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I'm currently reading a manga that I've owned for some time, but didn't have the time to read. That manga is "Vagabond", It's about  Miyamoto Musashi , considered amongst other things, the best samurai of all time and the father of the Bushido doctrine. The author of the manga is Takehiko Inoue Sensei, also the author of  "Slam Dunk". Vagabond follows the life of Miyamoto Musashi  or  Shinmen Takez┼Ź, as he was know in his childhood, from a brutal hooligan to the greatest samurai in History. The art is just amazing, as it really makes you feel like you're in feudal Japan,  Takehiko Inoue Sensei really managed to capture the time period and the society this great manga is set on, the battle scenes are extraordinarely coreographed, with each movement being as exquisite as ruthless. The story's pacing is just right, with an easy to follow plotline and excelent thought off characters (each with a compelling background), but for me, what really makes this manga great is the bond that you end up creating with the characters, making you want to see the story through. If you have the time, try to pick it up, it's completely worth your time and money, but do try to pick up the Vizbig Edition, seeing that it features coloured pages, which really adds depth to the whole experience. 


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i don't know why but there doesn't seem to be a lot of anime in blu ray, don't get me wrong amazon does have some anime available in blu ray, but the main stream shows never seem to make it to that format, even the great classics like Dragon Ball, or Saint Seya aren't available. One of the only series that I like that is available is "Basilisk" which is a shame, because with the quality of blu ray, watching anime is a tottaly diferent experience.

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What do you guys think, do you prefer do watch dubbed anime, or watch it in it's original language?
I really do prefer to watch in it's original language (with english subs, although I'm not a native speaker)

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For those who have never seen or read Air Gear, let me just say someting, it's really awsome, it has a complex story really well writen and drawn characters, but it's the ambience that surrounds all the action that is amazing, it has the perfect setting, and portrays the "Tokyo Underworld" in a way never seen before, The anime revolves around a guy named Ikki, a young high school student and it's way to rollerblade greatness as king of the Wind Road (yes the anime is about 
rollerblades). It  was canceled after only 24 episodes, which is a crime, because it's exactly after where the anime stops that things get interesting. The manga is still being published. Check it out if you have the time, you won't regret it.

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I had high hopes for this year's E3, mainly because now I have both a 360 and a PS3, and so I can enjoy every exclusive. But  unfortunately the game I was hoping would be anouced, wasn't even mentioned. That game is Persona 5. The Persona franchise is one of the best in the JRPG genre, especially Persona 3 and 4, both stories are excelent, well paced, they both have really likeable characters, an epic soundtrack, gorgeous anime cutscenes and an awsome battle system. If you haven't picked it up, do it, it's worth every second you'll spend on it, and by the time you've reached the end, you'll be sucked into that world and will be reluctant to put the game down. Both games are available for the PS2. 
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