Mashin Eiyuuden Wartaru is a franchise, wich includes several anime series. All have in common that the brave and more or less (but increasingly) distinct saviour and hero Ikusabe Wataru fights evil in his mighty fighting robot. This is the second season of the franchise, which was broadcasted a half year after the end of the first season. In the meantime, the anime Madou King Granzort had been shown in the same timeslot.
The basic structure of this season is the same as its prequel: The world is split into seven levels, in each of which a final boss as well as one stage boss for
Jan 3, 2021
"Pocket Monster Platina: Mezase!! Battle King" is a one-volume manga from 2009 which is different to most other of the many Pokemon manga series it that it soes not play in the fictional Poke-World of the games but in (more or less) the real world. Pokemon is just a DS game here and our hot blooded main character does not depart home for a long journey around the world full of adventure. He does Pokemon battles against other people and that's basically it.
The story is not especially exciting, but relevant enough to keep you reading. The plot twists can be seen miles before they happen ...
Dec 6, 2020
the manga is much darker than the anime version
imo it is very exciting but short
read if you like Shounen aimed at primary school age
"The most controversial B-Daman series of all time. I can write a book about the anime and manga, so to put it simply, the manga is dark souls and the anime is Mario Odyssey..."
This quote by youtuber bdablader95 from the video "What happened to B-Daman?" by Negative Legend really sparked my interest for this manga. By incident, I had allready bought the Manga, when I watched the video. I might also watch the anime of the same name one day, but for ...
Sep 20, 2020
Fighting the hottest battles in manga history! Beyblade being born inside a vulcano! Explosions! Battle! Awesome!!!
You don't like over the top action? You want a well thought storyline? You think that commercialism is a big threat to manga culture?
Read something else!
This is Metal Fight Beyblade. Where friendship is still real friendship, where power is still real power and cheap overpriced plastic toys are THE MOST EXCITING THING EVER!!!
A normal primary school boy meets the hot-blooded blader Hagane Ginga, an over the top talented person with less personality than Kudo Taiki... But he is so cool! They meet the wild gang who takes other childrens ...
Mar 6, 2020
I don't play Duel Masters. But I really enjoy the typical manga series from Corocoro-Comic and their anime adaptations. I can not compare this to the first season, as I didn't watch it.
"Duel Masters!" is the second season of the anime following Kirifuda Joe.
The drawing is mostly simple, the creatures are highly detailed 3D-animations.
This anime is enjoyable for its childish humor and the charakters allways being quite over the top. There seems to be a main story, but it does only show up on special occasions... The duels are fast paced, but not well explained. I actually skipped them sometimes, as I didn't really know ...
Mar 6, 2020
This is an anime about children defending their home town from evil by using a giant robot. The twist this time is, that they have to keep their identity secret, as they would be transformed into dogs. So they get very cool tokusatsu uniforms. Even for this type of series, the main charakter is very selfish and childish.
The series is enjoyable for being considerbly funny. The opening is ggod. The episodes follow the well known Schema: Strange things happen; Everyone is puzzled why that thing happens; Main cast finds out, that the Monster of the Week is responsible for strange things; they fight it with ...
Oct 9, 2017
Please note: This review is written by a person, who does not speak japanese but has watched the series in the original version without any subtitles.
When I first discovered the existence of this anime by finding its openings, I thought of it as being digimon, but without digimon references. Although the similarities are quite obvious, Plusterworld creates its very own world with many lovable, interesting and unique characters.
The story is more loosely than usual for that genre, many episodes tell a story for themselves, without being very related to the main arc. Also, there can be episodes, wich are not only boring, but seem totally ...
Jun 20, 2017
For the general impression, I suggest first reading the review by DerOkashi.
And now I will try to explain, why there are people like me, who like anime like Webdiver.
As you read, Webdiver has a simple, generic and repetetiv story. I had no problem with that, because I love the setting. It reminds me of an old childrens book I own, "citties of tomorrow", where different assumption on future events are described, especially on how living will be, but also eg. the moon base to be build around the year 2000...
Another reason for me to like the story are the charakters. Most of them having importance ...
May 5, 2017
Please be aware that I allready watched this as a child. The review might not be objective.
Once upon a time... there were men. They explored the world, science, their own body. A very long time later, they were exploring space. The heros of our story witnessed other beings on different levels of technical and ideological progress to finally meet the witnesses of themselves.
This is a review about 「銀河パトロールＰＪ」, also known as "Once upon a time... space", "Il était une fois... l'Espace", "Ai confini dell'universo" or "Es war einmal... der Weltraum". I have watched the German version and I highly recommend NOT to watch the english ...
Feb 7, 2017
This is an manga/anime by a railway fan for railway fans! If you like japanese railways: Just start! This is amazing!
If you think, that railways are these things, just existing to move you from A to B, you MIGHT like this series...
The whole story happened just like this in reality! Thus it is sometimes not really exciting and seems totally unrealistic - just like real life. On the other side, it is totally funny and fascinating to see how things go...
A railway fan, a manga artist and a story writer traveling around japan and visiting railway stations.
... in the end more interesting than it sounds ...