Shangri-la Review

Posted: March 20, 2013 in Uncategorized

Risembool Ranger Anime Reviews

Shangri-LaStory:
Kuniko has lived her entire life in a jungle. But it wasn’t always that way. Before her generation, that jungle used to filled from corner to corner by the modern cities of Japan. But when earth had enough pollution and fought back, nature took over. Now the world’s nations depend on how much or, more importantly, how little carbon they produce to survive economically. And for some nations, only a select few live in luxury. Angry at the mistreatment of the socially poor she grows up with, Kuniko faces the oppressive government of Atlas, intent on re-imagining the system into one that allows for the safety and care of all.

Violence:
By far the worst part of this series is the violence level, which is about as high as in Trinity Blood. People are shot multiple times, stabbed to death, their bones crushed from the outside or, well…

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