forte across the universe until Forte resigns to marry her.
- Swiss Army Weapon: Played straight and parodied. Her hair ornaments have been used as deadly bludgeoning weapons, grappling hooks, radio antennae, and salt and pepper shakers.
- Thinks Like a Romance Novel: Her ultimate dream is to marry a handsome, preferably rich guy and live Happily Ever After like a Prince Charming and his princess.
- Waif-Fu: She's an attractive and slender girl who is capable of wiping the floor with big and muscled professional wrestlers.
- What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: In the superpowers episode, while all the other Angels get a cool power, the only thing Ranpha can do is transform into a pig.
- Wrestler in All of Us: Several of her get-rich-quick schemes have involved taking up pro wrestling. Ironically, in the first episode, Ranpha and Forte are trying to weasel their way out of wrestling and a gambling debt.
Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro (JP), Nicole Bouma (EN), Lidia Abbout (LA SP)
She may seem sweet but those who cross Mint will always regret it. Her serious and proper exterior conceals a sociopathic streak that is a source of much humour to the audience but not particularly healthy for the characters in the show. She also has an obsession with kigurumi, or mascot costumes. Mint is also quick to cash in on the get-rich-quick schemes perpetrated by the other Angels even though she is the heiress to the Blancmanche Corporation and would theoretically have more money than she could ever spend at her disposal.
- Beware the Nice Ones: She seems sweet to a fault, but Mint is willing to kill to preserve her secret hobby. Never get in her way.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She may seem a sweet and well-mannered lady to those around her, but underneath that there's an egotistical, petty and sometimes outright sadistic Manipulative Bitch.
- Ear Wings: Her droopy bunny ears allow her to fly sometimes.
- Edible Theme Naming: Mint's first name comes from the herb mint, and her last name from the dessert blancmange.
- Embarrassing Hobby: She has an obsession with mascot costumes, and does not think twice about manipulating circumstances or jeopardizing missions for the opportunity to wear one. The flip side of this is that she is very easy to entice, so she takes great pains to conceal her hobby from just about everyone.
- Expressive Ears: Her set of rabbit-like ears twitch, rise or droop depending on her feelings. They also make odd sounds whenever they perk up.
- Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: Yes, she looks adorable. She'll also do anything to get you out of her way in case you get on her bad side or might learn of her mascot costume obsession.
- The Fake Cutie: Although Mint is usually no-nonsense with her teammates, she sometimes uses overly innocent behavior and her childlike appearance to her advantage when interacting with people who don't know her so well.
- Guile Heroine: She's the only one in her team who actually uses her intellect to accomplish something in the missions. She also can resort to tricking people or manipulating events.
- Hair Intakes: She has a pair of intakes that resemble cat ears.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Technically one of the heroes, but she has no qualms with manipulating others and endangering the lives of her own teammates to get her way or just out of sheer malice.
- Honest Axe: Mint is offered a gold animal costume and a silver animal costume at a time when she believes that wearing an animal costume will kill her. She's not very happy when the water sprite tries to give her both.
- Hyperspace Arsenal: She keeps at least three car-sized planet-destroying cannons in her backpack.
- Keigo: She's always polite and well-mannered in her speech, even during her nasty moments.
- Little Miss Badass
- Manipulative Bitch: She will lie and orchestrate events to get others to do whatever she wants, especially for the sake of wearing a mascot costume and making sure no one finds out how much she loves them.
- Mind over Matter: She gets telekinesis in the superpowers episode.
- Ojou: She's the sole heiress to the immensely wealthy Blancmanche Company. She also mentions to her teammates that her family is rich and very, very distinguished. She even does the trope's characteristic Noblewoman's Laugh when she's feeling particularly evil.
- Older Than She Looks: Believe it or not, Mint is 16 despite being about as tall and well-endowed as 13-year-old Vanilla.
- Rich Bitch: When her mean side comes out, she takes her sweet time to rub in everyone's faces how very, very distinguished her wealthy family is.
- Shared Unusual Trait: Her weird rabbit-like ears thingies are apparently a family trait. Her father has them and her servants too. Damn, even her pet seal has them!
- The Smart Girl: She's the brain of the group, being in charge of military tactics and coming up with clever ways to solve problems.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: She speaks in a polite, gentle voice even during her cruelest and most vicious moments.
- Sweet Tooth: She loves candy, especially in flavors like pickled plum, squid ink and burger.
- Token Evil Teammate: While a member of the Angel Brigade, Mint at her worst is willing to resort to dirty methods and sometimes backstab or even try to ensure her own teammates' deaths. She's also willing to brutally torture suspected criminals to obtain confessions.
- Token Mini-Moe: Mint is the smallest member of the Angel Brigade with only Vanilla looking as childlike as her.
- Unusual Ears: Played With. While Mint has normal human ears, there's a pair of things that resemble droopy rabbit/dog/goat/whatever ears sticking out from both sides of her head. What's really weird is that one time, she was shaved bald, and her second set of ears just plain vanished. It's unknown if they're actually part of her hair or some sort of accessory.
- Verbal Tic: She almost always ends her sentences with -desu wa.
