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Dec 12, 2017
The night on Taneyamagahara open with the conversation of the four workers in the night around a campfire. Three of them are talking about their experience during their life as workers. The story then move on to the conversation about weeds and oak trees about the season and their surround environment.

Technically, The Night on Taneyamagahara is a brilliant piece of arts. Everything is hand-drawn, with fluid color almost as if it is a canvas painting animated. The backgrounds are detailed and encapsulate perfectly what japan is on the rural era.

The story however, Is a mixed bag. Taneyamagahara’s presentation is a dialogue after dialogues with a read more
Sep 26, 2016
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I have seen plenty of Josei anime to the point I can surely say what makes it quite distinguishing from other genre is that most of the time, it consisting characters driven story and has high attention to the realism. Servamp caught my interest because it happens to fallen to be one of the genres and it ended up to be exceptional. Exceptional that it is so badly done that ends up being counterproductive.

The story of Servamp follows Mahiru... actually; the main story is pretty much covered in the synopsis, so there isn't much reason for me to regurgitate the same thing in different words. read more
Aug 7, 2016
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I start off this review by saying that I haven't read any of the books the film is based on, nor have I watched anything “Vampire D” related before. Fortunately, none is needed as I believe that the movie works really well as a standalone. The score I gave may already tell that I don’t feel positive about this movie, but in all respect and seriousness though Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (Bloodlust from hereafter) had a lot things to make it an anime movie classic but sadly it didn’t live up to potential it has.

Onto the good part first. Now, I’m not read more
Jun 21, 2016
Joker Game is certainly breath of fresh air but it is not a must see. It is one of those animes where every now and then you start thinking: 'Hey, this stuff is really cool” only to be hammered in the face a frame later on as you progress with the show.

Set in 1937 when the beginnings of World War II are starting to brew. The story follows the exploits of a small special spy organization called “D-Agency.” It started with the (supposed) main character who a new recruit of D-Agency without any special training got tricked by his spy-mates with something called “Joker Game”. read more
May 25, 2016
Simply put, Mushishi is special. As a whole, it’s a fifty episode journey through the lives of the character, a grand slice-of-life about experiences and life lessons. It’s a unique work, because viewers don’t just watch this series; they drift slowly into its dreamy world. The origins of Mushi are mysterious, but their presence undoubtedly affects people’s lives. The focus is however, not on the Mushi, but the people who come in contact with them and how their lives are changed after their mysterious encounter. As a story, somehow nothing is complex, yet everything is meaningful, each episodes features different yet connected stories. The way read more