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Anime Stats
Days: 119.5
Mean Score: 5.89
  • Total Entries948
  • Rewatched14
  • Episodes8,041
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Sengoku Choujuu Giga: Otsu
Sengoku Choujuu Giga: Otsu
5 hours ago
Completed 13/13 · Scored 7
Mahou Shoujo Nante Mou Ii Desukara. 2nd Season
Mahou Shoujo Nante Mou Ii Desukara. 2nd Season
5 hours ago
Completed 12/12 · Scored 5
Nyanbo!
Nyanbo!
May 19, 8:32 AM
Completed 26/26 · Scored 6
Manga Stats
Days: 1.4
Mean Score: 5.69
  • Total Entries16
  • Reread0
  • Chapters254
  • Volumes28
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Koe no Katachi
Koe no Katachi
Jun 2, 2016 7:58 PM
Completed 64/64 · Scored 6
Boku wa Mari no Naka
Boku wa Mari no Naka
Jun 1, 2016 5:58 PM
On-Hold 73/80 · Scored 6
Kono Oneesan wa Fiction desu!?
Kono Oneesan wa Fiction desu!?
May 30, 2016 4:23 PM
Completed 49/49 · Scored 5

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Nekoragi May 21, 12:03 PM
lancehot more like faggot
caio_ken Dec 17, 2016 5:00 PM
Your review for www.Working don't make sense. This anime is based on the original working and isn't a spin-off. The anime that came before is the true spin-off and these characters are the true copy of the originals and not the contrary.
jgomezg Oct 12, 2016 7:53 PM
Speaking of Active Raid...I don't see fake weddings as neither cliches (not exactly a common idea everyone has done before) nor inherently bad things. It's a silly concept, no doubt, but perfect for the kind of show this wanted to be. Frankly, I don't agree with your statement that the show wanted to be everything to everyone, and probably neither would the staff.

You mention a list of genres or elements as if they're somehow obviously mutually exclusive, yet most of them are actually quite commonly mixed in Tokutasu and Super Sentai (aside from vocaloids being more of a new thing, comparatively speaking, but amusing mascots are far from new).

In any case, I doubt we'll ever agree but if nothing else your review will motivate me to work on my own. The show certainly will not leave much of a mark in the end, yet it is quite easy to prove that it did have an audience, even if not a particularly large one.
LoneWolf Sep 27, 2016 4:35 PM
Yeah after writing it and honesty during writing it I was aware that maybe it wasn't the best show to use considering he doesn't really have to live with the weight of his choices. It's kind of just a good way of showing how important choice is and that choice matters and the whole idea of an anti-fatalistic and pre-destined framework. Even if there is a pre-destined way of winning the situation, he doesn't know what that choice is until he does it. Theres no guide or videos of people completing it, cause it's just a fantasy backdrop and not a proper MMORPG. I can understand where you're coming from though and I was actually gonna write about Berserk and existentialism, but I'd already written 2 articles on Berserk and Berserk is kind of getting a lot of hate and Re:Zero is really popular.
CriticalAndroid Jul 27, 2016 1:34 AM
Well mind you Death Billiards was written before Death Parade, so the changing positions in Parade don't necessarily have any bearing on Billiards. This is assuming that it should be looked at as a standalone story at the time, which considering there was no intention of a series at that point, that's what it should be. Bearing that in mind, nothing that happens in Death Parade is relevant in this case.

Tachikawa probably had an idea where they ended up, though in interviews he's stated it's intentionally left to be ambiguous. I'm sure he refined the concepts as Death Parade began production. But we have two characters with incomplete portraits of who they are, what happened in their lives, and who they really are. Judgment of them is not supposed to rest with us because we don't know who they are.

In that sense, it's a reflection of life. We as humans, are not necessarily fit to be in judgment of people. We may receive hints, ideas, notions of who people are but judgment is a concept that is beyond us; that's why the game is being played to begin with.

Does a mass murderer who repents in his later days deserve a place in heaven or hell? If there is indeed an almighty, that is their job to decide, not ours. I believe Death Billiards is meant to reflect this in how we are really not supposed to know who goes where.
CriticalAndroid Jul 26, 2016 8:11 PM
I would disagree only in the sense that we're honestly not supposed to know the answer. Nothing was actually meant as a hint to anything it's supposed to be intentionally ambiguous. The masks may mean judgment in general, but they're not reflections of the characters, just the fact that judgment takes place here.

Who got sent where will forever remain an intentional mystery. You could also argue that we're not supposed to know because as humans, judgment does not rest within us but in a higher power.
cwtgcheese Jul 7, 2016 4:06 PM
Yeah, I guess my main complaint is that it IS trying to be a half decent high school anime when I was hoping for something a little bit different based on the premise. But that of course is probably just me reading too much into the premise. Can't say I didn't see it coming either.
cwtgcheese Jul 7, 2016 12:33 PM
Your ReLife review is pretty spot on. I'm not necessarily disliking it so far, but they really missed an opportunity to give us a different (jaded adults') perspective on living school life.
KetsuRen Jul 7, 2016 12:23 PM
To be completely honest you seem to have forgotten that Arata was offered a job at the competition of the ReLIFE Program. He even says throughout the whole series that the job is the only reason he is willing to get involved in the program (obviously for the sake of plot, drama develops and he now has more reasons for participating in the program but you get my point). I also feel a lot of your points come from the anime being only 12 episodes. Obviously the manga and anime are two separate medias and shouldn't be compared but the manga does go into things a bit more in depth with almost everything which the anime did lack a bit. That's what I got from your review anyway.
Comic_Sans Dec 24, 2015 8:13 AM
mochakawaiibear Oct 31, 2015 8:44 PM
Hahahahahahehehehehahahehehehah ur comedy man
ZephSilver Sep 29, 2015 6:24 PM
I just made a double take on your profile picture... wawwwwwwwww lol
ZephSilver Sep 29, 2015 2:35 PM
dat Okusama review, thank you :')
Madaonaire Sep 29, 2015 11:07 AM
Why would you give Okusama ga Seitokaichou a bad rating, simply because it didn't live up to your expectations? It was as clear as day, that it was gonna be one hell of a fanservice anime and tbh it did serve its purpose splendidly :)
Looking for something like a deeper plot in a pure fanservice anime and then being disappointed, that's just kinda weird^^
Doflamingo45 Sep 13, 2015 1:07 PM
yo faget, u a grammar nazi?