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Jul 22, 2020
Holy hot damn, it's over. I never thought I would review this, and now that I have the chance to, I'm grappling for words. What a ride this story was, from start to finish, and it's bittersweet to know that such a staple in the manga universe has come to an end. I guess I'm gonna block this out by category and see if I can get a decent review out of that method because, otherwise, I'm at a loss for words.

The art style in Haikyuu!! is so special. I haven't read much manga, but even I can tell that the way Haikyuu!! was drawn read more
May 29, 2020
RIN AND IKUYA MET!

That is probably the best thing to come out of this film, if I'm honest, but only because we were deprived of it in the main story. So, like... I wouldn't call this a summary? I mean, it totally is a summary because there's probably about 45 minutes of recap or so (maybe less, I didn't check), but there are SO many new scenes-- way more than the first two recap films. Before I get into the new stuff, though, just know that they replaced some of the music that plays over certain scenes with different OSTs and some of those scenes read more
May 17, 2020
This may be the most pleasantly surprising anime I've ever seen. I was honestly and thoroughly satisfied while watching this, and I don't know if I'm going to be able to explain why, but just know that whatever low expectations you have for IDOLiSH7, it's better than that.

So the art. Not to brag on this anime and then immediately bring up a complaint, but the backgrounds weren't the most enticing thing in the world. Most of them, even if they had a lot of color, were a bit bland looking. I say that, though, so I can bring up the fact that I seriously loved read more
May 11, 2020
This was funny, this was satirical, and the ending actually kinda choked me up a little bit. I think the idea of having a series that takes the piss out of anime cliches is absolutely genius. I loved the format of using multiple shorts in an episode as well rather than an entire episode focusing on one set of characters. I felt like this anime was able to entertain me in a really unique and clever way by letting itself be strange and chaotic.

The only reason I give this anime an eight instead of a nine or ten is because it isn’t something I read more
May 4, 2020
On my second rewatch of this series, I figured it'd be a nice time to watch this OVA as it's kind of a sequel to Ace of Diamond? MAL doesn't say so, but I say so, so here I am reviewing it.

So, the first episode is material we don't get from Ace of Diamond or Act II, so I enjoyed it a lot. The off-season is something I didn't really think we'd ever get to see in the main series, so I'm glad that this episode showed us what it's like and how it shaped the characters going forward. In that vein, you get read more
May 2, 2020
I don’t feel like there’s a whole heck of a lot to review, so I’m gonna keep this concise and try to list everything I liked and everything that I felt was underwhelming. I gotta be honest, I think the best part of this film was simply the relationship between Puck and Emilia getting developed. Seeing, not only how they met, but what they meant to each other was a nice backup for what we get in the main series. The art was also, of course, gorgeous. The fire effects, especially, blew me away. I’ve always thought this anime had some beautiful art elements, though.

The read more
Apr 22, 2020
I'm caught between two thoughts that are conflicting right now, so I'll just take you through both.

These three shorts weren't entirely necessary? As far as the content of the shorts themselves, I feel like we got the gist of it from the main film. It does show the stuff that fills the time between when we meet Naomi in the recorded world and when his older self appears, but a lot of it was just extra stuff and not really anything that added to the story. That's my first thought.

My second thought is WHY WASN'T THIS PUT IN THE ACTUAL MOVIE?! Yes, the content read more
Apr 22, 2020
I must've been tripping on acid for the last half of this movie because what the hell was *that*? It's such a shame that the concept wasn't thought out entirely, or at least, not explained correctly; what I saw in the first half was really promising, so I guess I got my hopes up.

Okay, well, first I'll start with art and sound because those two things are the only things I can talk about with any degree of ease. The sound was alright; I mean, I'm not the biggest fan of just using songs over scores as background music for big moments, but the music read more
Apr 11, 2020
Damn, it's almost like all the vague parts of the story that confused me in the third season were answered in this film. It's almost like I should've been patient and waited for this to come out. For real, though, this film filled in a lot of blanks that were left in the third season, which has left me very happy.

Before getting into that, though, I wanna talk sound and art. So, with Psycho-Pass, I don't pay attention to the sound that much. However, I did notice during this film that there were quite a few areas that either the music or the sound effects read more
Apr 4, 2020
You know when an entire season feels like it's just a setup season, but then the finale makes you so hype about everything related to that anime that you kinda forget the slight blandness of the rest? That's what happened here.

So, yes, this season of Boku no Hero wasn't my favorite thing in the world, I have to say. The stories that we got out of this season, if I'm honest, felt a little bit too disconnected from everything else that we've seen so far. Don't get me wrong, I understand that, in the future, it'll be important that we saw what we did read more