Are you interested in something with a little bit of gore, a little bit of comedy and a little bit emotional set up, then Black Bullet is the anime for you.
Satomi Rentarou as seen in opening
Aihara Enju as seen in the opening
While the anime is only 13 episodes long and views may view it was rushed in some areas, the anime does a pretty good job in covering all the major conflicts which Rentarou and Enju faces. There are also a few "Ahhh" moments as more information are released to the views as the anime progresses. The fight scenes are very well done and are often tension grabbing as many scenes often leads to an unexpected ended to the situation. The anime itself also provides a very balance mix of comedy and tragedy. I do personally found myself crying a lot more then I am laughing to be honest, but that's probably due to me being attached to the character. The anime did a very good job at helping the views feel attach and care for the characters as they move along in the series, and often times you will find yourself asking why did this character have to die. The villain's in the anime is also very notable and it will make you dislike that character as they move onward in the anime.
Hiruko Kagetana and his initiator as seen in the opening.
The anime opening song is sang by the very popular band Fripside and it suits very well with this anime. However, one major let down is that this anime is only 13 episode's long and it could easily be made into a 26 episode anime. Because of the short length, there are many questions which are left unanswered and leaving the viewers saying "I want more". However, if there is a second season, it would be much appreciated. Overall, the anime has very well done character development and with a plot line which lets you get very personal and attach with the characters, epic fight scenes and many very emotional or funny moments to look forward to. Black Bullet is definitely an anime that all otaku should give a try.
Angie Anime Score: 8/10 - Must Watch
Imagines are found at http://randomc.net/2014/04/09/black-bullet-01/