For 10 years, Ryouta Murakami has been tormented by the death of his childhood friend Kuroneko, whom he had been really close to. The guilt he feels because of her death had 2 effects on his psyche: motivates him to fulfill a childhood promise he made with with her to show aliens do exist (at his 16 years of life, he's already third-ranked in school and is on fast track to become a NASA researcher, with some thanks to his superb Photographic Memory), and left him with a deep inability to communicate with and understand the opposite sex.One day, a girl who looks exactly like Kuroneko appears before him. Her name is Kuroha Neko, and from then on, a story of horror, experiments, human communication, and despair begins.Kiwaguro no Brynhildr (or Gokukoku no Brynhildr going by the furigana spelling; officially translated as Brynhildr in the Darkness) is a manga by Okamoto Lynn. It keeps the science-fiction horror tone and massive Gorn of previous works. An anime adaptation has also been green-lighted, and will air as part of the Spring 2014 season. The animation studio behind it, however, is Arms, the same ones who did Elfen Lied.Crunchyroll is streaming the anime, which can be viewed here for people living in the following areas: U.S.A, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Netherlands, Turkey, Latin America (Central and South America including Caribbean), Spain, Portugal.Cautious editing/viewer warning: While the manga is Seinen and has a public run, it is very graphic.
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