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Feb 20, 2013
This is by far 1 of if not the most bizarre manga I have read, as far as the designs go.

The story is about a group of girls who can jump to different universes using these santa look a like hats. They must only wear them when they are on duty. Their purpose? Well quite frankly it is too jump from universe to universe stopping these creatures from using the kids of that universe for feed. There are 600 universes, but not all they are suppose to go to. Just the assigned by their teacher. The goal of the creatures for is to "lock" read more
Feb 12, 2013
After seeing the super fast paced prequel or original/beginning of this anime,(no idea how to organize them on MAL since the production is all out of order); I was readily excited to view more of the same. Unfortunately I got something different.

The plot seems to be in each episode standalone of whacky happenings that lead to no where and nothing. There is no set up, no movement, just random senseless activities. I tried my best to put pieces together, but nothing came up. It wasn't a rubix cube and none of the pieces fit. So what did I figure? Nothing. All this anime has read more
Feb 12, 2013
Btooom! (Anime) add (All reviews)
SOME spoilers

BTOOOM! in a nut shell is about a weak protagonist knob who plays online RPG games such as, you guessed the obvious, BTOOOM!.

Now for the story, BTOOOM! is an online game where.. wait.. what? Oh yea they never told us what that game was about. So he plays vidjuh gamez. Then one day his mom finally got tired of his lazy slob lifestyle and some grey area level nonsense happened. I think the kid got kidnapped and taken to an island where he fights to death to save himself for the enjoyment of some loan loon. I believe they also broadcast this live read more
Feb 12, 2013
Basically the story is about a hoodlum hacker who some government organization of some format, recruits and uses to help them stop the bad guyz. Really though this is a load, a rip, a troll, a blatant theft of both Ghost in the Shell and Serial Experiments Lain and their respected themes. From tachikomas to ghost hacking to "if you die in the WIRED you die in the real world". It is a complete ripoff and it gets NO POINTS for stealing.
Also weird virtual rape scenes. Which didn't make any sense at all as long as it caters to fandom. Pointless fan service FTW! read more
Feb 4, 2013
Somewhat brief review for this anime;

There's not much story to this short little film. At its core it portrays themes of greed, love and your brothers keeper. The story is centered around a magical nine colored deer who has the power to grant one happiness and health. Naturally, being Ying and Yang in the world, there are those who both abuse and cherish this magical deer and its powers. A greedy snake merchant trying to turn his luck around (although there is equal exchange between the deer and the snake merchant), from a spoiled queen who uses sympathy to get what she wants. On the read more
Jan 9, 2013
Apart of Tezuka's 13 experimental films, Genesis is a parody of the beginning of man, women, animals and the world. Osamu actually diverts the belief that man came first and women birthed from the rib of Adam in a most comical way. The film suggest that God failed with women (really though man and women failed themselves with war, crime and perversion of the world and material possessions and what have you.), that he should start over, but this time with man coming first and women second.

There is not much of a story here, just a very early piece of animated parody with read more
Nov 14, 2012
"Must be tiring ain't it? To worry about all that, that is. One can only live for a short amount of time. So you might as well try to enjoy it. Don't lose your head over it."

Doraemon is a one-shot drawn by Taiyo Matsumoto and derived from the original Doraemon classic. I honestly know little to nothing about the original, but bare with me as I review this piece.

Nobita, the MC, decides to travel forward in time and see what his future self has become of. What he finds is surrealistically compelling in the highest degree.

When we are young, we never think of read more
Oct 28, 2012
I'll do a short overview of this special then review each episode individually since they're all standalone.

Story: 3/10
Art: 7/10
Sound: 7/10
Characters: 1/10
Enjoyment: 3/10

Overall: 4/10

*Slight Spoilers*

Episode 1

Basically Ginrei has halted so many crimes, Alberto of "Blue Flower", feels as though he needs to finally do something villainy about this. So he assigns a disciple of his own to take her place, of course after capturing Ginrei herself he falls short when Daisaku saves Ginrei with Giant Robo. Oh, needless nudity from Ginrei lets grab her tit and have it explode! Robo river of blood.

Episode 2

Someone at the office forgot to can this garbage of read more