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May 11, 2015
I'm the type of person who tends to judge the book by it's cover. Bad habit, I know, but sometimes I just can't help myself. This is why it took me months after the anime release to finally give this series a try. And oh boy, I'm glad I did. I've actually rewatched the series recently and so I've decided to finally write a review.

I'm sure that everyone has at least heard of Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica by now but there's probably still a few who still can't bring themselves to watch something so 'girly'. If you're one of those poor souls, keep on reading.

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May 31, 2011
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Preliminary
Present is a short 40-page-long story about love and presents. Yes, it‘s all about love and presents. But don‘t expect it to be sweet and shallow. It‘s much deeper than that.

Story
Present is a one-shot manga so I won’t say much. Basically, it’s a story about a student who falls in love with her teacher. Sadly, she has a rare disease which causes her to fall into a deep slumber. Doctors do their best to prolong her life but when Hanako finally wakes up, she has only three days left to live. It’s up to her husband to help her spend her last days happily. read more
Jun 7, 2010
‘Everything should just be destroyed…’

At first, I was intrigued by the fact that Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 is catastrophe themed because you won’t find many anime of this type. And I was pleasantly surprised that such anime not only exists, but it can be very enjoyable too.

STORY
Tokyo has been hit by a huge earthquake and a young girl Mirai, her little brother Yuuki and Mari, a woman they happened to accidentally meet, sets off on a journey to reach their home as the whole city crumbles to dust. After first few episodes the plot seems to be a bit dragged out. The main characters simply wander read more
Jun 3, 2010
How would it feel to have 3 billion years of memory? My brain can’t even begin to comprehend something so vast. And yet, this is exactly what this manga is about.

Honestly, it's hard for me to find the right words to describe this manga. I don't want to simply recommend a manga because it's good. I want to share an experience. I won’t hesitate to say that this, at least for me, was a masterpiece. Of course, it’s not perfect, but after reading tons of mangas, Omoide Emanon was like a pearl in the sea of clichéd and boring stories.

First of all, let me read more