An ordinary boy inadvertently gets involved in the conflict between two groups of spirit agents. He is shocked to discover the existence of "Qi Ling," a collection of 7 antique weaponries that can transform into beautiful girls to engage in battle. And, a friend of his may not be who she says she is. He finds himself in one danger after another and can't explain any of it to his concerned family or friends.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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The Japanese anime television series Soul Eater is directed by Takuya Igarashi, and produced by Bones, Aniplex, Dentsu, Media Factory, and TV Tokyo. Bones and Aniplex were responsible for the animation and music production respectively as well. The anime is based on the Soul Eater manga series by Atsushi Ohkubo. The plot of the episodes follows Maka Albarn, a “meister” of the Death Weapon Meister Academy (DWMA), and her living weapon, Soul Eater, as she seeks to make the latter into a “death scythe” through absorbing the souls of evil humans. The anime aired 51 episodes between April 7, 2008 and March 30, 2009 on TV Tokyo. The episodes also aired at later dates on TV Aichi, TV Hokkaido, TV Osaka, TV Setouchi, and TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting. It was released on DVD in thirteen separate compilations from August 22, 2008 to August 25, 2009. The anime was licensed by Funimation and was released in four half-season DVD box sets in 2010. There are also two Blu-ray box sets that were released in Japan, containing both Japanese and English audio tracks; the first was released on January 26, 2011, and the second was released on March 23, 2011. It is being rebroadcast on TV Tokyo under the title Soul Eater: Repeat Show as of September 30, 2010. The series premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami block on February 17, 2013. Six pieces of theme music were used for the original broadcasting; two opening themes and four closing themes. The opening theme for the first 30 episodes is “Resonance” by T.M.Revolution. The second opening theme from episode 31 onwards is “Papermoon” by Tommy Heavenly6. The first closing theme is “I Wanna Be” by Stance Punks for the first 13 episodes and the final episode; the second closing theme is “Style” by Kana Nishino for episodes 14 through 26; the third closing theme is “Bakusō Yume Uta” (爆走夢歌) by Soul'd Out's Diggy-Mo from episode 27 through 39; the fourth closing theme, “Strength” by Abingdon Boys School, is used from episodes 40 to 50. Soul Eater: Repeat Show features two additional opening and closing themes. The first opening and closing themes for the first 12 episodes are “Counter Identity” by Unison Square Garden and “Ao no Kaori” (碧の香り) by Yui Makino. The second opening and closing themes from episode 13 onward are “Ai ga Hoshii yo” (愛がほしいよ) by Shion Tsuji and “Northern Lights” by How Merry Marry.
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