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Jul 5, 2015
If you've never seen Dragon Ball Z, this is the version to watch. Asides from a preference to American dubbing, Kai's better focus by cutting out filler does wonders. The hand drawn and remastered animation without a doubt still hold up, the fight scenes still feel visceral and impactful. There's not much to say, it's Dragon Ball Z without filler and without that crappy Funimation music job. There's nothing here that's going to blow your mind, but there are many moments engraved into anime culture that's worth watching it for.
Apr 9, 2015
Seitokai Yakuindomo’s humor is definitely an acquired taste. What appears at first as another slice of life high school harem / comedy hybrid quickly and subtly begins delivering sexually charged jokes one after the other. The sex centered humor is either going to make or break your opinion of the show, that or if you thought this type of humor was childish to begin with. If you begin to start picking up on the sexual innuendo setups before the punch line hits then you my dirty-dirty friend will probably like the show.

The entire cast is a sexual riot, well except for our male hero lead read more
Apr 9, 2015
Seirei no Moribito is a simple and straightforward story of Balsa protecting a young prince bestowed of the water spirit from a kingdom and father out to kill him in fear of the water spirit being born. Seirei no Moribito was not afraid of making you sit down in front of your screen and making you read 24 minutes of extremely well written dialogue. On the other end, Seirei no Moribito was not holding back when it came to its action sequences either. These were some of the most intense battle choreography I have seen in a long time. The early chase/fight scene between Balsa read more
Apr 9, 2015
Tuned in for the trashy fan service, stayed for the story. Out of all the shows that were airing with Cross Ange, it was a long shot to believe I wouldn’t have dropped it early based on first impressions alone. Alas 25 episodes later I’m pleasantly surprised by the turn around that happened here. Ange manages to command her character, becoming a strong female lead despite the odds against her and the general fan service comedy of the show.

The fact that Cross Ange actually has a fully developed story and characters out of nowhere is really what is surprising about this show. I can’t stress read more
Apr 9, 2015
The title caught my attention, but sadly the story did not. I did quite enjoy Wataru and Sophia’s short travels together through the wastelands of the American West and the characters they meet along the way in the first half the movie, but there’s not much else here. A Wind Named Amnesia portrays the outcome of humanity losing their memories with society reverting towards a primitive and barbaric state. It’s a pretty jumbled mess in the latter half, and I all I came away with is that humanity got screwed. Don’t bother watching this one.
Apr 9, 2015
H2 (Anime) add (All reviews)
In a world where Touch and Cross Game exists, H2 is arguably the weakest out of the three. H2, Touch, and Cross Game, are works of Adachi Mitsuru, a man who has a bad habit of using the same character designs, character types, and story set ups during his long career. However, despite the rehashing of his work, I find H2, Touch, and Cross Game all endearing and innocent pieces of anime. I think Cross Game is the absolute perfection of all his years of work, but H2 stands on its own, while it lasts.

Yes once again it's about high school baseball, yes it's about read more