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I'm eighteen and I actually like Hamtaro. I can't believe it's been nearly four years since Cartoon Network gave it the boot. It's one of the few Animes I can tolerate because there are no violent monsters killing each other.
Anyway, the show is about a talking hamster named Hamtaro who has an owner named Laura. When Laura's at school, Hamtaro runs from his cage and hangs out with his hamster friends called the "Ham-Hams." They meet at an underground clubhouse and go on numerous adventures. Sometimes, when Laura goes on a trip with her family or friends, the ham-hams may tag along, too.
I believe one of the stronger points on Hamtaro was the dubbing. Many of the voices were good matches for the characters, particularly Boss (Ted Cole), Bijou (Chantal Strand) and Dexter (Samuel Vincent). The only thing I didn't like about the show was the introduction of Stan, Sandy's twin brother. I felt he didn't fit in with everyone else and his flirting made me sick.
I would definitely recommend Hamtaro if you are a parent of someone between the ages of four and ten. If you don't like robots or monsters battling their brains out on other Anime shows, then I also recommend it.
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