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Aug 19, 2018
Citrus (Manga) add (All reviews)
Creator: Let's make a school romance series like all the rest, but make the main couple lesbian.

Me: Yes.

Creator: Let's make it take place in all girls school.

Me: No.

Creator: Yes. And all the girls there are lesbians. Also all the girls who don't go there are lesbians.

Me: No.

Creator: Yes. And let's make all the men in it assholes, women beaters and one-dimensional losers.

Me: No.

Creator: Yes. And the main couple in it will be sisters.

Me: No.

Creator: Yes. And the other one will sexually assualt the another sister on a daily basis.

Me: No.

Creator: Yes. And let's blame men for her behavior. The assaulting sister is the real read more
Aug 18, 2018
"I need to go to the bathroom."
"..... Can I come?"

'I Want You To Make a Disgusted Face and Show Me Your Underwear' is an incredible honest anime about human lust, love and unspoken desires.

I shouldn't have to explain the psychology behind our girls when You (yes, you) ask them to rise their skirts or lower down their trousers and show their panties, so I won't. And it would be even more absurd for me to give an in-depth analysis on why they first refuse, but eventually agree to do it while abandoning their earlier, disgusted expressions, so I won't even bother trying. You either read more
Aug 15, 2018
The anime adaptation of Tsurezure Children impressed me. Short and simple romantic gags, couples interacting with each others, and content that was both cute and giggly. Simple things such as these are often the ones that have the most to offer. At least when it comes to getting expressions out of its viewer.

This source material manga impressed me further. Rather lengthy series compared to the anime (3-4 times longer, to be exact), yet it kept its quality rather consistently and managed to offer enough new to keep interest despite its super simple settings.

Our story consist of nothing but several couples (there are over 30 main read more
Aug 13, 2018
Preliminary
You know you're knee deep in anime when you see a story about 2 siblings, and can give it credit for not focusing on questionable incest relationship.

When I saw the first season of "Please Take My Brother Away", I was surprised for several reasons.. other than it not being a story about sisters that do lewd stuff to each others. The first one was the art. As this is a short anime which episodes are around 3 minutes in duration, the original art style and simplistic animation made it truly stand out.

The second was definitely the comedy as I made several friends watch the read more
Aug 12, 2018
Preliminary
I am personally quite talented when it comes to enjoying shows that are so obviously bad as Shingeki no Kyojin is. The first season was nothing less than great entertainment for myself. Even today, it is the single most fun show I have watched ironically. It's rare that show which is close to unwatchable in terms of quality can be so highly entertaining as it was.

But it's getting so old and boring now.

Everything from door knobs to walls have now turned into titan's buttholes. The gore stopped having any entertainment value already a season ago. Now, our supposedly shocking twists and sudden, unpredictable events read more
Aug 12, 2018
Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou is a high school rom-com series aimed for mature audience. However, essentially the manga is a story about Ritsu Kawai, the love interest of our main character.

The entire story heavily relies on Ritsu's character and character development -- taking things like love and romance as nothing but part of ones life. This approach is already interesting as to most romance writers, there don't seem to be all that much else to romance stories than narrative driving cliches and the romantic feelings.

Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou goes in-depth with the love interests personal life, thoughts and overall personality there where so read more
Aug 12, 2018
There aren't great many routes a romance series can take. Especially the high school settings are limited and suffering from unoriginal content where most series are more or less the same thing. Masamune-kun no Revenge introduces something fresh as like the title implies - the plot of the series centers around a revenge.... kind of.

Our main dude, Piggy, got his nickname from a beautiful girl who ended up bullying him for his outlooks. This happened at a very young age. Good for him, the handsome boy genes kicked in after the childhood phase and he turned into a nice teenager. Just so happens to be, read more
Aug 9, 2018
Preliminary
At the age of 8, after his notorious debut role in the critically acclaimed cult show, Boku no Pico, Ash "Pico" Callenreese ran away from his home in Cape Cod to escape social pressures and was taken into the custody of Papa Dino (or simply, Papa), the leader of the Corsican Mafia, to become its future leader. Turns out Ash does not wish this to happen, but Papa like really wants, so naturally we now have a series about 2 gay mafiosos running after each others because neither of them wants to change their opinion. One could even go as far as declare they aren't read more
Aug 8, 2018
These Yuru Camp specials are quite magical addition to the anime series.

The first one is about our girls browsing through camping gears and getting shocked over how pricey everything is. This is perfect because they try to find cheaper alternatives from every day items instead of spending shekels. Turns out this idea isn't very succesfull in terms of camping, but it sure does it job with cute comedy that might make an adult man giggle.

The 2nd focuses on several different subjects. The best one being all sort of different camping styles from chill and relax to the more hardcore bushcraft survivor and hunting, read more
Aug 7, 2018
Preliminary
Chuukan Kanriroku Tonegawa is a non-canon spin-off series to Kaiji. Written not by the master himself, but by two of his die hard fans. The series focuses around a man named Tonegawa, who was introduced in the first anime season.

From its settings, CKT is the polar opposite of Fukumoto Nobuyuki's (the author of Kaiji) gambling series for the reason that the main lead is not a person taking part in the gambling games, but instead working for the man who is behind these events. For that matter, recognizing this series to be even part of the same universe with Kaiji would be impossible if read more