Ushio and Tora go on a journey to find Ushio's mother. As they are headed to Hokkaido by air, they meet a girl named Yuu, who recently lost her father, who was a pilot. She believes that a JASDF pilot, Atsuzawa, is responsible for her father's death, but Atsuzawa says it's the work of a monster. Eventually, Atsuzawa feels the same pressure he felt when he saw the monster in the sky that day he saw the monster. Right after, Ushio and the others come face to face with the monster that brought down Yuu's father's plane, Fusuma.
The Fate that Brings Ushio And Tora Together
The Demon That Dwells in the Painting
Tora Goes to the City
The Sea of the Ayakashi
He Is in the Sky
The House Where the Child Lives
Mirror of a Single Strike
The Road to the Touno Youkai Battle ~Part One~
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Ushio to Tora is a new shounen anime based off a 90s manga, so if you've just finished the 1992 shounen anime Yu Yu Hakusho and have no idea what to watch to fill the void then be sure to check out Ushio to Tora for more supernatural adventures. Or if you are really enjoying Ushio to Tora then check out the classic Yu Yu Hakusho.
Both anime are full of great comedy and awesome action involving an average teenage boy gaining supernatural powers and taking on demons and youkai! While there are similarities, there are also many differences so neither are a rehash of another and will be a fresh 90s experience with quality animation, memorable characters and old school music. If you enjoyed the vibe and themes of one of them, then the other is definitely worth checking out.
They share the supernatural/spiritual aspects and themes, the main characters are practically the same but with key differences, and they both have a loud but strong sidekick.
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The basic story is the same for both InuYasha and Ushio and Tora. A teenager who lives at a shrine falls into a hole of some sort and ends up freeing a demon. Said demon must now help the human kill other demons. The demon comes to like the human and help them of their own free will. (It seems that after being stuck in one spot for centuries causes certain demons to enjoy the company of humans.)
Tone down the love angle and ramp up the fighting demons and spirits and you have the same show, magical weapon and all.
With Majin Buu defeated, Goku has taken a completely new role as...a radish farmer?! With Earth at peace, our heroes have settled into normal lives. But they can’t get too comfortable. Far away, the powerful God of Destruction, Beerus, awakens to a prophecy revealing his demise at the hands of an even more formidable being. When his search for the...
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ZAP! Buh-dump, Buh-dump...
80/90's revival time! Are you enjoying Dragonball being back on TV? Did you get the flicker of warmth and nostalgia for an era while watching it?
Guess what? we have another old gem that has been dug up out of the shonen suitcase. It is a former manga and 90's OAV that in the same manner of Hunter X Hunter, might end up being a worth revival.
Simple action and fun to watch, both of these titles pay off with what you would expect.
Oh and if you have not seen DBS and are watching Ushio, I'd also recommend it back the other way.