Set 4

DVD - 2012
Average Rating: 5 stars out of 5.
To defend Karasumori from the Kokuboro, Masamori's Night Troops move into the Sumimura residence. Meanwhile, Yoshimori is bent on revenge and even allows himself to be captured in order to be led back to Kaguro. But he'll have to face the cruel Byaku and an intricate castle maze before finally tracking down the one he came to destroy.

Publisher: [United States] : Viz Media, 2012.
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (325 min) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in.


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Apr 22, 2014
  • X_andor_Who rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Kekkaishi Box Set 4 (Episodes:40 -52). It takes truly, a considerable, massive amount of imagination for a theoretical 33 year old to keep watching anime plots that pertain to and center on and around school settings as to be the dominate world, main setting. But no matter what, what then is one world versus another in the schemes of things…when and whereby but one said world is means to meet another world and to yet meet another world, ect, ect, ect…and then to be explored more via some other portals to some other worlds, right?! To me, the “Full Metal Alchemist’s” English voiced main character seemed to play the voice over for Yoshimiro, and the “don’t call me short” jokes, that were used in F.M.A. were used here in Kekkaishi as well. Seeing the whole cast of Night Troops in their entirety was rather neat. One, a glasses wearing one, definitely had and held a blade that could probably pass for a Zack Fair’s/Cloud Strife’s overly big, Buster Blade. Ogi’s voice-over seemed to be the same voice as the one in the English Bleach dub…the one who was a giant fox-humanoid-dude (captain) on Bleach; the one where the character who was the biggest captain and initially wore a basket on his head; he (this voice) seemed to voice both these characters from two separate worlds (anime shows). Wow the Professor’s and Byaku’s story emerges towards the finale, and it is sincerely dark... and it had an eerie feeling. The last quarter of Kekkaishi after its buildup, sets-up a fairly lively finale. Sacrifice is greatly given and acknowledged by some, such as by Sen. Sen felt like a Final Fantasy 7’s early years version of Cloud, watching fallen Gen and not quite understanding why he did what he did; and he, Sen, watching the willingness of a near sacrificing Yoshimori, finds willingness in himself to sacrifice himself; and in this all, them all being Final Fantasy 7’s world-like champion characters. Plus, amongst the lines used, was just how Sen was dressed to look very similar to a SOLDIER with blonde hair from FF7’s world. I would be reading into that, but that’s part of being imaginative and using imaginative skills. Kekkaishi, for me, had a highly relatable story and had highly relateable senses of emotions; and with all its characters, it related well with me; on a comparably high, emotional-intellect level, Kekkaishi met my needs and standards. Good show! There seemed like there could be a little bit of the nine-tail fox infusion with like what happened in relation to the Monster Fox, Princess Lady. Of a strange note, a Zekkai casted, the best of the best, could only come from one who cares for his/her friends more than his/her self. Nice wrap up and full circle with Byaku and Monster Fox lady with the Pampas Grass Field turning bright gold. I thought for sure Tokine would have reservations about riding that black looking giant cockroach thing. Spider lady is left to be loosened upon the world; she seems to be freeeaakishly sinister…I smell a possible sequel series… a to be continued perhaps?… Maybe? The executive members in the shadow society are still around too, right? Kamasura where the school is, still has a mystery about it, too, right? Overall, Kekkaishi was an awesome series. It was well worth my investing time. Rating: 5.0/5.0; Xandor Who


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