El Cazador de la Bruja

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El Cazador de la Bruja
Original Manga Hirose Shū
Director/Artist Kōichi Mashimo
Format Anime (TV)
Made By Bee Train
A-1 Pictures
Episode Length 24 min.
# of Eps/Volumes 26 (TV)
1 (Manga)


Action, Fantasy, Mystery, Girls with Guns, Recommended Dub

Sum it up in a Sentence

Due to various circumstances Ellis, a fugitive girl with amnesia and supernatural powers, and Nadie, a feisty bounty hunter sent to capture her, end up traveling together in search of the key to unlocking Ellis' past.


The third and final installment of Bee Train's girls-with-guns trilogy follows the adventure of Ellis, a mysterious amnesiac girl with supernatural abilities, and Nadie, a feisty bounty hunter that has agreed to help her discover her past, as they travel around an unnamed locale resembling Mexico. Along the way they meet many friends and enemies, all while being pursued by a mysterious organization.

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Personal Opinions


Like with the other two entries in Bee Train's girls-with-guns trilogy it has a good story with some interesting mystic elements thrown in, however I would have liked more action. The soundtrack is by Yuki Kajiura and is naturally very good.


If you liked Bee Train's previous works in the girls with guns trilogy, you will like this one as well. El Cazador de la Bruja does feel different than its predecessors, because there's more comic relief mixed in and it works pretty well with the show's atmosphere. Overall it's still enjoyable despite toning down the amount of action scenes. Like Madlax and Noir, El Cazador de la Bruja does sport a pretty awesome soundtrack.

If you like to watch this in English, the dub is not bad. The cast put in a pretty commendable effort into this.

(Nadie uses a M1911 Colt .45, which is a +1 for me)