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Witchblade - TV Anime (2006) Horror Movie Review

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Witchblade - TV Anime (2006)

Sought by the greed of Men since the dawn of Humankind, but only bestowed upon the woman whose fate it forever scars – The Witchblade. Is it the Righteous Sword of God, of the Hand of the Devil Himself? Now a new bearer has been chosen and she must discover the answers for herself. As she stands on the brink of destiny, she is forced to seek the balance between ecstasy and ruin…

Masane Amaha is a woman on the fringe of society, bouncing rootless from town to town with her daughter, Rihoko. She struggles to build a life for her family, with no memory of the past and no clue as to what the future holds. But upon their arrival back in Tokyo forces conspire to separate parent from child, unleashing the fury of the Witchblade. The young mother will find herself conscripted into the service of the Doji Group and hunted down by the emissaries of the NSWF, all while seeking to balance the weight of this forced duality.

Over 135 minutes of Extras!:

Japanese Cast InterviewsA Tour of Top Cow Studios with Marc SilvestriHow to Create a Comic Book the Top Cow WayThe Witchblade Forged – Parts. 1-3Top Cow Studio Tour OuttakesColoring a Comic Book PageThe Early Days of Image ComicsThe Top Cow Staff Talks about ComicsExperiences in Japan / Other Top Cow FranchisesCrossing into Other MediaTextless Songs

Synopsis:

In order to protect her daughter, a young single mother is forced to fight after acquiring a powerful ancient weapon.

About Witchblade - TV Anime (2006)

Title: Witchblade - TV Anime
Year: 2006
Starring: Mark Stoddard, Jamie Marchi, Cherami Leigh
Runtime: 30 minutes
Director: Yoshimitsu Ôhashi
Reviewer:
Score: 2.5 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Reviews: 5.
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Action, Drama, Adventure, Animation



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