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Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations


Alternative Titles

English: Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations
Synonyms: Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle OVA, Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle: Tokyo Revelations
Japanese: ツバサ TOKYO REVELATIONS

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 3
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 16, 2007 to Mar 17, 2008
Producers: Kodansha
Studios: Production I.G
Source: Manga
Duration: 30 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 8.441 (scored by 31,858 users)
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Ranked: #1342
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Popularity: #991
Members: 57,876
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Episodes: /3

Synopsis

Continuing their journey from Record Country (the place that held the book of memories), Syaoran and company land into Tokyo Country, a blood-filled country under war from opposing factions for natural resources and survival. While reluctantly involved in the race to live, the group faces their own problems as certain revelations are made, changing their journey forever.

A shocking betrayal and a battle that risks all of their lives. After this revelation, they will never be the same again.

Background

Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations is an OVA series that was bundled with limited editions of volumes 21, 22 and 23 of the manga and is not connected with the anime TV series which takes an alternate path of events from Record Country onwards.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Flourite, Fai D.
Flourite, Fai D.
Main
Namikawa, Daisuke
Japanese
Namikawa, Daisuke
Sakura
Sakura
Main
Makino, Yui
Japanese
Makino, Yui
Syaoran
Syaoran
Main
Irino, Miyu
Japanese
Irino, Miyu
Kurogane
Kurogane
Main
Inada, Tetsu
Japanese
Inada, Tetsu

Staff

Tada, Shunsuke
Tada, Shunsuke
Director, Storyboard
Mima, Masafumi
Mima, Masafumi
Sound Director
Yamamoto, Hideyo
Yamamoto, Hideyo
Episode Director
Ohkawa, Nanase
Ohkawa, Nanase
Script


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"Synchronicity" by Makino Yui

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"Saigo no Kajitsu" by Sakamoto Maaya




More reviewsReviews

TheLlama
Mar 23, 2008
The continuation of the ever-so-great series Tsubasa Chronicle, this OVA (Original Video Animation) series was as good as expected, maybe even better. The group we are familiar with has now entered a Tokyo in which all but two buildings has been destroyed by acid rain. They encounter new people, and as the title suggests, there's some revelations waiting for them as well as anyone who watch this.

I really enjoyed the story. Albeit too rushed: I had trouble understanding at times, though everything's clear now. I think it could've been twice the length it was without really being any worse. Anyway, it was really great, from read more
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Meatbag42
Jan 23, 2008
I actually stumbled on this series by accident. After only watching the first OVA i was enthralled. The characters seemed to be extremely developed and have quite a lot of emotion infused into them, the animation was fluid and believable, the sound was above average, and it definitely kept me entertained.

After finishing what OVAs were out I decided to watch the previous two seasons. This was a bit of a mistake I am sad to say. The TV series is slow and painfully full of filler. Read the manga instead.

The good news is that these OVAs return to the source read more
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Splitter
Jul 1, 2008
Tsubasa Chronicle's anime experience has been a very rocky one. In spite of staying true to the manga to an extent, the original TV series was shameless in it's amateur art styl, jilted animation, and wholly uneven pacing. Fans got a brief look at something amazing when the short movie came out and wondered, "what if Production I.G. did the canon story of Tsubasa?"

Wonder no more.

Tsubasa Chronicle: Tokyo Revelations is quite literally a godsend, not only for the poor souls that suffered through the uninspired Bee Train adaptation, but also those (myself included) who felt the artwork and pacing for the manga chapters the OVA read more
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GoldenLink
Mar 20, 2008
Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles was a great series in and of itself. It was portrayed in the anime in a very hit or miss fashion with the quality and editting. The way Bee Train hurt Tsubasa is the equivalent of what 4kids does to anime here. Be that as it may, we're not talking about the original 2 seasons, i'm here to recommend to you.

Tsubasa Chronicle: Tokyo Revelations

This OAV is astounding. The characters have more development then they did throughout the first two seasons. The art style was more defined, more "Mature" in the scope that Tsubasa truely is. Syaoran simply looked taller, more defined read more
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