An Akita-Inu puppy is destined to defend his people against a monstrous bear.




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An Akita-Inu puppy is destined to defend his people against a monstrous bear.

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Release Date:

7 April 1986 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Silver Fang  »

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(21 episodes)


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1.33 : 1
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Should definitely be considered for a live action movie
20 February 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It's a hard series to get into at first, ridiculous plot to start off with, it features a small puppy getting the s*** beaten out of it by it's owner over his feud with a big bear, then eventually the puppy joins up with other dogs and together they take this bear down.

the series really starts to grow on you though because it's a very adorable puppy that tries it's hardest, and then you get a wide range of characters who all share a sense of pride in being a wild dog and live life without worries and all have unique abilities.

there are some bad points to the series, for one thing i think there just wasn't enough episodes, 26 i think there was, and Gin's development was a bit far-fetched, i mean he was only a year old and his abilities seemed to come unnaturally to him.

a lot of characters die in this series that you wish didn't but it would look stupid if they were left alive in a way, but man what a climax.

and one thing that bothered me a lot was facial expressions, i know dogs cant really pull faces but in this series you saw them walk around and run about with wide jaws and eyes.

I think what i love seeing the most is the interval animation, first we see Gin in this field of flowers scratching at his ear like a normal dog, then sniffing a butterfly, and next it's him running through a field of stars, that to me really sums up his character.

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