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The thrilling mystery anime series SPIRAL follows the adventures of Ayumu Narumi as he investigates the disappearance of his older brother Kiyotaka. When his search leads him to a shadowy organization known as the Blade Children, Narumi becomes implicated in the group's criminal dealings and finds himself accused of murder. With the help of his journalist friend Hiyono Yuizaki, Narumi sets out to prove his innocence, unravel the mystery of his missing brother, and figure out why the Blade Children have become inextricably linked to his destiny. This third volume continues the mystery anime series with four more episodes: "Only One Wise Action," "Goodnight Sweetheart," "Dry Eyes," and "Overture."
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DirectorShingo Kaneko
Release Date:  2004
MPAA Rating:  Unrated
Runtime:  1hr 40min
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review by . July 18, 2006
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Pros: Episode 10     Cons: *checks watch* Can we speed things up a bit?     The Bottom Line: Slowly but surely we're getting there. Where? Oh I have no idea.     Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie's plot. Here we go. Catchin’ up on my posts.      P.S. Starting with this volume would be a bad choice.      Two years ago, Kiyotaka Narumi, famed pianist and esteemed detective …
Spiral - Vol. 3: Shooting Fallen Stars
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