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Director: Susumo Kudo
Running Time: 65 Minutes
Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion is part two of an anime trilogy based on a series of novels by Tow Ubukata, which focus on Rune, a 15 year old prostitute given the option to be brought back to life as a government agent, after a brutal attack. The first film Mardock Scramble: The First Compression was an interesting film, but lacked an engaging story and was mostly made up of explanatory dialogue. Does the second outing prove any better?
The main reason to watch the Mardock Scramble films is because of the stunning animation. It is absolutely gorgeous in just about every sense of the word. The colours are bold and bright at times, but the animators also know how to construct memorable shading. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Fans of the heroic demon-hunting antics of brothers Sam and Dean Winchester in television's "Supernatural" should be happy to hear that the anime adaptation Supernatural: The Animated Series will be making its way to UK DVD shelves this May 27th courtesy of Warner Bros.
Read on for the skinny -- though Bobby would probably still disapprove.
Having lost their mother, Mary, under mysterious paranormal circumstances at an early age, young Sam and Dean Winchester are raised by their father, who, driven by revenge, becomes an obsessive hunter and destroyer of supernatural creatures and entities. Years later, when their father mysteriously disappears and Sam’s girlfriend is killed in similar circumstances as their mother, the Winchester brothers follow in their father’s footsteps, traveling the back roads, highways and byways of America in search of answers and vengeance. It is a journey that brings them face-to-face with unimaginable horrors, »
2 items from 2013
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