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The year is 2016. The place is New Port City. The Tank Police are still waging a desperate war on crime, and their tactics are still highly questionable. Mayor Weatherby is trying to pass a bill banning certain weapons from the city, which makes her a target of the Dai Nippon Geiken Corporation, who are now manufacturing mobile weapons that even the Tank Police may not be able to stop. Dai Nippon Geiken is also connected with the murder of Leona Ozaki's former partner, Charon Ishira, making the battle all the more personal for the Tank Police's number one officer, who will stop at nothing to avenge her partner. But can she pay the high price revenge calls for?Written by
Dealing with the punks in the only way that they can understand.
Sequel series to "Dominion: Tank Police", both based on the cult series created by Masamuni Shirow, reassembles Leona, Al, Britain, the Chief, Specs (now called Four Eyes), Chaplain (now called Reverend or "Rev"), and the cat sisters Anna & Uni Puma to do battle with an evil corporation that's up to no good with heavily armed weapons. And how does the death of Leona's old partner Sharon figure into all this?
Not quite as manic or blackly comic as "Dominion: Tank Police" and not as darkly lit either, this is still a fun and funny entry in the Anime cannon. The humor is more harmless slapstick here than it was in the first series (no tying thugs to spinning wheels while throwing knives at him and stuffing a live grenade in his mouth). Some of the English voice cast were replaced, some for the better, some for the worst, and others with no real noticeable difference.
I kind of preferred the darker, harder edge animation of the first series, but I enjoy this one too partly because I love the concept, characters and the fact that this one got to finish it's storyline.
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