Toradora: Vol. 1 (Standard Edition)
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(Jan 01, 2014)
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Ryuji Takasu is cursed with his father's threatening face and is labeled a "delinquent" because of it. Even though this makes it difficult for him to meet people, he is madly in love with Minorin, the one girl who does not flee from him in terror. Taiga Aisaka is a notorious hothead with the nickname "Palm-top Tiger." She also happens to be Minorin's best friend, and what's more, Taiga has a crush on Ryuji's closest friend. This unlikely duo strikes a tenuous agreement to assist one another in stealing the hearts of the ones they love. They will face many hurdles along the way, but perhaps true love is closer to them than they think.
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I read the other reviews good and bad. I the watched the whole series on You tube -Twice.
By then I was so hooked I had to buy the whole series! Good points- Great animation, Very well fleshed out characters,
The funniest anime in my collection! Great story lines, A truly great romance, Satisfying final resolution to series.
So good you want to watch it over and over and will still pickup new nuances every time through.
Just watch the whole first episode on You tube and you'll be hooked too.
Bad points- There are no bad points!!!
The series is in two volumes, The one I am reviewing and volume 2 standard edition, 25 total episodes.
It is in Japanese with English subtitles -you will prefer it this way after watching it, its hilarious!
My top recommendation to this, it is my new favorite!
UPDATE- I just received my DVD's They are crystal clear transfers in widescreen. The English
subtitles have been slightly updated from those I saw on You Tube and make more sense to the
story. Be sure to watch the last episode all the way through the end of the credits or you
will miss very important scenes. -Enjoy.
Note- It is in the Japanese language, but it has the option to have English subtitles. This may or may not be something to consider before buying as I do not personally find it hard to 'read and watch,' but others may find it distracting. As of this review, there is not an English dub version of the anime.