Luke Halliday writes:
"Wowee. Now that is what I call ‘bloody’ brilliant!
After just watching Akame Ga Kill’s first episode over on Crunchyroll, I was left in awe by just how much it blew me away. While I knew the series was based upon a popular manga and had a big following, I never knew just why that was, until now. This is how you kick off an anime, right from the get-go, all gun blazing or in Akame Ga Kill’s case – all blades bloodied."