Chrono Crusade (2003–2004)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |  Animation, Action, Adventure


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The Roaring 20's a time of prosperity. Jazz is king, the Mob rules the streets, and Demons are running a mock. Enter Sister Rosette Christopher, of the Order of Magdaline, an elite group ... See full summary »

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26 June 2006 | siderite
7
| God's rules of engagement. Marriage follows.
The series evolved beautifully and I was hooked to the end. The premise, though, is a bit silly. Demons try to "take over the world, Pinky", and to do so they must follow complicated rules and rituals, like hackers trying to get into a legitimate system. People of faith (mostly young sexy girls) fight with holly water and blessed machine guns against evil. The demons keep telling us that God should intervene if he is not an "absentee landlord" and by the end of the series you really begin asking why he doesn't.

The link between the main female character and Chrno, the good demon (yeah, you heard that right), is reminiscent of Inuyasha, but not so completely goofy. The main villain, in his twisted plots, seems to touch a little on Berserker. The other characters are actually filling a gap, they have no major role and are quite happy not to. Even Azmaria is just a crying child that I secretly wanted dead from the middle of the series. She has this magic ability to revive people, but doesn't really use it.

In the end, even if the last episode concludes the story and is very sad, one kinda gets bored with all the mystical mambo jumbo. If you are a god, then probably a detailed and complicated story is for you (God is in the details, they say), but for us humans, getting the point is kind of important.

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