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7 hours ago
Angel Beats! (Anime) add
Let me start off by saying that as much as I love this anime (not love it as a masterpiece, more that I love it as a fun and exciting anime), I will try my best to make an unbiased opinion...and try not to cry.

From worst to best, here are my thoughts on Angel Beats:

Story and Characters:
I'll be completely honest; this is the reason I don't consider Angel Beats! an outstanding anime above others. The story is pretty basic at the start, but really they try to throw a lot of stuff into the mix to either progress the plot a little bit or just read more
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8 hours ago
Kuroshitsuji (Manga) add
Assumptions and first impressions are rather difficult to deal with. The biggest roadblock that I can think of for any series would be what I make of it when I see the title and the cover. So, you can only imagine that I wasn't all THAT interested in reading Black Butler. I actually remember going to the library and I saw the first volume of Black Butler on the shelf. My overall first impressions/assumptions went a bit like the quote below.

"Oh what is this? The life and times of some punk noble living in the Victorian Era and the exploits of his oh-so-perfect butler? BORING."

Yeah... read more
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8 hours ago
Hataraku Maou-sama! (Anime) add
Hataraku Maou-sama, or The Devil is a Part-Timer (whichever you prefer), is one of the best comedy anime I've seen so far. Original story, funny characters, and a very enjoyable anime overall.

Story: 10/10
Maou-sama is about a demon overlord (King Satan) who ends up on Earth together with his servant Alsiel. They soon realize they can't use magic in this world, but need to acquire money. Therefore, King Satan starts working at MgRonalds and Alsiel turns into a housewife. However, they are not the only ones who arrived to Earth. The hero Emilia, sworn to kill Satan (or now, Sadao Maou), arrives to finish her read more
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When the Sora no Otoshimono manga finally ended about half a year ago, I was honestly amazed. Why? Because the ending was absolutely beautiful! Given that this is an ecchi story, the amount of emotional impact the manga conclusion had is still unmatched to me for its genre. Now as a result I was of course very much so looking forward to seeing this finale closing out the anime series as well.

Now that I've seen it however... let's just say that this "Final" movie doesn't do the manga justice. At all.

Assuming you've seen all the prior seasons of Sora no Otoshimono before watching this, you read more
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9 hours ago
Itazura na Kiss (Anime) add
This amazing anime was aired almost 6 years ago and here I am, in the year 2014, still being stunned by how amazing it really was. The amount of emotions and character development just doesnt stop. There is hardly any cliff hangers which forces you to watch the next episode, no no no my friend, I continued watching purely because I just wanted more. Now, onto the review

Many viewers would probably judge this anime by its cover; a typical Shoujo and predictable. In a way, it kinda does, nevertheless, the story remained pure and innocent from start to finish. The concept of growing read more
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9 hours ago
Sword Art Online (Anime) add
Sword Art Online is one of the most popular anime ever. This show has a important repercusion in the industry because after it was finished other appear like Log Horizon. Why? I hope you can see in my rewier.

Story (10)
The premise is innove in the anime, the show take place in a videogame, which is impossible scape is they dont win the game. Then an amazing and dramatic story start.
Sword art online is really good show the problems and trobbles of the character and they esfort for continue their live in SAO. this anime hava a romance really good and realistic.
Really i like the read more
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10 hours ago
Steins;Gate (Anime) add
Story: The story is what makes this anime really worth watching. It's complex, but not confusingly so, and manages to keep itself within its own time travel rules (which many shows and films don't manage to do). It'll keep you guessing as to where it goes and has quite a few twists. Although I guessed a couple ahead of time, it didn't lessen how cool they were.

Art: The art is good and consistent, and isn't as over-the-top or in your face as other anime might be.

Sound: Nothing about the sound of the series stood out to me.

Characters: Okabe is a great lead read more
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Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is a very long-running franchise; it's been around for well over 2 decades. However to me the biggest challenge in getting into the series is not necessarily its length, but how long it takes for it to get legitimately good.

Make no mistake; the first three parts are entertaining in their own ways, however they are noticeably dated and lackluster in characterization and storytelling nowadays. While experiencing the first 3 parts, I was entertained certainly, but I wasn't that emotionally invested.

Then comes part 4 and it actually manages to catch me by surprise at how much better the writing becomes.

Part 4 takes place read more
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10 hours ago
Kill la Kill (Anime) add
Many times it happens that after watching a fantastic season one of some anime, you're super hyped for S2, but then either your expectations were simply too high or the producers wanted to milk the last bit of money out of the story and jinxed it completely, only very rarely you get what you expect to get.

Therefore you can't blame me for being "cautiously hyped" for Kill la Kill, Triggers first full length anime I had been looking forward to after greatly enjoying Inferno Cop.

So did they betray my (still very big) expectations?
No, not only did they did they meet them, they exceeded them by read more
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10 hours ago
Feng Shen Ji (Manga) add
These days, seinen, geared towards young adult men and older, are thought of as the mature, intelligent evolution from shounen. In turn, shounen are seen by some as mindless and flashy acts of violence and softcore eroticism meant to feed young boys’ growth in testosterone. Both vast opinions have flaws, just like any opinion born from the extremely flawed mind of a human, but the stereotypes of each genre are true in some way: shounen are indeed geared toward young boys and seinen are geared towards men who want a story with more mature themes. Having this in mind, the manhua Feng Shen Ji completely read more
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10 hours ago
Berserk (Anime) add
If you're a fan of Berserk, I want you to keep in mind that I DO happen to like the series. It's the anime adaptation that I have a problem with. If you're new to Berserk, I highly encourage you to read the manga instead for reasons I'll explain shortly.


