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I saw the previous review and found it laughable. Okay... so it does not have DBZ or Samurai X fighting sequences. That does not make it deplorable as that fellow suggests. I find it to be an interesting cross between Batman the Animated
Series, Trigun, He Man, Pokemon, and Alice in Wonderland. I will have to admit it seems to be geared for children 7-12 than for teens. It almost has the quality of bed time story. Even at 29, though, I still found enjoyable. I would say that is somewhere between 4 to 5 out of 5 stars. I love how the writers blend the struggles of the lost children and Lisa with that of the Black Wind.
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