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  • I have usually noticed that when there are a type of mutated people in sci fi story - especially like this there is something that usually distinguishes a little bit more like a supper power or a huge story behind their existence
  • The storyline it self was fairly interesting to say the least
  • I have always been a fan of detective mysteries and this one definitely had some good ones

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      Spiral: Bonds of Reasoning is an anime that explores the life of ayumu, a teen detective who gets caught up in the mystery of the blade children when his older brother disappears one day.

      Now the idea of the blade children struck me as kind of original. I had never heard of the concept - children murders - used in this way. These ‘blade children’ have cat like eyes and even more


      odd to me - a missing rib that distinguishes them. I have usually noticed that when there are a type of mutated people in sci fi story - especially like this there is something that usually distinguishes a little bit more like a supper power or a huge story behind their existence. However in this series I did not see that. You could say this oddity makes it more original however I felt that it was week. You cannot, as the watcher, actually see if they have a missing rib or not and you find that some of these blade children don’t even have cat eye as the authors claim which dents the story severely. I get the impression that they are only evil because they have convinced themselves of it.

      The storyline it self was fairly interesting to say the least. I have ...


      • Spiral: Bonds of Reasoning (Animated Series)
      always been a fan of detective mysteries and this one definitely had some good ones. The cases that Ayumu solves through out the storyline was well throughtout and I liked how he used logic not only to solve it but also to predict and act on what the thought his enemies would do to harm him. This use if logic added a level of suspense to the story when he had
      to play their ‘game’ to save those he loved and himself.

      The mystery and level of thought put into the events aside I felt that the story lacked depth. It seemed almost all over the place and did not really answer some of the questions it arose. In fact I felt as if it ended with a huge hang because the question ‘what are the blade children and where is ayumu’s brother?’ was not answered.




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