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Great Battles! Great Charictors! Great Plot! Great Fun!

  • Jun 25, 2000
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The title says it all, this is one of the greatest DVD's of Monkey Magic you could get. Everything about it is top-rate! Plus forget Titen A.E., this is real 2D/3D animation. Get it. I'm sure you won't be sorry.

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review by . June 30, 2000
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Although the first 2 episodes were a little slow, the next 2 made up for that! Seeing Kongo battle with Refang was worth the price of admittion. This is a movie any Monkey Magic fan should own. This truly is a GREAT anime and I hope we see more of it soon.
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Kongo organizes a special team of monkey commandos to intercept the Celestial Heavens' warships. Capturing one of the ships, Kongo begins his attack upon the fleet. In the Celestial Heavens, the Prime Minister proposes an idea: "Appease Kongo be giving him a job in the Celestial Heavens!" While Kongo accepts this honor, he later finds out that his job is the lowest ranking one in all of Celestial Heavens. Furious, Kongo demands the Prime Minister's job! Facing one of the strongest warriors in all of the Celestial Heavens, Kong must defeat him in order to realize his wish. Will Kongo overcome this newest opponent?! Episodes 6-9.
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Screen Writer: Ch'eng-En Wu
DVD Release Date: July 27, 1999
Runtime: 88 minutes
Studio: Bandai
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