Shakugan no shana

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Shakugan no Shana (TV)

2nd Key Animation:
Fan Out(eps 1, 3, 6)
Kagura(eps 1, 3, 6)
Nakamura Production(eps 1, 3, 6)
Studio Mark(eps 1, 3, 6)

Animation Production: J.C. Staff

Broadcaster:
Animax(2006-01-15)
Chiba Television(2005-10-05)
Mainichi Broadcasting System(2005-10-08)
Aichi Television Broadcasting(2005-10-10)
Television Kanagawa(2005-10-05)
Television Saitama Co., Ltd.(2005-10-05)

Cooperation:
Dengeki Editorial
Dengeki HP

Copyright: MediaWorks

Digital Paint:
Asahi Production(ep 10)
BJ(ep 15)
Moon Seong Animation(ep 4)
Digital Engine(eps 4, 10)
EASIA(eps 8, 13, 20)
E-cho(ep 3)
FAI(ep 10)
Fan Out(9 episodes

eps 6-7, 12-14, 19-20, 22, 24

)

FENICE 302(6 episodes

eps 10, 18-20, 22, 24

)

Frontline(eps 2, 21)
Hayashi(11 episodes

eps 3-4, 6, 8-12, 15, 19, 21

)

Hyoin Entertainment(ep 2)
iseriA(ep 16)
K-2(ep 4)
Mook Animation(ep 9)
Niandai Animation(eps 1-14, 16-24)
Triple A(6 episodes

eps 16, 18-20, 22, 24

)

XEBEC M2(ep 7)

DVD Distribution: Geneon Entertainment, Inc.

Editing: Toei Audio Visual Art Center

In-Between Animation:
Asahi Production(ep 10)
BJ(ep 15)
Moon Seong Animation(ep 4)
Digital Engine(eps 4, 10)
EASIA(eps 8, 13, 20)
FAI(ep 10)
Fan Out(9 episodes

eps 6-7, 12-14, 19-20, 22, 24

)

FENICE 302(6 episodes

eps 10, 18-20, 22, 24

)

Frontline(eps 2, 21)
Hayashi(10 episodes

eps 3-4, 6, 8-12, 19, 21

)

Hyoin Entertainment(ep 2)
K-2(ep 4)
Mook Animation(ep 9)
Niandai Animation(eps 1-14, 16-24)
Triple A(5 episodes

eps 16, 18-20, 22

)

Xebec(ep 19)
Key Animation:
arp Japan(ep 7)
Asahi Production(ep 10)
AZETA PICTURES(ep 3)
BJ(ep 21)
Moon Seong Animation(ep 4)
Buyuu(eps 7, 9)
Chaos Project(ep 17)
Digital Engine(eps 4, 10)
EASIA(4 episodes

eps 8, 13, 18, 20

)

E-cho(8 episodes

eps 1, 3, 5-6, 8, 13, 20, 23

)

FAI(ep 10)
Fan Out(11 episodes

eps 5, 7, 9, 12-14, 18-20, 22, 24

)

FENICE 302(eps 19, 24)
GAINAX(ep 3)
Garan(eps 8-9, 13)
GASHAW STUPID(eps 13, 16, 24)
Hayashi(8 episodes

eps 3-4, 8-12, 19

)

I-Move(eps 8, 22, 24)
K-2(ep 4)
Kagura(eps 5, 13)
KURENAIGUMI(7 episodes

eps 3, 5, 8-9, 13, 17, 19

)

Last House(eps 9, 13)
Nakamura Production(eps 7, 21-22)
Niandai Animation(18 episodes

eps 3-5, 7-14, 17-20, 22-24

)

Sakura Create(ep 9)
Seieisha(ep 14)
STUDIO GAO(ep 23)
Studio Mark(ep 17)
Studio Wanpack(eps 11, 16)
Triple A(eps 17, 19-20)
Wish(eps 17, 20)

Muisc Cooperation: TV Tokyo Music

Music Production: Geneon Entertainment, Inc.

Planning Cooperation: Big Shot

Production: Shakugan no Shana Production Committee

Production Committee:
Geneon Entertainment, Inc.
J.C. Staff
MediaWorks
Showgate
Toshiba Entertainment

Production Cooperation:
BJ(eps 15, 21)
Cosmic Ray(ep 5)
Dangun Pictures(eps 4, 10)
Noside(eps 2, 7)

Recording Studio: Procen Studio

Sound Production: Magic Capsule

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Description

He had thought his normal days would last forever, until they were ended abruptly by an encounter with a girl with red hair and eyes. He named her Shana.

Not long after he enters high school, Sakai Yuji’s normal days come to an end. He sees something bizarre on his way home: people are frozen in a strange fire, and a monster that looks like a large doll is attacking them. Just when he's about to be killed, a girl in a dark cloak wielding a large sword appears, and slices the monster in half. Although Yuji survives the strange encounter, the girl informs him of a desolate truth: " 'You' don't exist anymore."

She calls herself a Flame Haze who hunts "Guze no Tomogara"; intruders from another world. She explains to him that he is a "Torch", a substitute of Yuji whose “existence” has already been devoured. She also told him that he is a special Torch, "Mystes", which contains a precious item in it. When he looks at his chest, he sees within himself a faint flame, just as she said.

It is in this way that his eternal struggle alongside the girl begins.

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Alternative Titles

English: Shakugan no Shana: Season I

Synonyms: Burning-Eyed Shana

Japanese: 灼眼のシャナ


Information

Type:TV

Episodes: 24

Status: Finished Airing

Aired: Oct 6, 2005 to Mar 23, 2006

Premiered:Fall 2005

Broadcast: Thursdays at 00:45 (JST)

Producers:Geneon Universal Entertainment, ASCII Media Works, Toshiba Entertainment, Cosmic Ray, Showgate

Licensors:Funimation, Geneon Entertainment USA

Studios:J.C.Staff

Source: Light novel

Genres:ActionAction, DramaDrama, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance, SupernaturalSupernatural

Theme:SchoolSchool

Duration: 24 min. per ep.

Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Statistics

Score:7.491(scored by 230227230,227 users)

1 indicates a weighted score.

Ranked:#16622

2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.

Popularity: #333

Members: 488,639

Favorites: 4,812


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The world has become a slaughtering ground for the Crimson Denizens, mysterious beings from a parallel universe who thrive on the life energy of humans. These merciless murderers only leave behind scant remainders of souls called "Torches," which are mere residues that will eventually be destroyed, along with the very fact of the victims' existence from the minds of the living. In an ambitious endeavor to put an end to this invisible, hungry massacre, warriors called Flame Hazes relentlessly fight these monsters.

One fateful day, Yuuji Sakai ceases to be a regular high schooler—he becomes trapped in a crevice of time and is suddenly attacked by a Denizen. Coming to his rescue just in the nick of time is a nameless hunter who seems no different from an ordinary young girl except for her blazing eyes and burning crimson hair. However, before Yuuji can learn anything more about his situation, he discovers that he has already been reduced to a Torch—merely a scrap of memory waiting to be extinguished.

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Shakugan no Shana is licensed in North America by Funimation after Geneon withdrew from the American market, and made its first North American television debut in September of 2012 on the Funimation Channel.


