Shakugan no Shana
The time has ended and all the is has ended as well. All except the sparks within. Now this world is full of hollow shells waiting for the torch to run out. For one person finds the world hasn't changed the world has ended and it's only a matter of time until the last torch burns out.
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Super Power
Based on the novel by Takahashi Yashichirou.
"ok. now i'm disturbed."
"This is my favourite premise - reality isn't quite as real as it looks and the mundane world and Wonderland are just masks for each other. I really hope I get to see the rest of this series sometime. The first episode has wetted my appetite."
"I found the storytelling in this episode disjointed and repetitive. Do we need a flashback to the entire episode in the beginning? The premise that the world has ended has been done. Just ended and there is no survivors is different. All is left is the spirits keep walking around though nothing has happen until their 'touches' burn out is unsettling. One major bonus is the character designs are more like square-ish Megatokyo style eyes. Still an series worth it's value in anyone's collection if the story telling improves from episode one."
Year Reviewed: 2005
We finish watching this series.
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