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Mar 24, 2016
"In a decaying society, art, if truthful, must also reflect decay."

This quote is not only applicable for the plot of the anime, but its critique as well, and Tokyo Ghoul is a perfect example of it. Tokyo ghoul is the king of cringe and edginess. Especially edginess.

Before I address what I mean by that, let me just get this out of my way right now. This anime is NOT bad. By any means, the plot is fairy interesting, and, uh... yeah, the plot is fine. However, what I really want to talk about is what, for me and some of you I'm sure, completely overshadows read more
Feb 16, 2015
Just wanna let you know, before you start reading my review, I generally write short, on to the point reviews, simple and understandable. Hate reading overly lengthy reviews and going through every unnecessary point as some of the reviewers do, so expect this one to be short (Ironically, didn't turn out to be so short.)

Scrolling through the other reviews left me wondering.
Am I seriously the only one who thought this was such a wtf anime?

So, I loved the beginning, it sparked a great interest for me to see the rest of the anime and I liked the first half.

Then the seventh episode came along and read more
Feb 2, 2015
Just finished watching the show and it left me with a bitter taste in my mouth and I just have to get this off my chest.

Regret is one of the most powerful emotions there is.

I hate writing long essays of review so expect this one to be short. (ironically didn't turn out to be quite short)

So, simply put, the show is kind of divided into several events where they basically transition from one genre to another. 1-6 there's mostly adventure with a bit of comedy, 7-11 action, drama and some romance, and finally the last two focus mainly on romance with a bit of drama.

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Nov 19, 2014
The story is fairly short, only OVA of 2 episodes so it won't be a long review. I prefer writing shorter reviews anyway, since I hate reading 13 pages long essays of some conceited person hairsplitting every single unimportant point.

I came across the anime like any other person does, that is, on teh inturwebs.
I was disappointed it was only an OVA of 2 episodes, not a real deal.

A good intro setting the mood and catching attention of viewer and what I always like seeing, a hint of forbidden romance, which especially makes it intriguing. The story doesn't end but the makers haven't produced more episodes.

Unfortunately, read more
Oct 24, 2014
1.Tired of tearjerker dramas who steal romance's seat as central plot?✓
2.Tired of overly-tryharding rom-coms which are mostly just comedic?✓
3.Tired of harem/ecchi anime with no real romance development?✓
4.Ever wondered how a perfect romantic story would look like?✓

I remember watching it first time. I never felt so satisfied watching something before as much as I did this anime.
This is THE anime that got me into anime world.
The biggest strength of Maid Sama is the perfect flow. It's done by the book and it's done well.

Misaki Ayuzawa is a strict, school loving man-hater with no interest in any kind of romantic relationship.
Usui Takumi is all-around "perfect" guy majority read more