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Sep 24, 2009
Oh wow, this was really good. Before I start a more in depth-review, I'll say this: if you have any emotions in you, go watch this. Your emotions will thank you.

Now then.

Risky / Safety is basically about an apprentice shinigami named Risky and an apprentice angel named Safety who share the same body (which is 13cm tall). Risky is present when the person they're in tune with emotionally is sad, and Safety is there when he or she is happy. Moe, a slightly insecure junior high girl, is this person for most of the series even though they go off on read more
Jul 3, 2009
I watched six minutes of this and then stopped. That was more than enough.


I'll say this: I very much enjoyed Akane-iro ni Somaru Saka, and I was looking forward to this OVA. I mean, I guess I should have known it would lack some plot because of that "HARDCORE" that was attached, but I did not expect it to be THIS bad.

Basically, remember those Ayanokouji episodes that went nowhere and were terribly boring to sit through if you actually wanted to see some sort of plot development? Yeah, it's one of those, and on top of that, it's 100% fanservice.

Sure, if you read more
Jun 30, 2009
I kind of disagree with the disappointment of the other reviewers. I followed this thing religiously and it beat out, for me, every other spring 2009 anime I tried. Here's why: it's a moé supernatural romance comedy with a main female lead with fox ears THAT IS ACTUALLY GOOD.

And very good it is.

Okay, I'll admit, it has some clichés, but they are overshadowed by the expert handling of some of them. What really gets me is that it balances the moé factor with some really deep moments.

The art itself is nice and moé, just the way I like it. The character read more
Jun 21, 2009
I want to live in Hidamarisou.

More than any other slice-of-life I've seen, I want to live this perfect life. Yes, this is a perfect life kind of slice-of-life: everybody's always happy, they live on their own and go to a high school for art, and they do fun things even when things look boring.

Now the story...uh...who cares about plot, it's basically a direct feed of happiness and sunshine into your head. I grew rainbows out of my eyes after watching this. And no that's not painful. It feels warm and fuzzy.

I absolutely love how SHAFT does anime, really, and this is read more
Jun 9, 2009
I picked this up during a street fair in my town for $4. I've never seen the anime nor anything else except for a few figures I happened to find of Belldandy that I did not buy. Regardless, I thought I'd give it a shot even though I'm more into moé stuff.

I think my general enjoyment was an exponential curve. At the beginning, it was "ok". It gradually went to "interesting", then "awesome", then "holy shit", then "WOWWW." By the end I was enraptured. I think what this movie does is it sends you into the very essence of read more
May 1, 2009
So I was bored in a free period at school today and I decided to randomly go through MAL pages until I hit something vaguely interesting. I happened across a page on the producer of this and saw this...it sorta piqued my interest, so I watched it.

I am so happy I was bored enough to find this gem.


Natsuiro no Sunadokei, in my opinion, is what a romance anime should be. I really hate romance anime where the guy is a perverted idiot and the girls are stereotypes who throw their fanservice-prone-selves on him either willingly or unwillingly. Thankfully, Kou has a brain read more
Jan 10, 2009
These two very short stop-motion animation pieces are extremely enjoyable, especially if you do not have much time to watch them, since they are both under a minute long (not including the credits). The story, if you can pull any story at all, is quite simple: Kotatsu Neko is a lazy cat who likes TV and also goes totally EXTREME if he gets frustrated.

The art itself, being a stop-motion animation, is mostly how it's animated, and it is very well done. It's mostly fluid, with great camera angles and overall good craftsmanship on the objects in the room and of course Kotatsu Neko read more