You know... I like no-holds-barred, balls-to-the-wall action and I don't know anyone who doesn't. I also happen love stories of betrayal and revenge. Combine these two elements with a medieval setting and what you'll get is Berserk. So why then do I find myself grossly unsatisfied with this series? Well, it boils down to one simple read more
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11 hours ago
Another (Anime) add
Hello :3

So, for you who don't have a clue of what this anime is about, I'll give you a hint. Another is soooooo similar to Final Destination.

Another tells us about some kind of deadly curse(they called it a natural phenomena) that kills students(actually not just students) in Yomiyama North Middle School's third year's third class with some kind of pattern. That's all I can say. I really don't want to tell more of synopsis because all of it would be spoilers.

This anime follows two main characters, a boy who just transferred, and an isolated girl who is ignored by the whole class and considered to read more
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12 hours ago
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei (Anime) add
Mehouker Review:

21XX it is the magical century, a century in which magic has been advanced into extreme levels of power has become the Earths main source of power, research, finances, health (etc.) and because its a Light Novel Adaptation, highchools. We centre around two siblings, Tetsuya and Miyuki in a near incest relationship who are dealing with such current affairs, trying to adapt to the changes of there world and have Your typical high school light novel adaptation “Fun”.

Lets start of with one of the most popular opinions in the Anime Comunity, “Tetsuya” he is this amazing magician who can utterly achieve anything without looking read more
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Today, 8:38 AM
Goth (Manga) add
Have you ever thought you were different from your classmates?
Were your interests slightly on the weird side compared to those of others your age?

Goth is a manga about a boy and a girl that are exactly like that.
They're different from your usual teenager (as the synopsis tells you).

Short but creepy. If you're into horror and psychological themes this manga is a must read.
10/10 since I'm really into that kinda stuff.

In one word? Beautiful.
It draws out the charms of the heroine perfectly and makes you shudder with the storys creepy elements.
Just a very good fit for this kind of plot, therefore I'll also give the art read more
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Today, 8:01 AM
Noragami (Anime) add
When I went to watch this anime, I really was not expecting much. With my personal preference being action that doesn't take over the entire anime, I was pleasantly surprised and by the end I was begging for more. The characters are obviously flawed and imbalanced but I believe that is what makes them great. This is the type of Anime that needs more, I feel as though there are more stories to be explored with all of the great main characters, and also astounding background characters that could stand on their own. If you like a bit of action and comedy read more
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as the manga reader, im very sad about how the movie show all. there is some SPOILERS i think
(also if i write icarus or ikarus its the same)
story - 510
why? mostly becuse they filler all what happend. if you didnt know, mostly the movie is after s2 where chaos in the harem. the first 5 min show the end(few chapters before the end)
and they show icarus flashback. THAT DIDNT HAPPEND IN THE MANGA. 1 thing i can point out is:
the train part was nice and funny. and what happend in the end is half a filler (wont say why, if u want read the manga)

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To the ones who read the manga and were hoping for an anime adaption of it sorry this isn't it, the first 5 minutes showed tomoki being flown into synapse and then it turns into an ova or a flashback to do with the anime series for the rest of the movie, and it feels like a filler episode and when I say a filler episode I mean a filler episode, you may like it but when that first 5 minutes from the manga played for me I was happy then when the rest played I was pretty ticked off,

we all like anime read more
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Today, 6:41 AM
Btooom! (Anime) add
When I watch an anime...I never compare them too other anime or related games..... I only judge on what i can see and my own feeling towards the series

Although the title seems a bit...childish....the poster seems interesting(most of the fan i know choose anime base on cool

a beautiful girl and a cool hero...

The character designer did a very good job.....the characters are beautiful and cool..

the director and writer also did a wonderful job in introducing the characters and gist of the game....the action sequence is exciting.....and in my opinion the development of the hero and heroin romantic welll plan.... not read more
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Today, 6:36 AM
NHK ni Youkoso! (Anime) add
NHK ni Youkoso! is an anime, which successfully deals with a highly sensitive issue. You won't find that many shows dealing with the hikikomori condition, depression and the NEET phenomenon in detail while portraying the terrifying implications of these illnesses on the private lives of the suffering. Furthermore, it is highly unlikely that you will find many anime that actually manage to tell something disturbing and sad in a way that you can laugh about it and don't leave you grieving. This show is not about the tragedy behind this, but more about the coping strategies one must find for oneself to get out of read more
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Today, 6:15 AM
Hoozuki no Reitetsu (Anime) add
There aren’t many anime in the comedy genre that does well what Hoozuki no Reitetsu has done. That is delivering an amusing tale that parodies a mythology. And it is made even more interesting as it teaches you the history behind the mythologies portrayed in the show.

The show operates under the premise that the viewer has a basic gist of Japanese Hell, as well as other worlds such as European Hell and Chinese Heaven. It follows the character, Hoozuki, a very sadistic, no-nonsense-but-sometimes-I-want-my-own-fun, advisor to the King of Japanese Hell in a slap-stick and often subtle humor that takes a little thinking of the read more
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