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Oct 28, 2009
I've come to the realization that pretty much everything in life is subjective ( TV, movies, food, books, music, etc.). Just because one or two people say something is crap, doesn't really mean it is crap. .

Same can be applied to anime, one person will say an anime they have seen sucks, but there might be more people who actually think it's good regardless of it's flaws and such.

A good example of this would be, of course, Sister Princess.

Plot: Wataru Minakami is a smart guy who, due to a computer glitch, failed his high school entrance exam. He soon finds out he was accepted to read more
Oct 9, 2009
I've come to realize that with all the newest animes coming out recently, there are still others that people seem to have forgotten, that or they've never heard of any of these shows. I'm talking about the kind of animes that are really good and underrated, but seem to have slipped under the radar.

The Law of Ueki, is one of those shows.

Plot:
God has created a tournament, called the battle of the supernatural powers, to decide who will take his place as the ruler of heaven. All 100 god candidates must pick a middle school student, give him/her a strange, yet unique power, and act as read more
Jul 21, 2009
If I were to describe Boogiepop Phantom in 5 words or less, it would be: dark, atmospheric, strange, confusing, and more importantly, outstanding. So what makes this show outstanding? Well that's where this review comes in handy ; ).

First off, Boogiepop is a horror anime, pretty much like Elfen Lied and Higurashi no Naku Koro ni and all three shows also have a few similarities: blood, gory violence, very disturbing, great art and animation, and a dive into the human psyche. But then again, there are the differences between the three and what makes Boogiepop different from the other two is also what makes it read more
Jul 20, 2009
K-On! (Anime) add (All reviews)
First review, don't like it? deal w/ it. Anyway, lets get to it shall we?

Story: There really isn't all that much to say about K-on's plot because, like Azumanga Daioh and lucky Star before it, the plot is nonexistent, seeing that it's a comedy/slice of life anime of course. The entire show is episodic with no arcs at all; each episode has the characters doing things like band practice, shopping, training camp, and stuff like that. Also there's one thing one should keep it mind when expecting something from a slice of life anime: EXPECT NOTHING. Why? Because just about every slice of life anime read more