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Aug 31, 2008
Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase (Anime) add
46 of 57 people found this review helpful
This series is for those who prefer their vampires to be cute as kittens more often than they are dark and brooding. The mood of the series, like Hazuki's personalities, tend to alternate between the two, although it generally works better when emphasizing the moe aspects, which it does a lot. That said, people with an aversion to cat-eared girls and little-sister types are advised to stay far away.

The plot tends to switch between stretches of seriousness and levity: the first two episodes deal with Hazuki meeting Kohei and escaping the castle, then settling into a silly daily routine before dealing with more villains a read more
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Aug 27, 2008
Mahou Sensei Negima! (Anime) add
13 of 26 people found this review helpful
Watch episode 19, then pretend the rest of the series doesn't exist. Rarely does the series succeed in rising above the mark of generic in any aspect, more often taking advantage of being an adaptation of a work by Ken Akamatsu and assuming fans will mindlessly race to hand over money (which they did).

Many fans laud the anime for originality because it features a harem surrounding a preteen teacher who happens to be a wizard. However, the magical aspect is used only infrequently, as are the child-teacher jokes. The preteen harem lead aspect is used fairly often, but is of limited improvement over the typical read more
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Aug 25, 2008
Bakuretsu Tenshi (Anime) add
3 of 8 people found this review helpful
A spaghetti western set in not quite post-apocalyptic Tokyo might be the easiest way to describe Burst Angel. The ideas of an outlaw gunslinger and the authorities' reliance on firearms to deal with criminals fit the genre well, and the series contains numerous homages, such as the design and name of the mech Jango, the episode titles, and the music used in the series.

A person's enjoyment of Burst Angel depends on what one thinks of girls in revealing clothing fighting freakish monsters with glowing brains and rampaging giant robots. If such things are to your liking, the series will surely please. However, if you read more
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