Anime Review: Tokyo underground

Tokyo underground

Review Tokyo underground

Unbeknownst to the people of Tokyo there is an underground world underneath them. Well at least Rumina and his best friend Ginnosuke learns about it when two people, Ruri and her guard Chelsea, escape from there. The company, who runs the underground, are not happy about this at all and soon enough people, including a man who can control fire show up to take them back. Despite all of the groups efforts the company guards overwhelm them until Ruri uses her power to revive Rumina and in the process give him the ability to control the wind.

I found Tokyo underground to be a nice, light hearted action series that doesn't try to take itself to seriously. It would fit in the same genre as Yu Yu Hakusho but with only one story arc. The biggest problem with this show is juggling character development between members of a huge cast. This show could have been easily improved with a few more episodes added to it's run. There are an ample amount of fights in this show and these are well executed and are the main fun of the show (it's a shonen anime, what do you expect?)

The animation quality for Tokyo underground is decent. It didn't make a big impression on me but didn't drag the rest of the show down.

Tokyo underground is currently only available through fansubs. Tokyo underground isn't the best show there is and it isn't for everyone, but if you are in the mood for a light action series, you will find Tokyo underground as fun as I did. I give Tokyo underground a rating of good.

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