Ushio and Tora TV

Alt title: Ushio to Tora TV

Ushio and Tora TV

Ushio and Tora TV Episode 9 - Mad Wind

Ushio and Tora head for Sendai City. However, suddenly, Ushio's screams rattle the city. He realizes that the money that his father had given him for the trip is missing. At the moment of despair, they run into two Kamaitachi siblings, Raishin and Kagari, who ask a request. They take Ushio and Tora to a house in the mountains, where they are asked an unbellievable request.

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epicrevenge epicrevenge says

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.

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egon0044 egon0044 says

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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ZAP!  Buh-dump, Buh-dump...

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