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Overall8
Story8
Animation9
Sound8
Character10
Enjoyment9
"You are not a human. You are an object."

If you were told the above, what would your reaction be? Sakai Yuji, the male protagonist of Shakugan no Shana, was thrown precisely into this chaotic situation one day while walking home from school. At the same time, viewers were introduced to the main theme of the anime. What if no one will ever remember your existence in this world. Being dead is one thing, but if everything about you will be erased from this world when you die (that includes people's memory of you), the thought alone could be terrifying to many.

While at first glance Shakugan no Shana may seem like just another anime with the protagonist being thrown into a world he never thought existed. It really make itself standout from the rest if for no other reason than the spectacular introduction to the theme of the story. The story develop itself rather slowly midway through the series as the viewers were taken back in time for some background learning that lead us to understand certain characters better (more on that in the character section). Overall there was no rush to the story as events unfold themselves in a very elegant and comprehensive manner.

It should, however, be noted that since this is just an introductory season to the Shana saga (there is a season 2 to Shakugan no Shana and there will most likely be more in the future), not a lot of questions were answered ... but many were raised and leave people in confusion at the end.

Though it can't be considered a masterpiece in animation, it is in fact still pretty top notch, especially the battle effects (flames for example, were animated in great detail and looked very awesome). If there's anything to complain about, it would be the over-sized eyes on most characters. But once that's accepted, everything else about the animation should not hurt your eyes.

While the OP were very catchy, I didn't quite like the ED much (personal taste). Sound tracks were great as they match well with the intended scenes, some can even help drive your emotion a bit. In addition, the seiyu are quite famous:
Shana voiced by Rie Kugimiya whose famous for her role in Full Metal Alchemist as Alphonse Elric, Nena Trinity in Gundam 00, and Louise Françoise in Zero no Tsukaima. Kazumi Yoshida voiced by Ayako Kawasumi who voiced in Fate/stay night as Saber, Kanokon as Chizuru Minamoto, and Otoha Sakurano in Sky Girls.
Shakugan no Shana also stars Hitomi Nabatame, Shizuka Itou, Mamiko Noto, and many many more talented voice actors/actresses.

Characters are what make this anime shine like a star. Due to the "non-rushing" nature of the show, each character (even the supporting casts) present their own background history and overtime we get to know their personality more and their "behind thoughts". This result in a very real and believable group of fantastically designed characters (both in terms of the "realism" and the "looks"). Definitely not something you see often in anime these days. The drawback is that some viewers may find it boring or made the stalled the story development.

While not quite a masterpiece level anime, Shakugan no Shana is still a show that is very successful in every single aspect. Personally, this show started out quite a bit like Busou Renkin and Bleach (while others say it is similar to Fate/stay night), but it ultimately delivered a much stronger impression on me than the ones mentioned.

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Okay, for my first ever review, I thought I'd review one of my all time favourites, Shakugan no Shana.

Before I start, let me say that this anime is not everyone's cup of tea. Some people love it, some hate it and some are in between. As for me, I love it to bits so if my review seems a bit biased, I apologise right off the bat.

First off, the storyline, I'm sure there are a few anime out there featuring parallel worlds or dimensions but I really enjoyed the way it's portrayed in this anime. The main reason for this being that, with such a grim and mature-ish beginning to the anime that gave it such a depth to storyline, the anime does also get lighter by mixing it with some other elements as well and I enjoy these lighter moments as much as the more intense parts of the anime. And mind you, this anime does seem to make the world around the main protagonist, Yuji, to seem hopeless at the start but it grows to become more light-hearted while still maintaining its original premise.

The artwork is rather good in my honest opinion. The characters are reasonably well drawn, although they are of the large-eyed variety as seen in many anime, they are still pretty decent to look at. In my opinion, the artwork shines the most during the fight scenes. The fight scenes never seem to leave you disoriented since it is laid out in such a way that makes it simple and yet, an enjoyment to watch.

For the sound of the anime, I have found nothing I am particularly unhappy about when it comes to the overall sound of the anime. Basically, everything sounds alright, with no flaws or anything that I have found. The voice acting was also pretty decent, and I know some people would beg to differ right here but I liked the way that Rie Kugimiya voiced Shana to be very child-like to mirror Shana's original age and her true child-like self. I did also really enjoy the opening and ending themes of the series. The animations during these are pretty decent as well.

Now for my favourite part, the characters. The characters really do grow on you in this anime. They also really do have some growth, even the less important ones do have some development to a certain degree. The most of development however must happen to the main characters and this series does not disappoint. First off, the main male protagonist, Yuji Sakai, there is a good deal of development especially at the early stages of the series when he is thrust headlong into a reality that seems so hopeless for him, and yet, he grows to understand and accept his situation. Second, there's Shana, the main female protagonist. Being a tsundere(wiki it if you're wondering what this means) character, she does have a lot of development as a character in the story throughout the series as she grows less cold toward Yuji, as she originally viewed him as little more than an object, and instead begins to grow more fond of him and these feelings really confuse her as she still has to maintain her duty as a Flame Haze.

Now for the enjoyment factor, I really did enjoy it. Especially in the later parts of the anime, the plot and the characters did leave me feeling more and more attached to the anime. Most of all, I enjoyed watching the development of Yuji and Shana's relationship together since it's not your typical boy likes girl, girl likes boy drama, it's a lot more complicated than it appears.

Overall, this is a great anime to watch with characters that begin to grow on you after a while. I definitely would recommend watching it. And it's also a must watch for any tsundere fan out there as well.

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Shakugan no shana... An anime with alot of potential that overall felt like alot of regurgitated shounen/romance anime was a bit of a let down. The predictable uninspired story line, repetitiveness, cheesy humor, and mediocre character development left alot to be desired and is far from a masterpiece that is popularity would make you believe it is.

Story line:
The initial introduction of the story really got my hopes up; basically about a normal boy who gets pulled into a bizarre battle only to find after words he no longer really exists, and that his entire being will slowly fade away and be forgotten by all of his loved ones. While discovering mysterious powers of his own he is emersed into into the world of magic and battles along with the cute but stubborn Red haired girl Shana who fights off those that threaten humanity.

Despite having an interesting few episodes the plot it stale. It moves very slowly and is predictable for the most part. The anime could have easily been done in half the episodes they took. The battles slowly become tedious along with the story. Also the cheesy romance that develops made it almost unbearable to watch after a certain point. If I were to describe the enjoyment of the story line most of the middle episodes drop down to a 4-5 nearly killing the series...

Art:
It was... acceptable. As far as most main stream shows go the art was OK... but it was overall mediocre. It also feels very deceiving that the advertisements and Opening theme for the series has such beautiful animation because its really not that great overall. Some of the battle scenes were well done though.
Character animation wise the most attention is given to Shana; and they do a very good job with her. The rest of the characters on the other hand are uncreative and boring. The main character specifically lacks any real attracting traits that would set him apart from a side character...

Sound:
Opening and ending songs are pretty good, I especially enjoyed the first ending theme Yowake Umare Kuru Shoujo. The music in show overall was acceptable, but nothing really stands out about it.