Voiced by: Mayumi Yamaguchi (JP), Alison Matthews (EN), Elena Díaz Toledo (LA SP)
Ostensibly the senior member of the Angel Wing, Forte dislikes taking responsibility and would prefer to go drinking or fire off some of her impressive firearm collection at the range. Oh and, speaking of guns, she's almost as crazy about them as Mint is about her mascot costumes. While she is not given to elaborate scheming, rare guns are often the only incentive needed for Forte to take on a job, something the other Angels know and sometimes actively exploit. She has a very masculine personality and is sensitive about her age which leads to violent confrontations with Ranpha, but the two of them are the most likely of the Angels to team up when faced with a common enemy. Forte also has a curious father-daughter relationship with Commander Volcott, which is explored during breaks in the whirlwind of shenanigans.
- Action Girl: Forte is just as physical as Ranpha, but prefers to use guns in combat.
- All Amazons Want Hercules: Despite usually acting scornfully romance-averse in public, it's revealed that Forte is secretly just as giddily romance-crazy in private as Ranpha. It's just that her standards are much too high (A Strong Man. A Really Strong Man!). Consequently, she's frustrated most of the time.
- Attractive Bent-Gender: In an episode, a Lost Technology device turns her male, making Ranpha fall head over heels, much to her disconfort.
- Badass Longcoat: Her outer uniform is an ankle-length frock coat.
- Bifauxnen: Whenever a male role needs filling. She complains about it in later seasons.
- Boyish Short Hair: Fittingly for the resident Lad-ette and less feminine of the Angels, Forte keeps her hair short.
- Cleavage Window: There's an opening in her dress held together by straps, which shows off her cleavage. Like Ranpha's, it was filled in with a cloth panel in later seasons.
- Commissar Cap: She wears a peaked cap as part of the military theme of her Custom Uniform.
- Cool Big Sis: She plays this role to a little girl named Milly for one episode. Forte sympathizes with Milly's difficult lifestyle and encourages her to change her ways like a cool big sister would do.
- Custom Uniform of Sexy: Her coat is always unfastened, revealing a high-slit Minidress of Power with a tight-fitting bodice and (in the first season) a huge Cleavage Window.
- Dark and Troubled Past: It's implied she had a harsh childhood growing up in a dangerous city and had to learn how to use a gun to survive. She changed her ways when Volcott found her and brought her into the military academy.
- Edible Theme Naming: Her surname comes from the German pastry Stollen.
- Eek, a Mouse!!: Unexpectedly for the tough Forte, she totally freaks out when she encounters a space mouse/hamster. Although she reacts like that because she's allergic to the animal, not because she's scared or disgusted.
- Exotic Eye Designs: Most characters have typical Tsurime Eyes or Tareme Eyes. Forte has tsurime-shaped eyes, rotated so that the outer corners are angled down. The effect is pretty strange-looking.
- Fiery Redhead: Of the girls, she's most likely to respond to annoyances with violence and her temper is second only to Ranpha's.
- Gun Nut: She's obsessed with military hardware, practically living for rare and antique firearms.
- The Gunslinger
- Hard-Drinking Party Girl
- High-Class Glass: Her signature monocle. Even though she's not really high-class.
- Hyperspace Arsenal: Regularly whips out a bazooka from nowhere.
- I Call It "Vera": She introduces her "best friends" to Chitose as Toka-chan the Tokarev and Waluzaemon the Walther.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's a boorish, violent, greedy, self-serving Gun Nut, but her heart is in the right place most of the time. In the very rare serious episodes, she shows a surprisingly mature, compassionate side to those who share aspects of her past, such as the little Milly and Volcott.
- The Lad-ette: Described by Ranpha as a "man among women".
- The Lancer: Forte is the tough, masculine and experienced leader of the Angels, a direct contrast to the bubbly, girly Naïve Newcomer Milfeulle.
- The Leader: She's the leader of the Galaxy Angels by default, being the veteran member of the group. Not that she's that good at the job.
- Macross Missile Massacre: Apparently her cap and the shoulders of her uniform have concealed missile pods somehow.
- Meaningful Name: Forte is Italian for "strong." She is one of the two strongest Angels, being either equal to Ranpha or even stronger (as the plot demands).
- More Dakka: A veritable arsenal of dakka, up to and including missile launchers. Still not enough dakka.
- Multiple-Choice Past: In the first season, she's shown to have been a street urchin until Volcott took her in as a small child, with the implication that it was under his guidance that she entered the military academy. In the last season, she was part of an anti-government resistance force only five years ago.
- She's Got Legs: Her dress is slit high enough to result in plenty of shots of this nature, although not quite to the same extent as Ranpha.
- Tomboyish Voice: The most tomboyish girl of the crew and resident Gun Nut has a low, raspy voice.
- Trigger Happy: She never hesitates to try her guns out on people. Fortunately for everyone else, she exhibits A-Team Firing on pretty much anybody who isn't Normad.
