Akatora ("Red tiger"), the oldest of the three, is killed in the final battle; he sacrificed himself to take out Akakabuto's left eye, leaving the bear totally blind. Originally, his intentions in this attack were simply to save the life of Ben.
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I remember seeing first 8 episodes on VHS back when I was a kid in 90's. Then about 4 years ago I happen to have an opportunity to see whole series - out of sentiment I did watch whole thing, and I don't regret it a bit, great anime I even saw it's continuation ( Ginga Densetsu Weed ), it was cool as well although in both cases I've seen it in original version only with english subs - learned few japaneese words in the process xD
What a story of you and your love of Silver Fang. BEST anime ever!
I'm a new fan of Ginga Nagareboshi Gin. All thanks to all the 4 Silver Fang video films in Norwegian dub on YouTube. I have never experienced Silver Fang before and have never ever heard of it and seen it once. That suddenly discovered and love it since last year. Fantastic and tough anime series. I have not even read the manga. As I said I am a NEW fan. Very tough. Very dramatic. Very exciting. With proper some much shocking scenes that will really fearful joy. Awesome!
True, I'm not into manga or anime in general - sure have seen few anime like Hellsing, FMA or even Dragon ball, but in general I don't hold that much of sentiment to those shows - in contadiction to Silver Fang, I agree with everything you said, it's an well executed story, although I don't know how much it differs from manga it was based on - never read it. After seeing Silver Fang I recommend you to watch Legend Weed - it's a continuation of Silver Fang, this time focusing on his son Weed. Although it occurs in many years after Silver Fang it includes many familiar characters. Besides that, show is very dramatic and dynamic as well - it's been made around 1999 or 2000 so animation is pretty sleek and appealing
Not in general. But some of the Japan stuff has been great and so popular. My very first anime experience started with the 1990 anime series of Moomin. And so came Pokemon and Digimon. I played also some of the Pokemon games on Game Boy. But I'm not a fan and freak of Pokemon. So I have forgot all the Pokemon in the last years, but only good memories I really have of the anime series (most the old seasons) and 4 of the movies. And now is Studio Ghibli and Miyazaki been such a fantastic breakthrough ever in animation from Japan to worldwide.
It really have some trivias and differences from the manga and the anime. That we all can understand on the GNG sites.
I have been seen the Ginga Densetsu Weed, but I never ever like it. It is too hardly violent and too much bloody, and it's not for me. It is so sometimes scaring the hell out of me. I have seen 6 first episodes and the finale episode. That's it. GDW is not so very important for me ever. Does'nt matter to me.
It had some contrasts of the scenes and happenings around the series and the characters in this story. Poor those dogs gets dead and killed. Poor Weed's mother dies of illness and then Smith had lost his right paw and then dies of the attack of the horrible monster.
Big differences of the famous concepts I see and explore. As I always do.
Moomins, yeah I remember this - it was probably the first piece of japaneese animation I've seen as well, next to such as Tiger Mask, Gigi (Dashu Kappei), Tosho Daimos - now it's all coming back to me - my childhood xD
Oh yeah, studio Ghibili makes some amazing movies, even today, but it's hard to forget classics like My Neighbor Totoro and such, I like to watch their movies even nowadays
As for Weed, well I see. I there is some truth to what you say, personally I didn't mind those aspects, although I totally understand your point of view, of course Silver Fang will always be my fav