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May 26, 2020
I finished this movie last night, and I could not get it out of my mind. This film has more details than the manga presented, even showing us Eishirou (Shirasu's father) whose face we never see in the manga. I want to give a shout-out to everyone who worked on this film for breathing life to the story and characters!


Story: This film is completely in Shirasu's perspective, after he fell from the cliff. All Shirasu's warm memories with the Kumo brothers flash through his mind (including the ones that were not in the 12-episode TV anime), and he recalls his upbringing prior to meeting the read more
May 18, 2019
This was my second time reading the story tonight, and I especially applaud Tamaki Yura for her depiction of BDSM.

Story (8/10): There was delicacy and care placed to the story. There was clearly research done on the sex toys and the various techniques that could be done. There was emphasis on communicating and understanding your partner, to provide them pleasure and the right amount of pain, without doing anything that they hate or do not consent to. A safe space was highly emphasized between all six friends.

I saw how the main couple, Marlon and Doug, developed a greater understanding of each other, through the encouragement read more
Mar 6, 2019
This series managed to be very sweet within the five minutes each episode had. There wasn't just smut - there were also emotions, and portrayed problems that single parents can face from being solely responsible for their child and meeting someone new.

Story (7/10): The manga is currently untranslated, so I can't speak for any possible changes that occurred in this animation. There wasn't one rigid problem throughout the series, but there were problems that gradually developed overtime that the protagonists faced and resolved, either individually or together.

Art (8/10): I liked the light blushes on the characters' faces, and the art was simple. The anatomy was read more
Jul 22, 2018
I considered watching this series because of the ending theme song. The lyrics of Aimer's song include, "In my dreams, you're always laughing / Hey, why won't it disappear?" and "If I hadn't met you, I wouldn't have experienced such a heartrending clenching in my chest, but still... / If I hadn't met you, I wouldn't have learned of strength and kindness." These words and the way Aimer sang her song resonated with me because it depicts remembering or longing for someone. Loving someone so deeply that you feel sadness, joy, and you experienced growth... You feel and experience so much with someone, like read more
Oct 22, 2017
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NOTE: There are more scenes in the official publication than what we have online. It gives us more moments between Arata and Maki, we see Maki's perspective on Arata, and learn more about Arata as an individual.

I was very impressed by Void. Zariya took the simplest emotions and explored them. This story displayed how complicated situations could become, from our emotions like hatred, sorrow, and love... Grieving is a process that varies from person to person. Some people may grieve for years after that person has left us. How do we handle the lost of a loved one if there is confusion and hatred, yet read more
Apr 30, 2017
This is my first time reviewing a series with a full 10/10 in every aspect.

Story: The story is the same as the movie it is based off on. Extra moments were added to develop Takao and Yukino's relationship more, and the ending as well was not in the movie - it gave an overall, hopeful and positive feeling.

Art: The art was very pleasing to the eyes. I love seeing the blushes on our protagonists' faces, and their gentle gestures. The tone the movie displayed was very apparent in this manga adaption. I love the way the postures were drawn, and the drips of water on read more
Apr 18, 2017
*This review is not recommended for you to read if you have not watched or read the series.

Story: There is nothing new added to this movie. This film follows Touou and Seirin's second game; Aomine agrees to teach Kuroko how to shoot, Seirin and Yosen play against each other, a bit of Himuro and Kagami's past and relationship is shown, and then Kaijo and Seirin play against each other. This movie also included moments from the Teiko days, which was great at making viewers feel nostalgic. (9/10)

Art: The art is the same as the episodes. The only difference should be the opening theme song with read more
Dec 22, 2016
Story: Shinigami x Doctor is an engaging and creative story! There are unpredictable events, which had me look forward to reading every chapter. Generally, flowers bring liveliness to people's homes, or bring smiles to people's faces when they are received. Yet, in this era, removing flowers and even having poisonous flowers kill humans remove liveliness to people's lives, and brings so much sadness when loved ones are killed, especially when the giver did not know the flowers were poisonous. The concept of flowers killing humans is rather gruesome, and seeing people suffer due to this peculiar virus was very sad. If this was a battle read more
Jul 6, 2016
I would like to stop for a moment and applaud Ai Yazawa for her efforts on this story.


Story: 8/10 (Very Good)

The story starts off in a rather mysterious way; as if the characters' world belong to only them. Imagine an invisible circle surrounding these characters, if you may. So, there is something spiritual at first... That spiritual feeling was very intruding, which allowed me to read further.

The story appears to be possibly predictable at first, but then it takes a twist. Sometimes, the story was confusing as well, as readers could only continue to read more to find out the answers...

I'm proud to say that read more
May 7, 2016
Story: The story is a recap of the episodes, but there is much more depth in the relationships, specifically Akihito and Mirai's. We get to see how much Mirai has struggled through the additional scenes, so it makes the story even more touching. The complexity and emotions of this movie helps you understand how Mirai and Akihito developed feelings for each other.

Art: The art is the same as the episodes, so it's great as always.

Sound: The emotions when the characters speak makes a significant impact on their relationships with each other. The music increases the intensity of scenes when it was required, and the theme read more