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Sep 20, 2019




Maou-sama, Retry! is an Isekai anime released at a time when the world considers Isekai a guilty pleasure for people with bad taste. They often carry preconceived prejudice of all the Isekai that have come before them. The burden is heavy, but it makes any success the content offers all the sweeter.

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Sep 18, 2019



What is a masterpiece in anime? When we think about 10 rated Animes, the most epic of displays always come to your mind. We sometimes forget to value them independently, and force them to compete on unfair stages. Thrusting apples and oranges against each other into a mess of sour and sweet cider that no one can stomach. Well throw that beverage in the trash and whip up a tall glass of vanilla protein post work read more
Sep 18, 2019



This anime is a total plane crash, but in the best of ways.




Sounan Desu ka?, has a story focused on the survival of 4 high school girls post being stranded on a deserted island. Thankfully one of them has a pretty decent skill set, and with a little team work, the four spend their days trying read more
Sep 17, 2019


Tejina Senpai a wonderful collection of reoccurring theme sketches, with a small handful delivered to you each 12 minute episode. This anime doesn't follow your traditional linear plot-lines, so if you expect to much from it, you are only setting yourself up for disappointment. The earlier sketches do a fantastic job introducing you to the characters and setting the general foundation, but after that its business as usual until the final credits roll. You'll watch sketch after sketch of somewhat read more
Aug 31, 2019
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ReLIFE, what an extremely fun show this was to watch. I am worried that the concept of this anime will develop some preconceived stigmata so let me throw out some personal info about myself:

I am 32 years old.

I love my life.

I have no desire to go back to high school.

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Aug 30, 2019
A little late to the party, I watched Death Parade in 2019. Just shy of being half a decade old this Anime is, and will continue to hold up well. So if like me you missed out on this one, It's of a good enough quality to go back and watch, even if you've been spoiled by more recent animated wonders.


The story in death parade is decently dark, but it's only as dark as read more
Aug 5, 2019

,and you never thought there was a girl online? Personally, I always assume anyone online is a 14 year old troll boy. Especially on Anime forums. So take a break from dusting your transformer collection, pause that session of minecraft, and yell for mom to bring you snack you acne ridden bridge dweller, cause we are gonna break down this wonderfully charming Anime: Netoge no Yome wa Onnanoko ja Nai to Omotta?


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Jul 20, 2019
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February 2006, it was cold that year. I recall I was freshly graduated from high school, with snow on the roads, I often sat at home with nothing to do... SO WHY IN THE HELL DID I MAKE THIS GEM OF AN ANIME WAIT 13 YEARS!?!?!?!


Snap back to July 2019, again with nothing to do (what a life), I decided to dip in to one of my read more
Jun 30, 2019


GASP! DON'T LOOK AT ME MY WHILE BIAS IS SHOWING!!!



I waited 6 long months to watch this movie! The wait was ever so justified by a solid hour and forty four minutes of Natsume and the Book of Friends feels train. I am quite obviously a fan of the series, and while I feel this feature film is very watchable as a stand alone media; I do recommend
watching the series in its read more
Jun 28, 2019



I never get bored of the Isekai Genre. Yes Ani-tubers, despite you rolling your eyes and speaking botched Japanese, you are not a strong enough authority to denounce the fact that Isekai is now a Genre. While a lot of individuals pray for the dead horse to longer be beaten, I personally cant get enough. There is something so appealing about being stolen away from everyday life, and the Isekai genre feathers that existential wanderlust like nothing else. So let us look read more