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Aug 27, 2016
Dannshi Koukousei no Nichijou is supposed to be a comedy/slice-of-life anime that's pretty much reminiscent of Lucky Star. Which is really bad for me, because I found Lucky Star to be awful.


What story? Besides, when you actually get into a scene, then it does the title inserts at least a good six or seven times per episode, that's when it gets tiresome.


Okay, the art was pretty decent, I will admit (why on this review thing is 'decent' considered worse than 'mediocre'?).


Is there really need for the immediate introduction when you already have the opening theme to come, which is eh at best anyway? read more
Apr 27, 2016
I've seen loads of reviews comparing it to the source material. I, however, won't be doing that initially. Instead, I'm doing most of this review separate from the game version. After having played the game and watched the anime, I know there's going to be a lot of similarities between the two.


The story wasn't what I was expecting, after hearing my 12-year-old step-brother obsess with it! However, even though I'm not a fan of most murder mystery shows, this intrigued me a lot.


There's a huge contrast in art from the main parts and the executions. It doesn't do much to deter from the read more
Mar 27, 2016
A lot of people hate Fairy Tail. Despite the popularity, it's probably more hated than Sword Art Online and Boku no Pico, and that's saying something.

I'm writing this review as fairly as possible.

The new series carried on from the previous (Grand Magic Games arc). Since the end of the arc, there were about five arcs (Eclipse Celestial Spirit Arc + omake, Sun Village Arc, Tartaros Arc, Tenrou Jade Arc and the first two episodes of Avatar Arc).

During the one-year time skip within the series, we also saw Mavis' back-story in the Tenrou Jade Arc or Fairy Tail Zero as it's known to some read more
Dec 28, 2015
Oh dear, where do I begin?

Okay, the first few arcs weren't too bad. We have a few decent storyarcs with a few alright filler arcs in between, that don't actually seem like fillers. Well, they kinda do, but they have their own intriguing stories. In the Wikia, it now splits some of the arcs so those unfamiliar to the listing (e.g. 'Itachi Pursuit' once featured the hunt for Itachi as well as stories revolving around him and Jiraiya's battle) will be confused (like I was just now!). Even the back-story featuring Jiraiya, and the Kakashi Gaiden adaptation was amazing to watch.

Like Part 1, Shippuden features read more
Oct 28, 2015
Story: the story was generally confusing. Like who was doing what, where was everyone. The story seemed to be a victim of overthinking-syndrome.

The art would have been alright if it weren't for the CGI dragons. It was jarring and took from the enjoyment. This contracts to Madoka Magica, where the differences in the styles actually complimented each other.

The sound - well, the OP was the most redeeming part of the anime. That and the art for it.

Character - I actually preferred Lou and some of the other background characters because most of the other mains had flat personalities.

I ended up watching the entire thing purely read more
Jul 21, 2015
I don't often watch magical girl anime. I'd heard about it and thought 'hmmm...meh' after looking at how girly it is.

However, I decided to give it a shot, and I'm definitely glad I did. From the beginning, the surreal-esque artwork that deviates from the generic anime style and the music from Yuki Kajiura and Kalafina set up this anime.

Without spoiling anything, it's a magical girl anime that by far sets itself apart from most generic magical girl anime.

Story: 10 out of 10 - the plot is initially simple, but gets gradually more complex as the series goes along.

Art: 10 out of 10 - the read more