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Kurogane Communication

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Haruka, the only known survivor of a cataclysmic global war, has taken refuge with a diverse group of sentient robots with distinct personalities. They attempt to survive in the desolate post-war environment; however their supplies are limited and the military robots are still active and hostile. Haruka remains optimistic that other humans may have survived the war, but their persistent search efforts have failed to locate any survivors. Is she destined to live her life without any human contact?

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Name Role
Shinya TAKAHASHI Character Design
Kenji KIKUCHI Director
Kenji KAWAI Music
Katou HIDEO Original Manga Creator
Kunihiko ISHIZAKI Producer

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Title Author Score Date
Kurogane Communication dalmain 7.5/10 Mar 25, 2013
Kurogane Communication roriconfan 4/10 Jul 25, 2012
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