Character:
The two main characters... try imagining Saber and Shirou from fate/stay night as middle schoolers and that should give you an idea; Although Shana is much more vocally stubborn that Saber ever was.
Shana is the predictable Tsundere character~ The stubborn easily ticked, but deep down shy emotional girl. Her character development is interesting since she doesn't really understand basic human interaction very well...
Yuji also is the predictable week but good hearted normal kid, who grows up to be more dependable courageous guy.
Perhaps what killed the character development was when they attempted to throw in romance... its just didn't work for this plot because of their age... and it split what the story really should have focused on.
There are actually alot of other characters in the story... but their development is mediocre or nonexistent...

Enjoyment/Overall
I don't really have much else to say about this series other than It was actually painful to put myself through the torture of watching this entire series; and I think anime fans that are looking for something deep, a moving story line, and/or epic battles will be very disappointed unless they have very low standards.

The reason its gets overall higher scores is because it was made for a large viewing audience~ incorporating humor, action, Romance, magical/fantasy and slice of life. They say the Jack of all trades is master of none, and this anime proves this point.

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I will say at the beginning of this anime i did feel a little hopeless. The anime imposes a scary thought into your head, what if i flicker out? What if no one REMEMBERS me? That is the main theme of this anime. Not whether or not you existed, but whether or not you are remembered.

This is a story about loving someone who isn't necessarily human, but human to you. I warn you, the first three or four episodes are sad, because you will most likely be empathizing with the Torches. But, overall, the anime is enjoyable, meaningful, and somehow, it makes you look for the silver lining.

Watch the first 4 episodes, and then after that, you can basically assess whether you will enjoy the art style and theme or not.

STORY: 9
With many twists and turns, this anime definitely has you addicted to each and every episode. Each episode develops the characters phenomenally each step of the journey, and creates a dramatic tension that could almost be understood as the recognition of one's self and values. The only problem I had with the story was the fact that... Yuuji never kisses Shana. I waited for that every episode after they mentioned the "oath". . Also, i have never heard someone describe the feelings attached to a kiss so accurately and empathetically.

ART: 10
The effects are... amazing. I will admit i was thrown off by the overly big eyes at the very beginning when i looked at the cover for this anime, but somehow they suit the style and artistic quality of the anime. The effects when Shana has her burning hair are astounding, and the lighting effects are magnificent. I watched a splash in the water, gaping at how intricate and amazingly crafted it was. Art is without a doubt a perfect 10 for this anime.

SOUND: 8
I loved the voice actors for every character, and enjoyed the OP and ED sequences very much. I would've rather had a slower song for the OP, but when you get to episode 13 (i think), the OP changes and it becomes suitable for the episodes. I enjoyed the ED very much. I'm usually one to skip the credits each episode, but i watched with awe for most of them. And i enjoyed the art in the background =]

CHARACTERS: 10
This is the first anime i have ever given a 10 on characters for. Most characters are flat, that don't change substantially from episode to episode, but SHakugan no Shana shows the difference between Yuuji and his understanding of his own situation, and his own acceptance of him becoming a Mistes, and also Shana's relationship with Yuuji (No matter how many times she avoids it by yelling "Shut up! Shut up! Shut up!") develops so intricately into the plot. This was one of the most wonderful character development sequences i have ever come across. You will fall in love with Shana and Yuuji for their admirable qualities (and some of Shana's detestable manners). I can guarantee that.

ENJOYMENT: 9
Everyone loves a good sad anime every now and then. And then to be lifted up from that sad anime into a happier light. That's what this anime does. It makes you involved with every single character, and makes you enjoy every aspect of the visual effects, the sound effects, and the general aura that is exhumed from whatever device you're watching it from. It's got a lot of good moments, though it doesn't have the outrageous "Anime Comedy" animation that i've seen in others (Where the characters get huge teeth to bark with, or their heads get huge and their bodies become small, other effects like that). So if you enjoy that particular aspect of Anime Comedy, i say look elsewhere.

OVERALL: 9
I would give this one a perfect 10, but i feel that the storyline could move quicker towards the beginning, and admonish the fact that people want don't want to be put off by the sadness. I think if you watch this, i will give you the same advice that i have given for other animes: Watch the first 3 episodes, and if you like it, watch it, or ditch it (Even if it is "Orphen: The sorcerer stabbing something or other").

Enjoy =]

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Alternative Titles

English: Shakugan no Shana: Season III

Synonyms: Shakugan no Shana Third, Shakugan no Shana 3

Japanese: 灼眼のシャナIII –Final–


Information

Type:TV

Episodes: 24

Status: Finished Airing

Aired: Oct 8, 2011 to Mar 24, 2012

Premiered:Fall 2011

Broadcast: Saturdays at 01:30 (JST)

Producers:Geneon Universal Entertainment, Warner Bros. Japan, ASCII Media Works, Showgate

Licensors:Funimation

Studios:J.C.Staff

Source: Light novel

Genres:ActionAction, DramaDrama, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance, SupernaturalSupernatural

Duration: 23 min. per ep.

Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Statistics

Score:7.531(scored by 104924104,924 users)

1 indicates a weighted score.

Ranked:#15232

2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.

Popularity: #813

Members: 216,836

Favorites: 1,081


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Yuji disappeared the fateful night he was supposed to choose between a life combating evil by Shana's side or as a normal teenager. He returns from near-death to lead the Crimson Denizens in a dubious plot to bring peace to the universe, but Shana isn't fooled. In an explosive reunion, the fiery warrior faces her unlikeliest of foes while Flame Hazes from across the world join forces to ignite a war that will determine the fate of all supernatural kind.

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(This is my first review here on MAL, so I apologize for being an amateur at this. Also be aware, minor spoilers are included.)

Oh Shana, how low could you have gotten?

I was a big Shana fan three years ago, and after hearing of the news of when season 3 was going to premier last Summer, I was overjoyed. Boy was I in for a surprise, massive disappointment.

Shakugan no Shana III (Final) is J.C. Staff's third and final adaption of the popular Shakugan no Shana light novel series written by Yashichiro Takahashi. Shakugan no Shana is a hot series for J.C. Staff, with each volume of season 1 and season 2 having sold 10,000+ copies total, and with great reason. Shakugan no Shana was a very entertaining and interesting series with the first two seasons. Season 3 however, is a whole different beast (It's even selling on average 4,000 copies per volume on average, not 10,000+ like the successful first two seasons.).

We start off with how Yuji has disappeared, and whether or not if he truly has had his flame burn out. This was interesting...for a while. One of the biggest issues early on with season 3 is time. They make no effort to explain when season 3 takes place (I.E. How long after the end of season 2.), and it proves to be a problem that just gets worse, confusing the viewer. Not to mention, something always associated with time, pacing. Shana III has an issue of making events either occur way too fast, or way too slow (Like slower than Dragon Ball Z almost at times.). This is very apparent during much of the first half, the war between the Flame Hazes, and the Bal Masque which also happens to be one of the most boring, if not the most boring war I've ever seen in an anime.

