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Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dual! is about a boy who sees images from an alternate (parallel) reality. When he is teleported into this reality he finds himself in middle of a war between two armies, and his only way to return to his own reality is by winning the war...
The anime features lots of laughs, huge robots, pretty good music and a pretty good ending. I enjoyed the series very much and can recommend Dual! to every fan of the genre.
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