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Feb 23, 2015
Incest without guilt would be like sausages without mustard. If you like incest romance, it’s definitely worth watching.

I watched the show then read the visual novel so I’ll include some comparison in here for those who are interested.

Premise:
Boy and girl twins, Haruka and Sora; their parents died. They move into their gandpa’s house in the countryside(granpa is dead). They used to visit Granpa a lot. Lots of girls in this town like Haruka because he is pretty. Omnibus romance ensues. Haruka and Sora try to keep a tight lid on what’s going on between them, but the opening kinda gives it away.

Characters:

Akira is an energetic read more
Feb 20, 2015
Watch it before you read the manga.

Premise:
Guy, Daisuke transforms into Phantom thief Dark. Dark is different personality that lives in his head. Ladies man, very suave. Daiske is a nice dweeb, dreams of being like Dark. Can't stop transforming till girl likes him. In the mean time, he steals magic cursed art.

Opinion:
I liked, no loved this show before I read the manga. Daisuke is such a loser, Risa just tramples over him, and I could sympathize with that. A lot of guys can actually, despite it being about a bunch of bishounen who act ambiguously gay at times, this anime tends to appeal a read more
Feb 20, 2015
Magic, pure magic. Everything that is wrong with Nagisa is right with Tomoyo.

Premise:
Filial piety is restored, and the father receives his child back into his arms by Tomoyo's grace. All mighty, all holy, all loving Tomoyo. None shall come before the father except by her.

Basically, its the Tomoyo/Canon ending for Clannad

Conclusion:
IN one stroke, we fix everything that was wrong with Clannad's ending and avoid the unmitigated catastrophe that was Clannad Afterstory. If that's not worth a ten, I don't know what is. If you're already watching Clannad, watch this, be momentarily happy, and then take the dive and watch Afterstory.
Feb 19, 2015
Episode for episode, this is probably the best anime I've ever seen.

Premise:
Girl, Rakka, wakes up, hatches from cocoon in other world. No memories of past. People around her, called Haibane, have wings and halos. She is Haibane too. She receives name Rakka based on her cocoon dream in which she was falling. Surreal kind of afterlife-ish world. Haibane have to live differently from humans. Girl struggle to adapt to life as a Haibane and reconcile it with feelings from her previous life.

Characters:
Thinking about the Characters, I feel like very few of them stick out. Inter-character relations are a big part of the story, but I'll read more
Feb 19, 2015
Giant robot anime where the only really bad part is the giant robots. First five episodes couldn't hook a worm. If you watch episode 6 and 7 and still don't care, then this isn't for you.

Overview:
Hard not to spoil anything, What can I tell you that isn't a lie?

I'll say the English voice actors thought they were doing an Animatrix series until episode six. You can hear the boredom in their voices go away at that point.

I'll tell you the robots and the organization wielding them are fighting a pointless war. A lot of Sogoru's struggle is to find a point and not get read more
Feb 19, 2015
If you like the first episode, go read the manga.

Overview:
This is an incest comedy wherein common depoctions of little sister characters (and harem characters in general) are satirzed. The story is sympathetic towards the little sister character Nao, and the other harem stereotypes who all turn out to be pretty messed up while admitting that Shuuske, the dude, really doesn't deserve all the attention he gets, and if he is popular with girls it's probably because these girls are certifiably insane often bordering on yandere.

Premise:
Girl, Nao, is obsessed with her perverted older brother Shuuske. She dreams of getting thrown out of the house and running read more
Feb 19, 2015
I'll go ahead and say this is my favorite series.

Overview/Opinion:
I should clarify that and say, if the Monogatari series were one series and not multiple series, they might beat out Cardcaptor Sakura, but as single series go, this one for me is the best.

Cardcaptor Sakura wins me over not because it has the highest quality story or characters, or sound or even animation. Haibane Renmei has it beat on all those counts. Except plot maybe, but stuff like Death Note has it bear there. It is the best because it is seventy episodes long and the quality stays pretty darn amazing for read more
Feb 19, 2015
This one is hard. Definitely a guilty pleasure.

Overview:
I came to this after reading the light novels it was based on. I won't say I loved the novels, I sometimes had to skip over the parts with Anna in them, but I admired their depictions of Akito as a very sound minded kind of guy. He's stuck in a very moe situation, I won't say harem, but very close to it, and unlike most harem heroes, he keeps his head about him. Very little really freaks this guy out. Three girls including his sister are coming onto him hard and he stays relatively cool and can read more
Feb 19, 2015
Preliminary
*spoilers*
The premise sounds... promising. Genetically engineered girls go into deserted Tokyo to inspect the destruction wrought by a reactor that apparently ran on nerve gas, weapons grade plutonium, and the t-virus. Okay a little topical, but there's a lot of focus on the characters and how they feel about being engineered - oh what why can she tame that wolf so fast. Because she has a good sense of smell? Okay... you know what I'll go with it. Why why is that one crying and screaming. Well, I guess the scene was a little emotional, maybe I just didn't notice - Wait, wait a stealth read more