Another problem with the series is character development, and lack of explanations as to what's going on. Season 3's biggest issue is adding too many characters at once, and then not even bothering to provide any back-story, thus causing the viewer to hardly care about them. They'll only really be attached to the characters they know and love from the first two seasons, except of course Yuji (I'll get to this later.). As the show goes on, this only gets worse and worse as they try to make you care with touching moments, but due to the lack of proper character development, this does nothing.

The lack of explanations really is one of the biggest issues. It makes the show quite confusing, and leads to the viewer being quite bored. There are also many contradictions thanks to this.

Now, Yuji. The Yuji you knew from seasons 1 and 2 is completely gone. For some, this may be a good thing, but for others, it's quite a bad thing. Basically early on he has The Snake of the Festival take over his body. We have no idea where Yuji was, or where The Snake of the Festival came in which goes back to the issue of the lack of explanations and time. The Snake of the Festival later takes over as leader of the Bal Masque (As he was their former boss before he was sealed away.), and his goal first is to free his old body (Which of course, is a giant snake.), and he has another thing up his sleeve (He reveals this during the war.) which I won't post about due to spoilers.

The sound and art (Well, it's not as good, but it works.) are pretty much on par with the first two seasons, and they're what help hold this show up from being a 3/10 show or lower. It helps make the show still somewhat enjoyable. They're the best things about the show, which is such a shame. The entertainment value is there, but not much. A few episodes I've found have been quite a chore to watch even.

Overall, Shana III is a massive disappointment, and only devoted Shana fans will really have any reason to watch this, the main one being just to finish the story (This is the only reason why I haven't dropped it, I really want to see the end.). I may edit this after I see the end, but I don't expect this show to get much better.

Edit 3/30/2012 after seeing episodes 23 and 24 (The original part of the review was on 1-22):

Episode 23 didn't really help the show (It suffered from the same problems that are very apparent in the series), but episode 24 was worth watching (It's pretty much the only episode really worth watching). We get a decent enough ending which actually resulted in some decent character development.

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this is my first review in My Anime List

Story :
just to be honest! Shakugan no Shana III is the true adaptation of novel... this is the true Shana without fanservice or filler episode...
We're having a huge changes of plot since previous seasons and we face a faster pacing in this season... but somehow, J.C. Staff managed to pull it out and make it lots better than any anime they ever made before...

Art :
just same like previous seasons... this art is already good enough for Light Novel adaptation anime (please don't compare the art with Visual Novel adaptation)
the battle's art is very good

Sound :
I can't say anything anymore.... Mami Kawada, Kotoko, and Altima totally owned this season! Serment, I'll Believe, and ONE is really good and enjoyable... not to mention the BGM and some songs from Mami Kawada as BGM (Akai Namida, u/n, etc)

Character :
awesome! Shana and Yuji's character developments are very well-pictured by J.C.Staff. Not only two main characters but also Yoshida Kazumi, Eita, Keisaku Satou, Margery Daw, and Wilhelmina...

Enjoyment :
totally enjoyed it... that's all... I don't know what to say anymore

Overall :
10/10 is maybe too high.. but for me, I consider Shakugan no Shana III as one of the best anime I ever watched

sorry if my review is bad.... this is my first time... xD

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Shana? Yes, I was waiting the third season very long!

The third season of Shana - the long-awaited project from J.C.Staff, which was expected not only to fans of the most Shana, but also people who love any art of this studio.

Since I myself am a fan of Shana, I can say that the ending was totally justified. This anime made ​​me remember all the seasons of Shana and this is good news, since not every studio can do it.

In fact, in the third season added a lot of sharp turns of the plot, which is good simple viewiers. (Story - 9)

New Shana a lot of interesting creatures and transformations, that is good news. New monsters, interesting buildings and various specifically can fully appreciate the scale and scope of this anime. (Art - 8)

The music is just great! Since the release of the anime, and to this day, I listen openings and endings. (Sound - 8)

Characters not really changed since the second season, of course added new ones, but they are not particularly interesting. An exception can be called Sakai Yuji. (Character - 7)

Unfortunately when watching the third season of Shana sometimes there is a desire to switch off and do not watch it, because so much is not clear, but razbratsya in all of this is very difficult, but it's still interesting to know how it ends, and how the story will turn into reality. (Enjoyment - 7)

In conclusion I would like to add that all the seasons of Shakugan no Shana made ​​a huge impression on me, and so I want to thank J.C.Staff for taking the job. They were able to do Shakugan no Shana for what it is, and a happy ending to it - it's entirely their merit. I'm glad it ended so Shakugan no Shana!

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This is my first review, not that it matter much.

I address this to fans of the the series,

Firstly, if you enjoyed the first two seasons because of the plot, characters and nice pace, like myself, then you can kiss those things goodbye and prepare yourself for intense confusion.

Now really review this.

To be completely honest, I've watched few anime with as much of an impact as Shakugan no Shana from the start. I enjoyed the first two seasons as well as the specials thoroughly, I enjoyed the concept of existence and I enjoyed the love elements placed thought out them.

In the case of Shakugan no Shana III Final, it seems to have butchered everything great about the first two seasons. This is because they were replaced them with endless fight scenes and a sudden increase in cast with no backstory whatsoever.

That's not to say the anime itself is bad, but because the first two seasons were incredibly similar, I must say that the change in delivering the story was a little strange. Anyway, I should talk about why this sequel wasn't as good as it could have been.



Story:

Alright, assuming you've watched the first two seasons, you should have a thorough idea of where the plot is at. However, most characters from the past barely have any screen time and those who do hardly need an explanation about themselves.

The story begins with a nice plot twist which adds an interesting controversy from the beginning. In truth, the first episode was very similar to the first two seasons. Even the episodes following keep a nice plot going, it didn't take long though for the action to kick in.

The first two seasons had an equal pace of both action and progressing with the plot and somewhat decent character development. In this case you are introduced to a short and strong plot, before delving into battles that cover endless amounts of episodes. But these scenes are so long that they ignore the plot, heck they could have been condensed into half, no, a quarter of their length really easily.

Alongside these fights you are also introduced to a cast so large that you sometimes forget about the main characters, which isn't a good thing. Though I’ll address this later alongside those damn Flame Hazes.

The beginning of the season was great to be honest, it delivered the plot with a decent pace and flow. After that you’re bombarded with action packed scenes that actually like to avoid the plot. I’m not saying they’re bad scenes, but you’ll be so adjusted to the fighting that when the story progresses you’ll be a little caught off.

When the plot does develop, there are usually actions that take place that are completely stupid. You will most probably find yourself dumbstruck at how unbelievably crazy the things people do in the season are, however you’ll have to suck it up and remember that whatever happens is never addressed to again.

It’s not a necessarily bad story, but the lack of any progression due to the fights causes you to forget the plot. I must say though that a few episodes at the end make a nod or two towards a certain someone from the first episode of the first season which really meant something.

Overall a 5/10.



Art and Sound:

I decided to combine the two since I actually have little to say on the matter for either.

The art remains similar to it’s prequels, here and there you notice a little more detail than usual but nothing special.

The truly exceptional factor in the art is that no matter how fast paced things get, you’re still supplied with decently fluid animation and detail. Being a twenty-six episode season there are naturally a ton of scenes and a lot that needs to be tended to during those full scale fight scenes with an entire army of people.

