GeGeGe no Kitaro

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  • 7 out of 9 people found this review helpful:
    I...... I Like it!!!!
    I'm a pretty big fan of any show that has Yokai, and the 60's manga for this series is what popularised yokai in the first place. I've know about previous adaptations for GGGnK, but this adaptation is the first I've seen. I went into it pretty open minded, and was pleasantly surprised. I'd recommend this to just about anyone, and will personally introduce this to some younger upcoming anime ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    GeGeGe no Kitaro is Great
    I'm so happy to see this on Crunchyroll. To understand the importance of the series you need a short history lesson. This is the 6th release of GeGeGe no Kitaro and the first official appearance outside japan since it's first anime debut in 1968 with a new release each decade. GeGeGe no Kitaro was notable for first bringing yokai to the public spotlight, something that was not previously not well ...
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Very unique yokai/exorcism anime
    This story seems like it's going to follow a similar plot to a lot of other "vanquishing demons" anime series but it's presented in a different way. The tone is very quirky and hmmm...what's the word I'm looking for...weird?

    Definitely worth watching but might not appeal to some.
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  • A little gem in the rough
    This has been great so far. Not a fan of the art style (character style?) but it works well with the story and it has grown on me. Solid paranormal anime. I've watched a lot and this one stands out just as yu yu hakusho did. Plus the main characters for both have a similar move which had to have been done on purpose. Good clean family fun hahaha
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  • It’s Not Just for Kids
    My Japanese’s co-worker commented, when he heard me humming the Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro theme song, that he was fascinated that I was watching a kids show. Judging by his surprise I am guessing that he didn’t think it was a show an adult could enjoy. Indeed I think he considered the show to be childish.
    This is the six [wow] iteration of Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro, I am not sure if the previous instalments ...
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  • Give the showna try, its pretty nice :D
    Wasn’t interested for a while, but i gave it a try and its pretty good!! I started watching it when it had around ten episodes but i wish i started at the begining of the season, but theres a bunch of good anime series this season. Would recommend great anime.
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  • This anime is kawaii
    So far so good! This reboot got me into the GeGeGe no Kitaro series and this is one of the best animated one out of all the series in my opinion. You don't have to watch the older series to understand it. This season manages to bring in new fans while pleasing the older fans who know some or all of the previous seasons/movies.
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  • 1 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Youkai versus Youkai
    GeGeGe no Kitaro is now the sixth anime incarnation of the manga that began in 1960. Our protagonist Kitaro is a human/youkai halfbreed who is the last surviving member of the Ghost Tribe, and he strives to protect human and youkai from each other. He is usually contacted through a "youkai" mailbox by people seeking aid against the supernatural machinations of various youkai, and has help ...
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  • 2 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    A youkai comic, it looks like it will be good as a classic humor anime
    This is the latest anime of this popular manga. Bright colors, everyone looks like their comic counterpart. GiGi no Kitaro sees Yokai and he's called when people start turning into trees. Kitaro is accompanied by Medama Oyaji who is an anthropomorphic eyeball and the spirit of Kitaro's father. Mana Inuyama calls him for help and she is surprised when he shows up, she doesn't believe in Yokai. ...
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