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Dec 31, 2016
Every year there are many good anime that many people miss out on. This may be because its synopsis seems uninteresting, or the key visuals seem bland, or maybe there were other anime from the same season that were more eye-catching. Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan suffers from the same problem as it basically went unnoticed. The key visuals don’t say much and it the episodes being short-length might’ve made people expect little from it. But Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan manages to be not only one of the most funniest anime of the year, but also simply one of the best anime of the year.

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Dec 31, 2016
Ever since the 11th volume of OreGairu was released, fans were heavily waiting for the next volume. For the last two years, the author of the series, Watari Wataru, has been working on many multimedia projects, including Qualidea Code from last year and Gi(a)rlish Number from this season. With Qualidea Code being average and with Gi(a)rlish Number looking like a “cute-girls-doing-cute-things”, many were keeping their expectations low. Luckily Watari Wataru uses the same formula that made OreGairu a success; a mix of heavy cynicism and characters reflecting on themselves. What originally seemed overused and generic managed to be some of the best fun you’ll get read more
Dec 23, 2016
You though Stardust Crusaders would be the last of the JoJo adaptations, but it was me, Diamond is Unbreakable! Jokes aside, the adaptation of the next part is finally over after a 39-episode run. David Production has proven to be a very loyal studio when it comes to adaptations. For the last couple of years, David Production have been working on adapting the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga series written by Araki Hirohiko into an anime format. After doing an adaptation for the first three JoJo parts, David Production has adapted the fourth Part of the series, Diamond wa Kudakenai also known as Diamond is Unbreakable read more
Dec 21, 2016
Sports anime don’t come very often, let alone skating anime. However, 2016 has been a year for sports anime. With anime based on volleyball, rugby, soccer, and… water jousting with butts and boobs(?), Yuri on Ice needed to prove that it can top most of the sports anime and make theirs more intense. Or maybe they don’t need to compete with other with the sport. Maybe Yuri on Ice doesn’t need to compare itself to other sports anime and maybe compare itself to other series like Ping Pong – where the sport isn’t the main focus. In Yuri on Ice, the skating it simply the read more
Dec 16, 2016
Finally the long-awaited match between Karasuno and Shiratorizawa is here. Besides the fact that the title is basically a spoiler for those who aren’t caught up to the series, it represents what this season basically is about Karasuno and Shiratorizawa competing to become Miyagi Prefecture's Representative for the Spring High National Playoffs. What was originally teased as the start of the second season finally gets put into play in this short, but fast-paced third season. After the Karasuno vs Aobajousai match at the end of the second season, Karasuno vs Shiratorizawa has a lot to accomplish if it wants to live up to the title read more
Oct 1, 2016
91 Days (Anime) add (All reviews)
Very few anime these days tend to do something different from the norm, and when something does do so, it’s very easy for it to fail. But even if they are failures, their ambition to do something different is respectable. 91 Days is not only a unique anime, but a good one too. It’s fairly rare to find a series that takes place in a western setting with mafia characters taking place during the post-WWI era. 91 Days takes that setting and adds a story of revenge to it, and it’s a story that is handled great and executed well. 91 Days manages to be read more
Sep 29, 2016
With both Mirai-hen and Zetsubou-hen ending, it’s now time for the final episode of Danganronpa 3, Kibou-hen to wrap things up. Although some things may just feel like pure fanservice and maybe the conclusion might be too hopeful for its own good, Kibou-hen managed to make me smile from beginning to end and never have I felt so excited and satisfied from a conclusion before

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As you probably already know, this episode should be watched after finishing Zetsubou-hen and Mirai-hen since this episode serves as a conclusion for both series. But not only that, but Kibou-hen is the conclusion for the this Danganronpa universe, and the read more
Sep 27, 2016
Last year, One Punch Man rose to popularity and became of the most mainstream and popular anime of the current decade. However, the mangaka of One Punch Man also had another really good series that not many have heard about, Mob Psycho 100. With an adaptation for ONE’s other series, Mob Psycho 100 was also able to generate a good amount of popularity, due to it living off of One Punch Man’s brand. Though there might be some similarities between the two series, Mob Psycho 100 is quite different One Punch Man in a lot of ways. And it manages to create its own name, read more
Sep 26, 2016
With the end of Danganronpa 2, fans couldn’t help but be a tad bit disappointed with its conclusion as it didn’t wrap all the problems present in the franchise. And situations were left unsolved and we needed to know more about the “Future Foundation”. With the third Danganronpa being confirmed to be part of a new universe, the despair for the fans only continued. But with the announcement of a anime sequel to the second Danganronpa game, fans regained all hope for a proper conclusion for this universe, which will leave us satisfying. Whether or not Danganronpa 3 manages to succeed in doing so will read more
Sep 26, 2016
Orange (Anime) add (All reviews)
We see many shoujo romance anime and manga that don’t attempt to do anything different with its premise. Very few of them end up doing something different. Orange attempts to do something different with the shoujo romance genre as it takes a more science-fictional and dramatic take. Adding a time-travel and suicide-victim factor to the story and focusing on themes like depression and regret, makes this one of the most original shoujo series out there, even if the execution itself can be a little wonky. Though it may not be as good as its manga counterpart, the anime manages to be one of the better read more