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Nov 2, 2019
This show is great, but the only things holding it back is the part where the maid is a pedophile who has harassed, kidnapped, and wants to get married to a second grade girl. I'm all for open mindedness but I cringed a bit during the first few episodes due to this very uncomfortable dynamic between a little girl and this adult ex-soldier who wants to get closer to her because the kid is a cute half Russian with white hair. All the while the kid is rebuffing her advances and getting all flustered and harrassed.

If you can look past that however, this show is read more
Oct 31, 2019
No Guns Life is a cyberpunk/noir set in a post-war world where soldiers underwent cybernetic enhancements reminiscent of Ghost in the Shell. The MC is a huge, morally gray, dark and broody guy with a giant revolver for a freaking head. The show has a noir aesthetic resulting in a dark, dim, and gloomy color palette that perfectly matches the theme of dark-underbelly-of-a-rotting-city reminiscent of Watchmen. The main antagonist is this embodiment of the military industrial complex that uses people as tools and discards them when no longer useful, sort of like Google with Guns with the motto: Be evil.

Though the prevailing theme of the read more
Oct 31, 2019
I’m yet to be entirely sold on this series, but I might get there. The show seems to be just a little too serious, like it’s trying hard to be this dark and edgy stuff but ultimately comes out a bit bland. The delivery is somewhat a bit too melodramatic in an attempt to mask it from being just another generic show.

The story seems a bit cliched, it feels like the narrative is a mishmash of linked ideas that aren’t smoothly connected, making for a viewing experience that’s a bit disjointed. But there is actual character development and the pace is good which evens read more
Oct 30, 2019
I was looking forward to this to get my Isekai fix, and so far it’s been a bit of a mixed bag. Cliché alert: goddess summons hero to help save the world. She finds perfect OP hero candidate with ridiculously high stats that it seems he can easily crush the demon lord that threatens the world. The only issue is that he is unimaginably cautious to the point of idiocy. Think Saitama who uses a serious series move on a lowly minion, or Ainz using high tier magic to kill a single puny human.

I find the narrative interesting so far, it’s not original by read more
Oct 29, 2019
Monthly Girls Nozaki-Kun is a shoujo school rom-com that seems very typical with all the clichés. But what I enjoy most about this, and for me sets it apart from the hundreds others I watched is just that it’s freaking hilarious while using a different avenue of humor than other popular shows of the same genre. The story follows Sakura trying to confess her love to Nozaki, but misunderstanding resulted in what he thought was her discovery that he’s actually the mangaka of several popular shoujo manga. She then becomes the assistant to the guy she has a crush on and helping ink her favorite read more
Oct 25, 2019
Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid is one of those amazing feel-good shows that you can just utterly enjoy without remorse. It's a delightfully disguised slice of life that is just pure fun, incorporating Isekai, loli, and fantasy elements, albeit with a very healthy dose of fan service. It involves our MC having to live with a bunch of dragons in human forms, each with the capacity to destroy the world in some way, but they try to live normally within the confines of society.

The story is great - due to its simplicity. It's not a convoluted mess, it seems like a genuine sequence of events that read more
Oct 24, 2019
This is a harem/ecchi anime with an OP samurai MC. I give this anime a 7 rating, and it would have been a bit higher if not for the weak ending where it gradually tapered off and went out with a whimper.

This shares a lot of themes with other shows. MC training in the mountains and only coming down to civilization and human interaction after 17 years reminiscent of Shin Wolford of Kenja no Mago. He has all the polite traits and speech patterns of Himura Kenshin. And he has all the wacky ecchi romance hijinks of Keitaro of Love Hina. The show starts out read more
Oct 23, 2019
I'm at the 4th episode and it's really funny so far. It's an Isekai that doesn't really take itself too seriously, but it's all the more fun because of it. You have the usual Isekai tropes particularly the usual OP MC, but they don't stress out the OP part that much and mostly use it as comic relief. It has some lovely fan service (a suplexed princess with her butt sticking out is a sight to behold), and some weird bestiality undertone at times (LOL).

There's no romance among the forming harem so far, but MC really obsesses over animals so I guess he hasn't time read more
Oct 23, 2019
So the beat em up game has an anime adaptation that manages to beat your brain up with it's sheer stupidity. It's stupid and fun. It feels like this show was made on a whim, like a guy decided to make something while high and just said f*ck this shit, this is gonna rock.

Thankfully it's very short, you can go through all 5 episodes during a coffee break. The story was very incoherent and all over the place. Things happen out of nowhere, people appear out of nowhere. There's no reason, no rhyme, just wanton randomness with a healthy dose of fan service.

The art has read more
Oct 18, 2019
It seems criminal how underrated this show is. In short, it's good. It's a high school romance / harem / fantasy that don't exactly follow the well trodden road of cheap fan service, heavy ecchi, and grating harem friction.

It's first and foremost a comedy, it's not even technically a harem even though the MC is surrounded by a cute ghost, a magical girl, an alien princess, a prim and proper assistant, a shrine maiden, a young building manager, and a beautiful senpai. The girls aren't fighting over him, but over something that belongs to him. When the MC likes a girl, none of the read more