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Mar 24, 2014
This is the last anime that needs another review, but I couldn’t resist. The Fullmetal Alchemist franchise’s significance to anime is rivaled only by shows like Neon Genesis Evangelion and Cowboy Bebop. The original version from 2003 stands as one of my favourite series of all time, as it is one of the most well rounded shows that I’ve seen in the anime medium, and I believe it’s a must watch for all anime fans.

Fast forward to 2009, when Bones released Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, a faithful remake to the manga, which was still being written while the 2003 version was being released (which led read more
Jan 6, 2014
I’ve always had mixed feelings about the show where the esper, the alien, the time traveler, and the normal highschool student all gathered together to entertain that certain ecstatic girl. However, as time passed by, it ended up being one of my favourite guilty pleasures. How could I forget the super fun misadventures of the SOS Brigade? Kyon’s snarky attitude? Haruhi’s one of a kind personality? And, most of all, Mikuru’s tea?

The series, though arguably mediocre, had some very fun moments. So where does this movie, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, stand?

Story/Presentation: I’m going to skip over the synopsis, since you can already read read more
Oct 26, 2013
Steins;Gate. A sci-fi drama with a smattering romance based on time travel. What an experience that was.

Story: Let’s start with the flaws first. The very slow start may seem very… jarring for some, if not most, people. Yes, there is a point to it, and in my eyes, it serves as a very good set up, as it explains key plot points and characters that later parts of the show won’t have time for. However, slow is slow, and for the most part, the first segment of the series was unmemorable, even though it did have its moments. Also, somewhere in the middle of read more