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Jan 12, 2018
Something that for some reason does really make me frustrated, is well-done job that could have been even better with just a little more effort and common sense (call me a perfectionist if you want). This series is an example of what I'm talking about.

Scrapped Princess presents an outstanding setting and plot, mixing both fantasy and sci-fiction in such a harmonic manner (as the writer Arthur Clarke says in one of his laws: any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic). The way in which the medieval scenario gradually turns into a post-apocalyptic world really gives a particular, immersive and surprising atmosphere to the show, read more
May 28, 2015
It was inevitable for me to get a little excited to start this series. The hostile post-apocalyptic scenario, the presentation of the premise, its aesthetics and the mystery surrounding it generated expectations just during the first 10 minutes of episode one, expectations that wouldn't be (by far) reached by Chrome Shelled Regios during the rest of the show, as the development of the real plot was quickly replaced for non-contributory, mostly-boring side stories with a coarse harem inbetween.

The turn-off caused by that was comparable to that of our simpleton Layfon who is more accompanied by an insipid crew of females than by revelations about the read more
May 26, 2015
Gantz (both first and second season) is a prove that no matter how attractive and original an idea is, it's condemned to a monumental failure if the execution isn't the adequated. I don't know about the manga since I've never took a look on it, perhaps it is a masterpiece without any comparison, but regarding the anime, I couldn't have been more disappointed.

On the first instance, the series tries to show a distorted and exaggeratedly negative view of society on which is based a great part of the storytelling, which consists of the saddest and poorest attempts of plot devices. Seriously, the vortex of stupidity read more