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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Bizzare Future

    In a faroff future, Earth is covered with monsters and humans are considered an endangered species. There are several monsters and demons that cannot let go of the past and are considered outlaws when they come into contact with humans, often threatening them. There are, however, an organization of "furries" that operate as bounty hunters to protect both humans and monsters. The main bounty hunters are Natsuki, a catgirl who is something of a minor-expert with some little girl charm, and Bentanan, her werewolf superior who she developes a relationship with very quickly. Unfrotunately for their company, it isn't doing that well and most of the time Natsuki screws up important assignments; she shoots her superior in the head in the first episode. The company always seems to be on the verge of going belly-up and their boss always seems to be depressed. On a side note, a buff girl named Kondo happens to be the ONLY human in the company. There is also a more lupine-werewolf named Tommy who prefers to stay out of arguments. Grey is an oni who rarely is ever seen or heard without reading from her diary. The most intimidating character is Sakura, a nine-tailed fox who was teased since childhood and comes to Tokyo, the city this series is set. Sakura only becomes Natsukis' partner by forcing a panty-shot of the catgirl in the boss's face(she uses this trick again). This is mainly because in order to gain her nineth tail--she only has 8/5--she has to eat a powerful monster that is weak enough for her to subdue. However, it isn't that easy getting sweet, naive little Natsuki alone. The animation is good, somewhere between T.V. material or simple video, and the powerful catgirl, the werewolf with a crush on her, and the fox out to eat her if she gets the chance are excellent characters and the plot is good. Also, by the end of this volume, several of the other characters assume there is a "Love-Triangle" going on between them!

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