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Aug 19, 2019
Three girls live their daily lives. You have the cute one, the smart but goofy one and the cocky one. The whole concept of the anime is that nobody talks, so all the anime comes from the visuals. The run time of each episode is three minutes and you can finish this series in half an hour.

Here is where most people would say that this anime does a mediocre job and just move on with their lives. But for me, I just want to take the time to tell you why I like this anime.

We live in an anime landscape that is tougher then ever read more
Jul 27, 2019
Ecchi anime are certainly and interesting kind type of anime. They can easily get clicks but keeping your interested throughout the whole anime is another task and a task that most ecchi anime don't succeed in. So here we have Miru Tights solving that issue by saying "eh let's make it a 5 minutes per episode series".

Miru Tights is fanservice the anime and it doesn't have shame in that. There is barely anything in the anime going on other then "girls do stuff while viewers watch dem tights". The comedy is pretty standard and the characters are nothing to be remembered except their lower read more
Jul 26, 2019
Preliminary
Sometimes I question myself why I continue to watch such a stupid ammount of anime each season. I know I like to keep up with the conversation, but I obsess over it and because of that I end up dropping half of the shows I initially started watching. But watching this anime reminded me of a second reason why I continue my watching: It is to find hidden gems. Last season Choukadou Girl ⅙ was my hidden gem and this season it is Joshikousei no Mudazukai. But while Choukadou Girl ⅙ was a short anime poking fun at the otaku culture, Joshikousei no Mudazukai is read more
Jul 25, 2019
Preliminary
SAIDO CHESTOOOO!!!!

In a season full of Isekai's, viking and more Isekai's, Doga Kobo gives its contribution with Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru? I love Doga Kobo and their work, so I was hyped for this anime and Doga Kobo delivered.

Hibiki is your ordinary high school girl who eats tons of food. She gets fat and wants to lose that fat. After failing to work out on her own she starts going to the gym. The rest of the anime we follow her trips to the gym. We get to know how she does the excercises, meet a colorful cast of characters and we get to read more
Apr 28, 2019
God I missed this anime.

Doga Kobo has been on a roll lately. This season's Senko-san is really relaxing, Wataten last season was really damn cute and Anima Yell two seasons ago was really charming, but my favorite anime in the past few seasons from Doga Kobo is Uza Maid. Uza Maid had great animation, suprisingly likable character and this anime was my favorite anime of the year in terms of comedy. And I am happy to say that this OVA continues all of these strengths.

The anime is made up of two parts. The first part is the swimsuit episode. You can see read more
Mar 31, 2019
Just when I thought the nightmare was finally over and I could move on to much, much better anime, this personification of making the audience suffer spluttered out two more OVA's. Woopeefuckingdoo.

Let's begin with the positives: The animation has been significantly upgraded. There are now very few animation mistakes. It still doesn't excuse the horrible artstyle but it is an upgrade nonetheless. Also these two episodes have waaaay more sexual scenes, so if you pornhub is down you at least have an alternative.

Now let's get to the meaty stuff. The story is absolute bullshit. Double Peace Sensei made an VR device that play a read more
Jan 22, 2019
Eromanga Sensei is art. When spring 2017 brought us this, we thought we had seen everything anime had to offer. We thought. Eromanga Sensei launched into the anime fandom with a clear message: Anime is trash and it will only get worse.

Now there are a few OVA's of them and I gonna tell you if they are worth watching.

The first OVA has Elf celebrating a party because one of her novels got an anime adaptation. However, her mother wants to bring Elf with her because Elf hasn't find a husband yet. Elf doesn't want that and wants to stay. Pretty okay episode. I liked the read more
Dec 26, 2018
Hataraku Saibou (Cells at work) is by far the most charming show this year. The characters, the world, the humor, it is all so charming. I am thankful for this OVA because it reminded me of that fact. Oh yeah, the OVA is great too.

The story is just cute. A normal Cell is bored and comes across an mysterious cell and together they do a ton of pranks. The interactions it brings with it are not only charming but also freaking hilarious, even if it sometimes seems a bit too mean (I won't forgive you for hurting my RBC. I won't). read more
Dec 19, 2018
The imouto genre is a genre nobody want to be seen with in the same room. Oreimo, Eromanga Sensei, A Sister's all you need, all of these have become infamous for being morally disgusting. So why do these type of anime keep popping up? Just like why any other genre exists: There is audience for it. That type audience may consist of people living home alone and having a restraining order from their local elementary school and sister, but hey there is an audience. And to be completely honest some of these anime are enjoyable if you look past the disgusting stuff.

Introducing Ore Ga read more
Nov 12, 2018
Preliminary
Kobayashi's Maid Dragon is my favorite anime of all time. Bam, dropped that statement.

The anime does in every factor amazing: The comedy is splendid, the characters are amazing, the animation is surprisingly awesome and the feeling I get from this anime, oh the feeling. Charm, comfiness, nostalgia, I can't even think of a word to describe it.

You'd probably think of my description of the anime ''Wow, he should check the manga then!'' and I did. I began with loving the manga, then started to like it less and around volume 6/7 I began to love it again.

On first look I got what I wanted: Kobayashi's read more