KIBA Series

Google · Zerochan

Tagged under Madhouse, Series.

Zed is a 15-year-old boy who lives in Calm. He is frustrated by his current daily life and feels that somewhere out there is a place where he can live more fully. One day, at the invitation of a mysterious wind, Zedd dives into a space-time crevasse, seeking the "answer" that might be there. Riding on the wind, he arrives in a world where warriors called "Shard Casters" fight endlessly with each other, using magical crystals called "Shards". With the power of the Shards, the Shard Casters are able to use magic and control monsters called "Spirits". Fascinated by that power, Zedd also aims to become a Shard Caster. However, he still doesn't know that residing in his body is "Amil Gaul", a mighty Spirit with the power to influence the world's future.

KIBA Scans

More Scans »

More Scans »

CyanideBlizzard's KIBA Tv Review

Rated: 8

I think I love you Kiba, but I wanna know for sure. Well, after the 51 episode rollercoaster ride of a lifetime, I think I do know. I think I really like you a lot Kiba. We've had some great times together and experienced a lot of wonderful journeys too. You taught me a lot about your world and the characters in it. What's more, you taught me about life itself. Sometimes the ending we want may not be the ending that is deserved and the same could be said for you. I'll miss you while your gone. You stayed just long enough to where I felt after all was said and done, I wasn't glad to see you go, but I was glad that it didn't get dragged out longer than it should. You also took me on so many twists and turns.

Tagged under KIBA | comments | Read More »

Member Opinions

Valuna Valuna
8.75

One of those anime you have never heard about but it's definitely worth a try. The story takes place in a fantasy world, a city where there is no wind. Two boys fight for their freedom, one of the boys called Zed always looks for trouble while his best friend Noah is stuggling with his crippled body. Both of them are drawned to a different world, where they can find their freedom but aren't together. In a journey set to find one another, of friendship. Zed and Noah take off each their own path. That's about it as far as the story goes for starters. This anime really draws into a couple characters but mainly Zed. You would find the setting quite typical. The difference is that the way it's told is one of those "rare" things you see around. I personally find this one of the better anime you can possibly watch if you like some shounen adventure series that aren't too kiddy looking. Although, they don't show blood or anything which they could but I wouldn't say it's made for little children to watch.

riho88riho riho88riho
10.00

This is by far one of my favorite animes. It really does have basically all of it. The main guy is both kick ass but he isn't overly cocky and doesn't always win. He has a decent sense of justice but at the same time seeks freedom. He'll help almost anyone out that asks for his power, but he doesn't jump right into the affairs of others. All in all, Zed is just one of those guys that you wanna call a delinquent but he's just misunderstood at times and other times he does what he thinks right. The supporting characters all go through their own changes and developments as well, from the best friend Noa to Zed's mother. The types of characters have a large range as well to those who you have to just say are messed up in the head to mentally weak as shit to the blood thirsty killers to the confused and lost innocents to the overly just to the morally confused, this series basically has it all.

For the most part, it's a serious series but you'll find yourself laughing at times, frustrated, moved, even cry once or twice.

The actual story and plot is very well done and in depth. There are few questions that don't get answered and the ones that aren't usually are the questions you wouldn't think of anyway. The fight and battles are often very unique and don't rely just on the spirits for the action. If anything, it focuses far more on the individuals. By spirits I basically mean that this series is a very well done and mature pokemon series. (Don't let that drive you away, it just best explains the spirits). Unlike pokemon, the spirits don't have named attacks that the user calls out, instead they move and fight basically of their own will while their masters battle it out with swords.

There is so much to this series that I still wonder how it was so easily overlooked. Kiba is basically suitable for everyone in some way or form. Heck, even those that like dark pasts and depression will find that at times in this series. It has everything and therefor is for everyone. Give it a shot, and if you find you don't like it, I'll be surprised.

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read more.