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Dec 9, 2014
Hakushaku to Yousei is a very creative and heartwarming novel series written by Tani Mizue. It tells the stories of a fairy doctor, Lydia Carlton, her employer Edgar, and his friend and servant, the mysterious Raven. Every book tells a different story, focusing on the mysteries involving many kinds of fairies and magic.
They are all unique, and our protagonists encounters a lot of interesting characters along the way.

HakuYou is set in the victorian England, making it even more interesting. It's described very beautifully, and I can always see a picture in my head of how the scene looks like, imagining Lydia's beautiful dress and Edgar's read more
Dec 8, 2014
Preliminary
You might already have noticed that Ore Monogatari is not your common shoujo manga, and I would like to give a more detailed review so that more people starts reading this despite the hideous face on the cover. Believe me, this manga is really something!

Ore Monogatari is a shoujo comedy that fits most people's tastes, maybe because it's not like anything else you've read. However, if you're struggling with the idea of a gorilla looking protagonist, you could need some time to consider.
That shouldn't be too much of a bother, though, because Takeo is hilarious. This manga shows that looks really doesn't matter.

Storywise Oregatari focuses read more
Jul 4, 2014
Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara, "If her Flag Breaks", is looked upon as the most time wasting anime of spring 2014. And trust me, I do understand why. However, for some reason, this was one of the animes that I enjoyed the most. I want to explain why, so, here's a review of someone who actually liked this so called flop.

The novel is the most known work by it's creator, Takei Touka, and has received a couple of manga adaptions. However, that doesn't mean that it's well-known. I must say that I'm surprised it actually got an anime adaption, but I'm sure they had something read more
Jul 3, 2014
Hitsugi no Chaika is based on a novel written by Sakaki Ichirou, whose "Outbreak Company" made ​​a hit in the fall season last year. However, if you're expecting a moe comedy with big-chested kemomimis you will not find what you're looking for in Hitsugi no Chaika!

The story of Chaika and her coffin starts off with a BANG, we only get a few seconds to get to learn the protagonist Acura Tooru before the heroine makes her entrance with a bloodthirsty unicorn after her. Right here, the big adventure has already started.

The story follows Chaika, Tooru and his sister Akari with yet another companion on their read more
May 19, 2014
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I want to start by telling you this: Sayonara September is a swedish manga written by a swedish author, and is not yet available in english. I have no idea who put it up on MAL, but since it's here, I want to give it a fair review.
I'm sorry if my english has any flaws.

Story:
As you can read in the synopsis, it's about young Alex who moves to a new city and starts studying in a comic school. It starts of innocent like that, a lot of comedy and character introductions. However, it's in the second volume that the story gets serious. SS goes from read more
Oct 13, 2013
Okay, I decided a long time ago that my first review would go to Fruits Basket, so I guess it's about time. Before I start I want to say two things:
First of all, I finished Furuba almost a year ago, but I re-read a few chapters from time to time, and I still remember almost everything.
And second of all, my english may not be the best, so don't be surprised if there's something that sounds weird.

Story - 9/10

At first, it's not really something special. It's a cute girl who meets a family who turns into cute animals when they hug people. Cute.
However, that's not read more