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Valentine Ponomarev
Valentine Ponomarev

Soul Eater Episode 1

At 10 o'clock PM, a woman walks down a seemingly empty alley, but is unknowingly being watched by a blade-handed man with glowing red eyes. The man appears behind her and swipes his knife-like fingers through her body, savagely tearing her apart. A blue orb of light is emitted from the victim's body and fades away leaving her orb-like soul. The man proceeds to eat it, receiving a boost in power.

Soul Eater Episode 1

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He suddenly hears another woman scream. Seeking more power, he chases after her. After the woman trips, the killer makes a giant leap, landing next to her. He raises his hand, ready to butcher her too, but is interupted by the sound of Soul Eater Evans licking his lips. The killer looks up, seeing Maka Albarn and Soul standing on top of a flight of stairs. The targeted woman takes advantage of the distraction and makes her escape. Maka and Soul agree that the man's soul is already the egg of a Kishin. No longer human, the soul has a chance of becoming a Kishin. Maka orders that the killer's soul be cleansed in the name of Death. Similar to how the killer is not human, but has a human form, Soul explains that he also has a human form, but is truely a weapon. Transforming into a scythe, he says the shape of it is not important, it's the soul they're after. Equipping herself with the scythe Maka addresses the man as Jack the Ripper, a mass murderer, and tells him that they are here for his soul. Jack leaps up to Maka, attempting to cut her, but Maka blocks with the scythe and the two engage in battle. Jack continues to swipe at her, but Maka keeps blocking, causing Jack to unintentionally takes chunks of stone out of the walls and the ground. Maka manages to leap up and kick Jack in the back of the head, leaving him struggle to keep his balance at the top of the stairs. Maka makes a run for him, but Jack jumps high into the air. Maka follows suit and slices him with her weapon.

Jack's body disappears leaving his tainted red soul. The soul slowely lowers itself to the ground, where Soul Eater, in transition between his two forms grabs it. He then proceeds to eat it, meaning he and Maka have gathered 99 pre-Kishin and now only need a witch's soul in order for Soul Eater to become a Death Scythe for Death. Maka proceeds to a window, so she can speak with Death. Writing out the number 42-42-564 onto the window, she makes contact with the Death Room. Inside Death speaks with them through a mirror. Pleased to hear that they've gathered the 99 souls, he congratulates Maka, saying she's becoming an excellent meister, like her mother.

Maka and Soul Eater's next obstacle is the witch's soul. Death advises Maka to be careful, as many meisters have lost their lives in battles with witches. Death Scythe weeps over a doll of Maka, telling her to be careful. Death instructs Maka to make a great death scythe, that won't lose to the one her mother made. As a last word, he tells the duo that the last soul must be that of a witch, otherwise they will be stripped of all the souls they have gathered so far. Death then closes the connection.

As Soul begins to tell Blair that he's here for her soul, Maka leaps through the window, kicking him across the room. Maka points at Blair and warns her that they are going to take her soul. Disregarding that, Blair asks Soul if he is okay. One nosebleed later, Soul asks her, the witch, to let him eat her soul and changes into his scythe form. Blair is surprised that he said "witch", but is impressed that he turned into a scythe. Maka explains that once they take Blair's soul, she will make it a death scythe, stronger than the one her mother made.

In his scythe form, Soul criticises Maka's strategy. Maka argues that he's done nothing but get nose bleeds. Calling men worthless, she accuses him of knowing Blair would be in the bath, when he jumped through her window. As the two continue to bicker, Blair invites Soul to join her, promising to forgive him for every little thing he does. Maka interrupts noting that she's soul's partner and that Blair should talk to her. In that case, Blair says that she'll take it after killing Maka.

Soul grabs Blair's loose soul in its ball form. He recites that it's not the form that matters, It's the soul. Ready to become a death scythe, he eats it, expecting a surge of power, but gets nothing but some wind. Just then, a cat, wearing a witch's hat, strolls past, which they recognize as Blair.

Blair explains that she never was a witch, but just a cat with a ridiculous amount of magical powers. Her being a witch was an idea they came up with themselves. Spirit compliments her performance and offers to be her catnip, prompting Death to hit him again. Now, after eating 99 human souls and a cat soul and remembering what Death said earlier, they realize that they're going to have to start all over again.

As they race away on Soul's motorcycle, Blair follows them on a floating pumpkin. Maka shouts back to her, asking why she's still alive if they took her soul. Blair explains that as a cat, she has 9 souls, and they only took one of them. Blair invites Soul to join her again, but Maka yells at her to stop following them, while Soul thinks to himself that this isn't cool at all.

