2 of 13 episodes seen
Anyway, the coolest aspect is that the protagonist, Sakura Sakurakouji has already focused on Rei Ogami as her own personal antagonist. The dynamic this implies just sets the stage for conflict between the two main actors through out the series. With Rei having to monitor Sakura and Sakura monitoring Rei, for her own personal reasons, plenty of trouble is bound to ensue.
Rei's job makes the story interesting in that as an assassin does he really have any morality left. The dark persona displayed in his job life and the good persona portrayed in school are defining traits for a skilled assassin but it calls into question which is his real state of being. This for me makes me want to watch it, plus the interjection of Sakura into his world
is like the icing on the cake because it just throws a virtual monkey wrench into his plans.
With seemingly spot on voice acting, good graphical quality, and possibly really good dynamic interaction, I'm definitely keeping my eye on this anime. Let's hope it doesn't disappoint. I recommend this one as a good one to check out. read more
7 of 12 episodes seen
Overall, the story just seems too rushed and not completely thought through on many elements. It's a decent watch but don't get your hopes up on being a spectacular anime...at least not yet. The ending could be rather epic...maybe. read more
1 of 12 episodes seen
The artwork is excellent, in my opinion, and the characters are promising if you haven't already read the manga. I feel any Detective Conan fan will really enjoy this expansion should it continue, which I hope it does. It really does open up a new direction for everyone to enjoy.