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Nov 10, 2017
The Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru series is probably one of the only "dark magical girl" animes since Puella Madoka Magi Magica to stand on it's own whilst still having it's dark underlining themes as a result and not be made a ripoff of, see Genei wo Kakeru Taiyou for the latter.

Seeing Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru: Washio Sumi no Shou which is a prequel already got LA under some skepticism as to how this prequel mini series was going to pan out. From this even being a prequel it was already going to get dealt with the "inevitability" and "knowing what's gonna read more
Nov 6, 2017
So uhhh...Okusama ga Seitokaichou! gotten several more layers of cake from this season and NOT in a good way.

Okusama ga Seitokaichou!+!'s second season by all means did "try" to reel in the minor characters and give them a bit of screentime in comparison to the first season, characters such as Karen Fujisaki and Ayane Niikura while teasing the "relationship" between Hayato and Rin...in the most blatant fanservicey way possible. Hayato and Ui's relationship for this second season also seemed to have static pretty quickly what with Hayato's pseudo-harem formed and given their screentime, add in a new character in the form of Honoka Saijou voiced read more
Oct 29, 2017
And so begins the final chapters of Ashirogi Muto...

Bakuman's Final Season shows us the culmination and the finale of the duo Ashirogi Muto and them trying to achieve their dreams with all the trials and tribulations to go with it.

First thing is first would just to get the faults of this third season out of the way. LA's first gripe with this third season would be the new rival in the form of Tooru Nanamine voiced by Shinnosuke Tachibana who appears quite early in the anime, he is essentially what would have happened if Ashirogi Muto and Miura's author-editor relationship worsened and Nanamine is straight read more
Oct 19, 2017
And so, the daily lives and struggles of becoming the Number 1# Shounen Jack mangaka goes on...with harsher trials and tribulations for Ashirogi Muto!

LA will say it here and now just to get this out of the way, Bakuman. 2nd Season had exceeded LA's expectations as well as raze LA's worries and problems that Bakuman had in it's first season and THEN SOME, it's amazing...and "near masterpiece" of anime about a duo trying to be the best in the mangaka industry.

LA would at the very least start with their trials and tribulations that Ashirogi Muto goes through, from changing editors, tenser rivalry, getting sick, complacency read more
Oct 13, 2017
Shiki (Anime) add (All reviews)
A boy who cried wolf horror thriller anime with the paranoia, death and bloodshed to great effect...

Shiki for LA lives up to it's name of a rather uniquely abnormally well done horror thriller vampire story with interesting characters, plot of a village rapidly dying off and a good use of common vampire lore taken to interesting extremes.

First and foremost before LA starts going in depth with Shiki, is that well...welcome to LA's Halloween anime review for 2017, yes it's early but by the time LA is wrote this, the coincidental timing of the date of this review was a perfect time write about Shiki even read more
Oct 2, 2017
"Fist 1, reason 0"

Such a simple statement, yet so Symphogear!

Senki Zesshou Symphogear AXZ is just utterly amazing experience for LA, from the first season's inconsistency but brimming with personality, to G going god damn crazy with it's plot and characters and was LA's personal favourite season of Symphogear to GX's still having it's own personality but felt less awesome in comparison to G and now AXZ comes into the fray and it's just as amazing...maybe even better?.

From character development of the majority of the main cast as well as developing the new villains in this season and world building on the Alchemist that it did read more
Sep 30, 2017
Sooo have Sakura Quest's quest to give a town recognition with Love Live's idol ranking just substitute idols with sentai action heroines...strangely it works.

To be honest here though, LA's first impressions on Action Heroine Cheer Fruits was not a great one, from Action Heroine Cheer Fruits' sentai element being amateur-ish (which WAS the point) and cringeworthy by that matter for such a simple matter of pleasing Mikan Kise's little sister. However Action Heroine Cheer Fruits is one of those animes where you need to take a step back and wait for it to get better and it does.

Action Heroine Cheer Fruits kickstarts with that incident read more
Sep 30, 2017
"What does it take to be a hero?"...or on the flipside "How can you make a villain a villain?"

Before LA starts this review LA needs to quote something back in LA's Boku no Hero Academia first season review

"HOWEVER, with Boku no Hero Academia getting a second season, LA wishes that the second season expands more on the world of superheroes and give some of Izuku's classmates some limelight (not an entire episode focus or anything but give the more interesting characters from this huge character roster some time in the limelight) as well as Izuku's growth into being a great superhero"

WISH GRANTED.

Boku no Hero read more
Sep 29, 2017
Geez... and LA thought fighting over bento boxes was a stupid and wacky premise for a shounen.

Cheating Craft is but a simple anime short shounen about essentially cheating your way through superpowered school equipment and the like in order to even stand a chance in the world. But our fledging cheater and genius of Cheating Craft Shokatsu Mumei voiced by Tomohiro Yamaguchi and Qiao Yi Huang voiced by Rie Kugimiya will beat the national test in order for Mumei's father to be freed from prison for a crime he did not commit..........so basic shounen plot right there.

We also get the typical rivals and allies such read more
Sep 28, 2017
Gamers! (Anime) add (All reviews)
LA had been an avid gamer since LA's teen years before dropping it off through console jumps as such but still occasionally play games of the sorts. LA is now something of a retro gamer as of late. What does this have to do with Gamers!, because Gamers! is relatable....to an extent.

If there was one statement LA would place on Gamers! plot, it would be "a snowballing misunderstandings love dodecahedron with gamers of all sorts". Now it's not a bad thing but it's also a good thing in a sense. As such, the misunderstandings the main cast goes through do let us see both sides read more