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    Favorite Anime #8: Satsuriku No Tenshi

    Angels of Death (殺戮の天使 Satsuriku no Tenshi) is an anime series produced by J.C. Staff based on the indie game of the same name by Hoshikuzu KRNKRN. 13-year old Rachel awakens to find herself trapped in the basement of an abandoned building. Without any memories or even a clue as to where she could be, she searches for a way out. In her search, she comes across a man covered from head-to-toe in bandages. He introduces himself as Zack and he wields a grim-reaper like sickle. As the two unlikely partners try to escape from the deadly building, a strange bond is struck between them, strengthened by a strange, crazy promise. But waiting in the building are a cast of twisted characters who intend to prevent their escape, by any means necessary. Forced into a battle for survival and pushed to the edge, will Rachel’s mysterious past catch up with her? The genres are adventure, horror, mystery, thriller and psychological. There’s 16 episodes and the first episode was released in 2018.

    What I think of the anime:
    It reminds me of a Halloween themed anime and how the characters act mental or crazy in it one way or another. I was a little confused on how the main character, Rachel ended up at the alysium since it wasn’t mentioned in the beginning of the first episode but the doctor kept asking her about it and Rachel told the doctor that she couldn’t remember. She had this expression on her face as if not scared or anything. Then she meets Zack. I like his scythe that he carried around with him. Sadly they had to pass the obstacles that was in the rooms and get past the other mental patients too. At the end of the last episode they managed to escape the building that they were in. If anyone likes horror themed animes you should check this one out if interested. On a rating out of ten I’d give it ten it’s pretty enjoyable. My favorite object is the scythe because it’s what the grim reaper would use also from the pictures I saw through Google.

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