Voiced by: Mika Kanai (JP), Anna Cummer (EN), Jhaidy Barboza (LA SP)
Vanilla is the youngest of the Galaxy Angels and the most quiet one. Not much is known about how she joined the Angel Wing or why, but she cooperates with or at least acquiesces to the schemes and shenanigans of her squadmates without so much as blinking, implying that she may share some of their interests or desires for good looks and worldly possessions. She can usually be seen drinking tea, holding Normad, abusing Normad in some manner, or observing one of her many, many religious rituals. She can also manipulate nanomachines for a wide variety of purposes, the most common of which is healing wounds.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: Her hair is light green in the game, but it's closer to pale turquoise in the first season of the anime.
- Anime Hair: She wears her hair in a ponytail that curls like a drill. One time, she actually uses it as a drill.
- The Baby of the Bunch: The youngest member of the Angels, at only 13 years of age.
- Beware the Quiet Ones: She once destroys a whole city with the laser from her forehead because the citizens were calling her a fat pig when she likes cows better. It doesn't help that she was wearing a pig costume.
- The Chick: She's The Medic of the team, described as the most reserved, demure member and usually doesn't do much besides looking cute and helping in support roles during the missions.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: She usually runs to heal any injured person she sees.
- The Comically Serious: The way this little Emotionless Girl keeps her deadpan expression even in the most absurd situations can be pretty hilarious.
- Determinator: Once she puts her mind to something, there's no stopping her.
- Edible Theme Naming: Her first name comes from the flavoring vanilla.
- Emotionless Girl: She hardly ever shows any emotion and speaks in a deadpan voice.
- Extreme Doormat: She will never complain or fight against anything as long as she believes it's "God's will".
- Eye Beams: She can shoot laser from her eyes in the superpowers episode.
- The Fatalist: Everything will be as God wills.
- Girls Love Stuffed Animals: She almost never goes anywhere without the plushie that houses Normad. However, she never treats it with care, usually using him as the personal punching bag for herself and her teammates.
- Healing Hands: The way she uses nanomachines allows her to heal wounds with the touch of her hands.
- Improbable Weapon User: She uses that crystal on her forehead to shoot lasers.
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: In the middle of his endless fawning, Normad does question whether Vanilla cares for him, even a little. He thinks that Vanilla going after him when he's kidnapped is a sign that she does care, but then she uses him as a cushion as soon as she has him back.
- Kid-Appeal Character: Played With. Vanilla is the youngest Angel, tiny and always carries a stuffed animal with her, making her look more Moe than any of her teammates. Her personality, however, is the least emotional and childlike of the crew, being an Emotionless Girl with a cryptic religious devotion.
- Little Miss Badass
- The Medic: She can use her nanomachines to heal wounds.
- Not So Above It All: While she generally acts detached and claims to be guided only by the will of God, a lot of her actions seem to be as petty and self-serving as the other members of the Brigade.
- Ojou Ringlets: She has two ringlets in front of her ears and shoulders. However, she's a subversion because she isn't an Ojou.
- One-Letter Name: Her last name is "H", that's all.
- Prehensile Hair: On one occasion, she uses her hair as a drill.
- Proper Tights with a Skirt: Her Custom Uniform includes white leggings.
- The Quiet One: She speaks very rarely, if at all.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Although passive most of the time, the girl can be terrifying when she decides to do something and you're in the way.
- Rei Ayanami Expy: A very enigmatic Emotionless Girl of few words with pale green hair, red eyes and pure white skin.
- Speaks Fluent Animal: She appears to be able to speak with animals, or at least control them in some way, since she has been seen using animals to chase a guy who stole Normad and once spoke to monkeys.
- The Stoic: Vanilla's facial expression seems to be permanently stuck in deadpan apathy.
- Token Mini-Moe: One of the two. Right after Mint, Vanilla is the tiniest girl in the Angel Brigade and she has the bonus of actually being as young as she looks.
- Token Religious Teammate: She usually comes through in the form of religious proverbs that are appropriate to the situation. There's a shrine to a strange machine in her room and she prays to it daily. It's also mentioned she frequents the church.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Leeks or carrots, depending on the episode.
Voiced by: Mika Kanai (JP), Richard Ian Cox (EN), Marycel González (LA SP)
Normad is a living example of Lost Technology, a missile from some nameless war that started to develop a respect and appreciation for its own life. Knowing that when it exploded, the sum total of its knowledge and experience would be lost, it instead chose to desert and drifted in space until it was found by Vanilla in a field of junk. After blackmailing the Angel Wing into finding it a new body, Normad joins the cast and often contributes to their wacky hijinx with its knowledge of Lost Technology. It considers all of the Angel Wing girls to be crass and unrefined, with the exception of Vanilla whom it treats with something resembling reverence.
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Now, normally he isn't too keen on taking revenge on the Galaxy Angels but when he does...
- The Chew Toy: He's usually being mistreated by Vanilla and being shot in the head by Forte. Hell, he even embodies the trope literally when Milfeuile is turned into a baby and starts chewing on him.
- Comedic Sociopathy: A common running gag.
- Companion Cube
- Deadpan Snarker: He's constantly making sarcastic quips at the colorful quirks of the Angels. Except for Vanilla; he has nothing but praise for her.
