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May 1, 2017
There's only a chapter of this story in translation, and its awkwardly done, but the art! This manga is breathtaking! Every panel is incredibly detailed and the characters are all uniquely drawn and interesting to look at. The story seemed interesting from what I could decipher. I liked the gloomy tone and that the characters were college kids instead of the usual high schoolers. Treat it like an art book and take the 20 minutes to check out the one chapter out there. Its so worth it! (Also if someone wants to finish translating this you've got at least one person down to read it read more
Dec 13, 2016
Did you love the first two seasons of Osomatsu-san and desperately need something to fill the sextuplet shaped hole in your life? Do you know anything about horse racing? Do you have half an hour to kill? If so then you might as well check this out.
This was a mediocre episode of Osomatsu-san. Most jokes didn't stick, and the ones that did were chuckle worthy at best. I'd say that there's a lot more gross-out humor in here than in the actual series, and most of it was pretty lazy. Art is noticeably stiffer than in the original series as well. There's only so many read more
Mar 7, 2015
Heads up before you read: A Cat and a Bird (or just Cat and Bird) is a Korean manhwa, which are read left to right instead of right to left like most manga fans are used to.

Story (6): The story of Cat and Bird is nothing spectacular. Unless you're into teen angst I wouldn't recommend it. It may be a bit deeper than your average shoujo or slice of life, but not by much, and at times it shows its age (there's no date on this thing, but I'm guessing it's a mid to late nineties piece.) Things like character relationships and time frames read more
May 9, 2014
This is more of a warning than a review. There's no reason to see this OVA. It's literally the first 20 minutes of the film. If you've already seen it and the OVA is still fresh in your mind just skip about 20 minutes into the movie.
Dec 17, 2013
Busta! (Manga) add (All reviews)
So you've decided to go see an action movie at a movie theater. However, due to unforeseen complications you've arrived 20 minutes late. As you rush into the theater you look at the screen to see a man, who you assume to be the main character, beating up a random stock enemy, but you don't know why. This is more or less the beginning of BUSTA!

Lots of manga start out like this, but the problem with BUSTA! is that it assumes you already have a pretty good idea of what's going on. A few hints about the read more
Sep 18, 2013
Need more of the cute, odd, and overall strange world of Alien Nine? Then Alien Nine Emulators is for you! If you liked the original manga and want to see the story progress even further, then you need to pick this up.

The story's just as weird, confusing, and quirky as it was before and the art style is still perfectly moe in the most ironic way possible. As a plus, we even get to see one of the main reasons Kumi hates being class president! Now put on your Borg and roller skates, and don't forget your lacrosse net, because you still have read more
Aug 31, 2013
Animation Runner Kuromi is cute, fun, and pretty hilarious too! The story begins when Kuromi starts her first day at work. Unfortunately for her, after her production manager faints from being overworked, she's forced to take his job and become the next production manager. This might not have been that bad if the animators weren't so lazy that they couldn't even be bothered to work at the studio most of the time. With a fast approaching deadline and barely any of the show animated, can Kuromi get it done in time?!?

The story itself is pretty basic. What really makes it shine read more
Aug 22, 2013
These are cute shorts that were released after each episode premiered in Japan. Though they may provide a bit of information they mainly just make fun of the show and it's characters. As for the comedy they're usually hit or miss, but since they're a bit under 2 minutes it's not a huge waste of time if you don't think the joke's funny. The Chibi art style is pretty simple and can easily be compared to the anime Wooser's Hand to Mouth Life. If you haven't seen Gargantia then I'd recommend watching these the way they were intended (episode 1, special 1, episode read more