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Dec 27, 2015
You really can't judge an anime based on the synopsis and reviews alone because there will be anime out there that everybody hated but you actually will like. I myself have experienced this many times hence I always give all anime a try. Ai Yori Aoshi is a good example of this. The synopsis sounded like it was written by a pubescent virgin and the reviews weren't that good either, but after finishing the series I found out that there is more to this anime than what it looks like in the outside and I ended up enjoying it more than I should have.

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Aug 6, 2015
Lamune (Anime) add (All reviews)
There is a fine line between a relaxing anime, and a boring anime. I find Lamune to be the former, but it's not going to surprise me if more people find it to be the latter.

The story follows two childhood friends, Kenji and Nanami, who only realized their feelings for each other after certain events in the story and thus the two starts a new kind of relationship. Lamune is simple, cute and as straight-forward as a childhood friend romance as it can be. There is no overarching storyline - actually I think I just spoiled a third of the story by giving that read more
Aug 5, 2015
WARNING: This review contains spoilers and lots of swearing

People say the journey is more important than the destination. However, after watching this tripe named Akane-iro ni Somaru Saka, I realized that isn't always the case. Nothing can compare to the amount of disappointment I got after finishing this series. This anime, although clichéd in a lot aspects, I actually thought was pretty passable. Well, that was until that asspull ending so big I think I ripped my anus.

*STORY: 4/10
Akane-iro ni Somaru Saka or Akasaka for short, is an anime produced by TNK based off a visual novel with the same name by Feng. The story read more
Jun 30, 2015
Mushi. Strange lifeforms said to be more primitive than germs and bacteria. Very few people can see them and they can cause strange phenomenom ranging from weird illnesses to paranormal events. And we also have the Mushi-shi. Mushi experts specializing in eradicating or capturing harmful mushi, helping people with their mushi problems. One of them is Ginko, the mushi-shi with a strange white hair, traveling to various places to help people and also to seek more knowledge about mushi.

Despite having a relatively high rating, my expections for anime was rather low. It doesn't have action, it doesn't have romance so pretty much I just watched read more
Feb 6, 2014
"A really huge, strong snake appeared. It dove into the ocean, and I stuck a thick sword into an apple. Also, I blasted away all around me with a black, shining, amazing gun." — Tatsuhiro Satou

It sure took me a while to get that "deep" dialogue by Satou if you know what I mean. *wink* * wink*

NHK ni Youkoso! or Welcome to the NHK! is a psychological anime presented in a humorous way. It's definitely one of the most unique and depressing anime I've watched thus far and I found myself laughing out loud every time our main protagonist, Satou, makes a fool out of read more
Jan 14, 2014
Looking for a romance/comedy/harem anime to kill time? Look no more because Love Hina will SERIOUSLY KILL your time.

I've watched Love Hina before way back when I was still a kid and I remember loving this series, but after re-watching this series 10+ years later, I began to question my taste for anime because Love Hina is by far one of the most stupid and ridiculous anime I've ever watched and I can't believe it’s actually possible for me to hate an anime this much.

I'm writing this review at the risk of getting viciously mauled by an angry mob of Love Hina fans who read more