>I have a feeling that I’ve confused the bejeezus out of people with my “Soul Eater” review. There’s almost too many characters to keep track of. However, the character designs are some of the best I’ve seen, so I’ll show a few pictures explaining who’s who.
These are the first few characters of the series. I’ll post more character profiles later.
This is Soul and Maka. They’re the two main characters of “Soul Eater.” Although their personalities are complete opposites, they have mutual respect for each other. Soul can turn into a scythe weapon.
Maka’s hoping to make Soul powerful enough, so that he attains the title of deathscythe.
This is Black Star and his partner weapon, Tsubaki. Black Star is the ninja, who acts very much like Naruto. He makes a grand entrance before attacking his opponent. On the other hand, Tsubaki is his patient, kind partner.
Tsubaki can turn into a variety of weapons, including a sickle-and-chain and a giant throwing star.
This is Death the Kid and his two partners, Liz and Patty Thompson. Liz and Patty used to live as gangsters on the streets, until Death the Kid met them. Now, Death the Kid uses them as a pair of demon guns.
Death the Kid is one of the toughest fighters in the series, but he suffers from an obsessive-compulsive disorder. Whenever he sees anything with both sides completely symmetrical, he has to spend time admiring it. However, whenever anything is out of balance, he blows it to pieces with his demon guns.
From left to right: Liz Thompson, Death the Kid, Patty Thompson.
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