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|Another terrorist attack rocks that city and grips the citizens with fear. But the girls won't be saving Tokyo this time: they've been de-commissioned. The truth behind Jo's existence is revealed and nothing seems to be the same. Meanwhile, Maria awaits the final battle she was originally programmed for.|
It'll be Angel vs. Angel as Maria and Jo face off in the ultimate fight of their lives. Meanwhile, Sei devises a plan to destroy not only RAPT, but the dominance it has commanded over Tokyo. All she has to do is reassemble the team to do it.
Contains episodes 21-24: New Sheriff in Town, Genocide Angels, Red Sea Gallows, and Angels, Explode!
"...a series that holds my attention from start to finish... C. Nash, DVD Outsider
"...that rare anime that manages to succeed on every level; Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi, and Drama. Dave Halverson, Play Magazine
"Clean out your guns, dust off your mecha, 'cause this is one explosive experience you don't want to miss. Mitchell Hattaway, DVD Verdict
"...a dizzying mix of spaghetti western, comedy, adventure and giant-robot action. NewType USA
Editor's NoteThe genre-bending anime series Burst Angel blends sci-fi, action, comedy, and even a touch of spaghetti Western into a thrilling girls-with-guns confection. In futuristic Tokyo, a new law that allows citizens to openly carry guns has actually led to an increase in crime, and a shadowy organization known as RAPT (Recent Armed Police of Tokyo) actively encourages violence in order to profit from the chaos. Into this anarchic milieu stride a quartet of scantily clad young women named Jo, Sei, Amy, and Meg, who attempt to bring a sense of order and justice to the lawless land with their gunslinging ways and leather chaps. Violent and sexy, this sixth volume continues the anime series with four more episodes.
|David Haynes - Writer|
|Fumihiko Shimo - Writer|
|Greg Ayres - Voice Of|
|Koichi Ohata - Director|
|Luci Christian - Voice Of|
|Masara Nishida - Original Music By|
|Monica Rial - Voice Of|
|Sean Teague - Voice Of|
Origins and wrapups12/12/2012
I absolutely love all kinds of anime. What i liked about this one was that it was more laid back. I didn't get sucked into it like I normally would with a drama series. It was a fun anime to watch. However, this last DVD was weird. I loved all the episodes up to 23, but 24 was just kinda strange to me. The ending will leave you totally clueless lol. I was kind of mad but at the same time I thought it was funny.