John Burgmeier

Yu Yu Hakusho: Season Three (BLU-RAY)

The story of  Yu Yu Hakusho is one that has a lot of potential. While I’ve never seen it before, after reading up on the series, I found that its concept was pretty cool.... Read more
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Hero Tales: Part Two

The first half of Hero Tales was mere introduction getting the viewer familiar with characters, their plight, and the lay of the land.... Read more
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Hero Tales: Part One

Going into Hero Tales I had no idea what to expect. From the trailer I assumed that the anime would be a collective story about mythical heroes from Japan who somehow come together to fulfill some sort of epic mission. The trailer is somewhat vague.... Read more
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Hero Tales

Going into Hero Tales I had no idea what to expect. From the trailer I assumed that the anime would be a collective story about mythical heroes from Japan who somehow come together to fulfill some sort of epic mission. The trailer is somewhat vague.... Read more
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Dragon Ball Z Kai

I will admit when “Dragon Ball Z Kai” came across my desk for review I just rolled my eyes.... Read more
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Dragon Ball Z Kai: Part One (BLU-RAY)

I will admit when “Dragon Ball Z Kai” came across my desk for review I just rolled my eyes.... Read more
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Hell Girl: Carp (Volume 5)

Ok so I grew bored with this show many volumes ago as each one is pretty much the same. While the reasons for wanting revenge may differ all the episodes ended up with someone being wronged and eventually sending the person that wronged them to Hell with Hell Girl’s help.... Read more
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Dragon Ball Z: Broly Double Feature (BLU-RAY)

Being the first major, older, anime to be released on the format, I was very curious as to how it would pan out.  Dragonball Z has always been on the grainier end of animes, even with the new remastered DVD editions going all the way up through 2007.  The DBZ movies have not always been that well... Read more
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Dragon Ball Z: Broly Double Feature

Being the first major, older, anime to be released on the format, I was very curious as to how it would pan out.  Dragonball Z has always been on the grainier end of animes, even with the new remastered DVD editions going all the way up through 2007.  The DBZ movies have not always been that well... Read more
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