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Sep 26, 2015
Charlotte can be described like a Golden Corral buffet table: you come in the hungry and with high expectation, and its packed to the brim with all sorts of things you love and recognize, such as selfish Lelouch esque protagonist, the reality of Chuunibyou, the (attempted) feels and moe of Clannad, the humor of Angel Beats!, a Kokoro Connecty set-up, siscom, time-travel, tsundere, yandere, super powers, Slice of Life, light-gore, pop idol songs, love confessions, etc. You read right; this show has yandere characters. This show is packed to the brim with cool motifs, but you're only able to leave with a sick feeling of read more
Sep 23, 2015
Psycho Pass is probably what I get for going into something with high expectations. Not to say it doesn’t set itself up for them; much like Tokyo Ghoul, the first episode of Psycho Pass is interesting, gripping, and intelligent. Its high octane sci-fi dystopia, aided by a little gore and thriller, smattered with moral debate. But again like Tokyo Ghoul, its first episode sets the expectations somewhere where I was left waiting much of the rest of the season for it to go back to the same amount of excitement, where instead, Psycho Pass fills out its 22 episode length with many episodes of exposition read more
Sep 20, 2015
If I were a complete novice to anime and someone introduced me to this show, I would be appalled and mark anime off as nothing more than a gore infested whore house of the art industry, because the show comes equipped with more than a few classic anime cliche's that, when kept apart, are rather appealing, but when thrust together, are a shameful mess on the industry. Mirai Nikki holds serious parallels to Sword Art Online for me: both shows have a wicked concept they are based on, but both are destroyed by pacing and modern anime conventions. In the case of Mirai Nikki, the read more
Sep 16, 2015
Ill just get straight to the point; Gurren Lagann does a lot of things right and wrong. This show can sort of be described as eating a peach; colorful, thick, and tasty on the outside, until you hit the pit. The longer you eat the peach, the less of it there is to enjoy, until you're just holding the cruddy pit and start to realize just how messy it all was. You enjoyed the first part, but that end is hard to swallow.

To truly analyze Gurren Lagann I did include some spoiler information, but for the record, major spoilers are marked.

Gurren Lagann is a read more
Mar 4, 2015
Clannad (Anime) add (All reviews)
In light of my recent Clannad: After Story review, I thought it would be appropriate to put my thoughts on the first season as well, especially considering the vast difference in opinions I have between the two. Many will probably wonder exactly how I manage to uphold a better rating for a prequel that is generally well known for being more mediocre than its almighty predecessor (I mean, people know that, right?), and with that there are two things you should know:

1) Yes, I just might praise this show for qualities I loathe in its sequel. There is reason, and that is
2) I ATTEMPT to focus of read more
Mar 2, 2015
Before you read this review, there are two things you should know.

1) It is only going to add fuel to the fire for those who don’t like Clannad: After Story and infuriate those who do. Read at your own risk.
2)This review isn’t telling you to not watch Clannad or After Story. On the contrary; if you have ever considered it, go watch it. Form your own opinion. This is mine.

Still here? Great.

Ill start off with what I did like about it, so that I don’t come across as a jerk right off the bat. Oh and dont worry; Im not going to tell you Clannad: read more