Nauxolo's Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Tv Review

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

Rated: 7

Tsubasa Chronicle is a very straightforward anime with few tugging questions or 'mysteries'. Although a lot is left unsaid, the pacing of the anime really doesn't make their mysteries very important. The crew set out on a journey almost immediately with absolutely no background given for anyone. Even up to episode 18 nothing about anyone's powers is told and the groups cooperation with each other is almost too simple and quick. My main qualm with the beginning is how did Kurogane accept Syaoran so quickly? I accepted Fye's reasons just barely.

Putting all personal annoyances aside, this anime is a fun travel/journey anime and there aren't enough of these pure journey animes out there.

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Jose701's Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Tv And Ova And Manga Review

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

Rated: 9

It has everything that makes a good story: it has adventure, fantasy, romance and action. In the series (first season and second) there is some fighting but not as much. I'd prefer some more. But it is understandable since they want to balanced out the action, fantasy and romance. However, there is actually intense fighting in the manga in the latest volume 23, chapter 175-176. It's so good! There is also some comedy in the series with Fai and Mokona making jokes and fooling around with Kurogane. I especially enjoyed the episode with Mokona as an artist and the other 4 as chobits. So cute and funny. xD! At last, there is some romance of Sakura + Syaoran. Yeah!! They are my fave couple in anime. So cute and everything. They fit together so perfectly.

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Az0k's Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Tv Review

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

Rated: 3

Move on to the theme. Tsubasa doesn't have a theme. Period. Or you can try to convince me what the theme is.

Presentation sucks. What I mean by presentation are things like camera angles, scene switching, when to start the background music, etc. First on the anime. It's 2007 already and we don't really need to see the camera fixing on a guy's face for 5 seconds without him saying a word. I didn't even finish the first season because of this. Next the manga. I think I hate Clamp's style. They failed to deliver anything to me except the Kurogane's past arc. Even the love element looks like kindergarten stuff compared to Suzuka. All I get from reading the manga is that things happened, so what?

Other technical stuff. The dialogues are shallow. There are no humours either.

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Animefreakzzz's Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Tv Review

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

Rated: 9

The humour in tsubasa come mainly from Fye and Mokona. The group's maskot, Mokona is a very adorable bun-shaped creature with rabbit ears...mokona is more or less the main comic relieve in the whole series as she pairs up with Fye to tease about kurogane. Mokona can also be rather endearing at time too as she bounces from fye to kurogane and hides in their clothes during battles. Tsubasa is enjoyable as viewers tend to look forward to the next world they are travelling as the different worlds are truly facsinating. Viewers are to be prepared to some pleasant surprises along the way. The anime give one a pleasant feeling as the anime is not too stressful on the brain juice. It flows along smoothly with nothing too drastic and this makes the viewers being able to watch in a lean back manner.

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KLY's Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Tv Review

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

Rated: 9

The coversation of this series is all different everywhere. It's good to have a change of new stuff all the times right? In this series the imagination runs wild. Cool and incredible people and organisms pops out everywhere. It's a true Final Fantasy. Especially when featuring the old folks that we cannot know them any better. It's pretty humourous with Fye and Kurogane quarrelling all the times. Really cool and addictive i should say.. i bought every book on the first it is published!!
Talk about action.. it's really cool in the manga.. all the movements are drawn perfectly.. different techniques performed by many different character at a single time can be really jaw dropping! The anime had many parts cut off so action reduces.. those anime action fans will weep! LoL..

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Kryuzei's Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Tv Review

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

Rated: 8

Anime Presentation :
Well.... i only seen 4 episode so far.... no.5 - 8. Its actually pretty good. but, the special art at the manga is missing.....However, the Seiyuu isn't that bad, and the ED is pretty well....
The anime, is also missing some fun for the Humor parts. But don't worry, this one is fun to watch ^^.
The story, The fighting scene is been added a little from the manga
there are some dramatic part that feels more great at the anime than the manga....
overall anime : 7
Manga Presentation :
The manga is drawn specially and artfully. However some of the stories like missing some parts. But the anime also has a pretty good Otaku with great humor. The manga is also crossover with the new clamp's series.... XXXHolic.

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Kawaiiguy's Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Tv Review

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

Rated: 7

The idea of a CLAMP crossover, while not completely original, can be refreshing. Although knowledge of CLAMP's past works isn't required, it definitely adds an extra dimension to the story. Each time I pick up a new volume, the same thing usually happens: the rest of my CLAMP manga ends up scattered all over my bed as I flip through and try to find all the crossovers (some of them are very minor, like the apartment complex in the Hanshin Replublic or Tamayo in the Country of Oto, where others are blatantly obvious). It's almost like a "Where's Waldo" book, but with CLAMP characters, and Miyuki-chan.

From a CLAMP fan's perspective, the crossovers make this an extremely fun manga to read. The anime, however, requires me to find something else to like.

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Majokai's Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Tv Review

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

Rated: 6

Animation sequences are rather stilted, dialogue seems forced. Like I said previously, I feel like I'm playing a game more than watching an anime. Well, even the plot is similar to that of a game...go to new level, find the feather, fight the boss of that level, and then proceed on. The more you proceed, the harder the boss is to defeat, but your own HP level increases as well. Along the way you will pick up items that are useful....yea, does sound like a game to me. Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles will probably make a better game than anime.
Enjoyability though...one will laugh at how Fye and Mokona gang up against Kurogane, calling the self righteous warrior with cute nicknames and the such. Mokona is a cute white beanbun, but such humour tends to get old after a while.

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Cloudnine's Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Tv Review

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

Rated: 9

I wasn’t particularly fond of the fact that Tsubasa being a crossover Clamp’s previous works. Crossovers usually meant that the people producing them have run out of ideas and are just sticking their older, better characters into the story for lack of original material. However, I was proven completely wrong when I finished the first volume. It turned out much better than I expected, the crossovers were done smoothly and perfectly. It didn't seem like they were thrown in just for fanservice, but moreso the fact that the story needed such a character for it to progress any further.

The story isn't entirely orginal, but that doesn't null the fact that Tsubasa is indeed enjoyable to read. The characters are charming and unforgettable, especially if you've read them in other titles.

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