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Oct 20, 2020
I know this is like 2 years late but considering I wrote reviews for the whole series (and surprisingly enough, all of them were years later) so let's continue this tradition I guess.

After 4 years since the very disappointing OVA, we finally get to see the trip to Okinawa and Thankfully, it was extremely entertaining.

The movie is pretty much what the whole series is about, cute and realistic interactions showing both the good and bad of everything. We see our characters go to a new place and experience the new scenary and activities. We also get introduced to a new character, Aoi, and read more
Oct 10, 2020
Preliminary
Do you know that feeling, when your friend keeps saying the same joke over and over again? You know it might have been a bit funny at the start but overtime you come to hate it. This is pretty much this manga.

The manga is based on one thing, a guy who is so straight forward and loud. He says whatever is on his mind with no regards of how to act. Might sound like a decent idea but it just never gets any good. It becomes more annoying every chapter and at times my eyes hurt from how loud the chapters are. Pretty weird read more
Oct 1, 2020
This is probably the best anime I have seen when it comes to presenting mental pressue and damage. There are lots of great anime about the psychological fights we face and a great example of this is Kaiji. Since I watched Kaiji around 5 years ago, I have not seen anything close to that level of writing. Re;zero then came to mind, a show that was able to match and even go beyond the amazing psychological fights and struggles we see in anime or shows in general.

The story continues from the ending of the previous season and although it doesn't have as much time read more
Sep 28, 2020
One of the most important aspects of anime is the animation, having great animation can make an anime better but when it comes to The God of High School, the animation is the only thing it has.

I remember the first episode when it aired and even when the commercials and the news about the anime being made was out, I was told to expect some of the best fights I will see and it was going to be very exciting. And they were right. It was very exciting. But having good fights can't carry a series. Sure fighting-focused anime have a lot of that read more
Sep 24, 2020
And that's it, the end of a journey that lasted 7+ years is finally here and as a lot of anime end, it ended in a disappointment.

**********SPOILER ALERT**********

We all know the saying "The journey is better than the destination" but this is way off in Yahari. The destination is actually the good part and the journey was more like fodder placed just to reach it.
This season of Yahari felt like naruto filler arc most of the time, this is how every episode went:
1) Yui crying.
2) Hachiman doing his "deep" monologue about some random shit.
3) Some old joke from season 1/2 being read more
Sep 3, 2020
If you ever wander how good an over the top romantic-comedy can get then this is the anime for you.

When I started this anime, I really liked one thing, the characters.
The characters actually have feelings other than "wanting to be in love" like a lot of other rom-coms. I think the second season of Kaguya-sama was the closest one that really stands out because the characters are more than just the idea of "I will get you to love me". We can see human emotions, friendship, hatred and people betraying and treating each other badly but we get the most unique part of read more
Aug 28, 2020
Preliminary
When trying to make a realistic style manga, there are a lot of ways to go about it. You could focus on some really heavy issues or you can start focusing on the cute parts more than the serious ones and follow the usual slice of life format. Ahiru no Sora is a mix of these 2 and sadly, it isn't a very good one.

Ahiru no sora has a lot of things it does badly than the other way around. When the best thing about the manga is the art then there is a very big issue here and I'll show you most of read more
Aug 20, 2020
Don't you love it when you read a manga, watch an anime or do anything you know will only be fun and relaxing with no stress nor horrible drama? Well... this manga is pretty much that.

The story of 2 rabbits who love labor working for a human and meeting a lot of characters where all of them are cute yet different. Some use the rabbits to their advantage and others just want to care for them which could leave them dead because labor is their life. It's a cute story about 2 very adorable and cute rabbits who happen to meet a very sad read more
Jun 24, 2020
Kami no Tou is a very good anime that has 1 big problem, the pacing. In any medium, you could have a great story ruined by having the wrong pacing and sadly, Kami no Tou suffered from that.

The anime is about our main character Yoru and his journey towards climbing the tower. He isn't doing that out of greed and hoping to have his wishes fulfiled but he is only there to find one person, the one who saved him from his despair.

The characters in the anime are great, a fairly big cast yet the characters were never pushed to the side to make read more
Jun 21, 2020
With the end of the current season, I didn't think I would find myself actually sad to see an anime ending. Most of the shows either had a horrible conclusion or a satisfying one but I never wanted to see more of them and was content with just reading how it ended. Now, I'm really sad to see an anime as good as this one ending specially as this may be the last time I ever hear about the characters' lives with no season 3 announcement at the time this review was written.

Honzuki no Gekokujou is, in my opinion, the best isekai anime out read more