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Jormungand: Perfect Order

Jormungand: Perfect Order

Alternative Titles

English: Jormungand Season 2: Perfect Order
Japanese: ヨルムンガンド PERFECT ORDER

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 10, 2012 to Dec 26, 2012
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 8.091 (scored by 30570 users)
Ranked: #4282
Popularity: #650
Members: 52,508
Favorites: 227
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Synopsis

A ruthless arms dealer on a quixotic quest for world peace. A child soldier born into chaotic conflict. Their lives will intertwine as they journey together through the seedy underbelly of the world's arms market.

(Source: FUNimation)

Related Anime

Adaptation: Jormungand
Prequel: Jormungand, Jormungand: Perfect Order - First Stage Soushuuhen

Characters & Voice Actors

Hekmatyar, Koko
Hekmatyar, Koko
Main
Itou, Shizuka
Japanese
Itou, Shizuka
Munoz, Anastasia
English
Munoz, Anastasia
Mar, Jonathan
Mar, Jonathan
Main
Solusod, Micah
English
Solusod, Micah
Tamura, Mutsumi
Japanese
Tamura, Mutsumi
Mao
Mao
Supporting
Seitz, Patrick
English
Seitz, Patrick
Shinomiya, Gou
Japanese
Shinomiya, Gou
Lutz
Lutz
Supporting
Hatano, Wataru
Japanese
Hatano, Wataru
Ayres, Greg
English
Ayres, Greg

Staff

Motonaga, Keitarou
Director
Ebina, Yasunori
Sound Director
Sasajima, Keiichi
Storyboard
Kurosaki, Maon
Theme Song Performance, Theme Song Lyrics



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Mar 29, 2015
riri9
If you don't like to feel CONFLICTED, not because of the issues the anime raises, but of the anime itself, DON'T WATCH THIS ONE!

I watched both seasons in like, 3 days! It's pretty engrossing with all the gun fights and the cool background setting. It seems realistic, but don't get too into it, because in the end, it's all fiction.

I was having a hard time trying to understanding why I didn't like it as much as when I first started watching it. The ending, for me, wasn't satisfying at all. It really was underwhelming with all the hype it had built up (especially towards read more
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May 10, 2013
Samjoko
I'm going to make this short and simple.

The character development was prize the for the show. It's not easy selling weapons, knowing that your life is actually on the line and that you are considered a merchant of death.Some arms dealers do for the money, some do it for the fame, but Koko does it for World Peace. Arms dealing might not be the greatest idea for world peace, and can be considered downright hypocrisy, but Koko's work is based on necessary evil, where evil deeds must be done into order for good to arise.

As for other protagonist, Jonah, he travels and protects read more
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Oct 28, 2014
Emperormin3
Scoring Preconditions: While I rate all parts, the overall score takes in most consideration from story, character, and enjoyment. Art and sound are not factors in the overall, although they can slightly enhance or detract from enjoyment portion. I score from as unbiased a view as possible and I view it in a critical sense, not in a simple enjoyment sense. Thus I give at most a one point overall bonus for enjoyment. Story and characters matter most. I will state exceptions to this rule depending on the anime.

Summary: I felt the premise of the anime was weak from the get go. For those who read more
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Apr 30, 2013
Colonel_Mustard
TL;DR - Jormungand: PO is a good anime

The crazy hijinks and bold plans with Koko and company continue in the sequel to Jormungand. How does the second coming of Jormungand fare? I’m here to tell you that it’s better this time around. How do you improve Jormungand’s formula, you ask? You make it more focused. Spoilers for the first season finale below.

So, Koko and her friends are still roaming the world and everything is swell. Oh wait, no it’s not. The story takes place right after the end of the previous one. R is a double agent who is spying on Koko for the CIA; read more
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Recommendations

* = CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS

-Both of these anime deal with the theme of trying to be as equal or greater than god

-Also deals with the sense making the world a better place to live in.

-Using violence in order to stop violence is quite present in both anime

*Death Note deals with killing criminals to achieve the goal and in Jormungand stopping all wars by shutting down the skies

*In order to achieve these goals, Light uses a death note while Koko uses satellites and a quantum computer
Everything comes together in the end. Events happened during the series seems unrelated, but there's something in them that reveals a much bigger scheme at the end.

Baccano! is a much better series to watch though, honestly. At least it won't let you hanging. So if you're reading this from Baccano!'s side, my bad. It shows up both ways. Shikatanaimon.
reportRecommended by riri9 - Add to favorites
"I'll be here sitting on my couch with my bud, eating popcorn while watching every man in this world kill each other" Casper Hekmatyar & Johan Liebert

But on a serious note though if you like shows with characters that has counter-idealistic human nature you should try one or the other.
Both of the protagonists (Lelouch/Koko) are young and very clever people who portray themselves as villains, using illicit methods in order to obtain world peace. The motivations to obtain their goals seem to depend, more or less, on some younger companions (Nunnally/Jonah). Both anime also involve lots of violence and strategies to execute their plans.
If you loved Koko, her madness, power, and fearless nature. You will love two hands from Black lagoon.
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Both are sequels/continuation of their respective previous seasons, both with the emphasis of macro-military warfare and power struggles between factions and countries.

Opening Theme

"UNDER/SHAFT" by Maon Kurosaki (eps 1-6, 8-12)

Ending Theme

#1: "Laterality (ラテラリティ)" by Nagi Yanagi (ep 1-2, 4-6, 8-11)
#2: "Shinjitsu no Hane (真実の羽根)" by Nagi Yanagi (ep 3)
#3: "UNDER/SHAFT" by Maon Kurosaki (ep 7)
#4: "Niji Koukai (虹航海)" by Caoli Cano (ep 12)

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