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Oct 30, 2019
Preliminary
Less isekai more of a gag show. While every season brings in a deluge of cliché isekai genre, this one surely takes the cake when it comes to comedy and ridiculous action scenes. Make sure to keep your brain in airplane mode before watching it because that is how you are going to enjoy this series.

Plot wise, this anime is mediocre or below average at best. MC represents that typical mmorpg player who grinds endless hours in training/low level zone to farm experience points. What sets this show apart is the companion our mc has i.e. Rista. The goddess Rista here is truly the read more
Oct 21, 2019
I watched this movie last week. Here is a simple and short spoiler free review from a casual viewer.

Art-

Well it is Shinkai so as expected, the world in animation is brilliantly detailed. Like his old works, Shinkai manages to breath life into even the most inanimate object in his movie. From a mug of frothy beer to flying messages on screen to raindrops falling on puddles- each one of them felt lively. Tokyo cityscape looked amazing and Shinkai managed to capture the entire city in this movie not only from ground but from the high skies too. Each and every single of these read more
Nov 14, 2018
Preliminary
Welcome to the second decade of 21st century where every other series somehow has an MC who gets teleported to another world where is he/she is either reborn or swap bodies. The land where he/she is now is full of magic. There is mana, there are elves, dwarves, shamans, lizardmen, goblins, spirits, faeries, insert-any-Tolkein-fiction-character or trope etc. Our MC somehow retains memories of his/her past life but doesn't really cares because he/she was either a loser/hikikomori or a wage slave and is now really excited with the prospect to explore this brave new world. He/she is open to challenges that this new world awaits but read more
Nov 14, 2018
Preliminary
This manga is a quintessential example of series where author runs of fresh ideas and is just dragging an obstinate horse to reach a destination, in this case, an ending which possibly everyone who is familiar with Kei Sasuga's past work knows about.

Domestic no Kanojo may have a fresh plot involving our protagonists love triangle which tragically, becomes a part of his own family after his father's decision. What may sound a fresh, out-of-the-box original (not original per se but rarely dabbled with) idea is marred with pathetic decision-making skills of our hero Natsuo who seriously can't decide which girl to love. As read more