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Phantom ~ Requiem for the Phantom ~ April 12, 2009

A lone tourist witnesses Phantom’s ( An organization called Inferno’s top assasin) latest act of murder. He unwittingly exposes the top assassin’s true identity, a young girl named Ein. Witnesses are normally killed, but he is brainwashed into Inferno’s new assassin, “Zwei”.

I thought some of you guys might have difficutly deciding whether to watch the anime or not, so I posted the trailer as well! It’s below!

Other information below!

Phantom currently resides as both an interactive (choose your own adventure) video game and small 3 part OVA anime series.

| OVA |

The OVA series follows Zwei as he makes a trip to America, only to witness an assassination that leads to his memory loss and indoctrination into Inferno. Though not as heavily as in the game, we see Zwei’s training before he goes with Ein to help with an assassination. While a different path is taken, deceit and betrayal rip apart Inferno and place Ein and Zwei on opposite sides, which eventually leads to a climatic battle between them at the end of the anime.

| Video Game – Phantom of Inferno|

Phantom of Inferno is a story detailing the life of a 15-year-old Japanese boy who is kidnapped after witnessing the killing of a reporter. After being kidnapped his memories of his past life are erased and is given the choice to join Inferno or die. He makes the only choice he can to join and is given the name Zwei and will study under Ein. Ein is also known as Phantom since this is the title given to the organization’s top assassin.


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