Post Reply Nijū-Mensō no Musume (Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief)
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Posted 4/18/08



Chiko, who had been leading a lonely life because her aunt is trying to kill her, is kidnapped by the Phantom Thief Nijū-Mensō (20-Faces) and set out an adventure into the strange world. She gradually changes as she encounters new friends and places. But strange events start happening revolving around the mystery of "Legacy of the 20-Faces". So Chiko has to move forward, regardless on how checkered her life will become.



I have been watching 3 trailers of this and all 3 of it only features Chiko and the thief with some japanese and french words in the background,which was why i wasn't particularly excited about this.Whatsmore,the information regarding this anime is hard to find.

Just watched the first episode subbed by Live-Evil,it's pretty good.They didn't waste any time and Chiko is already free and join the team at the end of the episode.This is a mystery anime,one of my favourite genres.I don't know what kind of mystery they will throw in here,but the impression that i have on the first episode is not bad,so i will continue watching it.I am curious about the relationship between Chiko and the thief,although the title itself already says "Daughter of Twenty Faces".

I like Chiko.She seem to be different from other heroine in the spring animes.She is definitely not whiny,she seem to be the type that is optimistic and willing to learn anything new.And she is voiced by Aya Hirano,one of my favourite female seiyuu.That said,i do wonder whether a romance will develop between her and Ken.Their age doesn't seem to have a huge gap to me.

This anime has 22 episodes,and i may finish this if it is good
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Posted 5/22/08
first post but wow ep 6, the plot thickens, basically everybody but the main charachter Chiko dies which means it should be interesting to see how she continues his work
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