Good news for all fans of the manga, the ultra awesome series called black cat is now being made into an anime. Whats even better is that the studio that is making Black Cat is also the studio responsible for the awesome manga to anime translation of Basilisk. So I have high hopes for this series lets just hope Gonzo doesn't mess up. Now for my two cents on why you want to see this series and/or read the manga. First of all to make it easier for you guys to relate to it I will be refrencing other anime titles to give you a better idea of the greatness Trigun- Awesome gun slinging, the main character does everything from shooting bullets out of the air to deflecting them with his gun. Plus later in the series he pulls out a magical ricochet shot. The main character also does not want to kill. Get Backers/Naruto- The main characters sidekick has a magical eye that lets him see into the future. He also gets the eye in a very similar fashion in which Kakashi got his eye. HunterXHunter- The main group of bad guys have an ability very similar to the nen system usend in HunterXHunter. Cowboy Bebop- Gun fights and bounty hunting Now for other reasons on why to see it - A string user (He doesnt show up till much later but we all know string users kick much ass, in fact this should be the only reason you need to see it) - For the most part a good story - Hot babes, I suppose the guys are drool worthy for you women out there - Chronos the Time Guardians - A little robot girl that can shape shift - Guy with an eyepatch - Cause I said so - Main character acts very cat like -You also get to see some real cats (animated of course) official web site Here is a brief sumary of the series taken from Tenten is NOT a tomboy just because of her clothes Train Heartnet and Sven Vollfied are sweepers whose job brings them anywhere and everywhere... leading a carefree lifestyle, the two partners never fail to reel in the bad guys once they've got their target set. Bigger problems, however, start to threaten the peace, especially when old ghosts refuse to rest. It turns out that there are people still looking out for the Black Cat, an infamous assassin whose very name was held in as much terror as the coming of the night. The action scenes are great, and the character interaction is light and witty... let's not forget that the art perfectly suits the mood and the style of the story. Black Cat is a must read for anyone who's ever found the good old Guns n' Babes genre fascinating.