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Mar 29, 2020
Thank you, MAPPA! Once again do you bring hope to modern anime with this adaptation. Dorohedoro was just what I needed. It´s gruesome, it´s gory, it´s violent, it´s absurd, it´s cool, it´s funny in a very sick and dark way, and absolutely freaking enjoyable. Fair warning dear new watchers do under any circumstances eat mushrooms before or during this watch. End warning. So, let me take you on a fangirl rant of this awesomeness called Dorohedoro!

It´s been a while since I wholeheartedly enjoyed a seasonal anime this much. In an ocean of trashy Isekai and cute anime girls doing cute things for no reason, Dorohedoro read more
Oct 1, 2019
I almost skipped right over Cop Craft (CC) due to the poster picture (at the time a loli in skimpy clothes and an older dude with a gun – lame!), but the synopsis was enough for me to give the first episode a chance. And I am glad it did that, I almost missed one of the best shows this season, because CC is without a doubt the underdog of the summer 2019 season. CC is the typical show which gets overshadowed by more hyped shows such as Dr. Stone and Enen no Shouboutai, but if given a chance is one of the best contributions read more
Jun 26, 2019
Wow. That was BAD. No, correction, that was beyond BAD. The words unworldly uninspired, cliché and generic are not enough to describe this sad attempt of show called Kenja no Mago (aka. Wise Man´s Grandchild). My eyes hurt after all the eyerolling I been doing, and I believe I dumbed down several notches due to loss of braincells just sitting through this crap. I would have dropped it if I had not added it on my “Anime Watching Challenge 2019” - list. I´m seldom this harsh on any show, but I will walk you through why I dump so much frustrations on it. I had read more
Jun 26, 2019
Even before its airtime, Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari (The Rising of the Shield Hero), was like the new kid arriving to class. It had people’s attention, looked like something new and fresh in the bunch of ordinary stuff, and was shrouded in a certain amount of mystic. Like the new kid in class, it held the potential to be the new exciting thing this year. Because just like a normal high school class, where almost every character and stereotype are known, just as known are the tropes and clichés in the isekai genre. But with each new contribution, there is the hope that it read more
Jun 25, 2019
I´m actually a bit surprised about the amount of hate, negative critique, bashing and low scoring Fairy Gone Part 1 has received both during and after its airtime. I really can´t understand most of the foundations of said hate and bashing either, I thought the show had several good qualities and enjoyed most parts of it. So, I will give my slightly more positive point of view in this review.

Shortly described, Fairy Gone centres around a continental scale political intrigue in a post war society. Before the war several nations existed, which most fought for its independence, but the outcome of the war was the read more
Dec 20, 2018
MAPPA, you genius. Had someone told me a year ago that I would watch an idol show featuring zombie girls nonetheless, and whole heartedly enjoy it, I would´ve laughed said person straight up in the face. Honestly, I´ve never seen an idol anime before Zombieland Saga (ZS) and will probably never see one again. Because ZS came and rocked my world (yes, pun intended), with what doubtlessly is mostly a great grand parody of the idol genre. MAPPA has gone and done it again, and this time with genres that I for my life never thought I would ever appreciate. So why is ZS the read more
Sep 24, 2018
I had got the impression that Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi (Hidden realm: Bed & Breakfast for Spirits) was more or less a copy of Kamisama Hajimemashita (which I highly enjoyed). Both seemed to have the same premise; a Japanese folk lore setting, a mundane girl in her late teens who are involved with spirits (ayakashi) from the hidden realm, with the potential for a reverse harem and lots of shoujo romance stuff. Which sure can be a very good thing if done as in Kamisama Hajimemashita.

I was both right and wrong. The premise was indeed similar, with our girl Aoi Tsubaki having her life changed drastically read more
Jul 20, 2018
After finishing the two previous seasons of Full Metal Panic! about 1,5 year ago, my hopes for a continuation was very low since the last season aired back in 2005. But surprise, surprise, here are we now 13 years later with a new fresh season and I was one of the people who got really excited about it. Actually, Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory (FMPIV) was THE show of spring 2018 I was looking forward to.

Full Metal Panic! Invincible Victory is a direct continuation of Full Metal Panic! Second Raid, and it does assume that your memory is fresh. So, I would recommend you read more
Jul 12, 2018
To Be Heroine is a hit or miss kind of show. Either you didn´t got or enjoyed the underlaying darker tones camouflaged in extremely vivid colours and animation, wired plot (babies fighting almost naked and clothes are magical weapons = wired), and the mixed Japanese/Chinese audio. Or you totally got it and/or enjoyed said combination. As you can guess from the score I gave the show I belong to the later category. Actually, I think To Be Heroine may have been spring 2018´s best contribution in my eyes and ears. I started to watch it on a whim after seeing the PV. Worth to note read more
Jun 30, 2018
A total score of 5 may seem hard on Nanatsu no Taizai: Imashime no Fukkatsu (The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of the 10 commandments or simply The Sins S2). Especially according to its high score. But I´m disappointed. I really enjoyed the first season and was glad when I read that a season 2 were coming, and with 24-episodes at that. But my excitement was steadily replaced with disappointment and uninterest. My review will contain minor spoilers to specify why I had problems with this sequel, but they will be heads ups for those (₴).

The biggest let down with The Sins S2 for me was read more