Raven of the Inner Palace Episode 5 Review and Rating: In the month of October, much new anime series were telecasted to watch, and within a little time, this series establish a good fan following who are looking keen to know the reviews of each episode. This time the viewers are showing their interest in a detective anime. However, the series is based on typical detective anime but the set-up is based on Ancient China. Yes, your assumption is, as usual, right, we are talking about a famous anime series titled “Raven Of The Inner Palace” and the audience are liking it and that is why there are many people who want to know the reviews of the 5th episode.

Raven of the Inner Palace Episode 5 Review and Rating

The anime version of the series is based on the Japanese light novel series which was written by the author Koko Shirakawa but was illustrated by Ayuko. The Japanese firm Shueisha issued 7 volumes of the novel from the month of April 2018 to the month of April 2022. The announcement of the anime adaptation was on 14th December 2021. The television series is produced by Bandai Namco Pictures and the director of this series is Chizuru Miyawaki.

The scriptwriter of this series is Satomi Ooshima and the character designer of the animation version is in the hands of Ayuko and the music composer of the anime version is Asami Tachibana. The series was telecasted on Saturday, 1st October 2022, on KTV, Tokyo MX, BS11, GYT, and GTV. The opening theme of the song is “Mysterious” which was sung by Queen Bee whereas “Natsu no Yuki” is the ending theme which is performed by Krage. The series is licensed by Crunchyroll and available to watch in the English language beginning on Saturday, 22nd October 2022.

The opening theme of the song is “Mysterious” which was sung by Queen Bee whereas “Natsu no Yuki” is the ending theme which is performed by Krage. The series is licensed by Crunchyroll and available to watch in the English language beginning on Saturday, 22nd October 2022. The 5th episode was written by Masaki Tachihara and the ending themes of the episode of this week come slightly over halfway through the episode, particularly after we got to know the truth about the past of Wei Qing as Que Er, the kid of the s*x worker in the district of the red light. In the spite of having been raised and physically shifted, he is visibly still traumatized by what occurred to him when he was a kid, and well he might be after the suicide of his mother, Que Er attempted to run away from s*x worker by joining the palace as a castrate solely to discover that the master employed to him loves to prey or physically using the boys which are in his care.

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