Afc First Looks-Spring Anime Season 2013 (Mushibugyou)


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Hello and greetings fellow otaku,

Well the college basketball season is coming to an end and baseball season started today, so it is time to take a look at some of the really great shows that are going to be hitting our computer screens and Roku boxes in the coming months. So through this week, I am going to highlight some of the series that might just be worth your time. I know they will be for me.

So lets begin our look at the spring anime season by looking at a series that takes place in 17th century Japan in which big brother plays a major role in everyday life in the series called Mushibugyou.

So what is this series about you ask? Well the series revolves around the Edo Era in Japan in the 1700’s in which the government requests black boxes installed to have the commoners submit there thoughts. However a new magistrate known as the Mushibugyou is created to protect the citizens from harm.

Why You Should Watch

So why should you watch this series, well for one reason it is a series revolving the Edo period and with a cast of characters with different fighting styles, what else is there to mention. Well Ok , I know that it’s not much to go on but I predict after watching one episode of this series you will be hooked.

Now keep in mind that this is only one series that we will be highlighting this week, there is plenty more to come so stay with AFC for more. So until next time, remember that there is a ton of great anime and manga out there. All you have to do is find it. Ltrs.

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