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Sep 8, 2016
Preliminary
Okay, I will update this when the story gets into NEW content, whenever that will be. For now, however, I will simply give it a 5/6, because it's nothing but a recap of Boruto: Naruto the Movie, currently.


NEW REVIEW DETAILS BELOW (SPOILERS FOR AFTER THE CHUNIN EXAMS):
So, the series has come a long way since the start. The art is better, the story is great, and fans wait each month for it.

THE STORY:
The story now focuses on Ninja Tech, with the villains utilizing it in various ways. While this may sound blasphemous to the original Naruto, that is the point. It has basically become read more
Dec 22, 2015
What killed this series for me, is the early demise.


STORY: 6
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The story started off pretty well done. However, it did not have room to finish out it's planned story, due to the early demise of Jump X, the magazine it was serialized in. Therefore, it has tons of holes, and things are left unresolved.

ART: 7
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I've always loved Hiroyuki Takei's art, even in the beginning of Shaman King. However, sometimes the faces are a bit weird, and proportions are off.

CHARACTERS: 8
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The characters, for the 29-chapter-span of the series, were pretty well done. You could tell that each had a decent backstory planned, but read more
Oct 27, 2015
Preliminary
Not quite sure why Fairy Tail is getting such low review scores, but whatever.

Fairy Tail (2014), is the continuation of the anime after a one-year break. The anime took some time off, so that the manga could squeeze in a few more chapters of content. During this break, the anime's art-style changed into it's current "darker" tone (which seems to garner a lot of hate, for some reason. Personally, I think it fits the violent nature of the current arcs), and changed studios. It features new, or remixed music, and awesome graphical changes (Natsu's fire no longer looks like copy & paste flames).

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Oct 25, 2015
Preliminary
"The Isolator: Realization of Absolute Solitude," or "Zettai Naru Isolator," in Japanese, is the third published work, of Reki Kawahara. Like SAO before it, it was also a web-novel, that he decided to turn into a book.
This work is amazing. Even as an avid SAO and AW fan, I have to admit that it is thirty times better, than the previous works by Kawahara. It kept me interested from the moment I started reading, until the current point (I'm on page 119, as of right now), and--since it doesn't have an anime yet--was full of surprises. Truthfully, I believe that if it recieved an read more
Mar 17, 2015
Preliminary
Alright. First off, this review is only for the first novel. Back in December, I ordered the novel from Amazon, and decided to read it due to the fact it didn't have an anime yet, and I wouldn't know the story. It was a really good read, and I finished it within the month.

Story:
The story is a tad unusual, mixing real-life and game elements together. The characters are not in a video game, yet they "level up," and gain strength. Once they level up, they gain skills, etc., etc., like an RPG game. This concept confused me for most of the novel, due to the read more
Feb 26, 2015
Psyren (Manga) add (All reviews)
Alright. To start off, I'm not that good at reviewing, and I haven't read this series in years. I did finish it, though, rest assured(I believe it was still when America was on Vol. 5).

Anyway, first, I'll talk about the story. Truthfully, I thought it was unique, but a little weird as well. At first, it seems like a survival game, but it quickly turns into something else. It changes gears, and when it does, you better buckle your seatbelt. All in all, the story was good enough to get me to rush through all the chapters, in a matter of months. The read more
Nov 6, 2014
Naruto (Manga) add (All reviews)
*THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS*

Okay. To start off, I've been a fan of Naruto, since I was in 5th grade. I graduated in 2013(I graduated early. I was part of the Class of 2014 group). Therefore, I've been around for most of the story, and--I can honestly say--I'm happy for it to have been a part of my life. Naruto's determination to never give up, Sasuke's determination to make things right, and Sakura's determination for love, all turned me into who I am today. I know, it sounds cheesy, but it's true. It has helped me grow as a person, and I am truly thankful for read more
Jul 31, 2014
!!! KEEP IN MIND, THIS IS MY FIRST REVIEW !!

STORY:
Soul Eater, is based off of the manga by the same name, by Atsushi Ohkubo. The anime follows the manga pretty well, until the Operation Capture Baba Yaga Castle arc, where it differs. The anime does an okay job at creating it's own story-line, but it falls flat on it's face toward the end. I just couldn't enjoy the final battle in the anime, like I did in the manga. It was too...cheesy. I actually had to look up the ending on Youtube after the fact, because I actually quit out of the video, after Maka's read more