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Shindou Ranmaru has just graduated from police academy and assigned to Tokki: Special Mobile Investigation Force. On the day of his graduation, he meets the half-naked girl he has been seeing in his dreams, Rokujo Sakura. It turns out she works for a secret group within Tokki, known as Tokko: Special Public Safety Task Force. Shindou ends up joining Tokko to avenge his parents' death, and solve the mystery mass murder of residents in his hometown of Machida. Bottomless pits start to appear around Japan, and mysterious creatures emerge from them, linked to the mass murder of humans.

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  • Actors: Tokko
  • Directors: Alex von David
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese, English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Manga Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 22, 2008
  • Run Time: 319 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000YDBP3E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,973 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Monsters, blood, swords and the potential destruction of the world. Good stuff!

It's also most of what "Tokko" is made up with, along with a generous amount of totally gratuitous cleavage. It's fairly funny, very violent, pretty well-written and its solidly suspenseful storyline is only marred by an ending that... isn't. Almost is, but isn't.

Five years ago, a hole appeared in front of a Machida apartment complex. Savage demonic creatures emerged and slaughtered almost everyone in the building.

Ranmaru Shindo is on his first day's duty as a cop, when his team is attacked by zombies controlled by demon larvae. They're only saved by the intervention of sword-wielding cops from the mysterious division, TOKKO. One of them is a childhood friend of Ranmaru's, Sakura, who has been haunting his dreams recently.

He becomes convinced that the zombies and TOKKO are connected to the Machida massacre... and the strange tattoo that's appeared on his arm. Of course, he's right -- turns out demons are flooding into our world courtesy of a shattered alchemist's box. But thanks to demon symbiotes -- like the one on Ranmaru's arm -- TOKKO is able to fight and kill them.

So naturally Ranmaru is transferred into TOKKO, and he turns out to be stronger and more skilled than anyone suspected. But his investigations into the alchemist box and the Machida massacre become more dangerous when a sinister old man becomes involved -- and Ranmaru faces losing more than his soul.

The first half of "Tokko" is a sort of detective story wrapped in supernatural trappings, but the second half is when things really heat up. Basically, the whole world will be devoured by demons unless our heroes stop them... except they have demons in their own bodies. What a mess.
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I'm not sure I can recommend this. There is a lot that is very accomplished about this set. The animation is expertly done, the voices are well performed, the story is interesting, but..., there are some problems. It attempts to be "frightening" and ultimately doesn't do very well there. The characters "try" to be endearing, but you don't end up caring very much about any of them. And the set ends with a story that makes no clear revelation as to what happened to bring it to an end. There's a climactic battle between good and evil, and no clear understanding of who won, and never any real answers in the story as to why the things that happen are happening. I did not find the "monsters" to be very impressive. Sort of mundane looking and uninteresting. A lot of blood is shed, but it doesn't seem very realistic. This set of episodes was interesting enough to hold my attention through to the end, but I will not watch it again. I don't think it's entertaining enough to be re-watchable.

- Mike S.
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From the imaginative mind of Tori Fujisawa comes Tokko to TV sets around the world.

Tokko takes viewers into the world of Shindou Ranmaru, a newly minted investigator from the Police Academy with a disturbing fantasy world. If it's not his prancing in her lingerie sister, the half naked dream girl, or the wave of mass murders that invades his dream life, he is one mal adjusted cop. As a young man, his family and an entire apartment complex was murdered in Machida, leaving one other witness. Haunting his dreams, the half-naked girl (Rokujo Sakura) turns up at head quarters as part of Tokko, the secret division of Tokki. Unlike regular cops, their weapons are swords with no mercy. Transferring his dream life to reality, he forges a friendship with her and begins to understand the forces that terminated thousands of people in Machida.

Tokko focuses on the appearance of mysterious bottomless holes that lead to murders and `possessions' that turn the victims into zombies that threated the whole city. That's where Tokko comes in. Their function is to battle the invaders from beneath, no matter what the cost.

I must say, Tokko is a fascinating look at the life of Shindou and the forces that pursue him during his life. `Awakening' is a first class episode that draws you into the next, and the next, and so on. Packed with adventure, interesting characters from the slacker rookies, the beautiful Rokujo Sakura, the explosive head of division one, Kurkida, his volupterous sister, and the Elite division, the Tokki. It is addicting, with 22 minute segments designed to run into one another as one continious production. Perhaps that is next.

Tokko is classy, from art to script. It has the mysterious, `buy me, watch me' factor that so many productions lack. Congratulations Manga.com, you have a winner.

Look for Tokko at your local video dealer, comic book store, or online at [...]

Tim Lasiuta
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I had to order the rest of the series after watching only 2 episodes on the Sci-Fi channels ani-Mondays. I'm glad I did, I love the story and characters! Its not ground breaking anime by any means but it still ranks high. The story is well written and so interesting it pulls you in as well as do the characters.I love anime with a sci-fi kinda plot and this is just that.It starts when all but a few of the people that live in an apartment complex are brutally murdered,the few survivors slowly come together through the aid of a police women and discover how and why they survived.They also learn of powers each one possess allowing them to destroy the phantoms, we later find out their called that killed their friends and families.Inside these phantoms are puzzle pieces they need to collect before the world is taken over(a little dramatic but it works!)and soon discover there's a small problem, each one of them have a piece of the puzzle inside themselves so in order save the world they have to sacrifice their own lives!
The only complaint is that I don't know if their going to make any more series. I heard talk that the producers are trying to convince the creator of the series to write again but she(I think its a she?)is currently working on new projects.There's so much more to the story that was left unanswered then answered which we all know happens a lot in anime but I don't think its right to leave fans hanging.If you buy it and like it we can only hope for future series! enjoy
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