Anime Streaming Showcase: Tenjho Tenge

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Tenjho Tenge is a brutal martial arts show that climaxes, just not in a satisfying, worthwhile manner. Allow the latest A.S.S to explore it fully for you.

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Like most people here, I’ve been watching anime for many, many years. I owe blocks like Toonami for getting me into the medium. Shows like Dragonball Z and Ronin Warriors shaped my beginning years, while shows like Neon Genesis Evangleion and Cowboy Bebop showed me that there’s some true artistic ability and expression found within anime (moreso than big burly dudes punching and screaming for hours on end). I now try to watch anime showcasing many genres and storytelling. Anime is just another great, creative medium for telling stories, and I’m happy to share my thoughts on the series I enjoy with you!

6 thoughts on “Anime Streaming Showcase: Tenjho Tenge

  1. I remember watching this when Fuse Tv existed and had anime, along with Ergo Proxy and La Portrait De Petite Cosette.
    It ended very early so I read what happens in the manga which goes on for some time afterward.
    It probably has one of my favorite anime fights in which the main character Souichiro who I hate get his ass kicked by Masataka but takes a sucker punch while hes off guard and then gets destroyed brutally love it, if anything just watch that part from episode 2.

    1. Fuse, the music station, THEY showed anime?
      Man, it’s been a while since I’ve had cable, so I may have fallen behind the times.
      Ergo Proxy is another I’ve been meaning to sit down with, I can never get to far in to it before I turn to something else. It’s not bad, it’s just quiet and slow; it’s hard to keep my attention, I have to be in the mood for it.

      The fights here are often so hard-hitting, you can almost feel the veracity of punches and blows landing, it’s great!

    1. Oh yeah, it was a good alternative to MTV at the time, but it quickly became another “we’re music television, but we hardly play many music videos” channel like VH1/MTV.

      Ergo Proxy and Texhnolyze are two series that are heavily philosophical shows I’ve heard great things about, but I have to prep before I watch them.
      One day, one day……..

  2. I could not get into texhnolyze, ergo proxy really picks up plot wise after 4 eps and has some fun stand alones and definitely has one of my favorite final episodes along with Code Geass, Scryed, Baccano, Cowboy Bebop, Yuyu Hakusho and Samurai Champloo

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