Because of this I really admire the people who animated and coloured every scene throughout the season, even the computer generated snow and stuff is awesome.

The sound however... It took a turn for the worst. While the first two seasons gave you soundtracks with emotion, tension and meaning all I heard throughout Final was dramatic music.

The music wasn’t anything bad, not was it anything superior to the first seasons, however I heard so many pieces for action filled scenes that I swear only ever heard a cycle of five songs or so.

I enjoyed all of the OP and EDs and found ‘Light My Fire’ to be a song I really enjoy. No problems there.

To be truthful, I don’t want to go back through the series either just to try and hear those non-dramatic pieces.

The sound effects were the same as ever, satisfying. Not much else to say.

The art gets a 7/10 for a decent job and consistency on demand.

The musical score and sounds only get a 5/10 due to playing their part in adding tension but nothing more than that.



Character:

Okay, this is where I actually begin to get annoyed since characters that played a role in the first two seasons are barely addressed to again.

Keisaku, Eita? I think I’ve heard those names before... Nope, must have been my imagination.

Past characters who added to the plot barely got a mention during Final, which was sad since I never once disliked the cast at all. While those who did still didn’t get much attention paid either.

In this case all there is to focus on is Sakai Yuji, Shana and an massive new cast of characters who completely stamped on any understanding you ever had of past members involved with anything at all from the plot before Final.

There are so many new characters which really aggravated me more than anything else. Despite the issues with the plot, despite the endless fighting, the characters are what got me most.

Firstly and fore mostly, don’t bother with remembering their names. Just don’t. Because you’ll not only struggle with comprehending the battles and the plot, but also who you are watching make the plot happen.

Not only is the cast incredibly large and time consuming to remember, but the story flickers between all of them constantly. At a fair few points some die and you’ll either say, “Who was that?” or you’ll forget them in a short time anyway because someone new has probably been introduced by then.

Thankfully, it seems that we didn’t have to bother with remembering their backstory since it is NEVER explained. Okay, maybe one person had their past told in the most unhelpful way, but constantly shifting between people in the story left it incredibly difficult to keep track of anything!

Personality wise... You will still be lost as the new characters reveal barely anything about themselves. Leaving you with bland characters who probably can’t make an apocalypse exciting.

If you love Yuji and Shana however you’ll be drowned in moments including them... Even if Sairei no Hebi makes you wonder whether it’s actually Yuji or not who is speaking.

If you love the past characters then I’d advise you to keep any hopes for their appearances in firmly on the harsh reality that they’re rarely referenced to if at all.

If you love a brand new cast of people who you really don’t want to give a damn about then this will be perfect as you can kiss all those LAME characters from before goodbye and say hello to a great amount of characters with as much personality as bread!

Okay, okay I’ve had enough of a rant on the new guys, it’s time for something serious here.

The Flame Hazes.

I didn’t really understand them from the get-go to be honest. All I knew was that they were a large group of people who killed Guze-no-Tomogara for the sake of balancing the world.

This made me question why they decide to kill so many throughout the season with little to no care for the so called,”Imbalance of Existence”.

I always assumed what they did as a job, and there’s a level of understanding where taking care of these creatures is what they do for a living.

However, in this case the Flame Haze are presented with the perfect opportunity to remove those whom imbalance the amount of existence. So what do they do? Rebel. Why? Because they don’t want to loose purpose.

Seriously, the entire focus of the season is how Yuji wishes to remove the Flame Hazes enemies, yet the fight against the Guze-no-Tomogara based on the fact that they want to continue fighting them until they’re killed.

Maybe I missed something out, maybe I’ve watched to many faced paced scenes to remember the plot, maybe there’d be a big imbalance of existence if they all disappeared.

But when you watch the ending to Final you can only facepalm at the stubbornness and idiocy of the Flame Hazes. I wont ruin the moment for you, if you want to have the living hell confused out of you then go ahead and watch it.

As a result however the only form of character development involves a little bit between Yuji and Shana while the fantastic new cast introduced to the show and the Flame Hazes spoil any other enjoyment you may get out of characters.

I end my rant here with a 2/10 since there was just enough development to gain an extra mark from the lowest possible rating.

Enjoyment:

Please, if you just read everything before this you should now mostly how feel.

This is mostly a summary of what I’ve previously said.

Despite enjoying the first two seasons and specials a great deal, Final was highly disappointing. The plot was all that kept me going while I suffered through countless scenes filled with action-packed battles between people I didn’t know with character traits that I couldn’t understand. The musical score was repeated enough to make me feel sick, excluding ‘Light My Fire’ and the art was generally alright.

Did I enjoy it?

Only during the first few episodes, episode nineteen and the final episode. (I partially enjoyed the final episode merely because it ended.)

As a result, 4/10.



Overall:

Overall, it’s a clunky mess of dissatisfaction. If you’re watching it for the story rather than the fighting then you’re going to be let down a lot and there’ll be a long wait before you see the plot develop.

At times you may find yourself crying, either with confusion, anger or disappointment. I almost cried myself during those final few minutes at the end, because of how sad I was that something so awesome could become so bad.

Whereas if you’re a die-hard fan of the series overall then there’s no doubt that you’ll probably enjoy a fair part of it, what you make of the new characters is really personal preference.

As a sequel to the rest of the series, all of which I gave 7/10, it’s ultimately inferior. Everything from beforehand is thrown out while a whole new angle for both plot and characters is taken.

Even the resolve to the story is so stupid that I can’t being to express how much my understanding has dropped.

I’ve never truly felt let down by a sequel before today which really kicked the rest of Shakugan no Shana in the unmentionables. Again, whether you are or not is entirely up to how you feel with drastic changes.

And so I reach my conclusion. I’ve probably left a lot out from before, mostly to avoid spoilers and also due to the fact that I never want to relive this again.

I stand by my decision saying 3/10 is the way to go with this.

If it was a stand alone piece it would get about 6/10 on a good day, but when you take into account how decent the first two seasons and specials were, it’s only worth your time for the plot.

Now if you don’t mind, I’m off to watch the first episode of Shakugan no Shana. Perhaps contradictory to what I’ve said, but after this train wreck of a series, I’ll probably be overcome with happiness and nostalgia at how much I enjoyed the first season.

This was my first review, driven by my disappointment, I hope this has been somewhat helpful.

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Shakugan no Shana

Japanese light novel series

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Shakugan no Shana light novel volume 1, featuring Shana.

