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12 of 12 episodes seen
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One Liner: No story and thats all. read more
12 of 12 episodes seen
Character Development: None
Overall: Crappy piece of shit 4/10
NOTE: Its not a harem, nothing like what you expect out of harem. If you wanna kill yourself and cannot find inspiration, this anime will help.
25 of 25 episodes seen
Coming to the actual review. The core concept is a good one as is to divine revelation which can make man God. Now how the story develops around it is the anime. Obviously from the title you can guess its in the form of puzzles. People have to slove puzzles to get closer to this divine power.
If the plot of the series is revealed in the first few episodes, its interest should be carried in some form till the ending with a good ending. This anime completely fails at it. Not only does it fail to deliver anything interesting, it fails to do even a medicore job and has one of the most crappiest endings ever seen.
The antagonist is in some form of love with our hero, and keeps chanting his name watching him on a big screen which makes you sure he is gay and that is how the theme is carried.
When the hero activates his sort of magical power, do you remember the old atari/nintendo 2D game console 8 bit music, such crappy music plays. Honestly its a failure in every aspect, character, character development, art, sound.
Character Development: 3
Overall: 5 read more
26 of 26 episodes seen
The series goes on to show how the child misses her mother and how Kippi does his best to be always there for her and even tries his best to become somewhat like a substitute mother. Its quite nicely shown how he becomes jealous like a protective father when she becomes good friends with a boy in her preschool.
The story progresses very nicely showing how he manages with a kid, his school and how the kid slowly changes him and how he tries his best to understand people.
I felt the anime is very nice when compared to the manga where I didn't like the ending (the reason why Yuzuyu's mother returns, its quite selfish in my terms).
As far as the anime is concerned
Overall: 9/10 read more
20 of 24 episodes seen
The main character Itsuki Iba inherits the Rental Magica after his father disappears. Now as any story would have, there is a girl with past connected to him and of course likes him, there is another girl who likes him. All different magic concepts and mythologies are randomly thrown in between. Nothing is properly explained. They just randomly throw in magic terms, rituals; try to compare different magic and what not. Which is more powerful? Celtic Magic (Druids and stuff, like in Asterix and Obelix) or Solomon Magic (Hebrew). Now throw in a random sample of Buddhism, Shinto, Chinese and every crap.
Now coming to the story, it’s actually a good story, but presented pathetically and nothing is explained. The art could have been a lot better considering when it was made. Sound is pathetic. When the hero (a quite crappy sissy hero) reveals his power a crappy music comes. Do you remember the old Sega game console sounds when people were mad about 2D games. A similar music plays "tu ru du ru" and then another lame music plays afterwards. Suddenly the hero who was more like "Don't come near me or my pants will get wet" becomes some God of War. Its quite remarkably stupid. They did a very good job at it. Honestly if presented nicely and a explained a bit more and reduced the number of magic concepts introduced (Its should be an anime to enjoy, not to throw any random magic concepts and you don't understand and then spend an hour searching and trying to understand what that 20 minute episode meant). Character line story is good though it could have done a lot better.
On a whole I give it 6.
9 of 9 episodes seen
Definitely not for kids who want to see robots fight or some magic fairy casting happiness all over.
Warning Spoiler Alert:
Its a very plain anime where a girl aspiring to become a voice actress comes to live with a guy working in a confectionery company. Both start to get used to each other understand each other, and also have little fights. In all they are unable to understand their own feelings. When Aka rises in her positions her schedule becomes busy and doesn't spend much time at home and the guy snaps one time. But later when they meet unexpected in a bar, both with their respective office mates, they come to understand each others difficulties in work lives. She waits for him outside the bar for him. Both of them hug and finally the guy confesses to her and both of them go to their home.
Very nice anime, no ecchi comedy, just plain, nice and heartwarming. The story is great.
The art is not bad but could have been a lot better. Looking at the release date, it could have been better.
The sound needs a lot of improvement. Accepted that this is a plain anime, still when they are having time alone some nice background music could have been added.
The characters are well made. Aka is not like a supermodel or anything, but a above average cute girl. Matsumaru is just an average guy. No one is out of the world special.
One can definitely enjoy it even though its very plain, because the series itself is very small, with 12 minute episodes.
I give it 9 mainly because of the Story and the Characters. Story is very good and the characters are very well made. read more
13 of 13 episodes seen
The government finds about them and they are captured when still young and kept under a special organization, where they are experimented upon, more to say tortured. Lucy one of the most feared of them escaped the facility, more like coolly walks out of it killing everyone in her way. She is hit by a high caliber rifle, before falling into the sea. The bullet grazes her head and she ends up at a beach with no memory of who she is, even doesn't remember how to speak. She is found by two teenagers, Kouta and Yuka, who take care of her.
What does the organization do to get her back, why do they need her so bad, why are Diclonius so special, what special connection does Lucy have with Kouta, will Lucy's inner personality ever wake up again, all these questions make this a great anime. One worth to be seen in a single day (I did so).
Great opening and ending, just love them.
A must watch. read more
2 of 2 episodes seen
The main character Santa (the boy) thinks he is unfortunate and that no one, even his parents do not like him. Mai makes him realize that he has been clinging to things that are not really sad in any way.
Later follows some romance. You must consider it romance, but nothing romantic is actually there. Later the story follows how she confesses her love to Santa when she has to leave him.
The story is absurd when it comes to Santa's parents. They don't a single day out of 365 to see their son, how much ever social service they may do, thats just totally ridiculous. I don't call it a great anime and give it 6/10, a time killer of you ask me. read more
3 of 3 episodes seen
The main protagonist Reiott Steingberg (Leiott Steingberg in some dubs), is a character well built as per the story's current situation and very little reference to his background/childhood. The main story is about the work of the protagonist as a tactical sorcerist (people who are qualified to take down demons).
Along with magic came a problem to the human world, people who used magic too much became demons. Tactical sorcerists take down these demons again using magic.
Every episode ends with a spiritual touch whether its right to kill another person/demon just because people say its right or good for them. Doesn't it make the person who kills, even though a good person in others eyes, a sinner. So what does a sinner need, how should a sinner be judged.
The action scenes are very nice. A very nice watch, and I definitely recommend it. I give it a 8/10. The main reason for giving it an 8 is because of very little reference to the background of the protagonist which is the reason for his current behavior. read more