During the late 1930s in Chicago, the transcontinental train, Flying Pussyfoot, is starting its legendary journey that will leave a trail of blood all over the country. At the same time in New York, the ambitious scientist Szilard and his unwilling aide Ennis, are looking for missing bottles of the immortality elixir. In addition, a war between the mafia groups is getting worse. On board the Advena Avis, in 1711, alchemists are about to learn the price of immortality.
Time travel is one of if not the most difficult things to write about, and I don’t mean the kind of time travel where you use it to get to point A to point B that is just a way to advance a story take Doctor Who as a prime example of this, he takes his companions back in time they do fun stuff there then they go back to the future and nothing has changed. Steins;Gate however tells an intricate story where every little decision with the use of time travel has massive effects on the timeline and everything/everyone in it. take for example what would happen if you told your mother to eat more vegetables when she was pregnant with you, would that effect you? Her? Time? in Steins;Gate that question is asked and answered in the most mind boggling and brilliant ways possible.
Long time from the previous series. We would like to bring you one really attractive story and one that will sure to catch your mind, and it is Gankutsuou.
The series is different from what we used to watch. No surrounded by tons of beautiful girls, nor very high tension battle scenes. It’s about usual, and unusual life stories happened around Natsume, the boy with the cursed ability inherited from his grandmother Reiko.