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After visiting countless realities, Syaoran, Sakura, Fai, and Kurogane finally learn the truth behind their shared fate. The shadowy villain responsible for scattering Sakura's memories is exposed, and the four friends endure twists and turmoil unlike any they've ever encountered. Impossible sacrifices, both emotional and physical, must be made.
When Fai is dealt an incredible wound, Kurogane takes shocking steps to save the wizard from death. The warrior's efforts will connect them forever. In a savage urban wasteland, Sakura's survival is far from guaranteed as she boldly takes action like never before. Indeed, nobody is safe - and the quest s noble hero is in the greatest danger of all. Syaoran must face his fiercest foe yet: himself. One Syaoran is a clone. The other is real. When a brutal battle erupts between the two, it is Sakura who suffers most. Prepare for the unexpected. Nothing is as it seems. Everything you know about Tsubasa changes now.

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The three-part Tokyo Revelations (2007) and two-part Spring Thunder (2009) continue the adventures of Sakura, Syaoran, Kurogane, Fay, and Mokona from the shojo (girl's) adventure Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle (2005). Tokyo Revelations more or less begins where the broadcast series ended: travelers land in a world that's a ruined version of Tokyo, lashed by acid rains. While Sakura sleeps, her friends search for the Feather Mokona senses. Yuko reveals that the Syaoran viewers know is actually a clone, created by Fei Wang to find the enchanted Feathers. Now the real Syaoran has escaped, and immediately comes into conflict with himself. The clone Syaoran steals one of Fay's eyes, and with it half his magical powers. By moving through dimensions to different worlds, the travelers are fulfilling Fei Wang's plans to create the physical memories he needs. Spring Thunder takes place in the Country of Japan, ruled by Princess Tomoyo. The two Syaorans come into more violent conflict and the revelations continue to pile up. The second episode ends with the companions preparing to embark for the Country of Clow, to free the Princess from Fei Wang--a journey they can undertake thanks to information provided by Watanuki from xxxHOLIC. Presumably, further adventures are in the works. The extras include cast commentaries for all five episodes. (Rated TV PG, suitable for ages 12 and older: violence, grotesque imagery) --Charles Solomon

(Tokyo Revelations: 1. The Magician's Message, 2. The Young Man's Right Eye, 3. The Princess' Dream)


Special Features

Tokyo Revelations OVA 1 Cast Commentary

OVA 2 Cast Commentary

OVA 3 Cast Commentary

Textless Opening Song –Synchronicity

Textless Closing Song – Saigo no Kajitsu

Spring Thunder Chronicle Part 1 Cast Commentary

Part 2 Cast Commentary

Textless Opening Song – SONIC BOOM

Textless Closing Song – Kioku no Mori


Product Details

  • Actors: Monica Rial, Vic Mignogna, Christopher Sabat, Carrie Savage
  • Directors: Stephen Hoff, Justin Houston
  • Format: Widescreen, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Japanese (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: January 4, 2011
  • Run Time: 150 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00477VLXW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,581 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

I also think that Funimation did a good dub on this.
Jeffrey Rivers
I'm a big fan of the Tsubasa anime and while I'm not against stories getting all dark and moody, this OVA was to big a change from the series.
vlad
All in all, whether you read the manga only, watch the anime only, or both, you'll enjoy these!
Christian Anime Girl

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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Maka Alban on October 16, 2010
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Boxset Contains: Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations OVA(3 episodes) and Tsubasa Shunraiki (2 Episodes)

Basically these are 2 manga storys adapted into OVAs.
Though I personally think only people who have followed the manga will get more out of this. If you're following the anime, bewarned this doesn't take place directly after season 2 ended. But a little while after. Tokyo Revelations jumps straight into the heart of the storyline(Tokyo Arc) and some of the revelations such as who this Syaoran is who has been travelling with Fai, Sakura, Kurogane and Mokona during the manga/anime.

Tsubasa Shunraiki. Basically this follows on from Tokyo Revelations. Basically the travellers are trapped in Celes Country after a certain event occurs. Forcing Kurogane to do something incredibly surprising to enable them to jump to Nihon(Japan) Country(Kuroganes home dimension). And things kinda happen from there.

You will basically long for wanting more Tsubasa after watching this.

If you're looking for a really decent night in with a quality anime series to watch. Look no further. This collection of OVAs is far better than Season 2 ever was.

