Tenrou: Sirius the Jaeger Episode 1 Review: The Revenant Howls


Sirius the Jaeger is an original anime series from P.A. Works, partial producers of anime movie such as Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone, Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa and Sword of the Stranger. According to the official site of the series its about:

Imperial Capital, 1930. A strange group of people carrying musical instrument cases landed on Tokyo station. They are called the “Jaegers”, who came to hunt vampires. Amongst them, there stood a young man with striking serenity and unusual aura. His name is Yuliy, a werewolf whose home village was destroyed by vampires. Yuliy and the Jaegers engage in deadly battle over a mysterious holy arc only known as “The Arc of Sirius”. What truth awaits them at the end…?

The first thing you will notice is the most obvious, the animation. Considering P.A. Works pedigree it shouldn’t come off as a surprise. The problem with P.A. Works is their spotty track record with good engaging stories. So far this episode has shown whether this series will be good or bad. Most premiere episodes don’t necessary tell you whether a series will be good, however, some series are so terrible that the quickly of putting, others are of course so captivating that you’re hooked early.

The story is a fairly common vampire hunter series. The title character being a werewolf and a hunter, the typical conflict between vampires and werewolves are presented. The group of hunters, the “Jaegers,” pose as a band that travel as the “V Shipping Company.” They hunt under the leadership of Kershner. The characters so far are unremarkable and archetypal, time will tell if they break free if my expectations. In the meantime, the action and animation is good enough to have earned my attention at least for the next few episodes.

Images from lostinanime.com

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