Nobunagun

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Nobunagun

Shio Ogura is a Japanese high school student, who is visiting Taiwan on a school trip when she is suddenly attacked by monsters. Agents known as "E-Gene Holders" from the government agency DOGOO also arrive, who wield weapons infused with the spirits of historical figures. Shio is revealed to also be an E-Gene Holder when the soul of Oda Nobunaga awakens after she tries to rescue a friend.
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Notes

Alternative Names: NobunaGun, Nobunagan
Genre: Action, Historical
Demographic: Seinen
Adapted from the manga, Nobunagun - Manga.

Reviews

Crazyleo

At first when I started to watch the episode, I thought it was a slice-of-life series; but when the fighting sequence began; I was engrossed. I especially liked the end when the main character got her power when she began shooting with a wicked (some may say evil) grin on her face.

Jason

Sweet Jebus after this I need a drink.

Doug

I'm not usually much of a fan of shows about school girl angst, but when the school girl in question is charging into battle with aliens with a homicidal grin and is the reincarnation of a legendary warlord, I feel inclined to make an exception.

Inuyahsa

It was funny and too short.

Michael Eh?

Worthy challenger to Kill la Kill. Messed up take on secret organization fighting aliens. What isn't there to love about a school girl with BIG gun? I agree, I'm laughing with Nobuna Oda on this one. Freakin' awesome.

humanbean

very nice...

Club Notes

Date Reviewed: Jan 12 2014

External Links

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