I've made this review as non spoilerific as possible for those who haven't watched the OVAs yet.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kellyannl on January 5, 2011
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Tsubasa has been, at times, a somewhat lighthearted tale inspired by the original Cardcaptor Sakura. But there is another Tsubasa, which we've already glimpsed in Kurogane's backstory, the hints that Fai is suicidal, and the intentions of Fei Wang Reed. The first OVA in this set animates the relentlessly dark Acid Tokyo arc - which is not only the best arc of Tsubasa but probably the best arc of the whole Tsubasa/xxxHOLiC continuum and perhaps even the best thing CLAMP has ever written.

As the gang explore their next world - an alternate universe Tokyo ravaged by acid rain - Syaoran's personality continues to deteriorate after his disturbing behavior near the end of the series proper. When one of his companions performs a selfless, loving act to try to help him, things go horrifically wrong, and the quest for Sakura's feathers goes out the window as a race to save a life begins.

The arc is still shocking and powerful even if you've read the manga and know perfectly well what's coming, and it's difficult to watch. But there is beauty here too, because the main theme is the power of love, of different shapes and forms, between the main characters. Character development is at it's pinnacle, with Fai at his most fiercely, heartbreakingly maternal (and after Tokyo there's absolutely no doubt maternal is the right word), Kurogane embarking on an emotional rollercoaster as he's forced into two separate no-win decisions, and Sakura truly coming into her own as she fights the limits of her endurance for a loved one.

As for the second OVA, it's almost impossible to discuss without spoiling Tokyo, as the primary issue of that arc is whether or not all of the characters are going to make it through.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By CV on January 15, 2011
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Up to this point, the main focus has been searching for Sakura's feathers as well as making sure that they are properly returned to her. But now the story's direction is changing with darker paths and truths, increasingly testing the limits and endurances of the characters while also revealing the true reason for why they all have been brought together from the beginning.

In the world of Acid Tokyo, the setting for the first OVA and arguably the best arc of the entire series, each of the main characters are presented with difficult choices, which forever changes them and their relationships. The animation sequences, the excellent soundtrack, and the tight script are so impressive that each time you see the shocking, painful and emotional moments in Tokyo Revelations, it leaves you breathless. Yet each of them - Syaoran, Sakura, Fai and Kurogane- shine equally in their own way. Despite all of the devastating events and a near-death for one of them, the characters relentlessly sacrifice so much for one another, showing how close they have become.

The second OVA jumps for about two arcs, beginning with the end of Celes and heading right into Nihon. (Therefore, I highly recommend reading Volumes 18-21 to not be confused). Though not as powerful and gripping as Tokyo Revelations, Spring Thunder animates the Nihon arc faithfully and has its own memorable and poignant scenes. Without spoiling any specific details, the ending certainly would remind Tsubasa manga and anime followers of the beginning, a clever symbol of how far the characters have grown and came to love each other.

On a side note, for those that prefer to watch the English dubs, I can happily say that the English script is very faithful to the original one; something that was not always the case for the previous episodes.

I highly recommend this for Tsubasa fans.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Christian Anime Girl on January 7, 2011
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"Everything you know about Tsubasa changes now!" and that is a true statement. If you have only watched the anime series and have not read the manga, the first OVA series, "Tokyo Revelations" kicks off where the Library arc should have left off. Acid Tokyo was the world they were suppose to land in when Fai had used magic to escape. This arc is one of the most amazing, but probably the worst world they could ever of landed in. Not just because of the country's misery, but the events that take place amongst our dimensional travelers. Also, if you're a fan of Princess Sakura, in one of the episodes you get to see her be kick-butt, which is awesome!

Now, the second OVA, "Spring Thunder" is separated from the other OVA by a two arc gap, Infinity and Celes. So, if you want it to make sense, pick up volumes 18-21 of the manga to fill in that gap, then you can watch this one. This is a pretty amazing one, too, though not as good as the Acid Tokyo arc, it is still very important, as there's some pretty strong emotions going on and another shocking revealing. And once you're done with this OVA, finish the Tsubasa story by reading volumes 24-28.

These two OVA series makes up for what the anime lacked when they had decided to stray from the manga after the Library arc. The voice cast on each audio track are simply amazing, watching it in Japanese and English are like two totally different experiences because of how each cast portrays their characters. So I recommend watching both audio tracks to get the whole experience. All in all, whether you read the manga only, watch the anime only, or both, you'll enjoy these! After a long wait, it's all on DVD!
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