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Jing - King of the Bandits - The Complete Collection (2005)

1 rating: 3.0
A movie directed by Hiroshi Watanabe

Based on Yuchi Kumakura's popular manga character Odorobou Jing, the self-proclaimed King of the Bandits is a sort of pubescent Robin Hood. He wanders from place to place, picking up treasure and nonchalantly aiding people in distress. He breaks the … see full wiki

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Director: Hiroshi Watanabe
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It Could Have Been A Five Star Series

  • Apr 28, 2006
The concept of Jing- King of bandits alone is five stars. He's a guy with the swagger of a well-experienced man in the world of stealing but he's a teen. The mere thought of his name in a town make owners of valuable objects pack extra security. Jing doesn't always go after stuff that's worth money sometimes it will be priceless but he's a cool kid and sees it for it's beauty and not it's worth. This is no doubt a hot series but what's the problem with it? Well for one almost everything is a little too easy for Jing.

Even though he's the king of bandits it would be nice to see him have to work a little harder instead of him just showing up at the site and using his trusty sidekick Kir to blast away the enemies with one shot. It's almost as if it's a kids series at times. Then there's the problem with a few episodes that are just plain stupid and pointless and take you nowhere in the story. Even with the flaws I pointed out Jing is still amazing. The animation is fantastic and the story is pretty good but I watched it mostly to see what Jing was going up against. It's a good series but not a great one and it needs some work but it's still very entertaining.

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