GenreDrama, supernatural[1]
Written byYashichiro Takahashi
Illustrated byNoizi Ito
Published byASCII Media Works
English publisher
ImprintDengeki Bunko
DemographicMale
Original runNovember 9, 2002 – November 10, 2012
Volumes26 (List of volumes)
Written byYashichiro Takahashi
Illustrated byAyato Sasakura
Published byASCII Media Works
English publisher
MagazineDengeki Daioh
DemographicShōnen
Original runFebruary 21, 2005 – August 27, 2011
Volumes10
Directed byTakashi Watanabe
Written byYasuko Kobayashi
Music byKow Otani
StudioJ.C.Staff
Licensed by
Original networkAnimax, MBS, TVA, Teletama, Chiba TV, TV Kanagawa
English network
Original run October 6, 2005 – March 23, 2006
Episodes24 (List of episodes)
DeveloperVridge
PublisherMediaWorks
GenreAction RPG, Visual novel
PlatformPlayStation 2, Nintendo DS
Released
Directed byTakashi Watanabe
Written byYasuko Kobayashi
Music byKow Otani
StudioJ.C.Staff
Licensed by
ReleasedDecember 8, 2006
Runtime24 minutes
Directed byTakashi Watanabe
Shigeru Ueda(co-director)
Written byYasuko Kobayashi
Music byKow Otani
StudioJ.C.Staff
Licensed by
ReleasedApril 21, 2007
Runtime90 minutes
Written byYashichiro Takahashi
Illustrated byShii Kiya
Published byASCII Media Works
MagazineDengeki Black Maoh
Dengeki Maoh
DemographicSeinen
Original runSeptember 19, 2007 – July 26, 2012
Volumes5
Directed byTakashi Watanabe
Written byYasuko Kobayashi
Music byKow Otani
StudioJ.C.Staff
Licensed by
Original networkMBS, TBS, CBC, Animax
English network
Original run October 5, 2007 – March 28, 2008
Episodes24 (List of episodes)
Directed byTakashi Watanabe
Written byYasuko Kobayashi
Music byKow Otani
StudioJ.C.Staff
Licensed by
Released October 23, 2009 – September 29, 2010
Runtime24 minutes each
Episodes4 (List of episodes)
Directed byTakashi Watanabe
Written byYasuko Kobayashi
Music byKow Otani
StudioJ.C.Staff
Licensed by
Original networkTokyo MX, Chiba TV, TV Kanagawa, MBS, CBC, AT-X, BS11
English network
Original run October 8, 2011 – March 24, 2012
Episodes24 (List of episodes)
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Shakugan no Shana (Japanese: 灼眼のシャナ, lit. "Burning-Eyed Shana"), also known simply as Shana (シャナ), is a Japanese light novel series written by Yashichiro Takahashi with illustrations by Noizi Ito. ASCII Media Works published 26 novels from November 2002 to November 2012 under their Dengeki Bunkoimprint. The story focuses on Yuji Sakai, a high school boy who inadvertently becomes involved in an age-old conflict between forces of balance and imbalance in existence. In the process, he befriends a fighter for the balancing force and names her "Shana". The series incorporates fantasy and slice of life elements into its tale.

Two manga adaptations were published by ASCII Media Works in Dengeki Daioh and Dengeki Maoh. Between 2005 and 2012, the series was adapted by J.C.Staff into three 24-episode anime television series, a four-episode original video animation (OVA) series, an animated film and an additional stand alone OVA episode. A PlayStation 2video game was released in March 2006, and it was ported to the Nintendo DS in March 2007. Viz Media licensed the novels and the first manga series for release in North America, but stopped publishing both prematurely. Geneon originally licensed the first television series for release in North America, but the license later transferred to Funimation, who also licensed the remaining anime properties. Critics praised the series for its execution of typical story elements.

Plot and characters[edit]

See also: List of Shakugan no Shana characters

Shakugan no Shana details an age-old conflict between those who inhabit the Crimson Realm (紅世, Guze), a parallel universe to the human world. The Crimson Realm is populated by Crimson Denizens (紅世の徒, Guze no Tomogara) who are able to manipulate the Power of Existence (存在の力, Sonzai no Chikara), a fundamental power within any biological entity and functions as "fuel" for one's existence. Denizens whose power stands out among their peers are known as Lords of the Crimson Realm (紅世の王, Guze no Ō), and Lords that are even more powerful are known as Gods (神, Kami). Denizens who do not care about the balance between the Crimson Realm and the human world collect Power of Existence from humans to use for their own purposes. It is the duty of Flame Hazes (フレイムヘイズ, Fureimu Heizu), humans who have formed contracts with a Crimson Lord, to maintain the two worlds' balance by killing any Denizens disrupting it. Denizens and Flame Haze fight with the use of powerful magic spells called Powers of Unrestraint (自在法, Jizaihō), which are also known as Unrestricted Spells or Unrestricted Methods. One such spell is the Seal (封絶, Fūzetsu), which creates a space where the Crimson Realm and the human world intermingle and all sorts of causalities, including time, are stopped for ordinary living beings.

The story largely takes place in Misaki City in Japan and begins when high school student Yuji Sakai is thrown into the middle of this conflict and encounters a Flame Haze girl with flaming red eyes and hair dressed in all black wielding a katana. The girl informs him that he died some time ago, and that he is a Torch (トーチ, Tōchi), a human with greatly diminished Power of Existence, and whose remaining Power of Existence will slowly run out. In addition, Yuji is a Mystes (ミステス, Misutesu), a special kind of Torch who contains a Treasure Tool (宝具, Hōgu), a magical object created by Denizens that can provide special abilities or even Powers of Unrestraint; additionally, Mystes can move within Seals. Unfazed by his apparent death, Yuji befriends the girl and names her "Shana" after her sword. They later discover that the Treasure Tool within Yuji is the Reiji Maigo (零時迷子, Midnight Lost Child), which restores his Power of Existence every night at midnight.

As time goes on, Shana and Yuji encounter several more Flame Haze, such as Margery Daw and Wilhelmina Carmel, and Denizens in Misaki City. An organization of Denizens called Bal Masqué discovers that Yuji possesses the Reiji Maigo and attempt to use the Treasure Tool on two separate occasions. Bal Masqué is led by three Lords called the Trinity: Hecate, Sydonay, and Bel Peol. They serve under a Crimson God known as the Snake of the Festival (祭礼の蛇, Sairei no Hebi), who resides within the Reiji Maigo. When the Snake of the Festival emerges, it merges its consciousness with Yuji's, assuming command over Bal Masqué, and together they formulate an elaborate plan to create a parallel world called Xanadu, which will serve as a paradise for Denizens with unlimited Power of Existence. Shana, and all of the other Flame Haze around the world, oppose the creation of Xanadu, which would eventually cause a large-scale disruption in the human world, the Crimson Realm and Xanadu itself.

Shana formulates a countermeasure and is ultimately successful in adding a single law to Xanadu where the Denizens are not allowed to eat humans anymore. With Xanadu created, the Denizens depart to the new world, soon followed by hundreds of Flame Haze determined to help enforce order on it. Yuji intends to go to Xanadu alone and make sure humans and Denizens can eventually learn to coexist, but Shana refuses to be left behind. In the end, Yuji accepts Shana's feelings and the two kiss, which activates a spell left to Yuji by Crimson Lord Lamia that restores his existence, so Yuji is no longer a Torch. With the help of another spell from Lamia, Yuji successfully restores all humans in Misaki City whose existence was absorbed by the Denizens before he and Shana depart for Xanadu together.

Production[edit]

In an early draft of what would later become Shakugan no Shana, Yashichiro Takahashi set the story in a different dimension and described the main character as having the initial personality of Shana, but the appearance of an older woman similar to Margery Daw. However, after talking with an editor, Takahashi rewrote the character to have the appearance of a young girl. In doing so, he used Shana's small build to symbolize a story of growth and to emphasize the physical conflict between her and her opponents.Noizi Ito was contacted in early August 2002 to be the illustrator for the series, and she was very excited to work on the project after she read the manuscript for the first novel; this was the first time Ito drew illustrations for a book.

