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Sep 23, 2011
So, I really, REALLY disliked the only other work I read by Hwang Mi Ri, He Dedicated to Roses. But my friend said I didn't understand her work because I didn't read any of her other works. So I caved and I picked another one to read... this manhwa. But can I just say that Hwang Mi Ri's titles make me want to vomit? Ugh. Hate.

But just so you know a little about the mindset from which this review stems, I don't normally want to read romance stuff-- I just do what people say in the hopes that one day I too will become popular-- read more
Dec 31, 2009
Do you like Cinderella? Do you like gender swap? Do you like drama? Do you like relationship angst everywhere? Do you like jokes?

You probably like at least one of those things. This story has all of those. But it's executed terribly. So don't read it. (By the way, this is going to be a long review because I find a lot of fault with this.)

Story: Poor. 3.

The IDEA is that the main character is a plain girl. But when she's dressed as a boy, she's cute. And guess what she does from time to time (I mean other than has feminine problems)!

Right, she dresses read more
Dec 31, 2009
Ikigami (Manga) add (All reviews)
If you, like many other people on this website, are a fan of psychological drama, then I think this is the right manga for you. Really! It's a great choice for anyone into this genre.

Story: 7/10
In my humble opinion, when you see the chapter start splash for the first chapter, you pretty much have a clear example of what this manga is about. The children are like the people of Japan in this series-- they're afraid. Some of them don't really seem to be afraid, some seem angry or maybe just slightly concerned or perhaps just questioning. But for the most part, they're afraid. And read more
Dec 26, 2009
Sonic X (Anime) add (All reviews)
There's something to be said when a Sonic fan hates a Sonic show so much that they have to write a review on a public website so that other people can see it and (most likely) disagree. But let me say this clearly: I am a huge Sonic the Hedgehog fan and I hate this show.

Why do I hate this show so much? Well, let's compare it to the best Sonic TV Show ever, Sonic SatAM.

Sonic X: well... maybe like, 5 out of 10.
Sonic SatAM: 9/10

Any of you who remember Sonic SatAM know that the storyline was pretty intense while still at the same read more
Nov 23, 2009
There's something to be said about school dramas. In my opinion, a school drama must be connected to the real for the most part-- anything that is supposed to be imitating, and not mocking, reality should be connected to the real. Reality, where things are not black and white, requires that an author look at their characters and make judgments based on the characters they meet on a day to day basis.

That's why I can't give this a good review. I just can't.

Story: 2/10
I give this a 2 because this type of story is dry and uninteresting. A shy girl needs to pick between two read more
Nov 20, 2009
Story: 9/10

I will say that when you start reading it you will realize that this is one of those never ending stories. The kind where there's no cap on the enemy in the beginning of the manga, so the story can drag on forever. These stories also usually happen to be the ones with fillers in the manga. But it makes up for it with an interesting story and interesting characters!

Art: 10/10

This is definitely my style of anime! For one thing, even though Keima is a boy, he has feminine features but he wasn't drawn as a girl without boobs. Which I guess is sort read more
Nov 13, 2009
If you're the kind of person who appreciates a good story about demons, fighting, friendship, and growing up, then Konjiki no Gash Bell could be right for you. The characters are believable, the logic is easy to follow, there are no long random deviations from the main plot of the story that don't somehow tie in, and most importantly, it ends.

I think that for the most part the characters in this series are those that could be conceivable in the real world. Obviously not all aspects of each character could be perceived as true in our reality, but I do believe that most, if not read more