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Sep 22, 2020
Comedy and tragedy can be interpreted as two sides of the same coin, where laughter and crying are two mechanisms used to face the situations in front of us. This duality can allow a work to deliver an enormous amount of emotional nuances if it knows how to play with these elements, in the case of the series to which I dedicate the review that concerns us on this occasion, it allows an author as peculiar as Koji Kumeta to demonstrate his peculiar sense of humor with a surprisingly emotional story about fatherhood, secrets and manga that goes from the sweet to the ironic of read more
Sep 22, 2020
The spring season of this 2020 was a curious case because of how few series were able to be transmitted without interruptions by all the events that happen in the world, however, even so, it managed to surprise with some of their titles. The series I am writing about on this occasion is one of those surprises, since overcoming the current prejudices of the isekais with titles too long to be remembered, it offered one of the simplest and most fun experiences on the billboard in the last three months.

Otome Gēmu no Hametsu Furagu Shika Nai Akuyaku Reijō ni Tensei Shite Shimatta, also called as read more
Sep 20, 2020
It is popularly said that second parts are never as good as the originals, however from time to time history shows us that this phrase is not necessarily true. Continuing with the adaptation of what is one of my favorite romantic comedy manga and one of the most memorable anime of the past year, this time we have an ambitious sequel that decides not to stagnate in its previous success and chooses to experiment even more when it comes to delivering an entertaining and honest story about a teenage love who does not dare to be totally honest with their wishes.

Under the names of Kaguya-sama read more
Jun 29, 2020
Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na!: Anime and its process



Continuing with another series of the winter season 2020 and continuing with the quarantine, we have one of the most artistic series so far this year and seeing what the future holds for us, it will probably have an important place among my favorite series that premiered. Being the most recent work of Masaaki Yuasa with the direction of series after having worked on the tape Ride Your Wave (2019) and the highly spoken adaptation Devilman Crybaby (2018). The series to which I dedicate this review comes to demonstrate its talents as a visual narrator read more
Jun 28, 2020
Ishuzoku Reviewers. Saving the world: a story for another occasion


As I read in another review, from the moment the final Ishuzoku Reviewers episode aired, the anime world lost some of its color.

And it's not for less, Ishuzoku Reviewers is definitely going to mark a before and after both in the industry and in the community; not only for its enormous quality and its great daring, but for all the controversy that was always around it.

My first impressions were me highlighting that this anime showed that there were still people in the mangaanime industry with enough balls to go against the established structures; and the rest read more
Mar 22, 2020
At the time writing about the first season of this series, I was already referring to it as a simple series that without doing anything particularly innovative or striking in what at first glance seemed to be little more than a list of clichés to be fulfilled, manages to have its own charm and was one of the series that I enjoyed watching week by week. With the second season I have to say that it is a fairly similar case, it is still a romantic comedy with harem elements in appearance of the bunch, but with enough charisma to remind me why I like read more
Mar 22, 2020
Shinchou Yuusha: An isekai that made us "Fall for Innocents"

(Review with spoilers)

After watching the final episode of the anime known as Cautious Hero, I have to admit that I did not expect that blow to the liver I ended up taking.

In fact, after remembering my first impressions and thoughts of Shinchou Yuusha, I can't help but laugh when I feel like the series really teased me; but the curious thing is that it did not do it in a bad way or did it for the bad, on the contrary. The result was much better than it would have been if it had followed its read more
Jan 5, 2020
A surprisingly fun to watch anime


Filling in part the emptiness that left Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou, Joshikousei no Mudazukai (Wasteful Days of High School Girl) comes to present a slice of life comedy about a group of peculiar friends and how they spend their daily lives doing ridiculous stuff.

One day, out of boredom, Tanaka decided to give her classmates a nickname based on their peculiarities. Her friend Sakuchi became "Ota" given her otaku interests, and her other friend Saginomiya became "Robo” due to her inexpressive personality. In retaliation, her friends decided to nickname her "Baka" for her notorious idiocy. From this event will begin this read more
Jan 4, 2020

A cute and sweet series that does not stand out


Released on July 12 during the summer season of 2019, Machikado Mazoku, or as it is also known, "The Demon Girl Next Door", is the anime adaptation of the manga published since 2014 by Izumo Ito, the series is a production of J.C. Staff studios directed by Hiroaki Sakurai, which came to have a total of 12 episodes.

Being one of those titles to which I did not pay much attention during its premiere, to the point of passing it, Machikado Mazoku was a series that I decided to keep an eye on after seeing some screenshots read more
Jan 4, 2020
A lot of science, little logic


When does an anime really move without its construction outlining a manual melodrama with effective formulas that appeal to the love of schoolboys? Why should we deny the possibility of approaching a series that is entertaining to understand technological evolution and with action on the table and not in fights, just because it is fashionable? Certainly, Dr. Stone and both his fans and his detractors, generated those questions.

Senku and Taiju are two teenagers, childhood friends. Senku is characterized by being extremely intelligent in addition to belonging to the chemistry club of his school while Taiju, is not too intelligent like read more