- Iron Butt Monkey: Among other things, he has been shot, beaten, crushed, burned, twisted, boiled, eaten, blasted and transmogrified. Somehow, his stuffed animal vessel always comes out mostly unharmed.
- Jerkass: He's a condescending jerk and constantly badmouths anyone who isn't Vanilla. This makes his status as The Chew Toy all the more well-deserved.
- Living Toys: Subverted in that Normad can't actually move or manipulate the environment, yet is able to form some semblance of facial expressions and feel pain, depending on how funny it would be at the time.
- Love Makes You Evil: He's usually a mean-spirited but mostly harmless Chew Toy. When his beloved Vanilla appears hurt, he transforms into a literal rampaging monster, tortures the rest of the Angel Wing and threatens to kill them. He only goes back to normal when he sees Vanilla is okay.
- Mad Libs Catch Phrase: "Oh, Vanilla-san!" and "Your rotten hearts/souls/lives".
- Mad Love: He basically worships Vanilla like she was a goddess and his devotion can get outright homicidal at times. In response, Vanilla either ignores him or treats him like a disposable toy.
- Mr. Exposition: When he isn't insulting the Angels or worshipping Vanilla, Normad usually provides the team and the audience with information about the Lost Technology of the episode.
- No Guy Wants an Amazon: He dislikes violent and crude women, and adores quiet and demure ladies like Vanilla.
- Only Sane Man: Normad is constantly dumbfounded at the other characters' irrationality.
- Overly Long Name: MA347612890 GT40785791 32RS2400Z 17924398 TZRS 2000 modular semiconductor type 452963752391 MQTO GLS-equipped self-computing 0037 293165734285 YGNKTI 0120 YMCA 4126 PPPKG lower-right KKP 53 Normad.
- Some Call Me "Tim": Since his full name is ridiculously long, people simply call him Normad.
- Stalker with a Crush: The amount of devotion that Normad lavishes on Vanilla borders on creepy.
- Team Pet: He was originally a missile until his program disk was placed inside a stuffed animal that looks somewhat like a round, pink cat/penguin thing. He almost always goes with the Angels in their missions or casual outings, usually carried by Vanilla. A good part of the anime's comedy is the abuse Normad is subjected to by the Angels.
- Yandere: While one might not take his constant fawning over Vanilla seriously, Normad is willing to kill if Vanilla gets hurt or he thinks he has a rival for her love.
Voiced by: Keiji Fujiwara (JP), Michael Kopsa (EN), Armando Volcanes (LA SP)
Volcott is a veteran leader held in high regard by the military and charged with leading the Angel Wing. Unfortunately for almost everyone concerned, he is well past his prime and looking mainly to preserve his pension and keep the Angels out of trouble. For their part, the Angels more or less ignore him or try to keep him out of the loop whenever they botch a mission. In the past he rescued Forte from a life of crime and the two of them eventually took on several high-profile missions together.
- Ambition Is Evil: In "Today's Corporation in Steamed Turnip" he goes on several sinister rants about wanting to rise to the pinnacle of power and become ruler of space or at least the corporate world, in what could be considered a whole Out-of-Character Episode.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: He has the thickest eyebrows around.
- Butt-Monkey: Volcott is constantly ignored, abused and forced to do the Angels' chores for them.
- Colonel Badass: He may not look like it, but he can still throw down on occasion.
- Disguised in Drag: One episode has him disguise himself as Milfeulle when she's absent from an important meeting.
- Idiot Hair: A strand of hair sticks out to the front. Still, he's not as silly and stupid as other characters on the show.
- Iron Butt-Monkey: In one episode, a hitman has him shot, beaten with a mace, poisoned, thrown off a building, run over, blasted and tortured by multiple traps. Milfeulle at least has the excuse of being a ghost; Volcott only has sheer fortitude on his side.
- I Was Quite a Looker: He was fairly good-looking in his youth.
- Manly Facial Hair: Tell him his mustache doesn't suit him, and he'll revert to his combat days as the "White Wolf" and proceed to destroy everything in his path to defend his mustache's honor.
- No Respect Guy: It's the natural result of looking after a team of wacky girls who never show any proper respect for him and never take him seriously.
- Parental Substitute: A few of the more serious episodes show that he was very much like a father to Forte.
- Retired Badass: He's not retired just yet, and is always ready to pick up a rifle if necessary, but his frontline days are long behind him and he's a pushover 99 percent of the time.
- Team Mom: Rare Male Example. He's the commander and takes care of almost all the house chores for the Angels.
- Third Law of Gender-Bending: In the episodes where Lost Technology causes Gender Bending, he is suspiciously enthusiastic about being turned into a woman.
Voiced by: Saori Goto (JP), Tegan Moss (EN)
One day, a terminally ill Chitose was sitting in her hospital bed staring out the window at the rest of the Angel Wing playing hopscotch. She wanted to be friends with them so badly that when the chance comes she manipulates all of them to try and get a spot on the team. It almost works. Although she's unable to insinuate herself among the Angel Wing, she does manage to get onto their base by joining up with the Twin-Star Team, where she serves as a recurring antagonist who constantly seeks revenge on them for having snubbed her previously. Next to Mint, Chitose is arguably the most intelligent member of the cast and has used her knowledge of their respective quirks to get the upper hand at least once throughout the course of her very short run on the show. Aside from her tendency to faint when faced with highly stressful emotional situations, almost nothing about her was carried over from the games. She doesn't even get her own Emblem Frame.
