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Oct 24, 2020
This anime is basically an isekai anime but in this world. The background of the story is that there are many different "other worlds" that people from earth have been summoned into. In some of those worlds there are dimensional portals, allowing the "heroes summoned from earth" to eventually return and about half of them do. Furthermore, it seems that heroes who've gained superpowers, be it super-strength or magic, get to keep them when they come back. There is a special school called "Babel", intended only for those returnees, which helps continue train them for... some purpose.
Our story begins where your usual isekai story ends read more
Oct 22, 2020
The good news is - the art is amazing. The bad news is - that's pretty much the only good thing about this show.
I picked this one up because I was looking for something similar to NagiAsu and this show, de-jure, is similar - a love story with a twist of fantasy. It's a story about a transfer boy and a local girl who share a unique ability of occasionally seeing or hearing glimpses of the future and how it affects their lives and relationships. Sounds pretty sweet. Unfortunately the de-facto truth cannot be further away. The fantasy element is so miniscule to the point read more
Oct 19, 2020
Probably one of the worst Isekai anime possible. First of all, here's the worst thing - You know how in many cases the anime has no real ending because the original manga / novel continues long after the anime ends? Well this is the first time I see it the other way around. This anime is from 2018 while the light novel began in 2013 and for some reason beyond my comprehension the anime doesn't start at the beginning of the story but a lot later. To be blunt, it's like they decided to skip the first season completely and begin with the second season. read more
Oct 13, 2020
TL;DR - This movie is basically the final episode of the third season, so if you've watched it then watch the movie too to see how it concludes. If you haven't watched the third season you really need to watch it first, otherwise you wouldn't understand anything.
The movie follows Bifrost's final scheme. While govt. Karina Komiya is in the public safety bureau building, the entire building locks-up, all doors, both internal and external, are locked, all means of communications are shut-down and several people are taken hostage. It seems that Bifrost are going after Komiya's head. With surrender not being an option, the teams must read more
Oct 13, 2020
The good thing is that compared to the movies this is a huge improvement. The bad thing is that it seemed like nothing could compare to the first season and after watching season 3 my opinion has not changed.
Season 3 happens after Japan has rescinded its isolation policy and is willing to accept immigrants. The story begins with two new inspectors joining the police force. One is an immigrant and the other is a mentalist - a person who can see mental thoughts from traces such as corpses and crime scenes. They attempt to uncover a complex criminal organization which uses a sophisticated chain of read more
Oct 12, 2020
This movie is pretty much a sequel to the first movie (the full feature) and if you thought that one was so bad it couldn't get any worse then this movie is the definite proof that it can.
The movie follows the former enforcer Shinya Kougami after the events of the first movie in SEAU. He takes a ride to the Nepal-Himalaya alliance, yet another country in a middle of a civil war. He rescues a girl who happens to be half-Japanese and who wants to learn how to fight, purely to take revenge on the one who killed her father, then somehow everyone ends up read more
Oct 12, 2020
TL;DR - What a letdown...
This movie focuses on an enforcer named Teppei Sugou, who used to be a soldier, telling the story how he became an enforcer. The entire movie (except for the first five minutes and last two minutes) is a flashback a few years back, which, in my opinion, is a bad thing by itself because it feels like the first minutes of the movie are a spoiler of the entire thing.
Not that the actual story is really noteworthy - An attack on the ministry of defense building resulting in multiple casualties is carried out using a drone who appears to be operated read more
Oct 12, 2020
This one feels like is could have been a filler episode in the first season, which is a big improvement over the last movie (the full feature). This movie at the very least has more depth than just people shooting each other.
The movie begins with a woman named Izumi Yasaka, a latent criminal, arrives at the Tokyo police station and turns herself in while asking for help but she can hardly speak. Turns out she escaped from a special facility for latent criminals called "Sanctuary", where the public safety ministry has no authority and therefore reluctantly agrees to repatriate her, but it is obvious she's read more
Oct 12, 2020
In one word: meh. If I said that season 2 was disappointing because it was just like watching a rerun, this one is disappointing because it's nothing like the original Psycho-Pass. It's more like your standard American action movie, they just need to add Bruce Willis to the voice cast for perfection.

The movie explains that Japan is the only functioning country in the world, due to the Sybil system, and the rest of the world is just one big warzone with no functioning governments. Japan is leading an effort to stabilize the region by having Sybil remotely manage foreign countries as well, starting with the read more
Oct 12, 2020
I gave the first season of Psycho-Pass a 9, so you can say that the second season is really disappointing. I would have given it a significantly higher score if it were the first season though. The reason - they are basically identical. The second season is virtually the same as the first, just add a new freshman inspector Mika Shimotsuki, who admires Sybil almost religiously and does everything by the book, even when it leads to deaths of innocents. There's a new villain but he's virtually a copy of the one from the first season - again, he's someone who cannot be judged by read more