Witch Hunter Robin

Season 1 Episode 7


Aired Unknown Feb 26, 2004 on Cartoon Network
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Episode Summary

When a suspected thief's wrecked car is pulled from the harbor, the STN-J suspects there is more going on then a mere accident. When they go to question the suspect, however, he flees in his car, crushing Karasuma's vehicle with a powerful blow in the process. But, was it the thief doing the crushing or a more sinister force?moreless

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  • An ok episode

    Well the episode was ok really. but the person u feel sorry for, the kid turns out to be crazy. the Kid was a physco point blank. He was the one that had the powers and the one that im guessing made his uncle steal the money and he tried to kill his uncle's friend by crushing his car, etc. But the uncle was right to drug the kid and then crush his car in the pound. The kid was controlling him, it was the only way to get away from him. Yet the plan failed cuz the STN-J stepped in and thought the kid was soooooo innocent which turned out to be the total opposite. So all in all I think this episode wasn't that interesting. It was ok I suppose more of a filler than anything else.moreless
  • Worst episode ever. It's so dissappointing. There could have been some cooler sceens, but this is bad. B-A-D.

    First of all, there was too much suspence, with the STN-J chacing the guys and cars flying. Then, there's the sceen when the suspected witch's nephew about to be smushed by one of thoes machines that are used to flatten cars. And finally, the nephew gets his revenge and turns out to be the witch, by smushing poor unkey between two trains.

    So Bad.

    The boy, after the rest of the STN-J watched him kill his uncle, felt pity for him when he pretneds to cry, and is actually grinning evily. Then, when the factory truck comes, you would have expected something better, like him breaking the truck, instead of going with them peacefully.

Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Old Lady/Mamoru Kudo

Guest Star

Tony Oliver

Tony Oliver

Detective/ADR Script Writer

Recurring Role

Dorothy Elias-Fahn

Dorothy Elias-Fahn

Additional Voices (as Dorothy Elias-Fahn)

Recurring Role

Jerry Gelb

Jerry Gelb

Yuji 'Master' Kobari

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Dōjima calls Tazawa an Oni and, when Robin asks what that means, compares it to, "a hobgoblin or a troll," in Europe (Dōjima's Japanese voice actress, seiyū, also says this). However, Robin guesses correctly that an Oni is a demon. Oni in Japanese is written as and can mean several things including devil, demon, fiend, or ghost. Robin then says that it can mean witch (her seiyū says the word witch in English). The word for witch in Japanese is derived from the kanji for Oni. Written as 鬼女, the word for witch, Kijo, comes from the kanji for demon and woman. Another way to write the word witch in Japanese would be 魔女 or Majo. On the DVD, Robin's seiyū at first refers to an Oni as a Hakuma. Written as 白魔, the word means white devil.

    • When the police are searching Tazawa's apartment, the man who empties the trash can is wearing a jump suit with the kanji 警視庁 on the back. It says Keishichō or Metropolitan Police Headquarters.

    • Outside the hospital that Mamoru is taken to, on the left side of the screen are some Japanese characters (kanji), 第三病院 (Dai-san Byōin). It says Hospital #3.

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