In the land of the Fighting Foodons, regular recipes turn into meal-time monsters when the art of culinary combat is concocted. It's all friendly competition, that is, until evil becomes ... See full summary »
In the land of the Fighting Foodons, regular recipes turn into meal-time monsters when the art of culinary combat is concocted. It's all friendly competition, that is, until evil becomes the order of the day. King Gorge and his Gluttons have cooked up a devious plan to rule the world and they've sprinkled an extra dash of destruction. By kidnapping all the world's greatest Foodon chefs they've truly set the table for trouble. But wait! There's one boy named Chase, a young apprentice chef with an appetite for action, who thinks he has what it takes to become an Elite Master Chef like his father, Master Chef Jack. Chase believes that he himself can change the world, one meal at a time. Written by
Being a avid animation fan, I admire anime not only for there great and unique art style but original storyline as well. I thought there was no poor show out there for this genre, all of them coming in at least decent.
Man have my eyes been opened.
Fighting Foodons is just another franchise to cash in on the pokemon craze and it shows. I don't mind the storyline in which a group of rebels go up against a evil king and his army, heck that the reason I fell in love with Monster Rancher. But the characters are as bland as they come with little to no personiltes (though I'll admit Kayla and Clawda was kinda cute). The monster they use to fight even more so. Do they seriously expect for me to cheer for a fighter with plate of rice curry for a head? The animation is very sup-par with clips in the frames every mintue or so. And all the joke are horrible horrible puns on food.
Overall, the lowest of anime show out there. If the characters were given bette personiltes and the writing more so. I would've put it in the decent catogory. But sadly it the occupit in my "it sucks" box for anime cartoons. Find something better and ignore this.
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