Tama-Neko's Tenkuu no Escaflowne Tv Review

Tenkuu no Escaflowne

Rated: 9

Escaflowne is a series I watch every other year. I never plan it that way, but somehow it always happens. At 26 episodes, the series is long enough to really develop its cast of characters as well as a long and intricate plot without taking forever to build up to action. There aren't really any 'filler' episodes -- the story is tightly paced from the get-go, and rarely slows down for a breath once it gets going.

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Ouatic's Tenkuu no Escaflowne Tv Review

Tenkuu no Escaflowne

Rated: 9

This show is quite original, not in its genre, but the actual story. Although at points it feels like you're watching The Record of Lodoss War which is how it should be, being a fantasy anime. The show is again, well paced with no fillers whatsoever. The show is also enjoyable to watch, while not quite as much as One Piece or Naruto, but still does a good job holding its own. The characters are all unique and well developed, although Hitomi and Merle did get on my nerves from time to time. There is romance in the story that helps contribute to the characters and plot of the story. The ending is fine, however it wasn't very concrete, which might have some viewers slightly disappointed.

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Spirit0's Tenkuu no Escaflowne Tv Review

Tenkuu no Escaflowne

Rated: 9

As stated before- The Vision of Escaflowne is not the most original piece of work in the world. It doesn't really matter, however (eventually everything's going to have been done before anyway, right?). Humor falls a little short too. The only real comic relief character wise is the Moleman (he is referred to as nothing else), the thief and pervert and Merle (Melulu), Van's ever faithful (and ever annoying) adopted cat-girl sister. Every once in awhile you'll catch Hitomi or Van with a funny face (such as in episode three, when Hitomi see's the Moleman and claims he is a thief. Van is so confused....). Unless you think Dilandau's face may possibly always be funny, that's about all for humor. But who cares? Escaflowne is extremely enjoyable to watch; there's never a dull moment.

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