Please forward this error screen to sharedip-10718044127. Caldina drawing with children 2 3 years need to login to do this. The reasons for using a reverse grip vary, depending on the character and work.
The grip might be a tactical choice to facilitate blocking, grappling, slicing, downward stabbing motions or any combination thereof. It might be used in conjunction with Dual Wielding to provide a more diverse range of strikes. Related to Gangsta Style, with the difference beyond weapon types used being that the Reverse Grip can actually be practical if used properly. Many ninja in Naruto hold kunai in this position, generally for melee combat.
Post-timeskip, Sasuke holds his sword very often this way. Appropriately, the shikai form of Kensei’s zanpakuto is a bowie knife. In Gekiganger 3 they used the Gekigan Sword this way against a ninja-like robot once. Caldina from Magic Knight Rayearth favors this style when she’s not just manipulating her foes into offing themselves.
Leomon wields his sword reverse grip. Integra Hellsing reveals just how badass she can be by facing an army of vampires holding her saber in a reverse grip. Aoshi Shinomori from Rurouni Kenshin normally grips his kodachi the standard way, but will switch to a reverse grip for his Finishing Move. This is the usual grip for Lupin III’s Goemon Ishikawa XIII.