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At the island-based Duel Academy, young potential duelists gain the skills they need to become a top notch duelist. The students are divided into three classes named after the three Egyptian god cards: the top ranked Obelisk Blue, average Ra Yellow, and beginner Slifer Red. Jaden Yuki is currently a student at the academy, and is a huge fan of the famous Yugi Mutou. Though Jaden must start off slowly in the Slifer Red class, his goal is impressive: to become the next King of Games! Together with Syrus, Chumley, and Bastion, their dueling matches will draw them into the shadow realm, and into trouble. Jaden and the gang must do the only thing possible: get their game on!
Digimon Season 2 is a continuation of the first season's story. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX is a fairly different story all together from its original. However, older characters do appear and the characters seem a bit lighter hearted (in both series that is). Basicly, both series present you with another story from a beloved series with more teenage characters with that teenage attitude.
After traveling and competing throughout the Orange Islands and Johto, Ash continues his adventure in the land of Hoenn. Accompanying him are whiz kid Max, gentle May, woman-crazy Brock, Pikachu and the rest of the pokemon gang. Along the way they encounter a Spoink who has lost his pearl, treasure ships, new and improved pokemon, and of course plenty of new battles and tournaments to be won. Gotta catch ‘em all!
In both Digimon Season 2 and Pokemon Advanced, there are little monsters That work together with everyday human kids/teens to overcome different problems including, Defeating evil enemies, helping friends overcome problems, and much more! im sure if you liked Pokemon Advanced or Digimon Season 2: Digital Monsters, then the other one is for you
MKR is a Clamp anime about three girls who are taken from Tokyo during a school field trip, and transported into a fantasy world. Hikaru Shidou, Umi Ryuzaaki, and Fuu Hououji must fight a slew of enemies, overcome trials and tribulations, and face their inner demons to save Cephiro, a wonderfully detailed world, from a dastardly evil and powerful Priest, Zagato.
In the future, the net is connected to everything - from streetlights to kitchens. Each new convenience brings an opportunity for people to manipulate it. To facilitate the use of the net and to protect people from its dangers, citizens buy or create "pets". These cyber-creations not only help to find data, but also, protect them from threats. Rockman EXE revolves around a young boy, whose father has sent him a new prototype called Rockman.
Both of these shows feature children who rely upon their digital friends to save the world from danger, while trying to deal with school as well. (Or at least, they're SUPPOSED to be attending school, but saving the world means you need to skip a lot of class.) The kids and their digital partners use teamwork and flashy attacks to save the day, and both shows are a lot of fun.
Star Driver takes place on the fictional Southern Cross Isle. One night, a boy named Takuto washes up on shore swimming from the mainland. He later enrolls in Southern Cross High School as a freshmen and makes new friends. However, beneath the school is a group of mysterious giants called Cybodies, which can be controlled by humans in an alternate dimension known as Zero Time. Takuto, The "Galactic Pretty Boy" , finds himself dragged into opposition with the "Glittering Crux Brigade". Glittering Star Cruciform Group), a mysterious group that intends to take possession of the island's Cybodies for their own purposes as well as break the seals of the island's four Shrine Maidens, whose powers prevent the Cybodies from functioning outside of Zero Time.
Watching Star Driver feels kind of nostalgic for me because it reminds me of Digimon. Particularly the second season of Digimon. Takuto, the main character of Star Driver, acts a lot like the main characters from the first two seasons of Digimon. Plus, the art styles of these two shows are similar. I also really love the way that they both show a very skillful use of insert songs at just the right moments.