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02 August 2007

Witchblade



Since i accidentally watched this series a few days ago till end, i might as give some reviews x)

This story mostly is about a girl which has the ability to morph herself to a some sort of monster a.k.a witchblade. The witchblade is an item that being said as an ancient weapon to fight evil that have been pass generation to generations to the selected girl. The earth at that time just being stuck by an unknown incident that caused mass destruction (later you will know what the original cause). Due to the incident, mankind birth rate is declining. So a certain organization is taking an action to secure all the small kids to be put under their care until they are ready to walk on their own.

But of course that is not their real reason to forcefully adopt a child. Later you will know what they are doing to the children. As for our main character, Masane Amaha a.k.a masamune that being voiced by Mamiko Noto (Tsukamoto Yakumo in School Rumble, Nodoka Miyazaki in Negima) woke up during the incident with a small kid beside her. Later she decided to adopt the girl to becomes her own child. They will have to gone through several hardships along the way.

So my conclusion is, this anime is worth to watch. The ending also is quite touching =)


Whew, done with the review, now back to my revision, got 2 test on friday and monday next week x_____x

Ciao~

5 comments:

Talking Maou Cookie! said...

ehem... back to watching KKM you mean? What is this studying nonsense? :P

Heaven's Cloud said...

Studying is nonsense? o_o

*burns the cookie* xp

KKM no more =(

Talking Maou Cookie of Madness! said...

Yes, studying is nonsense. XD I am doing my best to be a good influence on you. A good ANIME influence that is. XD Now drop those books and watch some anime!

Heaven's Cloud said...

Hahahaha... too bad, i'm not easy to be influenced by a cookie xp

COOOOOOKIE! said...

Hmm.. your loss. That means you miss out on great anime! Conraddo should listen to Maou more. ^_~

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