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Mar 20, 2020
Altered Carbon: Resleeved is an anime that you can dive into without seeing the live action drama series of Netflix. It is a pretty well made cyberpunk anime with tons and tons of action sequences (all of which are well made), a lot of blood, just a little bit of nudity in the beginning (that too of background characters), and a good pick for a nice time-pass.

Right from the beginning you can see some clear influence of Blade Runner or Ghost in the Shell's environment. Now I know the cyberpunk as a genre has some predefined setting for a world, but not necessarily all of read more
Jul 27, 2018
This remake of Nagai Go's controversial and one of his earliest works 'Maou Dante' is supposed to be a completed story, since the original was not only incomplete, but stopped right before the final climax of the story. So two questions would arise here - how good is this as a remake, and did this version do justice to the original one with its ending?

As a remake, it is a lot better than the original in my opinion. If you have read the original one (which I recommend you do before starting this one), one key aspect you'll notice is that the "twist" that was read more
Jan 17, 2018
This is going to be a spoiler free review, and one without any sort of hatred or fanboying. I will try to write this review from a neutral point of view, focusing on all the good and bad stuffs, and the mediocre ones.

• Story:
One of the weakest aspects of this series is its story, and when the story is broken, the whole thing suffers. Fate/Apocrypha started off with a twisting approach to the 'Fate' stories, where in a Holy Grail War we thought we will get 7 master-servant teams fighting against each other, but then it turned out the war this time will actually be read more
Jan 17, 2018
In short, the second season of Reikenzan seems to be vastly different than the first one. The first season was more like the protagonist's journey to become a powerful disciple, and on his journey we get to know more about the friends he make, see his training arc etc. It was more happy-go-lucky in tone. The second season however feels a lot more darker. We get to see the protagonist coming back to his village and facing some issues there, and while trying to solve them we see how our hero has to play a lot of mind games, and even some big real battles! read more
Nov 14, 2017
First and foremost, this movie is technically a prequel to the whole Fate/kaleid liner storyline. Watching this before starting the other "kaleid liner" series won't create much problem, except for the fact that you won't recognize a lot of the characters and what were their motivations behind their actions. So it is suggested you complete the previous kaleid liner series before starting this film.

The story of Oath Under Snow is vastly different from other F/kl parts in both tone and style. This is an origin story of Miyu, and the story is shown from the perspective of Emiya Shirou from her world. It is a read more
Dec 31, 2016
Before I start with the review, I’d like to say a few things about its source, Fate/Grand Order, the mobile game. It started off as a fun entry in the Type-Moon franchise. So it's understandable if you think the story at the beginning isn't impressive. But after the release of a few chapters the players realized Fate/Grand Order is becoming like the a conduit for the whole Fate series, that includes Fate/stay night, Fate/Zero, Fate/Apocrypha, Fate/Strange Fake, Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya etc. Suddenly F/GO turns out like the most canon story out of the whole franchise, with rewriting certain canon parts of it. It even read more