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Feb 22, 2020
Dr. Stone was equal parts amazing and frustrating to watch.

Amazing, because it was like watching an anime version of Sid Meier's Civilization, with a great MC, a likable cast of characters, an extremely interesting plot, and some awe inspiring moments that truly gives you an appreciation for the complexity of science.

Frustrating, however, because it was too childish to be as great as it could have been.

You can't really knock the fact that it's childish, because you can tell it was designed that way on purpose. Dr. Stone is a very cool educational series, clearly designed to peak children's interest in read more
Feb 18, 2020
Man, this was HILARIOUS. Some moments had me in actual tears, it was so funny. You know you've done a great job when the viewer has a feeling of sadness at the end of the show, because they are going to miss the cast. And that's exactly how Joshikousei no Mudazukai made me feel when it ended. I am really going to miss these girls if they don't come out with a season 2.

If you enjoyed anime like Nichijou, Setokai Yakuindomo or Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei, you more than likely will really enjoy this anime. As the title suggests, it read more
Feb 15, 2020
What in the blue hell was this even supposed to be? Was it just an exercise in shooting children? Like, did the creator say: "I don't really care what the anime is about, or even if it makes any rational sense, I just want mountains of dead kids in it."?

I'm not even turned off by gore, the only reason I watched this is because people said it was the goriest anime ever made. (I still think Gantz is gorier, and also had a far better story.) But, this anime seems like it was created for the sole purpose of shocking people by read more
Feb 11, 2020
Promare (Anime) add (All reviews)
It's been a while since an anime has given me a feeling of childlike awe. But, that's what I felt watching this WILD anime, Promare. Trigger's unique animation style has always been legendary in the world of anime, and Promare is no exception. It's just an explosion of colors, graphics and lots of triangular shapes. It's a little hard to follow at first, but your eyes quickly get used to it and you soak in some amazing moments in a highly entertaining anime.

Promare makes one thing clear: "We're here for stuff to go boom.". This is Michael Bay on read more
Feb 11, 2020
Babylon (Anime) add (All reviews)
Babylon, while an entertaining and engrossing anime, hurts itself by trying too hard to be smarter than it really is. It spends hours hashing out whether or not suicide is the right moral choice, but, also skips over fundamental aspects of the story like telling you the motivations of the villain, Ai Magase. It will spend entire episodes philosophically trying to determine the meaning of "good vs. evil", but doesn't even bother telling you what Ai is, or why she can do what she does to people.

Feb 7, 2020
"What's this? Another Isekai? Meh...might as well. Oh? This is actually kinda funny... Wait a second...this is actually good! Well, that was a surprise."

And so it goes with Shinchou Yuusha, the 296th anime in the long line of Sword Art Online and Konosuba Clones.

This particular clone follows Seiya and Ristarte. Seiya has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. But, don't feel sorry for him, because Seiya is also rude as hell and super OP. So, he'll be okay. Ristarte is yet another Goddess in over her head tasked with saving yet another world under threat by yet another demon lord. read more
Feb 1, 2020
Take Konosuba, swap out Kazuma with a Pro-Wrestling furry lover, make the comedy about half as funny, and sprinkle a bunch of animals and beastmen in and you pretty much have Hataage! Kemono Michi. Fortunately for this anime, being half as funny as Konosuba means you're still pretty funny. And that's what saved this from being a total waste of time.

Outside of the funny moments, which were plentiful, literally everything about this anime is the definition of mediocre. The plot is mediocre. The characters are mediocre. (Although I did like Shigure), The animation style is mediocre and looks low budget. read more
Jan 12, 2020
One of the greatest animes of all time. Period.

Vinland Saga, as you know, is a story about a kid whose dad gets killed by a viking and wants revenge. If that was all this story was about, then it would just be a very well animated, but mediocre, viking/pirate anime. But, that is only partly what this anime is about. The main story is actually following the greatest villain in the history of anime: Askeladd. (Yes, a better villain than the Furor, Aizen, Hisoka, Dio, whoever.)


Askeladd is the viking who killed Thors, the strongest read more
Dec 31, 2019
I hate this anime. It was doing so good, and then in the final few episodes it just got so stupid and illogical. I do not know why such a logically broken anime has such a high score. Is it because of cute animals? I don't know, but the ending was just frickin' dumb.


The anime started off well and was a bit surprising. I went into this thinking it was a comedy, but it's a drama. There's a little humor, but mostly it's a serious anime that imagines what the relationship between carnivores and herbivores would be if read more
Nov 16, 2019
This is the most filler-ish filler that ever fillered in the the history of fillers.

And yet, at the same time, they were dastardly enough to put some key plot points for the main anime in this, so you'll miss it if you skip it. That's dirty pool. As such, I will tell you these main plot points so that you may skip this fillerish filler of fillers if you want to save your time and not be treated to games of tag, pig-chasing, meaningless fights and sub-par plots.