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The animation is fluid and graceful, especially in the action sequences such as swordfights.
The only voice I don't like as much is Robespierre (who isn't in this volume anyway), and he is getting better.
The art is well done, and the music is orchestrated perfectly to fit the drama of the events and the times.
A man obsessed with his sisters murder. A man possessed by his murdered sister.
Perhaps one of the most ambitious anime series yet, welcome to the anime Le Chevalier... Read more
I am in the middle of watching the series and looking forward to the next 2 volumes.
I will simply add my "me too" in regards the beauty of the animation and the dense... Read more
In 18th century France, the era of King Louis XV, d'Eon de Beaumont, a member of the secret police is investigating a series of disappearances of young women. Read morePublished on April 23, 2007 by Keith A. Jones
It's strange that I like this one. I don't really like French period movies, about the only one I did like was Vatel. But this anime seems to work. Read morePublished on April 9, 2007 by Hillarie Norrie