Kekkai Sensen centers around the crime-fighting organization "Libra" and their battles in Hellsalem's Lot, formerly known as New York City. Hellsalem's Lot was created in a single night when a portal to the "Beyond" opened, and now it is a paranormal melting pot of monsters, magic, and the everyday mundane city life. It's up to Libra to prevent the horrors of this city from spreading to the outside world.
When mild-mannered Leonard Watch arrives in the city, he's inducted into Libra and things spiral out of control from there.
Unshaking, unraveling catastrophic had been almost occurs in the city of Hellsalem's Lot lies on a misfortunate guy having in a not so mundane way
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Covering up most wackiest chaotic timeless never ending destruction, however it's way more massively tense up execution build-up from every characters where highly aesthetic plus adding huge out of tone traits. By comparing between his last work about Kekkai Sensen, The sequel represents a different aspects divided into sub par mini arc which focuses much to the outskirts beyond what roots lies connects outside from the city of Hellsalem's Lot. The comedy factors are
still genuine touch as well so anyone looking for an ultra-deep or philosophical that is worth to read Rather, take this series as more of a relaxing adventure. The comedy elements ranges are even more better added with the complexity satirical routine moments involving Zapp, and Leo’s misadventures when running errands, or in general anything that seems not so ordinary. And speaking of which, there’s so many abnormal things happening in this series that mystery also plays certain roles. Leonardo’s mysterious All Seeing Eyes is also a central element of the manga even more interesting, yet very endearing all at once. The manga in fact often makes you think what may happen next and what you guess may or may not be correct. Despite the tempting flow between the concepts of West Hemisphere may down be the best enthrilling side twist from it's interior plot. About how Nightow's writing tends to us a bit more confused, He'd be able to keep the most plotholes be left out as "Anthology" by maintaining to it's current unique flaws. Unless It's Kekkai Sensen you'll never even once glimpse whether the real plot shows up but there is a symbolic meaning depicts the whole aspects of the manga.
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This is the story of a Tortoise Knight, who once fought on his own for the princess he protects, who one day was cursed by fate, forcing the knight to a standstill... Until the day he met companions who understood the burden he carries, and shared the same, unshakeable resolve as he does... And when it happened, the Knight kept moving forward, never running away, never showing any cowardice. This knight was no stranger to fear, but while some may cower away at the sight of an unstoppable force, and while the Knight may indeed stop himself for a moment... Eventually, he shall move and fight against the opposition... And though many opponents may prove too much for him, he has at least mighty allies to count on when needed: The people who, like him, keep the balance in the world. This is also the tale of Leonardo Watch, a man chosen by fate to hold the All-Seeing Eyes of God at the cost of his sister's sight... and of the allies that help him move forward in the chaos of Hellsalem's Lot: Zapp Renfro, Chain Sumeragi, Zedd O'Brien, K.K, Patrick, Neyka, Gilbert F. Altstein, Dog Hummer and Deldro Brody, "Lucky" Blitz T. Abrams, Steven A. Starphase and Klaus Von Reinherz... and the organization they belong to: LIBRA.