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Phantom: The Animation (2004)

Zwei was an ordinary person, until one day, while walking the streets a night, he witnessed a brutal assassination. He managed to avoid the sniper, a young girl named Ein, but was soon ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Doug Erholtz ...
Mafia Boss (voice)
Shô Hayami ...
Raymond McGwire (voice)
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Lizzie Garland (voice)
Kikuko Inoue ...
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Ein (voice)
Dave Mallow ...
Master Scythe (voice)
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Body Guard (voice)
Omi Minami ...
Ein (voice)
Kazuhiro Nakata ...
Scythe Master (voice)
Ai Orikasa ...
Lizzie Garland (voice)
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Takahiro Sakurai ...
Zwei (voice)
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Zwei (voice) (as David Keefir)
Steve Staley ...
Raymond McGuire (voice)
Kirk Thornton ...
Business Man (voice)
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Zwei was an ordinary person, until one day, while walking the streets a night, he witnessed a brutal assassination. He managed to avoid the sniper, a young girl named Ein, but was soon captured, and had the memories of his former life erased. He is spared death only by accepting a condition : to train to become an assassin alongside Ein. Now he must find a way to free himself from this shady world and reclaim his life once again. Written by ANN

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No place to run and nowhere to hide


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27 February 2004 (Japan)  »

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Phantom - The Animation  »

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A manga was released by Media Factory in Japan, it was written by Nitroplus and was illustrated by Masaki Hiragi. It is three volumes long and was published by May 23, 2009 - March 23, 2010. See more »

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Remade as Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom (2009) See more »

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Gekkou
by Hassy
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Awful OVA Adaptation of a classic game!
28 April 2013 | by (Faversham, England) – See all my reviews

I played the DVD Game 'Phantom of Inferno' and it was one of the greatest games I have ever played with its multi-branching storyline, its good action and its very interesting characters.

However the same cannot be said of this awful OVA adaptation of this classic game because really this is just three OVA episodes of hack, pure and simple hack! I mean they got the look of the characters of the game down but the plot was totally atrocious and save for basics like the main character being kidnapped and made into an assassin there is little resemblance to the game plot!

All in all this was a dreadful OVA! One of the worst I ever saw with its poor plot and horrendous characterisation. This is one to give a miss!


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