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This is a fantastic anime, very thought provoking and beautiful animation.
The two are on par as far as emotional involvement, but Kino's Journey goes well beyond, and is an extraordinarily relevant piece of literate filmmaking.
It has just enough action episodes, and the perfect amount of episodes that really make you think.
An understated series that makes some interesting observations about the human condition. Although there is sporadic violence, it's not the focus of the story.Published 2 months ago by arkham618
One of my all time favorite animes. I have been watching anime for close to thirty years now and have seen and enjoyed shows of every era and genre. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Big Herm
Kino's Journey is far more philosophical than any show about a gun-toting lone wanderer has any right to be, not that it's a bad thing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by iLag
The box slip is very sturdy and it seems harder than cardboard. The anime is amazing and I highly recommended!Published 7 months ago by Areli
Kino's Journey manages to do the almost impossible by asking interesting philosophical questions without sounding preachy or boring. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Trav&Beck
This anime boasts a charmingly enigmatic protagonist. The show both beautiful and contemplative, with moments of breathtaking actions. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Devin
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|anime recommendation pls: something as good as Kino's journey||
The closest show I can think of is unfortunately not available on DVD in the US, though it can be acquired through, um, other means- Kaiba, directed by Masaaki Yuasa, the director of the superlative (and also sadly unavailable) Mind Game and Kemonozume. You may have seen some of his work as... Read More
Feb 9, 2011 by Ryan S. Hupp | See all 3 posts