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Feb 7, 2013
One of five singles from an anime-idol group Love Live! Given the popularity of said group, a high-quality video accompanied with a good song is what we should expect, right? Well, let's see if that's true.

Most music videos tend to lack in the story department, and this is no different. All the introduction let us know is that they are going to the beach and that the song is summer-related—information provided in the name of the song. Since this is, after all, a music video, lack of story can hardly be called a flaw.

The art is a mix of CGI animation (for the dancing read more
Dec 19, 2012
Preliminary
I assume we all know something about Dragon Ball, so my job here is to help you decide whether or not you should read this iteration of the manga.

One thing we all know about Dragon Ball is that everything takes forever—for better or worse. Wouldn't it be nice if were to be shorter, more to the point, and in color? Well, that is what Dragon Ball SD is all about. I should point out, however, that it is not as good as it sounds: It is aimed at children (more so than the original), with heavy use of the super deformed art style, and a read more
Jul 15, 2012
Sometimes there's more to hentai than it meets the eye; this is a clear example of that.

What's the main purpose of a hentai anime? What's their raison d'être? To make the viewer excited, is what most of us think. Now, there's more than one way to make a person reach ecstasy, and I like this anime's approach best: Indirect.

Think of any hentai anime. What's it about? Human A and Human B do the breeding exercise. Well, not here; at least not without some excessive ''foreplay,'' if you will.

And that's what this whole thing is about, so far. It's not about the intercourse, it's about making read more
Apr 15, 2012
Preliminary
I'm usually against writing reviews before the anime has ended; I just have to make an exception here so I can tell people what's in store for them if they decide to pick this up.

Let's begin by saying that this anime is nothing like its predecessor: It's worse in every aspect—from the point of view of someone way over 10. The show is aimed at little kids with no real knowledge of Saint Seiya.

You may have realized how the trend is to make anime more simple and cute so more people may be attracted. Well, Saint Seiya Omega its exactly that. Saint Seiya Omega is read more
Sep 10, 2011
For one reason or another, many people seem to dislike or just overlook short animes. It's true that lots of them are bad, but it's also true there are some worth watching. This is...a hard choice. You may want to keep reading to find out.

There is one particular genre that some people really love and some really hate: High School slice-of-life comedies. I, personally, can tolerate them, but twenty minutes is usually too long so I tend to get bored at times. Luckily, for me and those who think twenty minutes is too long for this kind of anime, exist Morita-san read more
Sep 8, 2011
I'm amazed nobody has made a review for this yet. Though, I kind of understand since nothing much happens in the video.


Directed by the acclaimed Kouji Morimoto of the, again, acclaimed Studio 4°C. It is about a humanoid rabbit just enjoying the music and jumping rope in different locations.
It's not as simple as that, though. While the movemets of the bunny-person are limited, each one is in perfect harmony with the background and the music; which, by the way, is the first time ever I see something like this.

I can't talk about backgrounds without the special effects embedded in them. The backgrounds are read more