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Souichiro and Bob want to rule their new school, but just as they begin cracking heads, their plan is shot to hell. First there's the Natsume sisters and their Juuken Club. If the older sister, Maya, isn't kicking their ass, then the younger sister, Aya, is trying to force feed Souichiro and make him her husband. Then there's the Student Executive Council that sends executioners to "educate" anyone who questions the council's authority! Their education is just beginning!
The Todo Academy, the setting for the broadcast series Tenjho Tenge (2004), was created to revive Tokugawa era martial arts: it's a high school of brawling thugs, ruled by a student "executive council." But instead of the stylized duels of Revolutionary Girl Utena or the slapstick chaos of Real Bout High, Tenjho Tenge offers sadistic violence. When two-bit toughs Souichiro and Bob enter Todo Academy, they plan on taking over, but they're way out of their league. They're forced to join the Juken Club, run by the Natsume sisters. Aya disguises her voluptuous figure to appear as a midget; Maya flaunts her Grand Canyon-esque cleavage. The filmmakers throw in hip-hop music, breakdance moves, and lip service to martial arts philosophy, but Tenjho Tenge depicts brutality and sexism, not bushido. (Rated 16 and older: nudity, risqué humor, sexual situations, violence, violence against women, ethnic stereotyping) --Charles Solomon
An awesome box set for a great series. Bought this set after buying a bootleg complete set and I'm glad I did. The box set comes with several things inside. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Sekirei 1990
I bought the first and second dvd of this series when I saw the trailer
I thought it would be a pretty good fighting not so serious anime but having just finishing watching... Read more
This is a ok Teen(mature 14+) fighting anime I have seen all 26 eps(the last 2 are 24min OVAs),the show needs 52 eps to finish its story so as it is its unfinished. Read morePublished on April 28, 2007 by Willaim Jarvis
Tenjho Tenge in its entirety is a bit of an oddity, story-wise - the story starts out quickly enough: Souichiro Nagi and Bob Makihara, who dub themselves the "Knuckle Bomb" have... Read morePublished on September 3, 2005 by Orchid_Malevolence
As with many anime I have seen in the last few years you really need to watch the whole disc before you can really form an opinion. Read morePublished on August 22, 2005 by M. Hencke
Tenjho Tenge is a seinen anime and manga series drawn and written by the manga-ka Oh! great.
The manga is currently running in Shueisha's Ultra Jump in Japan. Read more
Well, I' ve finally seen the first four episodes of Tenjho Tenge, and I must admit that the series is quite promising. Read morePublished on June 27, 2005 by Devarim