Review: Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine | Hardcore Gamer Japan

By taking things seriously and treating the characters with respect, this series manages to pull off a variety of things that seemed completely impossible and freshens up a long-stagnant franchise. While those waned on the light-hearted Miyazaki renditions of the characters will be in for a shock to their system given the dark tone, fans who have followed the series through its many iterations will find this to be just the kick in the ass it needed to seem relevant in the modern age. It’s an outstanding show and well worth the time of anyone who has ever been a fan of, or thought about being a fan of Lupin.

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