- 11th-Hour Ranger: She finally gets transferred to the Angel Brigade a few episodes away from the end of the final season.
- Adaptation Personality Change: She's basically a completely different character from her Yamato Nadeshiko game counterpart.
- Artistic License Biology: After suffering from a terminal illness for so long, she has learned to alter her body temperature and go into comas at will.
- Attention Whore: Chitose doesn't just want to make friends, she wants to be the center of attention all the time. When the Angels don't spend much time with her, she tries to turn them against each other, hoping they'll turn their attention to her (and it backfires spectacularly). Chitose also feels the need to constantly endanger herself and go into a coma at will just to see if Milfeulle cares about her.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She acts all polite and nice, but the moment the Angels don't pay her enough attention, she starts spreading rumors inside the group to break up their friendships.
- The Chew Toy: Chitose's role in the anime consists of two things: a) falling victim of critical Amusing Injuries, b) her revenge plots blowing up in her face. This carries over to the sequel, where she has a boring job as an accounter and won't stop complaining about it to The Narrator.
- Edible Theme Naming: Her first name comes from a red and white candy called chitose ame.
- Friendless Background: She was hospitalized since she was a child, which made it difficult for her to make friends.
- Hime Cut: Subverted. She has the blunt bangs, cheek-length sidelocks, and hip-length straight hair. While she seems like a Yamato Nadeshiko at first glance, she's really a mean-spirited Attention Whore.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: She yearned to become friends with the Angel Brigade after seeing them playing outside from her hospital window. However, Chitose is way too needy and spiteful to not ruin any possible friendship. The only one who does want to be her friend is Milfeulle, but Chitose suffers so many Amusing Injuries around her that she ends up being scared of Milfeulle.
- Ill Girl: Her backstory is a parody of the traditional sick girl personality and she exploits it whenever she can.
- Keigo: Her speech is as polite and sophisticated as Mint's.
- The Load: Even when she gets to work with the Angels, there isn't anything for Chitose to do in the team. It's so bad that she turns herself into a doll to be the second Team Pet, but even Normad is less of a Chew Toy than her in that department.
- Sixth Ranger: She wants to be this to the Angel Brigade, but became the new member of the Twin-Star Team instead.
- The Team Wannabe: She wanted to be a member of the Angel Brigade, but nobody in the team likes her. She ended up in the Twin-Star Team instead and when she got transferred to the Angels, she's pretty much just a nominal member because she's useless.
- Yamato Nadeshiko: Subverted. She looks like one on the outside, wears a kimono to bed, and has a very appropriate-sounding Leitmotif, but the reality is something completely different.
- Yandere: One of the most devoted friends you could ever want, until the moment you show affection to anyone else. Then you'd best watch your back.
Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara (JP), Sylvia Zaradic (EN), Rocío Mallo (LA SP)
Mary was introduced in Galaxy Angel A as the commander of the Twin-Star Team, commissioned to replace the Angel Wing in their mission to hunt down and secure Lost Technology. She is almost the complete opposite of Volcott; she prefers a hands-on approach to the job and can occasionally be abusive towards her charges. It is implied that the Twin-Star Team is her pet project and, as it competes directly with the Angel Wing for funding from the military, she resorts to all sorts of underhanded tricks when it comes to the rivalry between the two. On the other hand she is not nearly as sociopathic as many of the other characters in the show and gets along with Volcott reasonably well outside the inter-taskforce rivalry, which is not very often.
- Distaff Counterpart: Her character is basically the same as Volcott, except she's a woman and a more competent commander to her subordinates.
- Imaginary Friend: She has a trio of imaginary stuffed toy cheerleaders who motivate her when she's having a hard time at work.
- Scary Shiny Glasses
- Spell My Name with an "S": Mary, Mearii, Mealy, among other variations. We'll just go with the spelling used by The Other Wiki. "Mealy" may have been intentional, given the Edible Theme Naming of most of the other girls. It's probably just a case of Japanese Ranguage, though.
- Team Mom: To the Twin-Star Team, much more so than Volcott is to the Angels. Mary is like a stern mother to the Perot twins, pushing them to do a good work to surpass the Angels and trying to get them to eat nutritious food.
Voiced by: Yuko Sanpei (JP), Reece Thompson (EN)
The spunkier of the Twin-Star Team. Kokomo is generally very immature, loves sweet things and hates spicy things. He handles all the weapons for the group.
- Always Identical Twins: Averted. He and Malibu are fraternal twins and look very different.
- Berserk Button: Being treated like he's... his actual age.
- Bratty Half-Pint: He's immature, rude and has no respect for older people. He also hates to be treated like a child despite being a 10-year-old and way too prone to tantrums.
- Child Prodigy: He's an Ace Pilot and athlete at 10 years old.
