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Aug 11, 2016
There's something thrilling about doing something you're not supposed to. The uncertainty of whether or not someone will catch you in the act of doing it or secretly stand by and watch makes it exciting. In this manga, you will see some explicit materials such as exhibitionism, sex, and nudity. The story of "Aki-Sora" is about a forbidden incestuous relationship between two close siblings. Sora, a middle school boy, and his older sister, Aki, have came into fruition with their feelings and decided to keep their affair a secret. Simultaneously, Sora encounters a few odd people at his school, whom, in which he has sexual read more
Jun 27, 2016
When thinking about superheroes, the phrase, “larger than life” might come to the mind. With the rise of superhero-themed movies and T.V. shows, it would be an understatement to say that stories about superheroes hasn’t influenced pop culture. Inspired from Marvel and DC Comics, Horikoushi Kouhei presents Boku no Hero Academia.

Boku no Hero Academia is a play by play anime that derives its story and artwork from the source material. Meaning that the visuals and story is almost equivalent to the manga. The story of Boku no Hero Academia is about a powerless middle schooler aspiring to become something bigger than he can possibly read more
Jun 27, 2016
Capturing the attention of the audience is quite difficult when creating an animation short. There are a few things to consider such as an original concept, strong script, appealing characters, well executed comedy, and visual allure. Needless to say, Uchuu Patrol Luluco executes these concepts quite well. Furthermore, the repertoire of the creator, Hiroyuki Imaishi, has worked on a considerable amount of anime throughout his career that many anime fans may give him credit to where it’s due. From the person who has worked on titles such as “Kill la Kill”, “Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann”, “Nihon Animator Mihonichi”, “FLCL”, “Neon Genesis Evangelion”, and “Panty & read more
Feb 13, 2016
Considering the title of this anime, one might assume it's about a girl who has magical prism powers. Sorry to disappoint you, but there’s no supernatural powers here. For a 12 minute OVA, Nijiiro Prism Girl is very fast paced. Without a doubt, this anime expects you to adapt to the world and characters that are presented to you. I, myself, love a good flushed out romance story, but this cuts straight into the climactic events in a short amount of time without the extra buildup. In the 12 minute time frame they had, the series provided a quick backstory for each character that was read more
Jan 18, 2016
I seriously did not know there was a third season for Miss Monochrome: The Animation, but after I saw the listings of anime for Fall 2015, I knew I had to watch it. I know I am pretty late to review it since it’s 2016 but who knew it would come out so soon after the second season?

Anyway, Miss Monochrome: The Animation 3’s storyline takes place right after the second season. In this season, Miss Monochrome’s album has finally been released and she is now preparing her tour to become more famous. From my point of view, it seems as if this season read more
Jan 11, 2016
I was certainly glad to hear that there was a second season coming out for Miss Monochrome. Now that I have watched it, I must say that I am somewhat disappointed.

For those who don’t know the story of Miss Monochrome, Miss Monochrome: The Animation 2 is a continuation of the first season, Miss Monochrome: The Animation. Our main character, Miss Monochrome, wants to stand out and become a famous idol. Although she has taken a few steps to become one, she doesn’t know what else to do from there. As a result, she decides to make her first album and go on tour.

The read more
Aug 29, 2015
When I first saw the cover of this anime, I immediately thought it was another typical school, harem, romance anime, but after watching this, it seemed to have proved me wrong. The Pet Girl of Sakurasou is a dramatic, slice of life, romantic comedy that has 24 episodes and will keep you invested to the very end.

Story: (9/10)

The story of The Pet Girl of Sakurasou begins with our main character, Sorata Kanda, who’s enrolled at a school called Suimei University of the Arts or also known as Suiko. After being kicked out of the dorm for keeping a stray cat, Sorata Kanda moves into an read more
Aug 11, 2015
If I had to describe this anime, it would be weird and random, but funny at the same time. I have no idea what I just watched, but I like it! For a 4 minute show, Miss Monochrome will definitely leave you saying, “what just happened” by the end of each episode. If you didn’t know already, Miss Monochrome is a slice of life anime.

Story: (8/10)

The story begins with our main character, Miss Monochrome, aspiring to become a popular idol like Kikuko on T.V. and her caretaker, Mana, asks to be her manager. She becomes her manager and requests 19.3 billion yen as the read more
Aug 6, 2015
Have you ever watched something so ridiculous you couldn’t have enough of it? That’s what this is. Kiss x Sis is so ridiculous, you just can’t stop watching it. This anime is like a box of assorted candy, you don’t know what you’re going to expect. The genre’s for this anime are harem, ecchi, romance, school, and comedy.

Story: (6/10)

The story’s setting is like any other school based anime you watch. You see the typical track field, the school classroom, and the typical festival. The story itself, however, is something you don’t usually see in an anime. The main character, Keita, has to choose between one read more
Jul 24, 2015
This is truly a magnificent anime that is underrated and should be watched. How do you make a show that is only based on SEGA’s game consoles? You slap on a SEGA vibe and create a world about it. There are 13 episodes and the duration of each one is about 11 minutes long. For an 11 minute episode, it sure knows how to keep you entertained and informed at the same time.

Story: (10/10)

The story revolves around three characters based on SEGA’s game consoles, the Dreamcast, Sega Saturn, and Mega Drive, who have just enrolled in a school called SeHaGaga Academy at Tokyo’s Haneda Otorii read more