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Ushio and Tora TV Episode 11 - Mirror of a Single Strike

Ushio was getting ready for the rest of his journey at the house of the Kamaitachi. He was ready to welcoe a quiet night, however he sees a silent vision of Asako screaming in their pond. They then go see someone who the Kamaitachi siblings say can help him understand what's going on...

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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.