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Review: Tokyo Underground

Plot Summary: Under the capital city of Tokyo, Japan, there exists a large, vast, and unknown world known as Underground. There, people known as Elemental Users exist; people who have the ability to control the elements: Fire, Water, Lightning, Magnetism, Freeze, etc. Meet Rumina Asagi and his best friend Ginnosuke Isuzu, two average high school freshmen who reside in Tokyo. When they meets Gravity User, Chelsea Rorec, and the Miko of Life, Ruri Sarasa, their whole life changes into one big adventure.

I tend to like action packed martial arts anime, Tokyo Underground has that and alittle bit more. The anime picks up very quickly from the start, Asagi doesn’t know where they come from but he likes Ruri who is the Maiden of Life. Chelsea Rorec is the bodyguard of Ruri, and they just escaped from The Company. Due to his actions he has gained the power of wind and vowed to save Ruri from the company which is not an easy task. The anime is off to a good start, and the story develops from there. Towards the end it looks like its going to be interesting but I think they didn’t take it to the peak of an ending that it should have had. Overall the anime quality is great, and storyline is entertaining.

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