The Highlander franchise is known for a very notorious and often troubled continuation in certain areas, the concept of Immortals living through the centuries fighting until “There can be only one” has so much to offer in a fantastical way. What started off as a film that gained a cult status and what was remembered for its songs by Queen then slowly became a series that gradually overtime began to change through film and television and overtime retconning the series through drastic and absurd changes making the series a mere shadow of its former self. With that said however making an anime out of this series and its fantastical concept has some redeeming qualities, but a handful of glaring faults.
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Over the years, Anime that makes its presence as a film, TV series or OVA often comes along and leaves its mark on the industry and changes what the medium is for future generations. Some however often never get that chance and end up being lost and forgotten, never to be discovered until it’s too late. One such title, while it was never that popular has at least managed to leave some small impact in a different form of adaptation in the years, as violent and as gruesome as anime of that time would be however the quality shifts from promising to absurd. That would be…Riki-Oh.
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During my late teens, my interest in anime aimed for “mature audiences” grew with each title I would come across. From the stuff they were showing on the Sci-Fi channel during the early 2000’s to buying DVDs such as Elfen Lied, Berserk etc. that had what anyone of that age would be interested in, Gore, sex, violence the entire package. One title in particular I remember mainly because of its “hip” and “cool” approach to Vampires in the horror genre, featuring of course guns and violence. However this is the first adaptation of this particular story that has not aged particularly well and is plagued with some measure of faults while still being sufficiently entertaining, that would be Hellsing…The TV series.
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