Hard to believe that it's finishing so soon, but here we are: the last two episodes from Buso Renkin! All our questions from last week's cliffhanger will be answered! Will Kazuki ever return, and regain his humanity? Will he and Tokiko find happiness together at last? And will Papillon ever put on clothing that's a bit more, er, subdued? It's been a crazy, action-packed, funny ride with Buso Renkin, and today it ends with a bang! Tune in at the Buso Renkin page!
Episode 25: No One Could Ever Take His Place
Following Kazuki and Victor’s disappearance into the heavens, peace returns, and time passes. Everyone who knew Kazuki feels his loss. Unable to accept reality, Tokiko spends her days in idleness.
Episode 26: Period
Papillon shows Tokiko the new white kakugane he has forged for the sole purpose of reverting Kazuki back to a human being. Then, from the moon above a golden burst of light shines through the night sky. It is the shining of Kazuki’s Sunlight Heart!
Sometimes you only learn when you're dragged right to the brink of defeat -- and Viper gets his chance to learn in this week's episodes of The Prince of Tennis. When a reluctant Viper gets paired up with Momo against a tricky St. Rudolph doubles team, tempers fly and the temperature gets high! Will the less-than-dynamic-duo figure out a way to work together in time to save the match, or will they end up coming to blows first? Let's root for Team Harmony and catch the latest episodes over in the Prince of Tennis section!
Episode 29: Momo and Viper
Momo and Kaido are assigned to play doubles by Coach in the next match, but their stormy rivalry just might get in the way—or could it work to their advantage?
Episode 30: Mizuki's Scenario
The intense doubles match goes long, and Kaido finds that his snake is ineffective against the St. Rudolph duo. The pressure pushes Kaido to the brink and a new move is unleashed.
The Forbidden Jutsu arc continues in this week's new episode of Naruto Shippuden, and the race is on as Naruto and Utakata try to catch up to Hotaru before Shiranami, the leader of the bandits, unseals Hotaru's hidden jutsu. What would a Naruto story be without a suspenseful race against time, and a little help from your friends -- this time, the help comes from the New Team Kakashi! Check out the new episode (and all previous episodes) in the Naruto Shippuden section.
Episode 149: Separation
Believing Shiranami’s story, Hotaru writes a parting letter addressed to Utakata and leaves Mount Katsuragi. Meanwhile Naruto, still searching for Shiranami, falls into the Magaki Troops’ trap but manages to escape thanks to help from Utakata.
Is there instant replay in Go? Who needs it when you have master Go player Ogata to give you the detailed blow-by-blow of what happened? In this week's fresh episodes of Hikaru no Go, the Young Lions Tournament reaches a surprising conclusion, and a Go standout from college decides to warm up for the Pro Exam -- too bad that he ends up playing against Hikaru and Sai as the warm-up! Talk about a confidence-breaker... And you have to feel for Ogata when he worries about whether he wrote down the correct sealed move! Kind of like wondering if you left the oven on or not at home!
Watch these episodes on the Hikaru no Go page.
Episode 29: Kuwabara Hon'inbo
As the Young Lions Tournament winds down, Hikaru loses his match to Murakami 2 –Dan. Anxious to know about how the entire match progressed, Akira presses Ogata Sensei, one of the spectators at the tournament, for answers…
Episode 30: Ogata vs. the Hon'inbo
In the lobby of the Go Association building, Kadowaki, a top College player, is looking to brush up on his game before taking the Pro Exam. Enter Hikaru, who with Sai’s help, teaches this amateur how the game of Go is truly played…
What happens when you match genius against perfection? We're about to find out in the latest volume of the Prince of Tennis manga (vol. 36), now in stores. The semifinals of the National Tournament are on, with Seishun pitted against powerhouse team Shitenhoji. Seishun's resident "genius" Shusuke is up against the Shitenhoji captain, Kuranosuke Shiraishi, who is rumored to play "perfect tennis," a game with no flaws. When you have players that are evenly matched, it might take a little extra heart and guts to win the day... but will the ever-even-keeled Shusuke ramp it up in time?
You can pick up The Prince of Tennis vol. 36 at the VIZ store, along with other Prince of Tennis manga and DVDs. And of course, you can watch the anime series here on vizanime.com.
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