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Dec 22, 2013
Yuushibu, the busty tale of a would-be-hero and would-be-demon-lord working at a magic shop.

Yuushibu maximizes attention on its busty character design, and attempt at a lukewarm story of how our would-be-hero and would-be-demon-lord mature into excellent employees.

Doesn't sound too interesting, does it? That's because it really isn't.

Yuushibu takes place in a regular human world, where magic is used as some sort of energy supply. In this world, another world exists outside of it. This world is where heroes and the demon lord exist. Well, existed. As it appears, the demon lord was killed, leaving her daughter heir to the demon lord throne. However, since she read more
Mar 26, 2013
Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo is an artistic anime that blends together a colorful array of different anime themes. There's plenty of comedy, school romance, a loveable cast, emotional dramatic scenes, and... cute girls. These themes unfold into the grand events within and without the walls of Sakurasou.

Sakurasou tells the story of a basic, bland-haired male who has to take care of a genius, empty-headed bishoujo. Around him are fellow Sakurasou members, friends, family, and enemies. OK, maybe not that last one. The story isn't groundbreaking, but what it unfolds into is what makes Sakurasou a bit better than average.

Since the story is set in read more
Apr 26, 2012
Relationships cannot exist without bumps along the road. There are always conflicting viewpoints between two individuals and it would not be a healthy relationship should both parties agree with each other every single time.

Shakugan no Shana III, the long awaited third and final season of Shakugan no Shana, has finally made its way into light. After a cliffhanger ending from Shakugan no Shana II, SnS III picks up some time after the cliffhanger and presents the audience some shocking details that have the possibility to make or break the conclusion to this beloved anime series.

The huge shift of Sakai Yuji's disappearance takes a read more
Jan 20, 2012
To Love-Ru takes the accidental girlfriend sort of sense to kick off the harem. Burdened by his lack of skills in regards to talking with girls and a new "girlfriend" who happens to be an alien, Yuuki Rito begins his new harem life. As more females are added to this harem, Rito develops more as a man and strives to be the number one person in the universe not only for Lala, but for himself.

On paper, that plotline sounds somewhat intriguing, but it is easily destroyed by loads of useless fillers, borderline fanservice, and ultimately, appealing to the male masses. Although it has some read more
Sep 25, 2011
"All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on." - Henry Ellis
I don't think I could have found a more suitable quote for this anime. Hanasaku Iroha is an anime that takes a break from the supernatural anime and takes a more realistic approach: one that depicts what, when, and how to let go.

The story of a 16 year old girl being sent to work at a hotel may not seem very realistic but the events that happen because of it actually do. Leaving a best friend and a hometown is tough and very difficult to let go. read more
Sep 12, 2011
Another ecchi harem anime? Don't go rolling your eyes just yet as this harem has some class.

There's usually a very thin storyline that's used as an excuse to bring the harem together. In Maburaho's case, that lies within the desire of strengthening the family heritage with a very powerful magician that could only come from the genes of our male lead, Kazuki Shikimori. Accompanied by a decent array of women with similar intentions, the harem unfolds and evolves into a more dramatic love story where Kazuki is fought over time and time again. The characters are very dynamic and you will see the change towards read more
Jul 6, 2011
"The melody of logic always play the notes of truth." Indeed, Spiral plays a very soothing song; it plays a song that intrigues the mind, provoking thought, suspense, and some critical logical ideas that harmonizes well, but has a bitter aftertaste.

Spiral focuses less on animation and much more on the dialogue and the events going on. It becomes more apparent as the show progresses, showing some nice art but static motion. That is not really a problem. If this were some action fighting shounen, then yeah, Spiral would have been very poor. This isn't the case, however. The point of Spiral is to drive read more
Jul 6, 2011
I decided to watch this in my time deciding what major anime I should watch next.

The story revolves around male lead Kazuma Hoshino and is pretty much your usual slice-of-life romance although there are its little differences here and there. For one, the cast are in a small town rather than a large city bustling with all sorts of things to do. Rather, their town is quiet and very open with forests and other nature-like things.


Kazuma Hoshino and his little brother Ayumu Hoshino are moving to a small country town to settle in before their parents do. However, as shown in the beginning, this read more