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  • But the dialogue is pretty good and the fight scenes are also nicely animated, even if Tokyo Majin doesn’t have the best animation I’ve ever seen for an anime
  • The characters are decent and interesting, but unfortunately not very memorable
  • I’d recommend Tokyo Majin to anime fans who want a decent action show with zombies, demons and other monsters
  • Overall, I like Tokyo Majin, but I don’t think that it’s a must-have anime
  • I think it’s worth watching once if you like shonen action anime with fighting and monsters

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      Tokyo Majin Episode 4 has Tatsuma Hiyuu, Aoi Misato, Kyouichi Horaiji, Komaki Sakurai and Yuuya Daigo begin their search for Raito Umon, who was searching for his band mate, Ryouichi Karasu, who has been using crows to attack people.

      This episosde was pretty good for the typical monster-of-the-week formula that this show runs on. But the dialogue is pretty good and the fight scenes are also nicely animated, even if Tokyo Majin doesn’t


      have the best animation I’ve ever seen for an anime.

      The characters are decent and interesting, but unfortunately not very memorable. I’d recommend Tokyo Majin to anime fans who want a decent action show with zombies, demons and other monsters. Unfortunately I can’t recommend this as an addition to someone’s anime collection, because it’s not really that great, but it’s worth watching once on Hulu or Funimation’s video portal.

      Overall, I like ...


      • Tokyo Majin, but I don’t think that it’s a must-have anime. I think it’s worth watching once if you like shonen action anime with fighting and monsters. It has a decent story, although it can get really confusing, it also has a decent dub, it’s not really worth singing the praises of all the actors, it even has my favorite voice actor, Vic Mignogna, but even he can’t really save this show
        and make it any better than it is, but it’s a decent one, I’d say check it out if you’re old enough to watch TV-MA rated anime, but don’t blind buy, you might feel bad about paying a lot of money for it, rent it or watch it streaming instead.

        Tokyo Majin is available on DVD from Funimation after they bought the rights from ADV Films and can be bought on Amazon.com and Rightstuf.com.




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