Shortly before writing Shakugan no Shana, Takahashi made his debut as an author with A/B Extreme, which was awarded an honorable mention in the eighth Dengeki Novel Prize by MediaWorks (now ASCII Media Works) in 2001.[4] By his own admission, A/B Extreme was too difficult for readers to understand, so for his next work, he set out to write something easier to grasp. As such, the initial premise of Shakugan no Shana was to write a boy meets girl story in a school setting, though initially love was not one of the themes included. He was given the freedom to write as he pleased based on this premise after showing it to his editor.

Media[edit]

Light novels and books[edit]

Main article: List of Shakugan no Shana light novels

Shakugan no Shana began as a light novel series written by Yashichiro Takahashi, with illustrations drawn by Noizi Ito. ASCII Media Works published 26 volumes between November 9, 2002 and November 10, 2012 under their Dengeki Bunkoimprint;[5][6] 22 comprise the main story, while the other four are side story collections.[7][8][9][10] A short story was later published in the September 2017 issue of ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Bunko Magazine.[11]Viz Media licensed the novels for English distribution in North America, but they only released two volumes in 2007.[12][13] The novels are also licensed in South Korea by Daewon C.I.,[14] and in Taiwan and Hong Kong by Kadokawa Media.[15]

A 160-page guide book titled Shakugan no Shana no Subete (灼眼のシャナノ全テ, All About Shakugan no Shana) was published on December 10, 2005 by ASCII Media Works.[16] Two more guide books were published by ASCII Media Works for the anime adaptations: Anime Shakugan no Shana no Subete (アニメ 『灼眼のシャナ』 ノ全テ) on October 27, 2006 with 176 pages, and Anime Shakugan no Shana II no Subete (アニメ 『灼眼のシャナII』 ノ全テ) on October 19, 2009 with 168 pages.[17][18] Four 128-page art books illustrated by Ito were published by ASCII Media Works: Guren (紅蓮) on February 25, 2005, Kaen (華焔) on August 9, 2007, Sōen (蒼炎) on August 10, 2009, and Shana (遮那) on August 9, 2013.[19][20][21][22]

Manga[edit]

A manga adaptation, illustrated by Ayato Sasakura, was serialized in ASCII Media Works' manga magazine Dengeki Daioh between the April 2005 and October 2011 issues.[23][24] The individual chapters were collected and published in ten tankōbon volumes from October 27, 2005 and October 27, 2011.[25][26] A special limited edition version of volume two was bundled with a booklet titled Grimoire including contributions from guest artists and writers for various illustrations, manga, and short stories.[27] Viz Media licensed the manga for English distribution in North America. Viz released six volumes between April 17, 2007 and September 21, 2010,[28][29] but then cancelled the release of the final four volumes.[30] The manga is also licensed in South Korea by Daewon C.I.,[31] in Taiwan and Hong Kong by Kadokawa Media,[32] and in Germany by Egmont.[33]

A second manga illustrated by Shii Kiya, titled Shakugan no Shana X Eternal song: Harukanaru Uta (灼眼のシャナX Eternal song -遙かなる歌-), is based on the events of the tenth novel and began serialization in ASCII Media Works' manga magazine Dengeki Black Maoh on September 19, 2007.[34] The manga was later transferred to Dengeki Maoh and ran in that magazine between the December 2009 and September 2012 issues.[35][36] Five volumes were released between January 27, 2009 and September 27, 2012.[37][38] The manga is licensed in South Korea by Daewon C.I.,[39] and in Taiwan and Hong Kong by Kadokawa Media.[40]

Anime[edit]

See also: List of Shakugan no Shana episodes

A 24-episode anime television series adaptation of Shakugan no Shana aired in Japan between October 6, 2005 and March 23, 2006 on TV Kanagawa.[41] Produced by J.C.Staff and directed by Takashi Watanabe, the screenplay was written by Yasuko Kobayashi, and chief animator Mai Otsuka based the character design used in the anime on Noizi Ito's original designs.[42] The sound director is Jin Aketagawa, and the soundtrack is composed by Kow Otani.[42] The series was later released by Geneon in eight DVD compilation volumes from January to August 2006.[43][44] Later, an original video animation (OVA) episode titled Shakugan no Shana SP, which takes place after the events of episode 13, was released on December 8, 2006.[45]

An anime film based on the first novel that was released in Japanese theaters on April 21, 2007 as one of three films released at Dengeki Bunko's Movie Festival.[46][47] The staff who produced the anime series returned to produce the film.[48] The version shown in theaters was 65 minutes in length.[49] Those who saw the film in theaters could buy a short book titled Shakugan no Shana M containing two short stories written by Takahashi published by ASCII Media Works under the imprint Dengeki Gekijō Bunko.[49] The film was released on DVD in Japan on September 21, 2007 in regular and special editions, which featured the full length 90-minute director's cut version.[50][51] It was later released on Blu-ray Disc (BD) in Japan on July 27, 2011.[52]

Shana's production staff would again return to produce two additional TV series[53][54] and an OVA series.[55] The 24-episode second season, titled Shakugan no Shana Second (灼眼のシャナII), aired between October 5, 2007 and March 28, 2008 on MBS. The series was later released by Geneon to eight DVD compilation volumes from January to August 2008.[56][57] A four-episode OVA series titled Shakugan no Shana S was released on BD/DVD from October 23, 2009 to September 29, 2010.[58][59][60] The 24-episode third season, titled Shakugan no Shana Final (灼眼のシャナIII -Final-),[61][62] aired between October 8, 2011 and March 24, 2012 on Tokyo MX. The series was released by Geneon on eight BD/DVD compilation volumes from December 2011 to July 2012.[63][64]

Geneon licensed the first TV series for North American distribution,[65] but after Geneon withdrew from the North American market, Funimation Entertainment took up the manufacturing, marketing, sales and distribution rights, though Geneon still retained the license.[66] A DVD box set was released by Funimation in September 2008, and was re-released in September 2009 under Funimation's "Viridian Collection".[67][68] Funimation later re-licensed the first series and re-released it in a BD/DVD combo pack on August 21, 2012.[69] The series made its North American television debut on September 10, 2012 on the Funimation Channel.[70] The first season and its accompanying OVA were also licensed by Madman Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand,[71] and by MVM Films in the United Kingdom.[72] Funimation later licensed the film, the second and third TV series, and the OVA series for release in North America,[73][74] with a different English dub cast compared to the first anime season.[75]

Audio CDs[edit]

