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Michiko to Hatchin (aka Michiko e Hatchin) an original anime series created by Manglobe.  The series directed by Sayo Yamamoto, written by Takashi Ujita, and music Shinichiro Watanabe.  There are 22 episodes.
 

Show Info

Genres: action, drama

Themes:

crime organizations
 
Plot Summary via Anime News Network
 

Hatchin is a girl raised by strict foster parents who has long given up her dreams of freedom. Michiko is a sexy criminal who escapes from a supposedly inescapable prison. When she suddenly enters Hana's life, these two very different women set off on a journey across a lawless land in search of a missing man from both their pasts.

 

Pros and Cons

Pros:
  • Two great leads and great side characters.  A great cast over all.
  • Loved the griddy "Portuguese " style atmosphere.
  • A soundtrack that fits great.
  • Great action scenes.
 
Cons:
  • The pacing felt kinda odd in some spots.
  • Some things could have been explained better.  Felt a little confused at times.
 

Sources *Spoilers Abound*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michiko_to_Hatchin
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=9602
 

THE END

Don't forget to check out my ongoing blog for my Super Duper Mini Reviews and my written reviews.            :) 
 

Q: What's a Super Duper Mini Review?
A: Well, since I'm done with long, written reviews for now, I decided to put a short list of what I liked and didn't like about the shows I watch.  For some info about the show like genre, plot summary, etc., I borrow (mainly copy and paste  :P) some info from Anime News Network, Wikipedia or the Anime Vice wiki.  So people wont think I'm plagiarizing, I do post sources.
 
Q:  Why are these blogs so short and half assed?
A:  Well, I want to put in as little effort as possible.  Why?  Cause I'm lazy.
 
Q:  Do you care if people don't read these?
A:  Kinda.  One of the main things that keeps me making these things is so I can spread the word of shows/mangas that people aren't aware of.
 
Q: Sometimes there a few or no cons, does that mean the show is perfect?
A: No.  Usually when I make these, I like to highlight the things I liked more then the negatives.  I'm one of those people who enjoys just about anything as long as it's entertaining.  I can easily look past a show's faults if I find enjoyment from it.  Remember, nothing is perfect.

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