- Does Not Like Spam: He hates dried fish.
- Edible Theme Naming: His name comes from a Japanese brand of coconut rum called Cocomo.
- Facial Markings: He has a mark on his forehead that looks like a person symbol. His twin brother has the same.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The bratty, disrespectful and rash brother to the smart, thoughtful and responsible Malibu.
- Hot-Blooded: He's excitable and impulsive, especially when compared to his composed brother.
- Improbable Age: He and Malibu are ace Space Fighter pilots despite being preteens.
- Polar Opposite Twins: He's full of himself, boastful and short-tempered, the polar opposite of his reserved, intellectual and calm twin brother Malibu.
- Powered Armor: He fights with a Iron Man-esque battle suit his brother made for him.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Kokomo is a brash and Hot-Blooded brat, while his brother Malibu is cool-headed and intellectual.
- Spell My Name with an "S": His name is translated as either "Kokomo" or "Cocomo".
- Sweet Tooth: He loves sweets, especially chocolate and parfaits. This can be seen as weird due to the Japanese stereotype that Real Men Hate Sugar.
- Theme Twin Naming: Besides the rum Edible Theme Naming, Kokomo and Malibu are names of American beach cities.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Parfaits.
- Vocal Evolution: In the English dub, his voice gets deeper after AA.
Voiced by: Tomo Saeki (JP), Danny McKinnon (EN)
The more reserved of the Twin-Star Team. Malibu handles tactics and analysis of the enemies, and is more mature than Kokomo. He does tend to have a bit of a sadistic streak and enjoys tormenting or otherwise thwarting Kokomo's hijinx.
- Big Brother Bully: He frequently picks on Kokomo both physically and psychologically.
- Edible Theme Naming: His name comes from brand of rum made in Barbados called Malibu.
- Child Prodigy: Even more than Kokomo. He's an Ace Pilot, Gadgeteer Genius, can speak alien languages, and is highly intelligent all-around.
- Facial Markings: Like Kokomo, he has a mark on his forehead that looks like a person symbol.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The smart, thoughtful and responsible brother to the bratty, disrespectful and rash Kokomo.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He invented Kokomo's Powered Armor and a robotic Vanilla double.
- Not So Above It All: Though he usually insists on taking a more responsible course of action, he can be as childish as Kokomo when he thinks he can get away with it.
- Polar Opposite Twins: He's reserved, intellectual and calm, the polar opposite of his full-of-himself, boastful and short-tempered twin brother Kokomo.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Malibu is cool-headed and intellectual, while is brother is a brash and Hot-Blooded brat.
- Scary Shiny Glasses
- Smart People Wear Glasses: The only of the twins to wear glasses and by far much smarter than his hotheaded brother.
- Spell My Name with an "S": His name has been translated as "Malibu" and "Malib".
- Theme Twin Naming: Malibu and Kokomo are both names of a brand of rum and an American beach city.
- Vocal Evolution: In the English dub, his voice gets deeper after A.
Jonathan: Hiroyuki Yoshino (JP), Richard Ian Cox (EN), Renzo Jiménez and Ezequiel Serrano (LA SP)
Patrick: Akio Suyama (JP), Alistair Abell (EN), Carlos Vitale, Renzo Jiménez, Manuel Bastos and Guillermo Martínez (LA SP)
Gasteau: Makoto Yasumura (JP), Andrew Toth (EN), Ángel Balam and José Granadillo (LA SP)
- Faceless Goons: They wear cat masks in A and AA, and sometimes in X.
- Inexplicably Identical Individuals: Usually, no one remembers them or vice versa. Episode 23 of the first season even features Patrick alongside his wife Patricia and their Identical Son and Daughter.
- Recurring Extra: And they aren't even villains sometimes.
- Spell My Name with an "S": "Gusto." And unlike the Twin Star Team above, even the English version can't keep it straight.
- Those Three Guys
Galaxy Angel Rune
Introducing all (but four of) the characters from Galaxy Angel Rune! From left: Suzuki(s), Satou, Natsume, Mimolette, Tanaka, Nano-Nano, Tequila, Kahlua, Apricot, Anise, and Lily.
Moon Angel Wing
Voiced by: Yuuna Inamura (JP)
Rico fulfills much the same role that Milfeulle did in the original anime. However, she is more practical than her older sister and, in addition to cooking, she is also very handy with household chores and appears to be more grounded in reality than her older sister. Apricot idolises Milfeulle and frequently writes to her, which takes the form of the show's narration.
- Big Sister Worship: She adores her older sister Milfeulle and tries to emulate her as much as possible and her uniform and hairstyle reflect this.
- Cherry Blossom Girl: Her family name contains Sakura, she's sweet and kind and her ribbons have cherry blossoms on them.
- Does Not Like Men: She's terrified of men, and will unintentionally lash out with a burst of Super Strength whenever a male so much as touches her shoulder.
- Edible Theme Naming: Named after the fruit apricot.
- Girlish Pigtails: She ties her hair into two small pigtails that look adorable in her.
- Hates Being Touched: She has a pathological reflex which causes her to obtain Super Strength and throw around any male who touches her.
