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Sep 24, 2016
Kuttsukiboshi is the most unique yuri anime I've ever stumbled across, so much so that I have mixed feelings over it.

Story: 6
This short OVA stands out from the rest for its sci-fi aspects, seeing as our MC Kiiko has developed minor telekinesis. Cool right? However this isnt really the focus of the anime, but more the catalyst of the romance and the grand finale. I feel like this aspect could have been touched upon more often to up the anti of the romance and drama.

Art: 8
The art style was very refreshing in my opinion, nothing too magnificent yet subtly elegant. The art really suits the read more
Sep 17, 2016
I only ever found a few gems within the anime world... Kimi no Na wa shines the brightest of all of them.

(Yes, this is completely spoiler-free, I barely even discuss what happens)

Story: 10
Art: 10
Sound: 10
Character: 9
Enjoyment: 10
Overall: 10, it deserves nothing less

Makoto Shinkai has brought us yet another masterpiece, this one especially taking the stage and stealing 1st place on MAL, and my god does it need to be here. I don't know how many shonen series I've seen floating around the top anime that lack a real sense of emotion and deep meaning, however Kimi no Na wa not only fills those critical holes read more
Aug 18, 2016
Probably the best shoujo ai manga out there, Fragtime tells the story of two lovers who stop time together to escape reality and deepen their relationship. For anyone who isn't a yuri/shoujo ai fan, dont feel offput by this as the storyline and unique characters will make up for it. This is a good read for everyone regardless their preferences in manga.

Story: 9
With the ability to stop time, theres a lot of potential for needless fanservice and moeblob panel fillups, however Sato stuck to what was important and kept the story intriguing, while still allowing a few cute scenes. My only problem with the storyline read more
Jul 15, 2016
Truth (Manga) add (All reviews)
This one-shot is difficult to describe, because it's unlike most manga I've come across.

While there seems to be no backstory, or much storyline in itself, from the conversation, confessions and apologies these girls pour out in only 20 pages you get an in-depth knowledge of their personalities and relationships. While the story seems to by completely dialogue driven, the art is quite well done, and some panels are really emotional given you barely know what's going on. For sure, it's one you'll have to read a few times to fully grasp, but that's what makes Truth interesting! Not bad but not really great either read more