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Burst Angel: East Meets West v.3
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Following the announcement of Seis arranged marriage to a member of a rival faction, the veil drops on years of old rivalries. If you think an arranged marriage wont sit well with Sei, well, you can only imagine what Amy feels like when a hacker gets his fingers into Amys computer. Its only a matter of time before things turn violent.
Meanwhile, terrorists hijack a train and a giant bug is unleashed upon the city. All in a days work for Jo. But has even Jo met her match in Takane Katsu, an elite law dog from Osaka? These two have more in common than they realize RAPT. As RAPT sinks its teeth deeper into Tokyo, it begins to cast its eye towards Osaka. Will the city of Osaka crumble under the iron fist of RAPT? Can Sei reveal the mystery involving the siege and the mutant creature? Or will Jo go down as just another warrior slain on the battlefield of domination?
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In episodes nine and ten, the series finally moves to single episodes (in previous volumes, all the episodes are two parters). These episodes are based around the story of one of the four women on the team. The first is based on Sei, the second on Amy. Neither of these episode really progress the main plot. In episodes eleven and twelve, the characters enter into a conflict between Osaka's righteous police force and terrorists. A new character is revealed in these episodes in the name Takane, a biker-chick who wields a serrated samurai sword. Whether or not she's a permanent addition cannot be told, as the sub-plot presented in episodes eleven and twelve doesn't end until volume four of the Burst Angel series. These episodes also seem to follow the trend of Americanized Japanese animation by giving characters from Osaka a southern accent (see my review of Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi at my profile).
If you've already committed yourself to this series, I would strongly recommend that you keep up with it.Read more ›