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May 24, 2018
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Going into Killing Bites, I wasn't expecting a lot, which didn't surprise me when I thought it was in the meh area after finishing it. A story about humans that can morph into animals did sound interesting, but the execution of it was pretty bad.

Story (5/10)

The story starts when Nomoto Yuuya encounters a girl called Hitomi Uzaki, who has the animalistic powers of a Honey Badger. After being saved by her Nomoto has been assigned to stay close to her, for his own protection.
The show starts off pretty boring, as we get introduced to the characters whilst also having a few fights with read more
May 22, 2018
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Last year we got Youjo Senki, which focused on the aspects of war from the MC's perspective. This year we get Violet Evergarden, which has our MC try to live a new life in a post war world.

Story (9/10)

The story is about a young girl named Violet Evergarden, who has been fighting in the Great war and has sustained major injuries. Now with the war over Violet must now live in a world completely different from what she has been used to.
What I really loved about the story, is how it took it's time with Violet's character because this show is really about read more
May 9, 2018
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Makoto Shinkai is definitely one of those directors, who has gotten better with age. Each of his films get better and better over time, so finding out this is the fourth film I've watched that was made by him is pretty surprising.

Story (8/10)

The story is about two people called Takao Akizuki and Yukari Yukino, who meet in the same place whenever it is a rainy day and start to form a connection.
Considering this is only 45 minutes, I was wondering how a full story would be told and despite the short length it managed to pull through.
It nicely showed the perspective of two read more
May 8, 2018
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Children of the Whales was incredibly close to being dropped from me, it starts off poorly and yet it somehow manages to make me watch it till the very end. This is thanks to a alright yet very familiar story.

Story (6/10)

The story concentrates on the people of the Mud Whale, an island drifting an ocean of sand. They discover a girl who turns the whole world of the Mud Whale upside down.
The first two episodes really didn't do much for me and almost made me consider dropping this show, the artstyle, music and the world of the Mud Whale itself had me interested. read more
May 3, 2018
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Eromanga Sensei made the brother/sister complex romance type stuff gain some more popularity, especially when it came to memes, I thought it was awful. So going into this anime I was a little sceptical and was expecting the same kind of treatment, but to my delight it surprised me hugely and is definitely one of the funniest anime's I've experienced in a good while.

Story (9/10)

The story focuses on Itsuki Hashima, a growing Light Novelist, who has an obsession for little sisters and puts them into his stories.
That's pretty much the gist of the story, mainly because there isn't much of a story here. read more
Apr 7, 2018
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The survival game genre in anime has created some nice gems over time, like Death Parade and Future Diary. However now I have arrived at Kings Game, which has no idea how a goddamn survival game works.

Story (5/10)

The story concentrates on a group of classmates, who have each been given an order by the King. If they don't complete the order within 24 hours they will be punished.
That's pretty much the gist of the story, however this anime has no idea how to tell a story properly. Our MC Nobuaki Kanazawa is a new transfer student and tries to warn his current class read more
Apr 5, 2018
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Death Note, Ghost in the Shell, Psycho Pass and ACCA 13 are all interesting police/mysteries that I have fondly enjoyed and I wondered whether B: The Beginning would repeat the same success like these have. It's great to say that it's another one to add to the list.

Story (8/10)

The story takes place on the island nation of Cremona, where a series of intense and strange murders have been happening. They have been caused by the criminal known as Killer B and only the RIS legendary detective can figure it out.
What makes B: The Beginning pretty different compared to most anime's I've seen is, read more
Mar 30, 2018
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With the success of Devilman Crybaby, there were two new Netflix anime's to check out B: The Beginning and A.I.C.O.: Incarnation, I decided to watch AICO first and after finishing it I had definitely made the wrong choice.

Story (5/10)

The story is set in Japan 2035, where an artificial life form known as Matter has engulfed the Kurobe Gorge. A girl called Aiko lost her family to this and an unknown student says she is the key to stopping the Matter once and for all.
Now AICO's story was a mixed bag from the get go, in fact after episode 2 I was actually thinking read more
Mar 28, 2018
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Usually in anime monsters, demons, vampires etc are considered the villains of the show and end up being defeated by the hero, however Blood Lad decides to concentrate on the whole monster aspect and their world making for one somewhat interesting setup.

Story (7/10)

The story focuses on Staz, a vampire who rules a section of the demon world. One day a random human girl called Fuyumi finds herself in the demon world and whilst under Staz's protection she gets eaten and becomes a ghost. Staz vows to bring her back to life.
Now as simple as the premise is, a lot more stuff goes on read more
Mar 27, 2018
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Whenever anime focuses on characters who have to deal with the death of someone close or related to them, it's always focused on one or two specific individuals. We never really get to see a whole group of friends affected by something like this, until Anohana came along.

Story (9/10)

The story focuses on a group of kids who called themselves the Super Peace Busters, until one of their members Menma accidentally died. Now as teenagers Menma's ghost wishes for the team to come together once more.
Anohana's story is incredible in some way, it's a story of redemption and getting past the guilt and regret read more