Sebastian was hired as the perfect butler and protector for the aristocratic heir of a toy manufacturing company, Kiyoharu. Though while he excels in both fighting and cooking, his position can only last so long as he is a demon waiting patiently upon the soul of his master... or mistress. There have been a string of horrific murders in the city, the victims of which are left mummified with a tarot card beside them. The incidents mirror the killing of Kiyoharu's own parents, and thus it becomes her life mission to avenge them. She is ordered to solve the dreadful crimes, while Sebastian helps to find her parents' killers in return for her human soul. Though which such vicious examples of humanity displayed around every corner, will Sebastian even want to become part of this race by the end of it?
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Miyamoto (Takeshi Kaneshiro) is a great-looking freelance fixer whose long hair hangs just-so over one eye. He wanders Tokyo in a fabulous black leather trench coat borrowed from the Matrix costume truck and shoots those who need to be shot while searching for his life-long enemy, Mizoguchi (Goro Kisihitani), the extremely evil leader of the local branch of a Chinese triad. One night, just as Miyamoto is about to blow off Mizoguchi's head, he's interrupted when young, perky Milly (Ann Suzuki) literally drops from the sky, explaining that she's traveled back from the future in order to prevent a war with extraterrestrials that will bring about Armageddon. Hmmm.
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