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Dec 12, 2009
My exposure to Inu Yasha has really opened my eyes to how a fantasy/modern anime should be done. Inu Yasha involves alot of very unique characters (demons, humans alike) each with interesting upbringings and reasons for their inclusion. Admist all of the fighting, trickery, and bloodshed throughout the series, love and romance seem to play the largest part in this franchise as the underlying theme plays on and on throughout each season: "love conquers all".

Whether you're a child, teenager, adult, boy, girl, whatever... you'll connect to either or any of the wide array of chracters introduced throughout this series. read more
Dec 12, 2009
Preliminary
My first impression of Nyan Koi! seemed to be a lighter franchise filled with.. well.. cats. Please read the synopsis before reading this review to familiarize yourself with the story.

This anime (short-lived only 12 eps long) is just average for an anime series. First off, a show entirely about cats is bland. There are all sorts of information pamphlets and such about cats, how they behave, and there are even ways to communicate with them. For the over-the-top cat lover you might find some interest in this story. Furthermore, this show is heavily accented with fan service (in the opening read more
Dec 11, 2009
Bleach (Anime) add (All reviews)
Preliminary
After reading the Manga and watching the Anime like (may I say LIKE) religion itself, I have oddly mixed feelings about this franchise. The author of this manga (kubo tite) was inspired by Akira Toriyama (creator of Dragon Ball franchise in all entirety). From thereonin, you can understand the plotting, oddities, and lack of death to main/supporting protagonists throughout this story.

Unlike other reviewers I refuse to hand out spoilers, but I must say this much about our carrot-topped main dude, Ichigo Kurosaki. Just like many other animes/mangas, the target audience for Bleach seems to be for pre-pubescent adolescent boys at read more
Dec 11, 2009
11eyes (Anime) add (All reviews)
Preliminary
When I watched most of the series, I thought this anime was lacking seriousness. However, I was proven wrong. This anime does have action, love (shown in odd, eerie ways), and a couple unexpected plot twists. The only downer with this show (at least in my opinion) are tiny placements of fan service (yuka's panty shots, swimsuit scene ODDLY PLACED MAKING ZERO SENSE, yuka's hideous obsession with the protagonist, Kakeru). The story itself doesn't have much of a connection with one of the main characters (I refuse to give any spoilers to those interested) and having watched 10 episodes of this read more
Dec 10, 2009
Preliminary
Though the series hasn't finish airing I'll write separate reviews for each of the stories told as told in the anime shows that have aired in Japan:

No Longer Human: Great. In just 4 episodes so much was told. One reason why people should watch the first 4 eps of Aoi Bungaku is because as odd as it may seem MANY OF US ask these questions at one point in our lives or another. I don't want to spoil anything or what happens or transpires so I won't give any references. There are several references to this title so it's difficult read more
Dec 10, 2009
Not having read any of the novels this great yet short series is based off, I really liked the presentation, development, and the events which took place throughout this series.

This story surrounds the main protagonist, Guin. I myself never seen a barbarian-like man with the head of a Leopard! That was the main reason why I got interested in this show and I surely hope it's the reason for others. Besides our bold, responsible, refined, and primal-powered warrior role-model mentioned, the music, side characters, sub-plotting and development are just outstanding!

Though Guin is a very powerful soldier and leader, read more
Dec 10, 2009
Preliminary
I felt compelled to rewrite this review as the previous one I wrote seemed to lack alot of substance.

This story seems to have taken place in a land resembling 15th century England, France, or some other Western-European country. From what I watched, I found this anime great in many aspects because of one of the main songs (not themed) that helped create the atmosphere of the simple yet very interesting storyline concerning the Empire's General wanting to recreate a catastrophe to gain dominance using what they call the Devil's Contract. The devil's contract seemed to use some sort of enchantment to create a read more