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Oct 24, 2015
What is there to really say about Potemayo? I honestly don't see how anyone could connect hateful words to this series. Based on the attitude or feel of the show, I can't point out any factors that I necessarily disliked. It's more like I can only point out what was left to be desired. Then again, I never watched the specials, so maybe those could fill in the holes left in my heart when I finished watching the 12th episode.

Potemayo is basically about a dude who wakes up to find an adorable yet odd creature in his refrigerator, and with this creature he read more
May 7, 2015
I'll start off by saying that if you're a fan of the series Baccano, Kyousogiga, or both, then you're going to love this show.

This series, in my own humble opinion, is basically perfection.
It took only one episode for me to completely fall in love.
Allow me to explain to you exactly what it is I feel about this series.

Kekkai Sensen is directed by Rie Matsumoto, who I personally see as a genius. Her directing style is extremely distinct and very unique. She has a wide range of creative camera angles along with her brilliant tactics into making something engaging or exciting. If you read more
Apr 26, 2015
Garo: Honoo no Kokuin is one of the most perfect medieval fantasy anime I have ever seen.
Even more so that there's going to be another season and a movie.
And now I've placed it in my top 5. I can't recommend it enough.

I'm not going to give you a description of the series because the synopsis should be enough. The story in itself isn't too hard to follow and there isn't too much to it, but the execution of that story is what counts.

Story: 10
It's simple, yet solid. The execution is marvelous; it's exciting, unpredictable, heartbreaking, and engaging. Everything in this read more
Dec 3, 2014
I'm actually kind of surprised there isn't a review for this manga yet.
I'm just going to make this nice and simple, seeing as the chapters come out pretty slowly and I don't remember too much about the beginning.

Story: 9
I remember I felt as though this manga had a pretty slow start. Not much romance was happening at all. It was more like, a long stream of steady character development, but it wasn't enough to hold all of my interest.
Eventually, the romance started to sprout.
And I love the way this story goes about it.
If I could find a way to read more
Sep 25, 2014
You know what? Why not. I'll spend some time to write up my opinion on this show. And since there isn't much to it, it's going to be short.

Majimoji Rurumo is... nice. That's it. It's a nice, relaxing series with an overall... soft tone to it. There is some fanservice but really, it's nothing too severe compared to other J.C. Staff anime such as To aru Majutsu no Index or Hentai Prince.
I've literally given everything about this show a rating of 7/10. That seems like the perfect number for this series. I don't mean that in a bad way.
It's hard to badmouth read more
Aug 14, 2014
I was bored one day, browsing through Crunchyroll, and came across Mushi-Uta. After reading a quick synopsis of the series, I gave it a go. It was different than I expected. Completely different. Though, I mean that in a good way.
It was certainly enjoyable, yet really the only downsides to it for me were the last episode, or should I say, last battle, and some missing plot devices that could have extended this show even further.
Let's get to it, then.

Story: 9
I shouldn't exactly say that there's a story to this show... it's more like, an ongoing conflict between two groups of read more
Aug 3, 2014
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I don't know exactly how I feel about this series. I like it, but then again, there are some things I don't.
I'll just have to tell you something important before you watch this show;
It is not a harem.
Yes, the main character, Akamatsu, does hang around several girls at all times. But, there's only one girl in which the show romantically develops. This is a good thing, and although it's not a huge change, it feels different from the norm when it comes to romantic comedies involving several girls.

I'll make this a quick first impression, for people who are curious. I'll just read more
Jul 10, 2014
"Life arises from death. In order for the wheat to bud, the seed must first die."

This is my first time writing a review for a manga, so I apologize in advance if I sound like I'm giving this manga too much praise. I don't read manga often, I usually just stick to watching anime, so I can't compare this to anything manga-wise.
Of course, whenever it finishes, I'll rewrite this review.

Story: 9
Ahhh, The Grim Reaper and the Four Girlfriends. I'm not generally a fan of harems, mainly because I'm sick and tired of cliche'd ecchi moments mixed in with an impossibly dense read more
Jul 1, 2014
This show is one of the few this season that did not reach my expectations. When it was first announced, I was stoked. The PV made me even more excited when I saw the artwork.
I read some of the manga, but as I realized it was nowhere near as far as the LN was, I stopped and figured I might as well just watch the anime instead.

Many people see this anime as overrated, which is understandable. I see it that way too. It was hyped up as it came out, and it certainly doesn't deserve the hyped it received. The same could be read more
Jun 30, 2014
What an ending.
Flag Matrix: Harem Edition.
Also known as "If Her Flag Breaks".
I honestly feel as though they should have done something different with this show. I'm glad they tried something new, but it was way too obnoxious for me to appreciate it, at all.
They should have stayed away from being a harem in general. The plot was intriguing and had a lot of potential, so why fill it up with annoying and cliche harem devices? The harem was way too big, too. Around 12 or 13 girls. Seriously? Come on, man.
If this show was, instead of a silly and ridiculously large read more