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Jul 14, 2011
Gay romance in anime is something that one almost doesn’t want to see nowadays. Most anime features homosexuals in way that is degrading. They exist only as drag queen outcast villains for the heroes to defeat. Then you get into the animes which are based on gay romance, and these ones are even worse. If their purpose isn’t to exist as a poorly disguised pornography, most gay romance anime features two men who fall in love one day and are sleeping together the next. These men usually have ridiculous arguments about anything and everything insignificant, and their relationships are a roller coaster of confusion and read more
Jul 14, 2011
I had no idea what to expect when I first started watching this anime series. I don’t even remember why I watched it to begin with. However, by the end of the first episode I was hooked. The main character Lelouch is an exiled noble and high school student living as an average Britannian (one of society’s upper-class) in a conquered and annexed Japan. After attempting to help at a car accident he gets wrapped up in a heist led by Japanese rebels which ends in him being given a strange power by a mysterious girl named C-2. His power, called Geass, allows him to read more
Jan 11, 2009
Hellsing is a mixture of both action and horror with a little bit of drama to fill the gaps in between. The result is an entertaining show with the proper balance of genre that doesn’t become boring. The series follows the lives of various members of the Hellsing Organization, a secret British government agency tasked with killing vampires and their undead minions. Stylistically, the show is dark and gothic. Combined with a diverse, but not amazing, musical score, the mood of each episode is set well. There are several important characters, but the show revolves mainly around three.

First is Alucard. He is the role model read more
Jun 25, 2008
Warning: This review may contain significant plot spoilers and is really more intended for the thought and entertainment of those who have already watched the movie.

For a while now I've been hearing rave reviews about Hayao Miyazaki's films. He certainly has an impressive track record, having created the three most popular animated movies in Japan. Apparently his anime work is greeted with positive reception everywhere, for this movie was placed in Roger Ebert's own top ten favorite movies for 1999. It's about time I finally watched it for myself, but it's left me with a strange aftertaste, and I'll tell you why.

The movie opens with read more