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Oct 7, 2017
The funniest thing I have read all week was about a woman thinking of getting a lobotomy after her dog calming down after getting one. Before that, it was reading through our local nazi party's political ideas and before that it was someone laughing way too much at a picture of a dromedary (it was actually a gazelle, but that's beside the point).

The point is that I'm not much for manga comedy. They almost never makes me react more than a giggle so it's possible that my distaste for Cheerful Amnesia is purely due to a disconnect between my brand of humor and the read more
Sep 24, 2017
Steins ; Gate is the anime equivalent of most mainstream action movies, watered-down content-less drivel completely devoid of artistic value aimed at mass consumption. It checks every box that people use in order judge anime in order to avoid criticism, which in turn makes its massive fanbase gang up on anyone with a dissenting opinion feeling as if they defend the theory of relativity when someone complains about Einstein based on his hairstyle. That being said, I don't restrain myself by only giving low scores to teenage power fantasies where the screentime is equally divided between pantyshots, infodumping and incohohrent yelling, instead I will judge read more
Apr 3, 2017
The morale of the story for this one is that it's okay to rape people who write erotic fiction because they're just writing out their own desires they otherwise can't express. There's no redeemable qualities here, it's just a disgusting piece of smut with Nasu-tier sex scenes. The story is beyond retarded and I shouldn't have to mention it's not fleshed out at all. The characters are extremely flat and the art is mediocre at best. So yeah, it has no redeeming qualities and all we get is an edgy, poorly written smutfest that somehow thinks rape is okay (and very romantic).
Feb 25, 2017
I understand short manga doesn't have much time to flesh out it's content, but you should at least put some thought into it. I don't mind simple works but this feels like the author just wrote a manga about their favorite daydreams without bothering to make the necessary changes. As it stands, Bokutachi no Tabi isn't terrible at its core, but the shell is impressively messy with a ton of plot devices and ridiculous conveniences. If the core was more impressive I could forgive its shortcomings but as it stands, it's just a couple bland characters running away from home for minor reasons and after read more
Jan 5, 2017
Do you like seeing the same joke repeated over and over again with little to no variation? If so, then you'll like the first part of this manga. It wasn't funny the first time, and repeating it six more times while adding nothing of value certainly didn't make it better.

The second part is a bit better, but it's still just bland characters being gay to each other with a little bit of comedy thrown in. It's mediocre at best.

The only thing of value in this manga is the bonus panels, which are the only funny things about Love/Death. It's not enough to make it worth read more
Jan 2, 2017
This is the epitome of a timepasser manga. It's a non-progressing comedy manga that's consistently funny throughout, but never hilarious. While there's not a single thing about it that stands out, everything works well together. While the occasional side character is stupidly one-dimensional, it's not much of an issue for a manga that has no higher aspirations than making you laugh.

The only real issue I have with it is that it's way too hard to keep track of all the side characters (especially Haruka's friends, some of which I still can't tell apart after 305 chapters). I could take issue with things like weak character-building, read more
Jan 24, 2015
Dementia is one of the rarest genres when it comes to TV anime. There are currently only 3 of them listed on MAL: Neon Genesis Evangelion, Serial Experiments Lain and Boogiepop Phantom. Most anime watchers have probably heard of the first two countless of times while Boogiepop does not get the same amount of recognition. So why is Boogiepop not considered a classic as well?

Let's start with the story. Boogiepop has an episodic and non-linear structure that works surprisingly well. Each episode focuses on one character and a theme related to said character. Some episodes move the plot forward more than others, but each of read more