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Colleen Lester


I'm a 21 year old girl who is very used to anime and fansubs and the kind of embarrassing or questionable things you might find in them, but Flame of Recca has really just grossed me out. It started out good but kind of went downhill in a creepy sort of way. Please be careful, it becomes very different after the first couple tapes. I have to strongly disagree with the person who compared it to Dragonball Z. It is more like, the animators from Yuu Yuu Hakusho wanted to rehash what they had done before, but add sexy babes and kinky bad guys. I personally think, if you want a good fighting show, support Yuu Yuu Hakusho. My friends and I think it's a better choice for fighting-show fun, with better and more lovable characters, and without the eerie ecchiness.

I've been interested in anime since the age of five, my favorite is Rurouni Kenshin! I also really like Yuu Yuu Hakusho, Kodomo no Omocha, Slayers, Card Captor Sakura, Patlabor, Blueseed, Ranma 1/2...

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