As doom becomes imminent, Iron Girl is convinced to stay and protect the villagers from the evil Crazy Dogs. The heroine endears herself to the entire community by training them to fight, and allowing them to see her nude. The initial attacks by the Crazy Dogs are repelled with ease by our lady and the newly trained villagers. Crazy Joe's girlfriend, Catherine, decides she wants Iron Girl as a play-toy, and devises a plan to capture her. Clad in black, armed with a whip, Catherine is able to string up Iron Girl and inflict a beating upon her. Will the villagers come to Iron Girl's aid? Now stripped of her power, Catherine owns Iron Girl, and Iron Girl is getting mad. As Crazy Joe plots to annihilate the village, Iron Girl must regain her strength, break free of her bondage, and kick some but. We are treated to a nice cat-fight between Catherine and Iron Girl (see picture above).
The mysterious stranger rides into town and saves the good people from evil crime lords. This theme is so successful in westerns, however, is also adopted in this film. Ms. Asuka is beautiful in portraying the title role, and a fascinating back-story centers on the heroine desperately trying to remember who she is and where she came from. "Iron Girl" begs for a sequel, and I for one would rather see Kirara Asuka on the silver screen than Robert Downey, Jr. The DVD is reasonably priced on Amazon.com, so treat yourself to a fetish from Japan.