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Baccano!

Baccano!

Alternative Titles

English: Baccano!
Japanese: バッカーノ!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 27, 2007 to Nov 2, 2007
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 8.641 (scored by 91556 users)
Ranked: #562
Popularity: #51
Members: 170,548
Favorites: 8,779
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top anime page.

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Popular Tags

action adventure comedy fantasy mafia shounen

Synopsis

During the early 1930s in Chicago, the transcontinental train, Flying Pussyfoot, is starting its legendary journey that will leave a trail of blood all over the country. At the same time in New York, the ambitious scientist Szilard and his unwilling aide Ennis, are looking for missing bottles of the immortality elixir. In addition, a war between the mafia groups is getting worse. On board the Advena Avis, in 1711, alchemists are about to learn the price of immortality.

Based on the award winning light novels of the same name, this anime adaptation follows several events that initially seem unrelated, both in time and place, but are part of a much bigger story—one of alchemy, survival and immortality. Merging these events together are the kindhearted would-be thieves, Isaac and Miria, connecting various people, all of them with their own hidden ambitions and agendas, and creating lifelong bonds and consequences for everyone involved.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

Related Anime

Adaptation: Baccano!
Sequel: Baccano! Specials
Character: Durarara!!, Durarara!! Specials

Characters & Voice Actors

Ennis
Ennis
Main
Kobayashi, Sanae
Japanese
Kobayashi, Sanae
Palencia, Brina
English
Palencia, Brina
Avaro, Maiza
Avaro, Maiza
Main
Miyamoto, Mitsuru
Japanese
Miyamoto, Mitsuru
Hennigan, Sean
English
Hennigan, Sean
Dian, Isaac
Dian, Isaac
Main
Onosaka, Masaya
Japanese
Onosaka, Masaya
Tatum, J. Michael
English
Tatum, J. Michael
Gandor, Luck
Gandor, Luck
Main
Koyasu, Takehito
Japanese
Koyasu, Takehito
Liebrecht, Jason
English
Liebrecht, Jason

Staff

Cook, Justin
Producer
Harp, Clarine
Producer
Omori, Takahiro
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Sound Director



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May 18, 2008
TheCriticsClub
Every so often an anime comes along that isn't afraid to challenge the conventions by which a story is told. Too often, despite being noteworthy or groundbreaking, these shows can fail due to poor animation, lackluster characters, or a marked failure in plot development. In other words, they get so caught up in being unconventional that they sacrifice the other, more important aspects.

Thankfully, Baccano! is not one of those.

Animation

Baccano! maintains a very high standard of animation throughout its entirety. Brains Base made good use of color to heighten the effect of the more dramatic moments in the show. The animation quality is particularly noteworthy considering read more
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Jun 11, 2008
Ranivus
Throughout my childhood, I wasn't really much into movies or the whole moving picture theater idea when I was young. I was more into video games and playing outside. All that changed when i watched a certain movie called Reservoir Dogs. At first, I was only into it simply because of the blood and violence. But further throughout my multiple viewings, I realized that the story and acting was also a big part of my fascination to this particular film. Then a few years after that another movie created by the same person came out called Pulp Fiction. This was done in the same read more
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Recommendations

Same author, same studio. Both animes focus on various characters from the underworld -- criminals, violent gangs and misfits -- with splashes of the occult and the supernatural but set in a thoroughly modern society not unlike ours. While Baccano! had immortals and mysterious elixirs propelling the story along, Durarara! has a dullahan, which according to Irish myths, is a headless rider. Like Baccano!, Durarara! is told by an all-seeing narrator, populated by a large cast, and initially seems very scattered in terms of its storyline but should begin to make sense the more episodes you see.
Both of them are themed around Jazz and Blues. Both animes display alot of martial arts and gunplay. Definetily check out Baccano! if you loves Cowboy Bebop!

Opening Theme

"Gun's & Roses" by Paradise Lunch

Ending Theme

"Calling" by Oda Kaori

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