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Jigoku Shoujo Futakomori

Alternative Titles

English: Hell Girl: Two Mirrors
Synonyms: Hell Girl 2, Hell Girl Futakomori, Hell Girl Second Cage, Hell Girl: The Two Prisoners, Jigoku Shoujo: Futagomori
Japanese: 地獄少女 二籠


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 7, 2006 to Apr 7, 2007
Premiered: Fall 2006
Broadcast: Saturdays at 19:30 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Original
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 8.011 (scored by 48,493 users)
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Ranked: #5622
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Popularity: #946
Members: 111,109
Favorites: 660


The second season of Jigoku Shoujo retains the same dark and moody elements of the original JG even as it explores the interaction between Ai and those who seek her services. This forging of bonds between doomed supernatural females and humans is also very present in the latter episodes of Vampire Princess Miyu. Jigoku Shoujo Futamori reveals a deeper kinship between Ai and Miyu, firmly establishing them as kindred spirits.  
report Recommended by Nocturnal
A Supernatural gil who gants wishes, in exchange for someting improtant of equal valu in xxxHolic, and your soul which will be sent to hell after you die in Jigoku Shoujo 
report Recommended by underMebius
this isent a sit down anime and watch all of the ep this anime is the kid you watch one or 2 aday or this will get boreing fast 
report Recommended by toxiclollypops
Both contain episodic stories and feature a main character cast heavily tied to death and the underworld, and judgement.  
report Recommended by gum_rummy
hell girl avenges people jigoku suchhin is similar to death note 
report Recommended by melekalien
Boogiepop Phantom and Jigoku Shoujo deal with people in extreme situations and mysterious entities with a dubious role within the narrative. BP's plot is extremely confusing, with episodes retelling the same event and doses of introspective speculation; while JS is considerably easier to follow, with a mostly episodic structure. They share a very dark mood and are pessimistic for the most part: these series are a window into insanity and its devastating effects; the supernatural elements are fully incorporated in acute human dilemmas. 
report Recommended by requimcompany123
-people who are cornered and have to turn to paranormal for relief. -which in turn only causes huge huge. HUGE. problems for society. -we're talking, freaky freaky escalation -there's also a poor heroic truth seeker 
report Recommended by toutseul
Both of them have lots of gore and psychologic drama in them, that makes them great, and you'll get hooked up with the story! 
report Recommended by _Ahkemi_
JSF and KnK have a lot in common. Both have stunning production values, and are downright beautiful to watch. Also, both have excessively tsundere main characters (Enma Ai and Saiki, respectively). Both deal with the supernatural and hauntings, as well. 
report Recommended by brachydonger
Both of them concentrate about death. Jigoku Shoujo is sending people to hell and in Shigofumi you recive letters from dead people. Both tells not only about main characters but also about random people and their problems, for example bullying. Jigoku Shoujo has every episodes in creepy climat, Shigofumi has half of episodes like this. 
report Recommended by Yuki-Shiyami
Both have 'Monster of the Week' themes. In Jigoku Shoujo, the main characters either capture the bad guys or the good guys. It all depends on the grudge of the one who pulls the red string. 
report Recommended by suzumehime
Both series have similar structures; each series have small stories with minor characters that do not heavily feature the main protagonists until the end. Death is a recurring theme in both series. 
report Recommended by lordblackness88