Cast & Seiyuu:
Benitora - Seki Toshihiko
Animation - There are too many characters in this anime, without proper focus on each one of them. Take Yuya for example. In the first episode, she was that bounty hunter who's looking for demon eyes kyo and as well as the murderer of his brother. She carries a very old-fashioned gun and has a cool way of using it. But then, as the story goes on, she turned from bounty hunter to a pitiful storyteller and in the end, she didn't even know who killed her brother [although of course we all have assumptions ourselves]. Some characters were wasted. Wasted in the sense that they just disappeared after being defeated and we didn't know what happened to them afterwards. The anime has forced drama. I especially laughed one time when Kyo was fighting this big guy and a little girl. In the middle of the battle, the little girl died and this awful big guy cried a river. I mean, get a grip. They were all watching them silently as if a fight has never started. This is truly pathetic.
The designs mainly are of course, exceptionally good. The face fits the attitude, and our warriors have their own weapons. Even I had a difficult time choosing which one looks best *blushes*. Even old Muramasa himself is suich a bishie. =p
Story and Plot - 26 episodes. Different enemies everyday, Kyo and Kyoshiro struggling to surface from one body and Yuya, the storyteller. Sometimes there are battles that are good, sometimes there aren't. It's total mix-up. The story goes beyond the plot.
Music - Of course, Rock backgrounds. Very good.
Enjoyment - mysterious and gripping, although there are downs here and there. It's not that good, but not that bad either.
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