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May 31, 2014
Pros

+Crisp Character designs
+Clear Animation
+Nice Soundtrack

Cons
-Unrealistic
-BL dialogue
-Uninspired storyline
-Lackluster protagonist
-Melodramatic

Kuroko no basuke, is a popular basketball manga/anime that strives to be successful as Slam Dunk but falls flat on its non-proverbial ass (this is a big ass grotesque anime) many times along the way. Kuroko no basuke is an anime about a group of basketball players called the generation of Miracles. This legendary densetsu group won all the Japanese junior high basketball championships. In particular the anime concerns the actions of the titular character Kuroko and his transition to seirin high school, his new team and their aspirations for national championship status.

Story 7/10

You would think from what read more
May 4, 2012
Slayers (Anime) add (All reviews)
Bored and lonely, equipped with a strong burning desire to watch some nostalgic shit, led to my chance encounter with Slayers.

Story 9/10

Slayers is a long running and popular Light Novel series by Hajime Kanzaka, but if you're reading this review, you probably already knew this.What YOU need to know about Slayers' Story is that it's basically about an overpowered girl named Lina Inverse and her wacky adventures in medieval fantasy Japan. That's essentially, how you should think about it. I know it doesn't really make much sense, but you'll find a strict definition of this show's plot does not necessarily do it justice. They read more
May 4, 2012
[Open your mind cause the reviews are esoteric YO]

After suffering another long absence and subsequently ameliorating my punctuation and grammar(go read my first few reviews), I decided I would spice things up a notch by reviewing a critically acclaimed and popular series from last year. The question is, has Puella Magi Madoka Magica managed to escape the turd train? Read—OBEY!— and find out. That being said, without further ado, I now introduce the long awaited sequel to the perpetually incomplete reviewing saga that is Daimyo.

Story 7/10

Puella Magi Madoka Magica, is a seminal anime from the year 2011 directed by Akiyuki Shinbo and written by Gen read more
Feb 20, 2012
The worst day of the year has just drawn to a close. That dreaded day that begins with the chocolate and roses and ends with the kissing and the sex. February 14 may very well be Valentine’s Day but what about all us roneri brothers out there? Those currently out of a relationship or are part of forever alone. If February 14 is Valentine’s Day, I hereby, decree February 21st as All bro’s day; a festival of camaraderie, bro fisting, and general misguided misogyny. What better way to celebrate our lonely celibate lives than by sitting here with me and reviewing another series that does read more
Feb 20, 2012
Story 3/10
This story takes place at a school once exclusively for girls —aka pussy high— tenbi. The main character, Mr.Ohyama Takeru, goes to this school primarily because he’s looking for sex and also because he’s too retarded to hire a hooker. Actually, I lied. He doesn’t try to screw any of these girls. He just plays pervert and stares at their censored panties. Here my friends, we have the first problem of an ecchi series. Ecchi series always tend to confuse me. I can’t tell if we’re supposed to masturbate furiously while watching them, or just stare at them with a huge boulder—rock solid geodude— read more
Nov 27, 2011
Well guys let’s start off with the awesome characters in this awesome manga. First and foremost we have Rin Okumura our principle protagonist, followed by his younger twin brother Yukio Okumura, and then we have Rin Okumura, and then Yukio Okumura, Rin Okumura again, some blond haired chick, random people and some dude named Shiro (and guess what he has white hair, har har har… weaboo) oh and did I mention Rin fucking Okumura. Theatrics aside, we essentially only have two or three characters with important roles throughout the whole TV show. The rest are just ballast. However, seeing as this is a review and read more
Feb 4, 2011
The End

In this world there are many legends. The legend of Zelda, the legend of Excalibur, the legend of leisure suit Larry. Likewise it also isn’t usual for many Legends to carry hero in their titles; Legend of Condor heroes and the legend of Galactic heroes are two good examples of this particular trend. However, this series I’m about to review (in my now trademarked half-assed style) does what very few series before have dared to do. It gives itself a name so damn awesome you’ll cream yourself every time you think about it. Welcome to Legend of the Legendary Heroes (DenYuDen!).


Characters

With a name as read more
Dec 4, 2010
Island (Manga) add (All reviews)
In the beginning Shigeru Miyamoto created the animes and the games. Now the bookshelves were formless and empty darkness spread over the weaboos as people grew tired of reading picture less books…
Time skip billions of years later (yay no fillers) and you now find that we live in a world full of manga. Yes we have plenty of manga. But do you know what the anti-christ to all manga is? It’s the manwha. Poor, poor (repeat twice for dramatic effect) neglected and often forgotten manwha. It’s said that if you read enough manwha’s it will bring about the end of the world (smb3 world 1 read more
Oct 31, 2010
Ahh sitting down my computer on this fine Halloween evening good ole Daimyo had a marvellous idea. Let’s review a completely scary and terrifying anime. Now good ole Daimyo has seen his fair share of anime, both good and bad. But rarely does an anime completely terrify him as this one did. In fact after watching something as terrible as this I feel I will never be the same loveable person you’ve all come to know and respect. But I did it all for you, yes it was for you the would be readers (actually it was for my ego) I poured my heart into read more
Oct 27, 2010
Preface (Please don’t read)

And now it’s time for another amazing (half ass) review from the world renowned and now famous (in his head) Daimyo. In our last segment we reviewed blank. Indeed blank and blank’s characters will always hold a pace in my heart. This time around we’ll be reviewing a personal favorite of mine Fukumoto Nobuyuki’s Saikyou Densetsu Kurosawa (Legend of the strongest Man, Kurosawa). And now I know they’ll be those among you who will ask what’s the occasion? Why is the elusive and super rare Pokémon Daimyo making such an appearance? A review even!? Well I can calmly say that it read more