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Nov 1, 2019
When the anime adaptation of Naka no Hito Genome [Jikkyouchuu] was announced, many thought it was a Danganronpa the Animation 2.0. However, they were right and wrong at the same time.



Naka no Hito Genome [Jikkyouchuu] (The Ones Within for short) tells the story of Akatsuki Iride and seven other fellow gamers who are caught by a guy (who for some reason is covers his head with an alpaca one) and are forced to play different games or else will die... figuratively, because that's the first problem of the series. Although throughout the series, Paka (and the anime in general) tries to make us feel worried read more
Oct 31, 2019
Bem (Anime) add (All reviews)
Politically, socially and philosophically (if you want to call it that way), BEM fails to create the serious plot that it wanted.



Remember, children. Showing vague social stereotypes isn't good if you're trying to make a serious criticism about it.
BEM takes place in Libra City, which is divided into Upper City (the city of the rich) and Outside (the city of the poor) through a bridge. The three protagonists meet on this bridge every night (and surprisingly no one ever discovers them there). The three Youkai Ningen save humans from different monsters, hoping that in the future they will become humans themselves. The plot doesn't sound read more
Mar 31, 2019
This anime has the potential to be the worst Mahou Shoujo that ever existed, bravo!



1. Originality: 6
Okay, yeah. The description did sound original, within the framework of Mahou Shoujo of course.
The Mahou Shoujo genre is increasingly repetitive, that's why even magical girls fighting against terrorists sounded more interesting than it was. However, the more the episodes progressed, the more I questioned myself whether this was really a Mahou Shoujo or a hentai of terrorists. Don't get me wrong, I know that there are transformations and magical powers like in any MS, but most of the times that the subject is touched it's so... ridiculous. I read more
Mar 30, 2019
If what you are looking for is an anime with an interesting cast and you don't mind a somewhat predictable development for its genre, this is for you.



1. Originality: 8
Personally, I consider that any sports anime that moves away from the overexploited baseball, basketball and soccer already acquires a higher level of originality.
However, the idea that the show tries to capture (to recognize cheerleading as a current sport) is something that I consider quite new. That, and the fact that cheerleading is not really a sport for men normally.
That's why, although the story is inspired by a team of cheerleaders of real life, I can't read more
Mar 28, 2019
Anyone remember Generator Rex from Cartoon Network? Well, this is the anime version with less monsters and more Rex's.



1. Originality: 7
As I said, the show looks pretty much like a pre-existing American one, but that doesn't mean that it's bad.
The idea of ​​users using mechanical arms to fight each other doesn't sound new, it's even like a mini mecha. But that's why I consider that it's not a complete copy or something totally unoriginal, because the mecha genre is already saturated enough, so small changes like this are quite remarkable.

2. Story Development: 7.5
Obviously, you can't expect much from an OVA in this category.
That's why the read more
Mar 28, 2019
Can a person with superpowers overcome the ordinary human? Mob Psycho 100 develops its message well, but leaves everything else aside.



1. Originality: 8
Although the topic of super powers has already been used a lot, becoming something that is mostly a second place subject in many series, Mob Psycho 100 has a different point of view about it (and at the same time, one that has been seen already).
In the universe of Kageyama Shigeo, our protagonist, people with psychic powers are common and at the same time extraordinary, like those people who can roll their tongues in the form of a three. And in fact, that read more