Rarely were there moments that left me shaking my head in disappointment.Art - 6.8: For the most part, the art in this show is great.... The character designs are good, and the non CG action scenes are well done.
Onmyoudou magic was once a powerful technique used by the Japanese during the second World War in order for them to gain the upper hand and establish their nation as a formidable force.
But Japan was quickly defeated after the revered onmyouji Yakou Tsuchimikado caused the "Great Spiritual Disaster," an event which plagues Tokyo to this very day.
As a result of this mishap, the Onmyou Agency was established in order to exorcise further spiritual disasters and combat the demons that would make their way into the world.
Now, Onmyoudou has become far more modern, simplified, and refined for use in a wide variety of applications such as medicine and technology.
However, not everyone is able to utilize the magic, as is the case with Harutora, a member of the Tsuchimikado's branch family.
Despite an old promise to protect Natsume, the heir of the Tsuchimikado's main family and Yakou's supposed reincarnation, as her familiar, Harutora has no talent and chooses to live a normal life instead.But when a prominent member of the Onmyou Agency attempts to recreate the same experiment which led to Japan's downfall, he decides to make good on his word and fight by Natsume's side.[Written by MAL Rewrite]Tokyo Ravens Review: Sometimes shows come around that are completely generic and average on paper, but are unusually fun to watch.Looking at my 6 score for this show, many of you may think I didn't think the show was good. Tokyo Ravens wasn't groundbreaking, memorable, or brilliant.In fact, it was pretty a pretty generic fantasy action anime with romance elements which is why I withhold too high of a score.However, Tokyo Ravens is without a doubt a very enjoyable show.