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Knight Hunters 

Weißkreuz (original title)
Means white cross from German, the series consist in 4 assassins "Aya, Yoji, Ken, and Omi", which one has an unique way of fighting, Aya - katana, Yoji - strings, ken - metal claws, omi - ... See full summary »
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1998  

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Minato Ayase Minato Ayase ...  Ouka Sakaki (1998) unknown episodes
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Means white cross from German, the series consist in 4 assassins "Aya, Yoji, Ken, and Omi", which one has an unique way of fighting, Aya - katana, Yoji - strings, ken - metal claws, omi - projectiles, they belong to the group Weiß (white) commanded by an mysterious person called "persia" which send them into missions "drug rings, terrorist factions, and the like". As the story roles they find somehow that the ones they fought are connected to an important and prominent clan, the takatori family. They will fight against it to put and end once and for all to this notorious Japanese clan. Written by ricardo cardoso

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assassin | violence | anime | See All (3) »

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Japan

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Japanese

Release Date:

8 April 1998 (Japan) See more »

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Weisskreuz See more »

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Color
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Quotes

Yôji Kudô: You know, Omi, those sites are illegal if you're under 18.
Omi Tsukiyono: ...what the hell are you talking about, Yoji?
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Referenced in Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) See more »

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Lots of blood, violence, and actual character development.
5 July 1999 | by MeiranSee all my reviews

I'll admit, I've only seen through the seventh episode of a decent fansub. But it was extremely good, I highly recommend it. There's more to it than weekly assassinations and bloody deaths, each character has a complex past that is revealed slowly. While it could be considered graphic by an American not used to cartoons meant for older audiences, it's rather conservative when compared to other anime.

The animation is good, the storyline is great, the seiyuu are amazing to say the least. It's well worth the money to get a fansub.


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