When he was a child, Murakami was infatuated with a girl he called Kuroneko. She insisted on knowing about aliens and having met them, but no one believed her, even young Murakami was skeptical. One day, she decides to show him the aliens, but an accident occurs and Kuroneko dies while Murakami is left seriously wounded in the hospital. Years go by and Murakami obsesses on finding proof of the existence of aliens because of a promise he had made with Kuroneko. Then, one day, a new transfer student comes to his class, who not only looks a lot like Kuroneko, but is named Kurohaneko. And even though she insists on never having met Murakami before, the girl has superhuman strength and seems to even be able to predict the future.
So there is this evil military organization that tortures girls and turns them to some alien superpower freaks. Some of them escape and find shelter in some guy’s astronomy club. Then the military bad guys send more girls to kill them. And then harem happens. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the remake of Elfen Lied. Grab your pop corn and prepare to laugh with its so called-tragedies and tactical... read more
The first thing you see in the first episode of Brynhildr is a flashback of two children together. A boy and a girl, childhood friends. The girl is tragically killed and the boy never fully gets over it. You get the impression that the series is going to be about the boy trying to fulfill a promise he made to the girl before she died. This is not it. Don't think for a second that Brynhildr is some sappy... read more
|Brynhildr in the Darkness Special||DVD Special||2014|
|Gokukoku no Brynhildr||2012|