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Language: English
Category: TV Series / Animation / Action / Crime / War
Original Title: Jormungand
Duration: 24min
Video type: TV Series
The series follows Koko Hekmatyar, a young arms dealer who sells weapons under HCLI, an international shipping corporation that secretly deals in the arms trade. As one of the company's unofficial weapon dealers, she secretly sells weapons in many countries while avoiding the local authorities and law enforcement agencies as most of her work is actually illegal under international law. Traveling with her is her team of bodyguards who are mostly composed of ex-military veterans. Her latest addition to her crew is Jonah, a seemingly emotionless child soldier who is skilled in combat yet ironically hates arms dealers. What follows is Koko and her crew's escapades around the world.


Series cast summary:
Shizuka Itô Shizuka Itô - Koko Hekmatyar 24 episodes, 2012
Mutsumi Tamura Mutsumi Tamura - Jonah 24 episodes, 2012
Wataru Hatano Wataru Hatano - Lutz 24 episodes, 2012
Hitoshi Yanai Hitoshi Yanai - Tojo / - 24 episodes, 2012
Greg Ayres Greg Ayres - Lutz 24 episodes, 2012
Anastasia Munoz Anastasia Munoz - Koko Hekmatyar 24 episodes, 2012
Micah Solusod Micah Solusod - Jonah 24 episodes, 2012
Sayaka Ôhara Sayaka Ôhara - Valmet 23 episodes, 2012
Christopher Bevins Christopher Bevins - Tojo 23 episodes, 2012
Carli Mosier Carli Mosier - Valmet 23 episodes, 2012
Christopher Corey Smith Christopher Corey Smith - Lehm 23 episodes, 2012
Unshô Ishizuka Unshô Ishizuka - Lehm 22 episodes, 2012
Cris George Cris George - Ugo 20 episodes, 2012
Patrick Seitz Patrick Seitz - Mao 20 episodes, 2012
Gou Shinomiya Gou Shinomiya - Mao / - 19 episodes, 2012
Kiyoshi Katsunuma Kiyoshi Katsunuma - Ugo / - 19 episodes, 2012
Akron Watson Akron Watson - Wilee 19 episodes, 2012
Kenji Nomura Kenji Nomura - Wilee / - 17 episodes, 2012
Katsuyuki Konishi Katsuyuki Konishi - R / - 16 episodes, 2012
Ian Sinclair Ian Sinclair - R 16 episodes, 2012
Manabu Sakamaki Manabu Sakamaki - Edgar / - 13 episodes, 2012
Tôru Nara Tôru Nara - Scarecrow 10 episodes, 2012
Robert McCollum Robert McCollum - Scarecrow 10 episodes, 2012

Reviews: [4]

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    There is some interesting themes in this anime, since its main protagonist is an arms dealer and her companions are mercenaries, including a boy soldier...

    Koko is the leader of a troupe of mercenaries and she picks up Jonah along the way, a boy no more than 10 years old and has him join her merry gang of killers. Of course, these killers are actually good guys who are just doing a service (selling arms to despots around the world), but they never kill anyone who doesn't deserve it haha...

    Its never overly violent or exploitative, despite the subject matter and the characters are likable enough, although while the animation is good, the female characters don't look very female, but that was probably done on it if you liked 'Black Lagoon' (which I did)...
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    I loved the series it was so good and I found all of the main characters interesting and the story-lines of the series were also very good and at least seemed to be well thought out.

    My favorite character in this is the protagonist Koko Haktemeyer I found her interactions with her team quite interesting most notably those with Jonah and Valmet (particularly Valmet). Also Koko herself is a very interesting character with her guile and intellect also her accomplices are also each interesting characters also given their backgrounds.

    All in all this is a great action anime and a must for any action fan!
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    So we have a bunch of strongly contrasting characters adventuring and overcoming different dangers together, all in the business of selling guns. The story concentrates on the child soldier in the group - Jonah. Naturally he has some mental issues to work out, but each member seems to have some sort of screw in their head loose. Sounds like fun, except the series does not flow very well. It is all a bit...awkward.

    When a crazy weirdo like me says "awkward" I believe it carries some weight. If I try to pinpoint the awkward then I stumble upon the logic. It has a strange logic this anime. Examples should serve plenty: Not to spoil too much, but at one point our anti-heroes are surrounded by a small group of enemy soldiers outside of a house, so they suddenly disarm themselves and tell the ambushing soldiers that a smaller more vulnerable team is hiding inside the house so the soldiers go right past them and attack the smaller team inside. If you are trying to make a point that an easier prey is inside the house, why would you disarm yourself? You are in the open, you are unable to defend yourself and the people inside the house are armed and in cover. This same kind of logic can be seen throughout the whole series and comes back in what the characters say to each other.

    I know that the creators are trying to show how crazy everyone is, including adding odd behavior and dialogue, but it feels like they haven't got it quite right yet. It's like a normal person trying to impersonate a crazy person. I feel more can be done with the ideas at hand and the "crazy" can be better.

    Nonetheless, the sound effects and the animation are great, with the style scales tipped just slightly away from the Japanese style and towards more Westernized mature animation along the lines of Ghost In The Shell (very vaguely along the lines though), which can be both a plus and a minus depending on what you like. Add to it slight hints of straight shota and yuri and you got yourself an interesting anime.

    *UPDATE: So far the 2nd season of this anime has been much more coherent. I like where this is going...
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    If you've seen Black Lagoon & like those immoral, real life, guns, violence, & ex-military assassins, then you'll love Jormungand. Right off the get go do you get an amazing plot, good character background and a mostly serious vibe but much more comical and happy feel then Black Lagoon(If you've seen it you'll understand right off the bat what i mean). The plot was really solid my only complaint is the last episode, and not a big complaint, without going into detail i can just say i wish they would of done one more episode but the way it ended was a decent ending i just wanted more!! xD

    I give Jormungand a 4.5/5 (only reason i don't give it a 5/5 is i feel for the type of anime it was it might have done better with a more serious realistic vibe in certain situations, but some might disagree and like the friendly vibe, Really just your preference but i highly recommend this show regardless!)