Kami Kaze Kaitoh Jeanne
Kusakabe Maron seems like your typical junior high school student. She's bright and cute, and a member of the gymnastics team, but is also living alone while her parents have gone their separate ways in the midst of a divorce. Neither parent has taken Maron however, and so she goes through her daily life with her close friend and neighbor Miako. However, not only is Maron a student, at night as the need arises, she transforms into a thief, making off with various pieces of art as well as pieces of junk. Her ulterior motive in the thefts? To seal away evil demons which have come to possess the various items which she then seals away. The demons, upon being sealed away take on the shape of chess pieces which are indicative of their relative strength. Weaker demons are pawns, and stronger ones, knights or higher.
Parental Guidance Advised - This series, while fun to watch, definitely will not be for all people. Parents will wish to note that the series is based very loosely on Christian religion and therefore makes reference to God, angels and the devil. There are also some scenes of assault, minor sexual assault, striking of children, verbal abuse, etc. due to the possessed nature of individuals. Generally there is no real nudity although there is at least one scene in the bathtub.
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