Witches exist, and it is the mysterious organization STNJ's job to hunt them down. Robin is a recent trainee who joins up, and begins unravelling the secrets of both the witches and STNJ...
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Series cast summary:
Akeno Watanabe Akeno Watanabe ...  Robin Sena 26 episodes, 2002
Steve Blum ...  Akio Kurosawa 26 episodes, 2002
Paul St. Peter ...  Hiroshi Honma / ... 26 episodes, 2002
Karen Strassman ...  Chie / ... 26 episodes, 2002
Takuma Takewaka Takuma Takewaka ...  Amon 24 episodes, 2002
Jun Fukuyama ...  Haruto Sakaki 23 episodes, 2002
Kaho Kôda Kaho Kôda ...  Miho Karasuma 23 episodes, 2002
Hiro Yûki Hiro Yûki ...  Michael Lee 16 episodes, 2002
Kyôko Hikami ...  Yurika Dojima 15 episodes, 2002
Tony Oliver ...  Custodian / ... 10 episodes, 2002
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Witches exist, and it is the mysterious organization STNJ's job to hunt them down. Robin is a recent trainee who joins up, and begins unravelling the secrets of both the witches and STNJ...

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Near the beginning of "No Way Out" the text on Zaizen's terminal reads (in part) "1) INSERT IDENTIFICATION CARD 2) PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING 'Hi My Name is *****. My Voice Is My Passport. Verify Me." This is the same phrase used in the movie "Sneakers" (1992) for the identity scan at the PlayTronics building. Also the text on the screen descrambles in the same way as in the film. See more »

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Chief Kosaka: Everyone was missing so I figured you were up to something sneaky!
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Featured in AMV Hell 3: The Motion Picture (2005) See more »

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Shell
(Opening theme)
Performed by Bana
Music and arrangement by Hideyuki "Daichi" Suzuki
Lyrics by Hitomi Mieno
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Heading into the future?
10 December 2004 | by PuddleminiSee all my reviews

Despite the monotony of the first couple of episodes ( the first 7 episodes are about capture and action without any depth) this has been remarkably refreshing.

Each and every character is created with some reality and several of the most well written mysterious characters are all bunched into this show of excitement, fact, fiction and a tremendous amount of action.

Just to name two...

Robin: Named after the king of witches must be the least annoying heroines/heroes of the anime lot and with her supposed innocence it is hard to believe she in caught up in such devious acts.

Amon: Even though nothing is remotely known about him and his actions are hard to determine he is the ideal cool punk guy, which makes you wishing for the next episode.

Yes, yes this is about witches and hunters but the cliché exterior fools many. The twists turns and unexplainable reasoning in this series makes you wanting more. 8/10


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16 February 2004 (USA) See more »

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Witch Hunter Robin See more »

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