ANN wrote:Male model Masayoshi Hazama decides to become a superhero, despite having no superpowers or the technology to create a high-powered suit. He becomes the hero, Samurai Flamenco and begins to fight crime in the name of justice. Police officer Hidenori Goto finds out about Samurai Flamenco and his real identity by a twist of fate, which leads to him getting involved into lots of trouble. Nonetheless, these two young men will come face to face with hardships of being crime-fighters while discovering what it truly means to be a hero of justice.
Masayoshi Hazama has decided to become the superhero Samurai Flamenco in spite of having no special abilities or modifications. Hidenori Goto is a police officer who learns his secret identity by chance, which causes him all sorts of trouble.
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This anime has actually been pretty surprising, I started it late and sort of marathoned it to it's most recent episode (episodes 11 at this point). I got to say, was loving up to the end of episode 10, the direction they took it in was dramatic, serious, and raw... which was a welcome surprise from where the series started. But then episode 11 started, and sort of took that all away. I'm going to stick with it, apparently it's planned to 22 episodes, but after episode 10, I'm curious how and where they take the rest of the story.
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