All Koutetsu Tenshi Kurumi released episodes
Dr. Ayanokoji admires his creation - An Angel Heart Prototype Code Mark II named Kurumi. This experiment of his is the result of his efforts to save the world. Meanwhile, Nakahito is coerced into entering a mad doctor's mansion that supposedly has the detached living head of a dissected woman in the basement. The eleven-year-old Nakahito is drafted by his peers because he comes from a family of mystics, those who practice the Onmyou way. Dr. Ayanokoji, Kurumi and Nakahito are about to cross paths for the first time in a dramatic way.
Dr. Amagi attempts to coerce Dr. Ayanokoji into working with the Japanese military. When Amagi mistakenly grabs Nakahito, Kurumi rescues him. Nakahito and Dr. Ayanokoji discover they have another mutual associate. Kurumi displays jealousy when Nakahito hugs Kamahito. Dr. Ayanokoji and Kamahito misunderstand Nakahito’s explanation of Kurumi’s activation. Kurumi continues to question why she should proffer any significance to Dr. Ayanokoji. Dr. Amagi discovers another secret within the mansion.
A new character by the name of Dr. Brandow joins the Imperial Army, and even more interesting it seems as though he has been previously part of the Steel Angel Project. Meanwhile, Nakahito must now become accustom to rude awakenings,while Dr. Ayanokoji is convinced the Imperial Army will not be able to awaken the second Steel Angel prototype, but he is unaware of Dr. Brandow's contribution. All of this, of course, means nothing to Kurumi, who is agitated with boredom as Nakahito refuses to give her an order. When he finally does, however, it leads both himself and Kurumi to trouble.
The Imperial Army's preparation for the second Steel Angel's completion draws closer, during which Nakahito finds himself haunted by the words of Dr.Ayanakoji stating that only Nakahito has control over Kurumi. To make matters worse Nakahito is visited by some familiar characters,the end result leaving Nakahito even more confused and Kurumi afraid that her beloved master hates her. As though we thought things could not get much worse it seems the newly activated Saki is well on her way to causing trouble for Kurumi.
As Kurumi finds herself forced into battle with Saki, she hesitates, giving Saki the upper hand. In an effort to help, Nakahito seems to just make things worse and discovers that his words put Kurumi in this dilemma. As the fight continues it seems as though no one can help against the wrath of Saki. What will be the final outcome?
With the kidnapping of Dr. Ayanokoji it seems that in return a new (and unexpected) member has joined in his place. Saki quickly redeems herself as she helps to rebuild what she had at one point destroyed. It also appears that Dr. Brandow has disappeared with everything pertaining to the Steel Angel Project. Even more interesting is that Brandow doesn't seem to officially exist. This leads to the assumption that there may be an unknown party in all of this. Meanwhile, it appears that Nakahito, Kurumi, Saki, and their new partner are on their way to Izumo to discover the whereabouts of their missing comrade.
The group''s trip to Izumo comes to a halt when Nakahito gets a stomachache. So, Kurumi, Nakahito, and Amagi go see a doctor, but this doctor isn't your normal kind of doctor.
A large boulder is blocking the path of the train to our comrade’s destination. With two days of travel lost, Dr. Amagi searches for other transportation with little success. While the army tries to remove the boulder, Nakahito learns more about Dr. Ayanakoji's past from Dr. Amagi. As everyone grows impatient with the army's attempts to remove the boulder, Kurumi suggests that she and Saki remove the boulder. Dr. Amagi immediately rejects the idea at the risk of the villagers seeing them do what an entire army could not. However Kurumi and Saki have a plan of their own. Meanwhile it appears that yet another person is monitoring the Steel Angels.
The group spends a night at a fireworks festival, but the sparks really fly when Nakahito is kidnapped and Kurumi sets off to find him.
Upon watching this, I found it to be the worst anime in existence, but. Damn. Basically, the story is this: a boy finds a steel angel named Kurumi and she proclaims him her master. She wants his d, I guess, and now other things and other Steel Angels are after her. No matter what, the story is really shitty. But the super vulgar dialogue is what kept me watching it... I wonder in the back of my mind how any English dub company would allow something like this...that's ADV Media for you... There's nothing special about the animation at all. It's very much with its time. Though, the sound is really good. THE THEME SONG, OMG. I'D PAY MY SOUL TO HAVE JUST THE THEME SONG. The sound is the only good thing about this show... The characters are...unique? But I don't like any of them. But yeah, this show is pretty mediocre. The dub is the only thing good about it because man is the dub freaking vulgar. They say shit more than they do in Black Lagoon. That's saying something.
Pretty bad. It's one of the many that was dubbed, so it's dub-worthy bad.