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10 Tokyo Warriors (Vols. 1-6)

1.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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The feudal lords who ruled the country were forever embroiled in territorial wars. The land was in a state of chaos. In the midst of this chaos, a warrior far superior to all others appeared. He was known as the Demon King. Now, 400 years later, he plans

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: Anime Works
  • DVD Release Date: February 24, 2004
  • Run Time: 162 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00018D4OK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227,596 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Complete waste of time. The storyline revolves around "reincarnated warriors" who have a Great Mission to defeat a Great Evil while keeping up their high school lives, and so forth. Except there's never any real detail given about these past lives, or what makes them so special. The characters are all stereotypes, with pretentious "Warrior" names. ('Warrior of Mirrors', 'Warrior of Light', and it just goes downhill from there.)

Calling the characterization 'cardboard' would be great praise. The art is terrible, the dialogue is worse--either sub or dub--and the plot is contrived. Even the trailers for other animes are terrible. There is a continutity gap between disc one and disc two that is never closed, which pretty much nukes any pretense this thing had to a plot.

If you like pointless explosions and meaningless fight scenes, that may raise this DVD set above glorified coaster status for you. Otherwise, skip this one. It's much too much money to spend on something of this poor quality.
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By kitty829 on September 26, 2004
The story-line and characters of this anime are incredibly cliche. If they make one more anime about Japanese high school student reincarnations of ancient warriors with elemental super-powers, I think the world might explode. You have the hot-headed main character with light powers (so obviously, his ongoing enemy will have shadow powers, duh), the niave and spunky girl character, etc. This anime also pulls a big no-no by having two of the main girl characters purple-haired so you can't even tell them apart. The only reason I'm not giving this show 1 star is because there are some cool moments during the battle scenes. One of the enemies is a giant black dot and before you can make jokes about how pitiful the budget must have been, you appreciate how cool the darn thing looks as it cut through buildings, swallowing people up.
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Alright so I hit hard times and had to sell off my anime to make ends meet, a long time passes and I get bit by the anime bug and want to restart my collection, I start with 10 Tokyo Warriors...not a promising beginning.

The story goes that 400 years ago a War Lord called the Demon King came to power and 10 Tokyo Warriors had to rise up and defeat him and now every 400 years the Demon King revives to try and take over the world and the 10 warriors are reincarnated to fight him once again.

First the good points, well the animation is not bad. no it's not tier 1 animation but it is serviceable and at least does not make your eyes want to bleed out. The First 3 episodes on disc 1 set up the story pretty well and shows most of the 10 warriors, some of the fights scenes are pretty good or at least I thought the Commander of the group mirror attacks were pretty clever, each warrior has control of a certain force, fire, wind, light, shadow etc etc.

Now for the bad.

If you do buy this anime for the love of all that is descent watch it subtitled the dubbing is horrible and it's not the voices themselves that makes it bad just the delivery of the lines are so bland and mono toned that it becomes painful to listen to. I mean I have to go back to the 80's to hear this bad a dub, I enjoyed my second watch on subtitled so much more.
Now as I said above the first disc sets up the story pretty well, have not a clue as to what happened on the second disc, you find out that Mika died whoever the hell that is, and that the 10 Tokyo Warriors previously just had a big battle in which one of the new characters who turned out to be a Warrior betrayed them, but it's ok because he never made an appearance in disc one.
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Wow, very disappointing. The character development is extremely weak, the action is mediocre, the plot is convoluted and the whole thing leaves you with "who cares" echoing through your brain until you want to scream. I've seen over 100 DVD's worth of anime and this one I can truly say is the worst. If you have seen anything decent like Bebop, Trigun, Escaflowne, X - tv series, Evangelion, or Full Metal Panic then you will HATE this. Once you've seen anime that people actually took pride in making you will never be able to stomach the likes of 10 Tokyo Warriors. Don't waste your valuable time and money.
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