This film takes a more serious turn from the Tenchi TV series and movies. One day, Tenchi disappears in the forest near his house. Six months later, Ayeka and Ryoko locate Tenchi living in ... See full summary »
Tenchi and co. find their existence unsettled by a time-travelling entity called Kain. Desiring revenge upon the Juraian emperor, Tenchi, Kain travels back in time to kill Tenchi's mother. ... See full summary »
Matt K. Miller,
Shy and awkward, but moral and caring late teenager Minato, after failing to get into college again, runs into Musubi, a girl his age who surprises him with her superhuman abilities. He's ... See full summary »
Yagami Kazuma was part of a family of fire users, the Kannagi family. But with no talent in fire magic he was banished and cast out from the family. After four years he returns to Japan as a powerful wind user.
One hot summer day, a young girl suddenly appears in front of Tenchi claming the he's her papa! Everyone wonders who the mother could be, and this greatly upsets Ryoko, and she wants the ... See full summary »
It is the year Future Century 60 and most of humanity has migrated to orbiting space colonies, leaving behind the polluted Earth. To prevent war, the colonies came up with the tournament ... See full summary »
I'm picking up the show these last few months. I've found it to be nice knee slapping (funny) show. The show hearkens back to the original's concept of putting characters in silly social situations. However they do take themselves seriously. Near latter part of the series, it does start to come apart become bit too silly fighting Yamata's nasty bad luck.
If you compare this show with too the newly release Tenchi Muyô!Ryo OhKI (season 2) which has been released in Summer of 2005. (not even on the IMDb yet of this writing.) The GXP is still a better series in comparison. Makers of newest Tenchi Muyô! OVA (This is resumption of the original OVA series from 1992.) draw heavily from the GXP be series success and story events to reinforce resuming of Tenchi Muyô! OVA series. However, its crappier in comparison to GXP. CGI at times is spotty, English voice acting is not as good, missing key voices and bad choices of replacements.
GXP's is a tighter ship, if not for its flaws beyond episodes 17+.
Excellent series, a very re-watchable Scifi comedy series!!!
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