Opening Songs
OP 1 - Respect for the dead man (Pay Money To My Pain)

Ending Songs
ED 1 - Chiisana Hoshi (Shiori Muto, Yuu Asakawa, Sumire Uesaka)

Genre: Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Science Fiction

Episodes: 13

Sometimes...its easy to get someone fired up when watching anime, especially when you've got something like "Nobunagun". The whole thing just screams action, blood, tension and just pure awesomeness. Packed to the brim with interesting powers from important individuals in the past and tons of monster killing, "Nobunagun" just rises to the occasion when it counts. There's really not much to describe it with. If you just like plain old, awesome firepower with lots of visual flair and many types of different abilities, "Nobunagun" will take you for a ride. A very rowdy, and shaky ride that'll blow your face up all over. Just don't expect much else, especially on the character development side. Honestly though, the anime doesn't really need it, it has plenty else to carry you through.

What, not badass enough?

As an opening theme, "Respect for the dead man" by Pay Money To My Pain isn't that impressive at all. Its just pointless screaming with no real words...but whatever, I guess they wanted to go with something wild, rowdy, and in some cases, "badass". It just didn't work out, but it doesn't really affect anything whatsoever. The ending theme, "Chiisana Hoshi", by the seiyuus of some of the girls in the anime, is much better and nicer to listen to. Its a ballad, not really fitting for "Nobunagun", but it works better than the opening song.

Rating: 8.0/10

Its action packed, it has lots of cool characters and powers. While it resorts to cheesy fanservice at times, everything else manages to its way for "Nobunagun". The main story and the concept behind it is simple enough, and while it isn't anything too impressive, it does well enough as a backbone to keep us interested for the other better elements that "Nobunagun" has going. The characters, while they don't really develop over the course of the anime (except for Shio), are awesome enough as they are presented. They're all quirky one way or another, but their personalities and abilities are vary from one another, making them an interesting bunch for a supporting cast. The action is intense, and that goes without saying, every episode is filled with explosions, one way or another. Of course, the action is easily "Nobunagun"'s strongest point. Even if you don't like guns, they're a ton of different fighting styles presented here, so there's something for everyone.

All right...let's kick some ass.

Ogura Shio is a derpy, nerdy, high school girl with nothing going on for her in her social life. Her class was headed to Taiwan one day for an overseas trip, and there, she made her first friend in her entire life, Asao. Asao opened up to her like a normal person would, which inevitably touched her. However, things quickly go to shit when the invaders attacked Taiwan. Monsters swarmed the entire placed and killed everyone, and Shio, wanting to protect Asao, runs to her aid without any form of defense whatsoever. Coincidentally, a secret organization known as DOGOO shows up to defeat the monsters and protect the citizens. However, only one of them showed up, who seemed to have some sort of special power. He introduces himself as Jack The Ripper, and kills off the mosnters. Though as he is alone, he is quickly overwhelmed and became badly wounded. Shio picked up an orb that he dropped, which turns out to be a weapon for E-Gene holder. A voice inside her calls, and the spirit of Oda Nobunaga awakens inside her....

"Nobunagun" is just full of action packed fun and interesting characters. It's inevitably short, but that doesn't stop it from being awesome for that short period of time. There's not much to say, "Nobunagun" will blow you away as long as you have a small sense of destruction within you.