Kyosuke Date is stabbed by his mother and left for dead. He is buried alive, but is soon dug up by a mysterious girl. He searches for answers about why he was stabbed, looks for a long lost... See full summary »
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 Shiro Mibu 13 episodes, 2001
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 Komugi Nakahara 13 episodes, 2001
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 Kyosuke Date 13 episodes, 2001
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 Richard Vincent 10 episodes, 2001
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 Yui Kirihara 9 episodes, 2001
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 Mio Date / ... 8 episodes, 2001
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 Maya Misaki 6 episodes, 2001
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Kyosuke Date is stabbed by his mother and left for dead. He is buried alive, but is soon dug up by a mysterious girl. He searches for answers about why he was stabbed, looks for a long lost sister, and tries to find answers to why he transforms into a Soul Taker. Written by grossly

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Stylized show with some substance
27 September 2003 | by (My room.) – See all my reviews

At 13 episodes, SoulTaker is a short series and benefits from excellent animation quality. The series is very cryptic up until the last few episodes and why many will end up confused after the first 2 volumes, I enjoyed them all. The characters are all fun and interesting and while this isn't the best anime series around, give it a try, its got that goth/horror/sci-fi elements mixed with the classic styled transformed-superhero action popular in the 80's.


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