- Naïve Newcomer: She is the newest member of the Rune Angel Wing and the one least experienced in the ways of the world.
- Super Strength
Voiced by: Erina Nakayama (JP)
A knightly girl of regal bearing, Lily is the most serious-minded of the Rune Angels and handles all of their mission requests. Although the team is mostly informal, Lily is shown to be the de facto leader due to her reliability and cool, knightly demeanour. On the other hand she can be a real stick in the mud when she wants to be and tends to be a bit judgemental of others, especially Anise. As the responsible, military and humourless type, Lily does not appear as frequently as the other characters within the anime's slice-of-life context.
- Badass Longcoat: Her Custom Uniform includes a cool longcoat.
- Bare Your Midriff: She wears jacket-like top that doesn't cover up her midriff.
- Boyish Short Hair: Her short hair suits well with her serious and dependable personality.
- Catchphrase: "That goes against the way of the sword!" and "NG-da" (Literally, "that's no good" in a manlier sort of way.)
- Curtains Match the Window: Blue hair and eyes.
- Edible Theme Naming: Her name comes from the confection caramel, and the frozen dessert sherbet.
- The Leader: Lily is the de facto leader of the Rune Angels due to her reliability and cool, knightly demeanor.
- Only Sane Woman: She's the most normal and levelheaded member of the team.
- Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair covers her left eye.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue Oni to Anise's Red Oni. Lily is cool, serious-minded and reliable, in sharp contrast to the loud, brash and irresponsible Anise. Bonus points for Lily having blue hair and Anise having red hair.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Lampshaded in one episode where Lily notes that she and Anise had been on the same team for 10 years and were still as antagonistic towards each other as they were on the first day.
Voiced by: Satomi Akesaka (JP)
The Rune Angels' resident catgirl. That is literally all there is to say about her. Okay, Nano-Nano is actually a sentient colony of nanomachines that was discovered by Vanilla on some remote world somewhere, which she then adopted and raised on her own. Nano-Nano's clearest memory of Vanilla is how she told her to become a big nanomachine colony, which she does by absorbing all sorts of machinery. She looks up to Anise in a sisterly sort of way and has a good relationship with Natsume who is around the same age as her. She also plays around with Mimolette a lot by virtue of the fact that they are both cats or catlike.
- Cat Girl: Downplayed. She has a tail and feline mannerisms, but lacks the cat ears to complete the image.
- Edible Theme Naming: Named after the food pudding.
- Genki Girl: In sharp contrast to her emotionally repressed adoptive mother, Nano-Nano is overflowing with joy and energy.
- Happily Adopted: She was found and adopted by Vanilla.
- Leotard of Power: Her Custom Uniform is a leotard.
- Like Parent, Unlike Child: Her Genki Girl personality is nothing like that of her Emotionless Girl of an adopted mom.
- Nanomachines: Although she only uses them once in the entire series.
- Robot Girl: A nanomachine organism with the appearance of a cute young girl with a tail.
- Spin-Offspring: She's the adopted daughter of Vanilla, one of the main characters of the first series.
- Token Mini-Moe: The shortest girl in the Rune Angel Wing.
- Verbal Tic: -nano da!
- Verbal Tic Name: Her name is Nano-Nano and she always ends her sentences with "-nano da".
Voiced by: Aya Hirano (JP)
A sorceress with two opposite personalities.
- All Witches Have Cats: She has a familiar named Mimolette that looks like the floating head of a black cat.
- Cleavage Window: Her dress has an opening that shows some of her cleavage. It's a lot more revealing when she's Tequila.
- Edible Theme Naming: Kahlua and Tequila are both names of Mexican alcoholic drinks. Marjoram is the name of an herb.
- Mark of the Supernatural: She has light purple eyes in both forms and she's the only witch known in the series.
- Split Personality: She has two personalities. The first is the unpredictable and ditzy Kahlua. The other is her hypercompetent alter ego Tequila who generally doesn't do anything and has a reputation for promiscuity and speaking in lots and lots of innuendo.
- Split-Personality Makeover: Kahlua's hair is straight and blonde, while Tequila's is more wavy and purple.
- Split-Personality Switch Trigger: The Kahlua and Tequila personalities transform back and forth whenever Kahlua ingests alcohol, or when she eats one of her special magic chocolates.
- Cute Witch: She's one adorable witch.
- The Ditz
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: In spite of her constant clumsiness, the blonde Kahlua has a sunny personality and is more than willing to help out her friends especially if it involves her main areas of expertise: cosmetics and TV dramas. In the crazy mixed up world of the Rune Angels, these things prove to be useful on more occasions than one might expect.
- Kindhearted Simpleton: She's a sweetheart, but also a slow airhead.
- Mad Scientist: She's usually doing experiments in her lab that consistently blow up in her face or have horrifying results.
- Nice Girl: She's the sweetest girl of the Rune Angel Troupe.
- Double Entendre: Over half of Tequila's lines throughout the series.
- Hot Witch: While a witch like her other personality, Tequila is more sexy than cute.
- Sexier Alter Ego: Each time she swaps from Kahlua to Tequila, her bust line (and by extention, her whole body) fills out and practically exceeds her top, leaving her green dress underneath.
