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Aug 3, 2013
Blood-C (Anime) add (All reviews)
B-b-back that ass up, it's time for a slammin' review. Do you remember that one time when you thought maybe your whole life was a conspiracy and everyone was just figments of your imagination or constructs of a cynical reality that you'd built up in your head? What, you mean you don't recall all those times where it felt like you were just on the cusp of realizing some greater truth before being pulled back into the mundane tedium that is day-to-day life? WELL GET READY TO FEEL THAT WAY, BECAUSE YOU'RE WATCHING BLOOD-C.

1. THE STORY: Woah trick you better step off if you think read more
Sep 29, 2012
Aquarion is a 2000-era giant fighting robot series that may seem appealing, but fails to deliver in absolutely every aspect. This might be quite a broad judgment to make, but here’s to hoping that you read this review before consuming 26 episodes, which, like fast-food, may seem appealing but ultimately is both unsatisfying and terrible for you. If you’ve already forced yourself through the ordeal that is Aquarion, I can only hope that you take solace in the fact that there are other people who aren’t afraid to express how truly mediocre it is.

STORY: Aquarion’s story is overwrought with unnecessary narrative structure. Old shows that read more
Apr 15, 2011
You've just had your lunch money stolen for the eighth time this week, your Dad's out on a 'business trip', and Rage Against the Machine isn't around for you to pour your angst into today. Welcome to the 90's, jerk face. Sit your ass down on that water-bed, slide this burnt VHS you got from Gerald on into the TV, and experience a journey into the most fantastic slice of storytelling gold since Tolkien, Lucas, and Henson got together to create Lord of The Star Labyrinth. Oh, they didn’t? TOO BAD MD GEIST TIME.

1. THE STORY: I’m not going to ruin anything for you, but read more
Oct 7, 2010
Guitars, babes, saving the universe, hairmetal, and comedy--The Legend of Black Heaven is where it's at. Sure, it's an unrefined production effort that could be better, but it certainly stands out as a show that's worth watching at least once. After all, the series is only thirteen episodes and the pacing is fair enough that it could be finished in one or two sittings.

The bare plot of Black Heaven does leave something to be desired, though. Don't expect any great twists, deep characterization, or huge revelations. However, I feel, that's one of the coolest things working for the series. As a portrayal of the routine, read more