Speed Grapher follows the exploits of former war photographer Tatsumi Saiga, who investigates a secret fetish club for the ultra-wealthy called the Roppongi Club. He tries to photograph the club's "goddess," a 15-year-old, exploited girl named Kagura, but is discovered. As he is about to be killed, Kagura kisses him, granting him the ability to destroy anything he photographs. Saiga soon discovers that Kagura's body fluids, like her saliva, can give people bizarre abilities relating to their secret desires, fetishes, and obsessions. Club members strive for the honor of becoming "gifted" via Kagura's power. Saiga soon becomes entangled in this secret underground society and the powerful and corrupt Tennōzu Group mega-corporation that operates it. He attempts to free Kagura, a move that puts the two of them on the run from the Tennōzu Group and blood-thirsty members of the club with bizarre and often horrifying special powers.
Pros: Catchy soundtrack, well-rounded character development, character designs, satisfying conclusion, imaginative fight scenes and "Euphoric" powers, fitting English dub, mature themes. Cons: Animation is sub-par in some areas, the "final battles" near the end are too short. Plot Summary: Please see the Wiki article to the right for a summary of the plot. Review Body: I'm usually not one for gratuitious … more