Watch Black Lagoon
- 3 Seasons
The television series entitled Back Lagoon is centered on the activities and experiences of a team of sea pirates who worked for a company known as the Lagoon Company. The pirates were actively involved in the illegal transportation of goods in and out of their area of operation which was the Sotheast Asia Seas. Their headquarter was based in Roanapur. During one of the operations of the pirates they kidnapped a wealthy and well known business man who was on mission at sea. The was known as Okajima Rokuro was known for his drinking habits and his involvements with his clients and colleagues. Okajima had been sent by the company he was working for at the time to take a disc to their comrades somewhere in the seas. he got kidnapped alongside his boat by the team of pirates who had been assigned to kidnap Omajima and seize the disc from him. The disc contained some important secrets of the company and so it was of great worth and interest to many. He was nicknamed Rock by the pirates and to his advantage the only female pirate in the team known as Revy got attracted to him and took him captive. She was hoping however to get a ransom by doing so. Rock became very good friends with the pirates and to their greatest dismay the disc in question later got them into serious trouble with the authorities. The title of the series stemmed from the vessel which was used by the pirates in transporting their goods. This vessel was a very large boat known as the Black Lagoon. The pirates worked in collaboration with many other well known companies and also worked for influential clients. Their involvements were often characterized with fights, struggles and battles with their targets as such they were always busy. However they always found time to relax and take time off from their busy schedules and they usually did so at a bar known as The yellow Flag which was also located around their area of operation in Roanapur. The twelve episodes series was written by Rei Hiroe who also did the illustrations. It was directed by Sunao Katabuchi.