Time for another anime review.
When famous but retired war photographer Tatsumi Saiga goes to investigate a shadowy club, he uncovers a sinister society indulging carnal pleasures, in which are embroiled the sinister Suitengu, and an innocent fifteen-year-old girl, Kagura Tennozu. Mysteriously endowed with the sudden ability to make things blow up just by taking a photograph of them, Saiga rescues Kagura from the club and together the two of them try to stay ahead of the murderous Suitengu and his supernaturally gifted henchmen. Speed Grapher is a formulaic and periodically gratuitous plot that never really gives life to its characters. See the full review here.