The Japanese anime television series Soul Eater is directed by Takuya Igarashi, and produced by Bones, Aniplex, Dentsu, Media Factory, and TV Tokyo. Bones and Aniplex were responsible for the animation and music production respectively as well. The anime is based on the original Soul Eater manga series by Atsushi Ohkubo.[1] The plot of the episodes follows Maka Albarn, a "meister" of the Death Weapon Meister Academy (DWMA), and her living weapon, Soul Eater, as she seeks to make the latter into a "death scythe" through absorbing the souls of evil humans. After episode 35, the series began deviating from the manga it was based on, which ultimately lead to the creation of an anime original ending.

The anime aired 51 episodes between April 7, 2008 and March 30, 2009 on TV Tokyo. The episodes also aired at later dates on TV Aichi, TV Hokkaido, TV Osaka, TV Setouchi, and TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting. It was released on DVD in thirteen separate compilations from August 22, 2008 to August 25, 2009.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14] The anime was licensed by Funimation and was released in four half-season DVD box sets from February 9 to July 27, 2010.[15] There are also two Blu-ray box sets that were released in Japan, containing both Japanese and English audio tracks; the first was released on January 26, 2011,[16] and the second was released on March 23, 2011.[17] Reruns aired on TV Tokyo under the title Soul Eater: Repeat Show from September 30, 2010 to March 31, 2011.[18] The English dub of the series aired on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block starting on February 17, 2013.[19]

Six pieces of theme music were used for the original broadcasting; two opening themes and four closing themes. The opening theme for the first 30 episodes is "Resonance" by T.M.Revolution. The second opening theme from episode 31 onwards is "Papermoon" by Tommy Heavenly6. The first closing theme is "I Wanna Be" by Stance Punks for the first 13 episodes and the final episode; the second closing theme is "Style" by Kana Nishino for episodes 14 through 26; the third closing theme is "Bakusō Yume Uta" (爆走夢歌) by Soul'd Out's Diggy-Mo from episode 27 through 39; the fourth closing theme, "Strength" by Abingdon Boys School, is used from episodes 40 to 50. Soul Eater: Repeat Show features two additional opening and closing themes. The first opening and closing themes for the first 12 episodes are "Counter Identity" by Unison Square Garden and "Ao no Kaori" (碧の香り) by Yui Makino. The second opening and closing themes from episode 13 onward are "Ai ga Hoshii yo" (愛がほしいよ) by Shion Tsuji and "Northern Lights" by How Merry Marry.[18]

CAITLIN: I noticed in one episode Maka ends up upside-down and her skirt is doing the magical anti-gravity thing where it actually folds under, even though the more realistic thing would be to show her underwear.

The feud between the DWMA against witches and corrupted souls allows Soul Eater to show off action packed fights filled with a variety of stylish choreography, lethal weapons, magic spells, special attacks, and plenty of monstrous fiends. Reinterpreting historical and fictional sociopaths into spiritually corrupt humans for meisters to kill was a nice touch. Storytelling tends to flip between intense action or emotional drama to comedy with dashes of fan service. Whether this is excellent directing or schizophrenic writing, it is executed well and keeps the viewer surprised. Not even emotionally draining hospital visits are spared.

The first 13 episodes do a good job of establishing the quirks of the main characters but hopefully the series will develop them beyond those quirks lest they grow stale. Since teamwork between weapon and meister is a key element for the DWMA, the interactions between characters are explored. The changing team dynamics that occur as members bicker amongst themselves or become better friends occasionally gets deep as they tackle the impressively designed villain trying to kill them.

Bottom Line: Combining the academic setting and students of Harry Potter with the hunt for wayward souls of Ghostbusters, Soul Eater features a lot of everything you find familiar in action comedy anime presented in a style you will find refreshing and almost original.

In the Soul Eater world evil people form the perfect nest for Kishin (demon) eggs. As the kishin egg attached to a human begins to hatch the human becomes something else, and hungers for human souls. Enter Death. In this universe Death runs an elite task force of meisters (warriors) and weapons (um, people who transform into magical weapons) who protect humans from the kishin and witches, the forces of evil.

Soul Eater The Abridged Series was created on December 19, 2009. The combined ideas for the series were spawned by the minds of Violetishot, Flamealchemist35, HokageTitan, & TwilightWolf183. The four decided that, after viewing their dubs and messing around one night in a voice chat, they could produce their own Soul Eater abridged series, despite the fact that there already numerous SEA series out at the time. The script was quickly worked on by Flamealchemist35, and soon after the cast list was set. Their first episode was posted January 18, 2010. It quickly gained popularity in the abridged community; after only two weeks of being published, it became the third most-searched Soul Eater Abridged Series on Youtube. TheSEATeam has published so far 12 episodes of their abridged series. 041b061a72


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