For the first Shakugan no Shana anime series, four theme song singles were released for two opening and two ending themes. The first opening theme "Hishoku no Sora" (緋色の空, The Crimson Sky) by Mami Kawada was released in November 2005, and the second opening theme "Being" by Kotoko was released in March 2006.[76][77] The first ending theme "Yoake Umarekuru Shōjo" (夜明け生まれ来る少女, The Girl Born at Dawn) by Yoko Takahashi was released in October 2005, and the second ending theme "Aka no Seijaku" (紅の静寂, Crimson Silence) by Yoko Ishida was released in February 2006.[78][79] The original soundtrack for the first anime series was released in January 2006.[80] For the Shakugan no Shana film, two theme song singles were released: the ending theme "Tenjō o Kakeru Monotachi" (天壌を翔る者たち, Those Who Scale Heaven and Earth) by Love Planet Five—made up of Kotoko, Kawada, Eiko Shimamiya, Mell, and Kaori Utatsuki—was released in April 2007; the insert song "Akai Namida" (赤い涙, Red Tears) by Kawada was released in May 2007.[81][82] The film's original soundtrack was released in September 2007.[83]

For Shakugan no Shana Second, two theme song singles were released for two opening and two ending themes. The first opening theme "Joint" by Kawada was released in October 2007, and the second opening theme "Blaze" by Kotoko was released in March 2008.[84][85] The first ending theme is "Triangle" by Kawada and was released on the single for "Joint", and the second ending theme "Sociometry" by Kotoko was released on the single for "Blaze".[84][85] The song "Sense" by Kawada was used as the final ending theme for episode 24, and was released on Kawada's album Savia in March 2008.[86] The original soundtrack for Shakugan no Shana Second was released in January 2008.[87] For Shakugan no Shana S, the single for the opening theme "Prophecy" by Kawada was released in November 2009, and the ending theme "All in Good Time" by Kawada was released on her album Linkage in March 2010.[88][89] The song "Portamento" by Kawada was used as an insert song in episode 4, and was released on Savia.[86]

For Shakugan no Shana Final, four theme song singles were released for two opening and two ending themes. The first opening theme "Light My Fire" by Kotoko was released in November 2011, and the second opening theme "Serment" by Kawada was released in February 2012.[90][91] The first ending theme "I'll Believe" by Altima was released in December 2011, and the second ending theme "One" by Altima was released in February 2012.[92][93] The song "Kōbō" (光芒, Beam of Light) by Kawada was used as the final ending theme for episode 24. Three insert songs by Kawada were also used in Shakugan no Shana Final: "u/n" in episode 15 released on the single for "Serment", "Akai Namida" in episode 19, and "Hishoku no Sora" in episode 24.

Three volumes of albums titled Shakugan no Shana Assorted Shana containing image songs, audio dramas and background music tracks were released between February and April 2006.[94][95][96] Three volumes of albums titled Shakugan no Shana II Splendide Shana containing images songs and audio dramas were released between February and May 2008.[97][98][99] Three volumes of albums titled Shakugan no Shana F Superiority Shana containing audio dramas, background music tracks, and short versions of theme songs from Shakugan no Shana Final were released between February and July 2012.[100][101][102] The third Superiority Shana album also included the song "Kōbō".[102] A compilation album of songs used in the series was released on January 24, 2018.[103]

A weekly radio drama of Shakugan no Shana aired four episodes between November 29 and December 20, 2003 on Dengeki Taishō.[104] The scenario was an original side-story written by Takahashi, and takes place between the first and second light novel volumes.[105] The cast for the radio drama was different from the anime adaptations. A CD compilation of the radio drama titled Shakugan no Shana Drama Disc, including an additional audio drama, was eligible for mail orders up to March 31, 2004.[105] Another drama CD was released with the April 2008 issue of Tokuma Shoten's Animage magazine; the cast is the same as with the anime versions.[106]

Video games[edit]

An action RPGvisual novel titled Shakugan no Shana, developed by Vridge and published by MediaWorks, was released on March 23, 2006 for the PlayStation 2 (PS2).[107] A 36-page A4-sized art book titled Honō (焔) featuring illustrations by Ito was available to those who pre-ordered the game.[108] The game was re-released as a "Best" version on February 7, 2008.[109] The story was written by Takahashi, and features character designs by Ito. The opening theme song is "Exist" by Rie Kugimiya, which was released on volume one of the Assorted Shana albums.[94] The player assumes the role of Yuji Sakai during the visual novel aspect, where much of the game's duration is spent on reading the text that appears on the screen, which represents the story's narrative and dialogue.[110]

The game follows a branching plot line through eight chapters with five possible endings, and depending on the decisions that the player makes during the game, the plot will progress in a specific direction.[110] Every so often, the player will come to a point where he or she is given the chance to choose from multiple options. Text progression pauses at these points until a choice is made. To view all plot lines in their entirety, the player will have to replay the game multiple times and choose different choices to further the plot to an alternate direction. Sometimes during text progression, an "active countdown" minigame appears, which requires the player to press the game buttons in a specific order in a set time limit. Success or failure in these minigames influence which endings are viewed.[110] During the turn-based battle sequences, the player assumes the role of Shana. The player uses a combination of fire, powers of unrestraint, and treasure tools to battle Crimson Denizens; and Shana is also able to use a special attack and defend.[110]

A Nintendo DSport of the game titled Shakugan no Shana DS, developed by Vridge and published by MediaWorks, was released on March 29, 2007.[107] Those who pre-ordered the game received a calendar spanning April 2007 to March 2008, and an art book of rough sketches by Ito titled Tōka (灯火) was available for a limited time with the purchase of the game.[111] A new story for the DS version was written by Takahashi. The game also contains an image gallery that allows the player to see what Shana and Yoshida Kazumi look like in different clothes, and a battle mode that lets the player fight against the computer with a character other than Shana.[112]

Shana appears as a playable character in the crossover RPG Dengeki Gakuen RPG: Cross of Venus for the Nintendo DS, and other characters from Shakugan no Shana also appear in the game.[113][114] Shana appears in the 2014 fighting gameDengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax, which features various Dengeki Bunko characters.[115]

Reception[edit]

In October 2014, the novels were reported to have sold over 8.6 million copies.[116] As reported on the obi strip on volume 4 of the Shakugan no Shana manga released in January 2008, 1.2 million copies of the manga had been sold.[117] Theron Martin from Anime News Network reviewed the manga and called it "inferior" to the anime, and notes the anime develops characters better than the manga.[118] Martin also critiques the art, saying the background art has little detail, and while the action scenes are handled well enough, they are still sub-par compared to the same scenes in the anime. Martin concludes the review by warning the readers that "[if] this is your first exposure to the franchise, look to the anime version to see it done right."[118]

When reviewing the anime, Martin thought the first Shakugan no Shana always manages to slightly exceed expectations, and while its story elements may be typical, its execution is not.[119][120] Martin noted that Shana's Flame Haze transformation is a visual highlight of the series, and other details are shown equal care.[121] Reviewer Chris Beveridge of Mania.com felt uncomfortable about the morbid nature of the series.[122] While Beveridge did not think the series is "groundbreaking",[123] it proves to be a "solid title" that continuously gets better.[124] The pacing in the middle of the first season was criticized for quickly ending an arc before "going into a storyline that feels out of character for the show."[125] Martin's review of Shakugan no Shana Final was less positive; he described Yuji as having been made into a different character (though his complexity was praised), criticized the addition of a large number of prominent characters without sufficient development, and described some things as not making sense, although he praised Shana's development over the course of the third series.[126]

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