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Welcome to our Reviews section!  February sees ANIMEfringe's very first Music CD review. It's down at the bottom. ^_^; Give it a read, let us know what you think, if you think it could be done better. As usual, we;re willing to review anything you'll like from Japan. That includes ANYTHING -- Anime, Manga, canned beverages, toothpaste, music... anything. We mean it. So, if you have a review you'd like to see on ANIMEfringe (we'll put it right here on this page with the rest of the month's reviews...) don't be afraid to send it over...


Reviewed This Month:

Wild Cardz

The Card Kingdom is under attack by two giant war machines, one white and one black. Now its up to the card weilding Crown Knights (aka Jaja Uma Quartette) to save their beloved kingdom from imminent destruction. But what happens when your own power fails you? You stack the deck and kick butt!

By Adam "OMEGA" Arnold - More...

Nazca Vol. 1 - Blades of Fate

Imagine you are a normal high school student, you belong to the Kendo club, and you have good friends. Then, one day, you're at a Kendo tournament, watching your Sensei battle, and suddenly you see his true self as the match goes horribly wrong. Memories of a past life slowly begin to unravel as you learn you are really the reincarnation of a 500-year-dead Inca. But, you aren't alone, almost everyone you know is also a reincarnated soul. And you learn that your former friends and enemies are all out to destroy you.

By Adam "OMEGA" Arnold - More...

Dual! Parare Run Run Monogatari

As most otakus might have noticed, the amount of new series coming out each week on Japan TV networks and those on some of their associated satellite networks is astonishing. The new anime series released in Japan over the course of one to two months is almost the same as the number of series released in the North America region. And very often, great series were overlooked by executives of anime distribution companies. One of such series is Dual! released in the summer of 1999 by AIC on the WOWOW channel.

By Ikusabe Wataru - More...

Music CD:
Megumi Hayashibara - "Bertemu"

What comes to mind when you hear the name, "Megumi Hayashibara"? Rei Ayanami perhaps? Or maybe Ranma Saotome? Maybe even Lina Inverse, right?

Hayashibara is definitely not 'new' to the Anime or Seiyuu scene. Starring in the most popular roles of Anime History, Hayashibara has been crowned the "Most Popular Seiyuu of All Time". I personally never looked into her music or works, but I am indeed impressed with this particular CD.

By Diana Kou (Michiru Kaioh) - More...

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