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Dec 8, 2017
While it's no secret that I am a major fan of the Rockman series, Megamix offers a fresh new take on the popular franchise while keeping what made the series so beloved. The first thing you'll notice is the distinct visual style.

Hitoshi Ariga offers a very "updated" design for the robots while not entirely redesigning them. A lot of small details add a bit more complexity to the simple Rockman style. The characters themselves are also given a lot more personality. As lots of the robot masters aren't given a lot of backstory in the games, Ariga had a lot to work with and read more
Dec 7, 2017
If you are a major fan of Animal Crossing, you should watch this. The main character, Ai, is reminiscent of the journey one goes on when they play the game. She starts off confused, until she eventually starts to fit into town after a while and she even made some friends.

The worst part of this movie was Whitney by far. I never liked her as a villager, and she's even more of a stuck-up jerk in this movie. Other than her, the rest of the characters are likable and fun. I loved how they portrayed Mr. Resetti especially.

The artwork stands out as it is read more
Dec 7, 2017
I only watched this out of sheer curiosity when I found it under "found media" on the lost media wikia. While most lost media goes missing because it sucks, sometimes there's an exception to the rule and you unearth a hidden gem. Abunai Sisters is not one of those exceptions.

There is not a single likable character in the entire series. You have 2 annoying and self-absorbed celebrities who only talk about their boobs and how it's "so hard" being a celebrity, an annoying creepy dude who pretty much represents anyone who would unironically like this garbage show, and a straight up ripoff of Yubaba read more
Dec 7, 2017
A must-watch anime for cat lovers! This anime focuses on a small kitten who was taken home by a child. While Chi is trying to adjust to life with the family, the human characters are trying to make sure their strict landlord doesn't discover Chi's existence, as pets aren't allowed in their apartment.

Each episode is very short, so it's easy to sit down and breeze through a couple episodes at a time. It has some familiar moments for those who have ever owned a cat (for example, Chi preferring an empty box to the expensive toys the father bought her). The anime reminds us why read more