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Momiji Fujimiya was just an ordinary girl until she learns the hard way about her lineage as the next opponent of supernatural demons who threaten her world when those monsters try to kill her. With the help of a boy called Kusanagi, who cursed to be a superpowerful bodyguard for her, she escapes but not before she is implanted with special crystal called a Blue Seed that allows her to detect the creatures' presence. To protect her and satisfy her demands to help find this menace, she is allowed to join a special government team assembled to fight these monsters. Together, they wage an ongoing war to protect Earth from the supernatural horrors that threaten it. Written by
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I must always say, when dealing with anime, that it's an acquired taste. Not everyone enjoys it; some folks down right despise it. But if you enjoy it, well, this is a high quality piece of action/sci-fi. The american dub is pretty horrendous at spots, and it's a touch gory, but if you can haul through 26 episodes (and that doesn't count the movies), you'll have experienced quite a story line. It'd be a cardinal sin to spoil it here. ;) Oh, and hang on at the end of each tape for the Omake Theatre. A series what spoofs itself...amazin' stuff!
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