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Momosuke is a young man with a dream: to travel Japan and collect one hundred stories. He journeys from place to place, searching for tales of the paranormal and bizarre, hoping to collect tales to publish in his book. However, the calm of Momosuke's life soon is shattered by a chance meeting with three sinister beings: Mataichi the priest, Nagamimi the bird-caller, and the beautiful Ogin. Soon, Momosuke learns that there might be more to his newfound comrades than first meets the eye...
Requium From The Darkness and Judge contain tales of supernatural justice and horror. They are both dark, bleak and creepy entries of the anime world. Individuals in both tend to meet horrific, yet ironic ways.
If you enjoyed the horrific and dark atmosphere of one, you should give the other a try.
Has someone done something to hurt you or the ones you love? Are you seeking revenge? Rumor has it that there’s a website that can service your needs. Titled “Hotline to Hell”, it contains a form that can be accessed only at midnight. Type in a name, and the Hell Girl will carry out your bidding – for a price. For though your appetite for revenge will be satisfied, your soul will also be condemned to hell after you die. But who is the Hell Girl, and does she care whether your revenge is justified? Apparently not, as long as she gets more souls…
Both Judge and Hell Girl delve into the topics of supernatural justice/revenge. A theme they both use heavily is the concept of not being able to escape one's sins.
Hell Girl is longer, and thus has time to develop a fuller story, but I am confident if you enjoyed one, you will like the other.
Fukuzou Moguro, also known as the Laughing Salesman, is no ordinary peddler of wares. This bizarre, mysterious man deals in matters of the human heart, helping out those who are sad and in need of something to heal their soul – and what's better yet, he doesn't charge them a penny. But though his ever-present Cheshire grin would suggest his motives are pure, the results of Fukuzou's intervention may prove otherwise...