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Jun 3, 2012
I received this anime from an acquaintance and only decided to watch it because when going through stuff to watch and unable to decided, I decided to go alphabetically.

So Aishiteruze Baby is about a teenage womanizer who is forced to take care of his kindergarten age cousin and thus learns to not be a womanizer, I guess. Well, the story is generic like that anyway, there's really nothing that comes and takes you by surprise here.

I actually listened the OST of this anime and surprisingly the music sounded like it could have come from an SNES RPG or something (just a super happy read more
Jan 29, 2012
I watch anime to see fascinating people do fascinating things. Normal, everyday stories don't entertain me as much. With that bias, I didn't expect to enjoy Bakuman as much as I have. I loved it, absolutely loved it.

Bakuman offers a perspective on manga, that as anime viewers or readers of the west, we rarely get a glimpse of, but that is not the selling point of Bakuman. What's truly at the heart of this story is the two main characters, young, charismatic and extremely hard-working individuals that want to accomplish their goal of becoming the best manga artists in Japan.

Bakuman's story is fast-paced, just read more
Nov 15, 2011
Air (Anime) add (All reviews)
Air, like Clannad is based off a visual novel by Key but unlike Clannad it falls flat on the viewer.

There's nothing wrong with the art, sound and story of Air. The story is an interesting concept and at first I was excited to watch this series. I hoped it would be like Clannad, and also, my boyfriend was telling me to watch this series and he normally has good tastes. It started to feel like a chore after only a few episodes.

My problem with Air is that it needed to be longer. If it was longer, I believe that would have fixed the major problems read more
Apr 29, 2011
I think this anime was just poorly executed.

The overall story is actually good and interesting, at the beginning and again at the end, it was just buried under piles of nonsense and extremely forgettable characters. The story follows Hakuoro, who after being found and rescued by a small village he becomes the leader of a rebellion, emperor of a country and then spends his time fight wars with every other country around.

A major plot twist happens near the end that was so unexpected and weird that my initial reaction was "I am just going to pretend that didn't happen..."and even when it gets explained read more
Apr 29, 2011
Well, I just finished Nyan Koi! and well I thought it was really cute at the beginning, near the end I was just watching it non-stop to move onto something else. (I like to finish what I start, okay?)

Other than talking cats, there's really nothing new here. It's just a generic anime about a guy who for some ungodly reason has a plethora of cute girls are who are into him. Like a lot of harem anime, there are moments of big-breasted-ness, panty shots, accidental groping and purposeful groping (girls groping girls) but most of the comedy in this series is supposed to be from read more
Apr 28, 2011
I can understand why this series is so popular.

I actually really enjoyed watching this because it was whimsical and had it's dark moments as well. However, the reason why I rated it as an overall six is because the story fell apart last minute and just didn't make much sense.

So - Story 5/10.

The story had so. much. bloody. potential. I wanted to rate it higher, but like I said, it sort of fell apart at the end. What was happening just wasn't making sense and this series would have benefited from a little more attention to filling in plot holes. Or at least, read more