- Superpowered Evil Side
- Visual Innuendo
Voiced by: Satomi Hanamura (JP)
In many ways she's the polar opposite of Lily; lazy, loudmouthed, extremely spendthrift and basically amoral. In fact, she would not have been part of the Rune Angel Wing at all if she hadn't tried to hijack the Luxiole. She owes Mint a debt of astronomical proportions, one that she will never be able to pay, and it dominates her every waking moment. As such, she even more prone to get-rich-quick schemes than the Moon Angels on a good day.
- Bare Your Midriff: She wears a bikini-like red top which exposes her midriff.
- Competition Freak
- Dark-Skinned Redhead: Her red hair and dark skin tone makes her the most exotic-looking girl in her team.
- Edible Theme Naming: Named after a flowering plant that's widely used to flavor food and alcoholic drinks.
- Fiery Redhead: Magenta hair and a hotheaded girl. The perfect combination.
- Girlish Pigtails: She styles her hair in low-hanging twintails. While anything but girly, she's quite immature and irresponsible.
- The Lad-ette: The easiest way to describe Anise would be some kind of cross between a Space Pirate, an odd-jobswoman and a biker gal.
- Only in It for the Money: She's part of the Rune Angel Wing because she really needs money to pay off her huge debt to Mint.
- Ore Onna: She uses exclusively masculine Japanese vocabulary in her normal speech, up to and including the aggressive-masculine "Ore" to refer to herself.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red Oni to Lily's Blue Oni. Anise is lazy, loudmouthed, extremely spendthrift and basically amoral; the polar opposite of the coolheaded Lily. Bonus points for Anise having red hair and Lily having blue hair.
- Space Pirate
- Tomboyish Voice: She speaks in a low, husky voice to match her extremely tomboyish behavior and speech.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: She's butting heads with Lily often.
Voiced by: Akiko Kobayashi (JP)
Kahlua's loyal floating cat-head-thing.
- The Chew Toy: Mimolette seems to have inherited Normad's tendency to have horrible things happen to him every few minutes.
- Edible Theme Naming: Named after the cheese mimolette.
- Flying Face: Mimolette is nothing but the flying head of a cat.
- Team Pet: Like Normad in the first series, Mimolette is the pet of one of the Angels and usually hangs around the team.
Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi (JP)
The concierge of Villa Angel, the boarding house where the Rune Angel Wing lodges when not on duty. Which seems to be most of the time. Kuchen has a tendency to be theatrical and presents himself as a long-suffering nanny who has to follow after the girls and pick up the pieces of their latest catastrophe. He serves as a strong contrast to Volcott who tended to suffer in silence, but it appears he cares for the girls almost as much as his more military counterpart. Kuchen can actually be seen in several places throughout the series working odd jobs as either a man or a woman, presumably to help pay the upkeep of Villa Angel.
Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka (JP)
The girls' commanding officer. Only ever appears over a TV screen, which is sometimes zoomed in on random and not-so-random parts of her body.
Voiced by: Yuichi Nagashima (JP)
The mayor of Seldor. Appears as a CGI projection in a moving chair.
Voiced by: Atsuko Enomoto (JP)
Natsume is a representative of the Arms Alliance to EDEN. Just what the Arms Alliance is never comes up because her mission as a goodwill ambassador turns out to be nothing more than an excuse for her world tour to try out the finest cookies in the universe. After tasting some of Kuchen's cookies, she decides to stay and sets up her own personal castle and requisite island on the outskirts of the Rune Angels' home city. There she mostly keeps to herself and doesn't get involved with the girls' onscreen hijinx but she shares a cordial relationship with Nano-Nano, who sometimes comes to her garden to play.
- Antiquated Linguistics: She speaks with an archaic style of Japanese, all the way to using the archaic feminine pronoun "warawa" to refer to herself.
- Edible Theme Naming: Her name comes from the Japanese name for the Jujube fruit, a fruit which is used in the production of some confectioneries.
- Facial Markings: The flower mark in her forehead.
- Forehead of Doom: She has an impressively shiny forehead.
- Innocently Insensitive: A Running Gag in episode four has Natsume attempting to ask if Kuchen is a transvestite, but always being cut off by one of her servants.
- The Napoleon: She's tiny and prone to comedic violence towards her servants if denied what she wants, especially sweets.
- Ojou Ringlets: Two hair sidelocks curled like drills. Perfect for a princess.
- Royal Brat: She's quite haughty, demanding and won't accept anything that doesn't match her high expectations.
- Sweet Tooth: She hasn't been allowed to eat sweets in her entire life, so she's impatient to at them after eating the most delicious cooking. Episode 4 has her trying different popular cooks, but not being satisfied enough with their taste. Kuchen's cookies are the only ones that meet her expectations.
- Verbal Tic: -nano ja, a reasonably common one for royalty.
Voiced by: Fumie Mizusawa (JP)
Voiced by: Hisafumi Oda (JP)
- Demoted to Extra: He does not appear in the anime aside from two scenes despite being the protagonist of the original videogame.