Samurai Champloo, the series ends, and Neil Gaiman’s A Short Film about John Bolton, reviews

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It comes to an end. The sunflower samurai is found, the boys are free for their showdown. Unlike so many classic samurai pictures, I am happy to say our heros and heroine are still living at the end. They met some worthy opponents through the series, ate a lot of food, and faced their pasts. I enjoyed this series a lot and will rate it 4.5/5 acorns.

John Bolton granted Neil Gaiman an opportunity to film him creating his fantastic vampire paintings. Neil Gaiman had a lot to do with Mirrormask, Stardust, Neverwhere and a lot of comics. John Bolton, not to be mixed up with Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security in the Bush administration or UN Representative, is an English fantasy artist of comics, RPG and other media. From this small view, either John Bolton is a bit odd, or he is a great jokester. They are both English, so who knows?  It was rather slow.  I will give it 2/5 acorns.

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