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Aug 16, 2013
Sword Art Online was quite the controversial anime with half the fans loving it and the other half hating it. There is almost always one anime that gets overly hyped and fans are cut in half over why you should/shouldn't love it. SAO took this hype pretty far. While I didn't watch it when it was first released, I watched it recently after a 'friend' claimed it was better than FMA Brotherhood. So in a rage, I watched it while calmly trying to give it an unbiased chance of a good score. Now it has been almost 2 months since I've watched SAO so this read more
Jul 23, 2013
For a long time, Bokurano had been on my list waiting to be watched. Only recently have I finally gotten around to it and it was well worth the wait. Each character went through some sort of ordeal in order to overcome the fate they were tricked into. Each and every story was interesting, displaying all kinds of human traits ad desires. While the ordeals were psychologically wonderful, this anime is far from what I would call epic. Instead, Bokurano chooses to present its story in a different light which I personally think makes Bokurano just that much better.

Bokurano is very character based with read more
Feb 18, 2013
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya was never a series I liked a lot. I watch the latest anime craze go by and I never watch the 'trendy' anime until months even years after it's completion. Due to this, I believe I lose the extra 'oomph' that makes everyone love the new 'trendy' anime so much.

However, 'The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya' changed my opinion on the series quite a bit. Whether the effect was intentional or not, I'm not sure, but it is this one theme I felt that made me appreciate Haruhi a whole lot more.

Throughout the series, you see the ridiculously random events that read more
Feb 13, 2013
Kobato. (Anime) add (All reviews)
For as long as I've heard of Kobato, I had always wanted to watch/read it. I have been on and off with the manga and still haven't finished it. I've recently finished the anime and basically, it's another work of CLAMP.

CLAMP is a great shoujo group with famous works like Card Captor Sakura, xxxHolic, Wish etc. It's a group of women who make cute stories and handsome male characters for girls to read and look at. Because all the stories are made by the same group, they have this privilege of incorporating older stories into their newer ones, eg. Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles. Kobato does this read more
Jan 30, 2013
Soul Eater. I had always had high expectations of this anime. The animation looked amazing from the few scenes I had seen, and they were also quite scary. The AMV 'This is Halloween' on this anime is what attracted to Soul Eater most. It looked flashy, scenes were scarier and more brutal than normal shounen; I expected a lot, something different. But alas, this expectation was not met. At all.

I realise that the manga is not yet completed and the story of the anime probably took its own path and just went the wrong way. I don't know much about the manga, but nonetheless, I read more
Jun 16, 2011
Haibane Renmei is an anime that speaks little, yet tells a powerful story. I don't mean it literally when it speaks little. In my opinion, Haibane Renmei is similar to life, it's mysterious and unknown but you understand the key parts with little hints here and there. It's a very special anime.

Okay, the story. This is what I mean by speaking little as it does not directly give you answers. Heck, some of the answers you won't ever get given, similar to the questions 'Is there a God?' or 'Are there any other beings alive other then the ones on this planet?'. Hence why it read more
May 23, 2011
I have debated within myself as to whether or not I should write a review for this show. You see, normally I write reviews for anime/manga that had a really strong impact on me or I really really liked. I produce more solid reviews that way. But I have given Madoka an exception as I am dying to put my two cents in.

Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica is really quite amazing. The first 5min of the first episode gets you pumped and excited for the show. It's dark and captivating and a great way to start the show. Then you're suddenly thrown into a world of read more
Apr 26, 2011
Note: This review has been completely changed and thought over.

To be honest, I was extremely iffy to watch D. Gray-Man. I mean, a series over 100 episodes screams out filler and something more mainstream like Naruto or Bleach. I began to watch it because I already had it and the holidays had come by. With nothing else to do, D. Gray-Man was the better option out of the rest of my anime storage.

This anime is really quite a typical shounen with action, a set enemy and a love interest. It goes more into the dramatic side though. Of course, D. Gray-Man follows the exorcist Allen read more
Jan 11, 2011
Panty & Stocking is an interesting anime. I found out about it from a GIF of Stocking eating pudding and everyone in a forum raging about it. It looked cool enough and was apparently amazing so I tried it out. This anime is not amazing. I found myself bored more then half the time. It only got better near the end then the ending sort of disappointed me. Here is why.

The plot is simple. Two fallen angels are given the chance to go back to Heaven by collecting Heaven Coins. These Heaven Coins are retrieved from defeating ghosts that walk the surface. That's pretty much read more
Dec 26, 2010
What do you consider as justice?

A simple wish. A simple desire. World peace. What would you give up for that? How would you go about it?

Code Geass R2, no, all of Code Geass revolves around how Lelouch Lamperouge goes about it all. It all starts in the first season so don't try to watch the second season without watching the first. I don't mean it because you won't get the idea of the plot. No, I believe that anyone can figure out the plot after a few episodes. It is because you will not enjoy Code Geass to its full extent.

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