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Card Captor Sakura TV (1 - 70) (MAC)
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moonspinnerOverall Rating (9.67)
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Story: This is a wonderful and very cute story about a young girl whom sought to recover a set of power cards. You'll get to like the characters as the plot unfolds slowly. There is alot of great action combined with a little comedy to keep your attention. Enjoyability: I admit that I did not watch this entire set all the way through but both my daughters did and loved every part of it. I had watched the TV series way back when and loved it; this set is definately a must. You'll miss the begining and a large part of the plot with the English version which was edited. Video Quality: Beautiful animation. I did manage to watch about half of this and I did not notice any drop in quality. Although, my daughters did notice some problems with some green showing up in one of the episodes and a little playability with another episode. It was slight from what I understand and my nine yr old was able to jump past the problem with the remote so I don't believe that anyone should have a problem with it. Sound Quality: again, I did not notice any drop in quality. It was perfect for episodes I did watch. Subtitle: great subs for the most part. Perfectly understandable.

ArcheonOverall Rating (9.50)
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I had stayed away from this anime for quite awhile due to the kiddish nature I believed it revolved around, but I eventually picked it up and havnt regretted it in the least. Its an amusing anime meant to be lighthearted keeps the mood fun and clean.

Tsubasa13Overall Rating (9.50)
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This series is CLAMP's masterpeice. Its look may seem like it is for kids at first but it is a series adults may enjoy just as much. The subbing for the first season was a little strange, and Shaoran's name switched between Shaoran and Shaolan, but otherwise it was perfect. There was some colorblockin on the second disc, (mostly red) but it didnt take from the quality. overall this is one of the best series you can buy.

InvaderJhonen2Overall Rating (9.33)
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Sound: Perfect sound. What else do I need to say? Video: It would have given it a perfect ten, except for the imfamous Sweet card episode. Subtitles: This is the worst feature on the disc. Although they aren't bad, they do run off the screen alot. The second set has a lot of grammatical errors as well. Rest of the stuff: Good story, high cuteness, and the enjoyability is high.

niyvadOverall Rating (9.67)
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Great anime for the entire family! Action, romance, humor, and well developed characters. Every episode is a gem. I would have given the video quality a 10 but one episode had some scrambled scenes. Subtitiles were very good especially compared to some other animes (like the dreadful YuGiOh subtitles). My kids (3 and 7) absolutely love this series (they even picked up some Japanese. I guess I love it enough to watch it repeatedly with them. We saw the American version first, which was okay, but the Japanese version is infinitely better. To my surprise, the story is at its heart a series of love triangles and deals maturely with unrequited love. A must buy for anyone!

aquagrl87Overall Rating (9.67)
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This is an awesome series. Everything is good about it. There was a bit bad vidoe quality, but only in, like 2 episodes, and they only lasted a couple of minutes. Subtitles came out very good, with very few errors. Thanks, Animeniacs!

snowbunnyOverall Rating (9.50)
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Firstly, this is one of my favorite anime series of all times. It focuses on Sakura, a young girl who becomes the 'Card Captor,' capturing magical cards she accidently set free, and her developing relationship with rival-turned-friend Li Shaoran, but it's so much more than mere 'magical girl' or a series devoted to the collection and use of magical cards/animals/etc. The characters, even the supporting ones, are all memorable, especially Yukito, Sakura (and Li's!) crush, and Sakura's big brother, Touya. The animation, as one would hope of a Clamp series, is excellent, and the music is very enjoyable. My only quibbles with the DVD set are the loss of 'Kero's Check!," a painfully-cute follow-up to the first-season episodes, and some problems with large chunks of bright pink, which flash green. 'Sakura and the Giant Panda' especially has problems with this. But the video is very clear and the sound is excellent. For this price, it's more than a bargain. It's a steal.

mopeyOverall Rating (9.50)
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Cardcaptor Sukura has recently been on TV here with an english dub. If you've seen that and enjoyed it you're in for a treat with the original japanese - the english just sucks the life out of it. This series was originally bought for our daughter, but we both found ourselves enjoying it a great deal. The stories are interesting, full of action, and the characters are all people you can feel for and identify with. The plot is 'pacey' and doesn't have any real slow periods (an oddity for such a long series). We found ourselves watching many episodes of it in a single sitting. The video is great for the most part with the occasional case of macroblocking - mainly in the early episodes (the color red was the main culprit) - nothing to reduce the enjoyment of the episode though. Subtitles were very good. Sentence structure was fairly sound, and everyone's name tended to stay the same across the series. If you enjoy CLAMP's material then you'll certainly enjoy this. While aimed at a younger audience it's still fully enjoyable to watch as an adult. The scene where Kero and 'Suppi' meet for the first time in the park is worth the price of the series alone. The packaging is very good - gatefolds with DVD clips. A few of the clips have trouble closing, but that may have been our copies. - mopey

Megumi's GuyOverall Rating (10.00)
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Excellent anime !!! One of the best. Not the butched mess they made of it here in the US. Subtitles are very good with only a bit of drop off in the last ten episodes. The video and sound are perfect. A must for any anime collection.

AyanimeOverall Rating (9.83)
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This story is about a young girl named Sakura Kinomoto, she discovers a magical book that contains 52 cards. Those cards are called Clow cards. Clow Reed was the original creator of the cards. So one day, Sakura stumbles upon the Clow book and accidently set all of the cards free, except for the Windy card. She awoke Cerberous, the guardian of the Clow, his nickname is Kero-chan. Anyway, he saw the magical abilities in Sakura and appointed her as the Cardcaptor. Half of the first season is all about Sakura's trying to capture all of the cards, Sakura also meets a rival for the cards and love for Yukito (Sakura's brother's best friend) His name is Shaoran Li, and he is the descendant of Clow Reed. The story develops from that point. The covers of DVD cases are gorgeous. The DVDs are also held in folder cases. The subtitles are better in first season but in second season, subtitles stumbles a little bit. The video quality is just... stunning. The art in this anime is a complete original by Clamp. Character design is just simply wonderful. Clamp did a great job with this one. Although I wished that we could have seen Sakura and everyone else all grown up, like in the manga. Otherwise, the story is completed in the two movies. Buy them as well! Have a great time watching this anime because it's a enjoyable experience. It's perfect. Period.

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