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Jun 14, 2019
Everybody's favorite red panda is back with more rage than ever.

This season, we got an introduction of a new character to the office, Anai, who freshly graduated from college and into the office. However, he seems to know more about his personal rights which adds a hilarious chemistry with the cast.

We also move a huge step forward in life, with this season focuses more on the concept of marriage plus relationships which can affect the dynamics with pretty much everyone in your surroundings.

We might have gotten less screen time in the office but we get to see more of Retsukp's personal life and her problems read more
Jan 18, 2019
Boogiepop (2019) is a faithful adaptation of the novel/manga and is not an original story like the one released in 2000.

Since the series had recently started airing he fourth episode and it is a new arc, it gave me the sense that the series will be focusing on different arcs and different characters, emphasizing on the fact there will be amazing world building that we will see really soon.

-The story focuses on the theme of humanity and immediately as the series start we get to see the disgusting nature of human beings and how the good characters are more 'obvious' to our eyes if read more
May 16, 2018
As someone who played the visual novel, I can say that this is a better version of the game (so far)
I will keep this short. Potential spoiler as of episode 5-6. Do not worry.

This takes place in the Beta world line where Kurisu is dead and cannot be saved (episode 24 does not exist, theoretically). We get to see Okabe going through depression as he loses the woman he loves to protect his childhood friend who he shares precious memories with.

This is not a random story, it is hinted in the original (and the VN more vividly) about Kurisu's project in the US, we got read more
May 13, 2018
"Don't judge a book by it's cover"

I am actually shocked with how this show, with the most childish art and animation style, is one of the greatest anime I had seen which tackles mature and relatable to adult struggles and in an office in particular.

We see how the main character, Retsuko, a red panda who is frustrated with how her life turned out to be and how it is like in an office where she is fed up and looks for ways to avoid that alongside stereotypical office people you will end up meeting. I am shocked Sanrio approved this and it is probably their read more
May 2, 2018
I actually liked the first episode of the series, thought it was going to focus on the photography aspects of love and romance, but as time goes on, I noticed something, this is basically every single cliche in romance plus comedy bundled into one, does not make it a bad thing.

I will keep this short so bare with me.

Mislead for me from the start, I just expected something else.
Why a 5? It just seems rather cliche and seen before story, a weeb comes to Japan with her friend who so happens to be a guardian and vows to protect her, yeah I haven't seen read more
Mar 30, 2018
Proofread and has no spoilers. I will give a review of both the first and second half because both are vastly different in quality.

As someone who partially read the manga and finished the anime, I just want to say that in my defense, The series has 12 episodes and I loved the first 6 but it lost its charm during the second half (episode 10 is the only good episode in the second half)

Anyway, I will try to keep this short.

7 for story

This is not really a spoiler, it is just how you view this anime, this is a romance plus achieving goals/ ambitions read more
Dec 31, 2017
Honestly, this manga made me laugh so much to the point that my stomach hurts, heck I have the strips saved on my phone just because of how absurd and hilarious it is.

The amount of Japanese and Western parody such as Annie, Michael Jackson and Disney Classics such as Aladdin involved reaches out to not just Japanese audiences, but to the rest of the globe (basically not a niche). However, there are some puns in which Japanese might only get and require some Reddit guide but when you get the joke or not, you'll laugh due to the comedy genius and meta humor.

This is a read more
Oct 10, 2017
I am going to keep this short as how this prologue made me wish I have short term memory. Here we go:

The visual novel is pretty good, I am around 35 hours deep into the game and my god how terrible this is.

For starters, this is heavily rushed, like doing a college thesis 2 hours before its due. Episode 0 is supposed to give you a general impression of the series and what to expect, I will expect to see a game over 50 hours long composed in 18 episodes which is 23 x 18= 414 minutes of rushed content.

Nothing is explained properly but minimal read more
Sep 28, 2017
One of the most underrated comedy anime in my opinion.

No spoilers, I promise.

Story- 9

Honestly there is no story, but that is the point and along with self aware jokes that does not drag and not being so repetitive and when you are linking this to the story which is the MC (Kusuo's everyday life with psychic powers) is expected of a comedy anime.

Art: 8
Could be better for a 2016 anime, but does not ruin the overall experience, heck makes it funnier.

Sound: 9

I actually like the soundtrack of the anime it is memorable (shocking tbh)
Just repetitive.


My god they are all so funny. Literally I am read more
Sep 16, 2017
I feel like I am too generous giving this a 6 but here we go. It will contain spoilers so...

Not being biased, in fact I support original anime but this one is questionable.

Story: 6
Well, it did have a great concept and story about how, well creations are in the land of the gods, also known as Earth. It started off pretty decent but then went downhill with lots of filler talks and conversations which proves 89% are useless at the end of the story. How nice? Other than that, it was pretty decent but did improve in the second half of the anime.

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