El Cazador de la Bruja is magic.
In the final few episodes, we learn the significance behind the name and the agenda of Project Leviathan, come to understand and perhaps sympathize with LA more than we could have expected. We learn to like “Blue Eyes” and feel affection for Ricardo and his foster daughter, Lirio.
We watch Ellis change and watch her change Nadie.
Above all things, we watch them come to understand that they are far more than traveling companions to one another.
The climax of the show is ridiculously trite and overdone and sappy, and we don’t care. Why don’t we care? “When you have that sparkle in your eyes, that’s the Nadie I love.”
Ellis FTW.(I mean that in the old-school biker usage, not the new fan usage.)
El Cazador de la Bruja FTW. (This time I mean it in the fan way.)
What a great series. Now I finally have all three of Bee Train’s “Girls with guns on the run” series. Time for a mega-marathon. ^_^
Art – 7
Story – 9
Characters – 9
Yuri – 8
Service – 2
Overall – 9
One more time with feeling – thanks to Okazu Superhero Amanda M. for sponsoring today’s review!