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Christopher Corey Smith
Burst Angel is a mix of all the unwanted and over used anime ideas smashed into one, which much to everyone's surprise turned out great.
Now to those oblivious Burst Angel fans who try to convince the rest of us that Jo and Meg are just "Good Friends" I suggest that you look it up on the computer because it's in the Yuri category, and just in case you don't know Yuri means lesbian.
Also it must be said that Burst Angel is in no way anything like Charlie's Angels. Get over it.
One last thing Burst Angel is styled after a western so some people will have western sounding accents.
If you think the whole concept is stupid don't go out of your way to discredit the series, just don't watch.
If you like Westerns, Big Robots, and a lot of action Burst Angel is right for you.
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