Wed, 11 Jan 2012 17:45:00 GMT

The New Adventures of Kimba the White Lion

This is the second anime adaptation of Osamu Tezuka's saga, depicting the law of the jungle and the relationship between humans and animals. The main hero Kimba is called Leo in his origin country.


Episode 16: White beast

“You are not who you used to be.” Shocked to hear the Liya’s word, he headed to Liya’s village. Then, a group of poachesr attacked the village and abducted Ryona. Chaseing poacher’s helicopter, Leo and Liya found out their camp and rescued captured Ryona from the cage. Leo, himself, became a decoy to let Liya and Ryona get away, but Ryona was shot by a tranquilizing gun and fell down. Furious Leo shot down the helicopter and jumped on the injured pilot.

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