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Dec 15, 2017
People's feelings are memories that transcend time...a quote that will forever be burned into my hippo-campus; as Kurisu Makise would say...

Now how would you go about making a movie that not only surpasses it's predecessor by feats unknown to man, but become something more that would have me gawking at my own computer screen...Steins;Gate: Load Region of Déjà Vu is the ultimate answer to that.

Our story continues one year later after the events of the original series. We find Makise on a plane back to her metaphorical "home" to be brought onto a whimsical journey into time that Okabe was traveling once before her. read more
Dec 11, 2017
After re-watching Steins;Gate for a second time, I have to say that I'm even more impressed with it now than I ever was before.

I'm not even sure where to start. This entire show is a roller coaster of emotions. Going from a slow start, to the brink of humanity. It starts out so innocent but ends up in a bloody mess as you travel through time with the infamous Okabe, and his lab members he acquires through time, showing their stories as we try to find out why certain events arise.

Honestly I can't say I've found any faults with the art-style, it's all very seamless read more
Dec 11, 2017
I'd be going out on a limb to call this the best anime ever, but for me personally it will always hold a special place in my heart.

Kill La Kill was an anime that I was anticipating to watch for a long time, and finally just a week ago, I started my long journey with Ryuuko Matoi & her sailor uniform, Senketsu.

When Ryuuko first enters Honnouji Academy, she's a feisty young girl with a goal in mind: find out who killed her father. And she does, sort of. At first glance she thinks the student council president, Satsuki Kiryuuin was the main culprit, but soon read more
Dec 11, 2017
Coming into this anime you would think that it's about a brother who adores his little sister, and you'd be right. But what this anime does good is hide the fact that there's much more going on than what we're lead to believe.

Oreimo 2 continues it's adventures with Kirino and her friends as they go and learn more about each other and grow as individuals. The biggest improvements being with Saori, and the story about her life, and why she's so keen about wearing her strange glasses. As well as rapping up why Kirino has always had the burning passion to dislike her brother. read more
Dec 6, 2017
And the winner of the most over-the-top antics goes to...wait what are we doing here again?

Aho Girl is an anime about just that, an un-intelligent girl who happens to be in love with her neighbor who desperately hates her. And in her endeavors to try to sway his feelings, she gets nearly nowhere and achieves nothing outstanding besides making her self look like a fool. You follow the lives of Yoshiko & Akuru who happen to go to the same school and travel on their mis-adventures to nowhere.

The animation is good, and the OP and voice acting are just as good. Nothing too spectacular, read more
Nov 16, 2017
If there's one sub-genre of sci-fi I enjoy the most, it's Cyberpunk, and this anime nails the hammer in the coffin.

To start, we have a city that is mostly high tech, with your average slums and low life areas, which is where Cyberpunk gets its motto: "High Tech, Low Life." The first few scenes we see in the first episode are breathtaking. It captures an ideal world that would suit the modern day idea of a cyberpunk reality, only very much more realistic than anything I have seen so far. We start with a new girl named Akane Tsunemori, who at the beginning is a read more
Oct 31, 2017
Oh Umaru, if only you weren't so perfect.

Himouto! Umaru-chan is about a girl named Umaru who is a princess while outside, but when she's in her secluded domain, she turns into a lazy, junk foodie who doesn't do anything but laze around and play video games all day. She has an older brother named Taihei who took her in when she was younger, and as she got comfortable living with him she slowly started to become more lazy. It's an interesting story that doesn't have many exciting things going on, and is mainly about the characters, but is nonetheless entertaining to watch.

As usual Art and read more
Oct 21, 2017
I've never been on such an emotional journey in my life, ever.

Your Lie In April is one anime I will never forget, and for good reason. The story is simply about a boy who lost his touch with music, but slowly developed over time into something astonishing. It's a slow start as you get to know the characters and understand the story, but when you finally reach the precipice, it all makes sense. Being a musician myself, I truly resonate with this story. It shows that not only do you have to have connection with your music, but it shows that you need to have read more
Oct 18, 2017
When it comes to an anime like this, you know that it's going to be filled with ecchi and perverted moments galore. But what you didn't know is that this anime, aside from other ones just like this, actually has good, enjoyable characters with a good backstory.

This is basically a continuation from where we left off in the OVAs'. Rito is still being accused of being the "accidental pervert" that he is. And the funny gags that are in just about every episode are even more so, but the question is. WHY does this anime deserve the score I gave.

Like I said before, this read more
Oct 5, 2017
K-On!! (Anime) add (All reviews)
I had a smile on my face the entire time of watching this.

I know there's people who say that this series has too much "moe" but honestly, I feel that it's the best blend of cute and serious when it needs to be.

The story is about four seniors in high school who are close to graduation. They are in a small club called the Light Music Club, and are joined with another girl named Azuza. The five of them make up the LMC. Over the progression of the show you get to hear the differences in their music performance, and you really get to read more