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Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou Dai Ni Maku

Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou Dai Ni Maku

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou Kenbu Hen, Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho Tou: Dainimaku, Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou 2nd Act
Japanese: 東京魔人學園剣風帖 龖(トウ) 第弐幕

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 27, 2007 to Oct 12, 2007
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.491 (scored by 8267 users)
Ranked: #15612
Popularity: #1598
Members: 17,763
Favorites: 67
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top anime page.

Popular Tags

action drama horror shounen

Synopsis

The battle against Tendou Kodzunu is over, and the Magami Five begin to look forward to their senior graduation, hopefully planning for their adult futures. However, life in Tokyo is not at peace...

The underground assassin group known as the Twelve Heavenly Generals of the Martial Fist begin to move against those protecting the city from demons. Normally rumored to kill criminals that the mundane law was unable to bring to justice, the Martial Fist now set their sights on Tatsuma Hiyuu, Kyouichi Houraiji, Aoi Misato, Komaki Sakurai, Yuuya Daigo, and Hisui Kisaragi.

What is the purpose of this cruel turn of events? And who ordered the hit? New threats emerge as others awakened to powers unleashed by the Ryumyaku seek out the Magami kids - and old friends now return as enemies.

Destinies will collide as the Stars of Fate begin to merge; Yin and Yang will meet. And soon the shadowy figure pulling the strings will reveal himself, in an effort to raze Tokyo to the ground and awaken the Vessel of the Golden Dragon.

Related Anime

Adaptation: Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpuchou
Prequel: Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou

Characters & Voice Actors

Daigo, Yuuya
Daigo, Yuuya
Main
Taira, Katsui
Japanese
Taira, Katsui
Love, Andrew
English
Love, Andrew
Hiyuu, Tatsuma
Hiyuu, Tatsuma
Main
Shimono, Hiro
Japanese
Shimono, Hiro
Hearnsberger, Brandon
English
Hearnsberger, Brandon
Houraiji, Kyouichi
Houraiji, Kyouichi
Main
Kawanabe, Masaki
Japanese
Kawanabe, Masaki
Wald, David
English
Wald, David
Kisaragi, Hisui
Kisaragi, Hisui
Main
Guardiola, Illich
English
Guardiola, Illich
Sekiguchi, Eiji
Japanese
Sekiguchi, Eiji

Staff

Chung, Jin Ho
Producer, ADR Director
Ishihira, Shinji
Director, Storyboard
Nemoto, Toshizou
Script, Series Composition
ACID
Theme Song Performance



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Dec 25, 2008
4kicks
If you're reading this, then you've most likely already seen the first season so I won't talk about that. This may sound like a rant of nonsensical rambling, but this is how I give my review, or rather critique.

Although for the second season, they fill a lot of holes that were left from the first season, however brought about new ones until the bitter end. S2 fails in comparison to the first. I hate anime that end abruptly in the middle such as a character never being seen again, or they were last seen doing this but don't say what happened to them. This read more
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Feb 11, 2009
Makotousaki
This is a great sequel, personally, I think that this is way better than the 1st season.

Unlike the first season, (with 1 main antagonist and him sending MINIONZ after the heroes), this season shows off TWISTS and more action!
The story was pretty original to me, even though most shounens are the same (High school kids fight evil!). I liked the overall story, even though in some parts I had a difficult time understanding what was going on.

The characters in this anime are great, and this season showed the audience more character development and origins. Although some characters are "common/typical", this anime managed to add read more
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Apr 14, 2010
Codex
I found this second season to be a bit more coherent and powerful than the previous season. It opens up with a bang, with a mysterious organization, some very interesting build-up, and delectable fights (the choreography and animation for Tatsuma's fights are always so graceful to watch). Although the story seems to progress too quickly (especially with the anime's fondness for never really showing how -anything- ends except with a few flashbacks in the following episode), at least it tries to tie together the various plot strings from both seasons as it heads towards its climax.

We get new insights in characters' pasts as well read more
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Jan 31, 2012
ray357
Well truth to be told, if you are reading this.. then you've probably watched season one and anxious to see what season two is about. Well season one is started out pretty good. Starting with a fighting scene on the very first episode really hooks you in. However that is how this entire franchise is going to be like.

I can see how it's very allure to watch this anime with all the suspense they give you and the mystery provided. Like how at the end of season one, many mystery has not yet been solve, which cause many more question. Season one was pretty read more
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Recommendations

More specifically, if you were intrigued by the concept of the Twelve Heavenly Generals in the Martial Fist arc, then you may enjoy the similar group, Weiβ. Both are underground assassin teams that target criminals who escaped the justice of civil law. There's also the same angst-ridden back stories to some of the characters.

And if the supernatural element of "Tokyo Majin" excites you, then check out the antagonist group to Weiβ (White), Schwarz (Black) whose members have ESP powers and work in the shadows.
reportRecommended by hlwar - Add to favorites
Dejá vu would explain this recommendation pretty well. Same motivations, same style, same genre... Similar character designs, similar plot, similar situations...

Even the "WTF?! This can't be the freaking end!!!" feeling from both shows is the same here (aka. the ending is terrible / non existent).

In other words, if you liked one it is IMPOSSIBLE to not like the other. The only thing that differentiates them is basically the fact that this is a bit more violent and a bit less ecchi and the pace is a bit different (this one is way faster), but everything else is near a carbon copy.
reportRecommended by 711 - Add to favorites
Similar art work,similar happenings and similar way of story telling.

Opening Theme

#01: "0:00 a.m." by ACID (eps 1-5)
#02: "Prayer" by ACID (eps 6-12)

Ending Theme

"Hanafubuki (花吹雪)" by ACID

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