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Nov 28, 2020
Japan, you never fail to amaze me. Seriously.

When I first found Utsu Musume Sayuri, I was kinda surprised to see that it had such a low score. I mean, its synopsis and cover pictures aren't very appealing. But still, I thought to myself, "It can't be that weird, right?"

Well, now that I have finally watched it, I can confidently say, it IS that weird. Actually, that would be a massive understatement. The word 'weird' simply isn't enough to describe what Utsu Musume Sayuri was, is, and always will be.

So, what is this 3 minute OVA all about? Apparently, it's about a "girl" named Sayuri who read more
Nov 12, 2020
I have always had a hard time finding wholesome hentai manga to read. Especially hentai manga that revolve around only two people who are genuinely in love with each other, have been really difficult to find. Don't get me wrong, I don't dislike harem in hentai at all. After all, most hentai, regardless of the medium, consist of a harem of some sort. I wouldn't even enjoy hentai if I actually disliked harem. However, heartwarming romance between two characters is something that I prefer a lot more to harem.

This is exactly why I found Kyuuai Étranger so enjoyable and refreshing.

Kyuuai Étranger is a collection of read more
Nov 2, 2020
Life isn't all easy for a male college student named Terumi Minamoto. Imagine being a boy so pretty that strangers usually mistake you for a girl. Being that pretty must benefit Terumi a lot, right? But that doesn't seem to be the case with him, as he is left severely scarred from his traumatic experiences caused by his female classmates from middle school. Since then, he has developed a really strong fear of women and has tried to avoid any sort of interaction with them.

However, all of this soon changes after Terumi starts living with his aunt, Kaoruko Fujiwara. He quickly finds out that she read more
Oct 22, 2020
Let me preface my review by saying this – I love Bakuman. It is a manga that is often overshadowed by Death Note, one of Takeshi Obata and Tsugumi Ohba's previous works, by far their most popular work. But Bakuman. doesn't deserve to be overshadowed by Death Note. While a few similarities with Death Note can be found in Bakuman., it is by no means a manga that can be deemed inferior to Death Note. In fact, in most cases, Bakuman. is as compelling as Death Note and presents a lot of remarkable aspects usually not prevalent in works similar to it. Suffice it to read more
Oct 9, 2020
Noblesse: The Beginning of Destruction is the first ever animated adaptation of the manhwa titled Noblesse, that very recently received an anime adaptation by one of the most renowned anime studios called Production I.G, which is the reason why I became inclined to watch the OVA.

First of all, I think that watching this OVA, and then the ONA, is kinda essentially prior to watching the anime adaptation of Noblesse (which I didn't do) as it gives a little more backstory to some of the characters and a little more explanation to how the world works.

Now, let's review the OVA.

Noblesse: The Beginning of Destruction primarily focuses read more
Oct 2, 2020
Burn the Witch was a pleasant surprise to me. It appears really bland and mediocre on paper. Moreover, I have never read even a single chapter of Bleach, forget about being a fan of it. But still, Burn the Witch did a pretty decent job in entertaining me within its span of an hour. I'll explain why.

The story of Burn the Bitch takes place in the city of London. It mainly revolves around two witches, Noel Niihashi and Ninny Spangcole, who are a part of an organization named Wing Bind. Their job is to protect and cope with dragons, fantastical beings that cause the majority read more
Sep 30, 2020
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Before going to my short review of this sensational music video, I would like to talk a little about Pokémon and my love for it.

As a kid, Pokémon was one of those shows that I always loved watching. So much so that sometimes, I would watch an episode repeatedly without getting bored of it. I loved watching my favourite characters go on various adventures and then fight with other Pokémon trainers – in order to become the very best, like no one ever was (Sorry, that was kinda cringey). I loved hearing the cheesy lines of Team Rocket as they used their silly plans to read more
Sep 29, 2020
The beginning of this decade wasn't really in favor of the anime industry. Due to a certain pandemic, many shows were delayed for a fairly long amount of time. But fortunately, then came the first ever anime adaptation of a Korean webtoon (excluding the Noblesse OVAs), namely Tower of God. Although the topic of whether the adaptation is decent or not is still in debate, one has to agree the fact that it made a revolutionary impact on the future of anime.

After the huge commercial success that Tower of God's anime adaptation achieved, it became obvious that more and more Korean webtoons are going to read more
Sep 27, 2020
Over the recent few years, we have seen an abundance of light novels that fall under the fantasy genre receiving anime adaptations. Most of these adaptations usually rehash the same generic tropes and suffer from the same fundamental problems. They don't try doing anything remotely unique with their plot and have a cast of characters that are mostly bland and generic.

And no, The Misfit of Demon King Academy isn't an exception. Rather, it's exactly that, plus a protagonist who is so ridiculously overpowered that he can kill a person using only his own heartbeat once. And while making the protagonist ridiculously overpowered isn't necessarily a read more
Sep 26, 2020
When I first read the synopsis of Rent-a-Girlfriend ("Kanojo, Okarishimasu" or "Kanokari" in Japanese), I was really intrigued by it. I hadn't seen another manga cover the topic of rental service (which is apparently a real thing in Japan), that encouraged me to give the manga a read.

Although the first couple of chapters of Kanokari were entertaining, I quickly developed a severe distaste for the protagonist and one other character. Mostly because of them, I stopped enjoying the manga and put it on my on-hold list (Since I don't usually drop anime and manga). So, when an anime adaptation of the manga was said to read more