Witch Hunter Robin
Distributor: Bandai Entertainment
© 2002 Sunrise
In a world where witches abuse their supernatural powers, a special team is tasked with hunting this new threat to society. This organization is known as the STN and comprises of several highly skilled craft users and experts in covert operations. But their most powerful craft user is a young woman named Robin. Her mysterious gift to summon deadly flames will determine the fates of her colleagues and lead her into a dark world of mystique and witchcraft.
TV Series: 26 episodes
Average Ratings: 79
Number of Review Sites: 8
Number of Review Links: 16
Vol. 1 - "Witch Hunter Robin is good, but not great."
Anime Jump! - 3 1/2 stars (out of 5)
Vol. 1 - "This show is a landmark, a new high point in animation for adults. "
Anime News Network (Zac Bertschy) - A
Vol. 1 - "Style and substance all wrapped up in an attractive package. This is a winner in my eyes." (Chris Beveridge) - A
Vol. 2 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - B+
Vol. 3 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - A-
Vol. 4 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - A-
Vol. 5 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - A-
Vol. 6 - Read the review (Chris Beveridge) - A-
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Vol. 2 - Read the review
Animefringe (Patrick King) - 89%
Vol. 1 - "A very cool idea with a sluggish delivery..." (Adam Arseneau) - 69 (out of 100)
Vol. 2 - Read the review (Bryan Byun) - 90 (out of 100)
Vol. 3 - Read the review (Bryan Byun) - 90 (out of 100)
Vol. 4 - Read the review (Sandra Dozier) - 85 (out of 100)
Vol. 1 - "Witch Hunter Robin has a fairly severe, almost oppressive gothic design, with a dark, washed-out color palette, and its focus on occult powers and messy murders contributes to its overall dark feel."
Science Fiction Weekly (Tasha Robinson) - B+
"I'm definitely bewitched."
T.H.E.M. Anime Reviews (Jason Bustard) - 4 stars (out of 5)
"WITCH HUNTER ROBIN rewards the patient watcher with a series well worth the endeavor."
The Anime Review (Jason Huff) - A-