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In sixth grade I was a big anime fan, but I grew out of it and moved back to comic books. While I'm slowly regaining my interest in anime again, while balancing my love for American comics, I go for the not-so well know franchises. Either they are underrated or they do have a big fan base, but not as big as the heavy hitters such as Naruto or Bleach. And I'll be reviewing Sgt.Frog. Now I love both the anime and the manga although I think the manga is superior then again that's me.
Me personally my favorite two characters have to be Dororo and Koyuki. They are fun, interesting, and they are freakin ninjas! I love the other characters such as Angol Mois, Kululu, Tamama, Momoka, and many more. I think one of the strongest points that this show has is its pop culture references. Yes I am a sucker for pop culture references, if they are done right. And this show is spot on with it. They made fun of DBZ, Gundams, Street Fighter,and many more. You have to see it to understand it. I really can't much in words. All have to say is you might like it and I actually recommend the English dub.
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