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Sep 15, 2011
Ideally, I would say that this is the place you would want to start if you are just getting into the Casshern series. Keeping this in mind, I would inform the readers of this review that I have seen the OVA and the more recent Casshern Sins anime. Unless you care nothing for the actual "story" then I would say proceed straight to Casshern Sins. Do not fool yourself into thinking that you can start with Csins and have a grasp in what Casshern is all about. Though its story is interesting to say at least, it is told from a completely different perspective. This read more
Mar 29, 2011
It comes to no surprise to people that Marvel would have their best-seller Wolverine these recent years in another project. Personally, I checked this out not because of recent projects ie Iron Man's failure to attract audiences, but for likable purposes. I've always taken a liking to Wolverine as one of the more likable characters in the Marvel universe. I've seen pretty much all versions of Wolverine Marvel has thrown out: movies, TAS, comics, I was a bit curious how this would fare.

The story, while not impressive at all to me, tries to stay true to its roots. Wolverine and his whole japan outlook read more
Jul 14, 2010
I'd say it's an important read over the paradox version, though I would recommend that you read both since they are intriguing in their own way. I like Mosaic's presentation of explaining character ordeals and the classy gimmicks of their "soon to be" diaries which seem to reflect their personality traits. Learning a bit more about Deus should just give you more of an incentive to read this, it's nothing more than something you can (and probably will) finish in one day.

While I thought Mosaic was gonna be going through the highs and ends of detailing characters off, it only really seems to focus on read more
Jan 29, 2010
I didn't expect many reviews on this chp. of pokemon. The history of pokemon had done so well up until this point, as seen by many. However, hardcore/loyal pokemon fans stuck around and watched the entire ADV generation. We embraced the new characters, though many did not want to see old ones retire away. We took note of even more pokemon added to anime, though some felt the originals could never be replaced. The games were stellar, I've played every single pokemon game out there and I can honestly say ruby/sapphire or emerald are must haves. So what is about ADV? I mean, it should read more
Jan 28, 2010
I know many of you probably decided to watch this OVA after seeing the popular "Casshern Sins" anime, so here I'll be discussing on why you should or should not watch "Casshan: Robot Hunter." Yes, it is the same Casshern from "Neo-Human Casshern" an anime series from about 1973. The OVA was intended to be 4 epds, however, it was edited into one action pack film via its American release. Recognizable faces are still of some familiarity in this OVA, however, you'll begin to noticing different aspects towards character development. Also, I believe that this OVA closely resembles "Neo Human Casshern" and not "Casshern Sins." read more
May 24, 2009
New Dominion Tank Police, 6 OVA action series. Fans will immediately recognize the returning cast of Leona, Al, Brenten, Puma Sisters, and other supporting characters. Their roles and actions are pretty much maintained from the last OVA run, so you can expect about the same comedy and plot.

Since this was around the mid 90s, the animation is nothing to complain about. If you haven't seen the other Tank Police OVAs or possibly the manga, and thinking about just jumping into this one, you might wanna reconsider. For one thing I'd say the original run had a bit more deeper enemies than this one, at times read more