COMIC A7 Review - Wild Cardz

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    Wild Cardz (Crown Knights - Jaja Uma Quartet)
    BMG Video, 1997
    U.S. Manga Corps., 1999
    Rated 13-Up for violence, slight nudity and strong language.

    by areaseven (

    Introducing the Crown Knights - Sunday Spades, Jo Diamonds, Casa Clubs and Coco Hearts.

    Story: D
    With only two episodes in the series, Wild Cardz fails in both plot and character development. Too bad, since this anime had a lot of potential.

    Animation: B+
    Lots of cool artwork and pretty colors aren't enough to save this title.

    Soundtrack: C
    BGM sounds too generic.

    Sub vs. Dub
    Wild Cardz features Yuko Miyamura (Asuka in Neon Genesis Evangelion as Jo, Yoko Asada (Arisa in Serial Experiments Lain) as Casa, Momo Yonezawa as Coco, Yuka Imai (Otaru in Saber Marionette J/J Again/J to X) as Sunday, Yuji Ueda (Houjou-kun in Inu-Yasha, Daley Wong in Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040) as Francasso, Masako Katsuki (Deunan in Appleseed, Emeraldas in Harlock Saga) as Aiya, Noboyuki Hiyama (Yushiro in Gasaraki, Hiei in Yuu-Yuu Hakusho) as Chee, and Tomoyuki Morikawa as Red Lobster.

    I didn't bother to check out the English dub, as I know it's gonna suck.

    DVD Extras: C
    Character intros and trailers. That's all. Just like other U.S. Manga Corps. titles, you need a DVD-ROM drive to access the gallery and script.

    The Bottom Line
    Don't bother with Wild Cardz. There are other anime titles that are funnier and have better stories.

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