The Slayers (1995–2009)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Animation, Action, Adventure


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The adventures of a teenage female mage and her companions as they quest for gold and glory (especially gold).


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Creators:

Rui Araizumi, Hajime Kanzaka

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22 March 2001 | Auryn-4
Wow!
This is... beyond words! I was pretty impressed with the 1st series, but this one outdoes it in every aspect. We've got more chemistry between the characters, more powerful badguys, better animation and even funnier jokes. And best of all: the mysterious priest, Xellos! I absolutely adore that guy! "Sore wa himitsu desu. ^_^" He's so evil and sadistic, while at the same time handsome and charming with a classy style. Every time he opens his eyes it makes me shiver... they have really managed to caputure his age, wisdom and wickedness in that glance.

And the finale of the series! WOW! It really had me on the edge of my seat, heart pounding the whole time.

See this... you won't regret it!

Just one piece of advice though: see the subbed version! The english dub absolutely SUCKS SUCKS SUCKS and doesn't at all manage to capture the charm the japanese voice actors created.

/Anna

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Release Date:

17 February 2002

Language

Japanese, English


Country of Origin

Japan, USA

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