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Aug 11, 2017
Just as man in Plato's Allegory of the Cave departs into the world I have returned to the world of JapAnimation after a long and fruitful digression into literature and film. As Arnold Schwarzenegger says in Terminator 2 I will be back and im back! Reading book and watching movies has taught me much of The World (jojo), namely how much more art exists outside of animation… and how much better it can be. Although many book and film exist few are as good as Neon Genesis Evangelion. The thing I hate most about Eva (as I will be calling it) is that every person read more
Aug 4, 2016
Like a mighty phoenix I rise from the flames to bring you this review. Like a good neighbor Time Stop Samurai is here with a brand new review. When you think about overrated garbage what comes to your mind? Aria the Origination? Monogatari? Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso? When I see the phrase one title rises above the rest, Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou (YKK) or as its known in English Yokohama Shopping Log. YKK as I will be calling it, is an ephemeral slogfest that tries to be deep while being a thinly coated moe pandering slice of where nothing happens. This show panders to read more
Mar 23, 2015
If I were to tell you that I though JoJo part 1 was the best in the series you would probably think I was some mediocre pretentious pseudo intellectual reviewer who has no idea what he is talking about , but it was ME! Speak The Weak!!!

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 1 deconstructs the shounen genre through its dynamic story line that bends clichés and tropes in order to craft a unique in a manner that only Hirohiko Araki (JoJo mangaka) could. The story focuses on a rich boy named Jonathan Joestar (JoJo) who lives with his father, George in England. One day Jojo's father read more
Mar 16, 2015
Elfen Lied, an amalgamation of despair, love, redemption, discrimination, and hope. The tale of a Diclonius named Lucy, the prejudice she received, the inherent sorrow to follow. This work of art questions humanity in one of the most thought provoking ways, by looking at the dark side of humanity. That's the preface of the review, so lets just jump in!

Lucy, being a conceptual masterpiece, has two personas full of juxtaposition, due to head trauma. As a Diclonius, we are told she sees human's as prey and will murder them. But is that really the case? I question whether it is actually because of the inhumane read more