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Aug 20, 2010
A 21st century Japanese apocalypse/horror (or more accurately, "no hope") manga; your first thought? Tits. Your second? Ass. This is the drawbacks to all those fan services, those juicy, bouncing, voluptuous drawbacks. Something about the end of the world or death, and women (who's "accessories" make her fit more on a farm in montana than an urban Japanese environment), make the Japanese (and probably tons of Americans) scream MOAR!!! Does this honestly make sense? If the world ended, wouldn't small girls with washboards survive better? So shouldn't all horror apocalypse stories star creepy old lolicons and doll-size girls instead of reckless selfless and otheradjective-less guys read more
Aug 10, 2010
How many of you grew up with a hobby? With something you just in general, love/loved? Living in Hawai'i, I've grown up on a mix of Asian and American culture. A long time ago, I was introduced to anime by my brothers best friend. He taught us about the late, great, Toonami; with Rurouni Kenshin, Tenchi Muyo, Gundam Wing, and the ever popular Dragon Ball Z. As we grew older, he introduced us to Saturday night Adult Swim, and with it the gore and sex every puberty ridden boy needed; Inuyasha, Yuu Yuu Hakusho, Case Closed, Fullmetal Alchemist, Outlaw Star, and the life changer, FLCL. read more
Jul 5, 2010
B Gata H Kei is a recent 2010 spring anime series based on a 4 koma manga that is currently, to my knowledge, still running. You're basic school romantic comedy with a twist (of course, was isn't these days). It's animated by Hal Film Maker, who also did Skip Beat!, another good romantic comedy. First and foremost, B Gata H Kei is heavily based on sex jokes and not so much physical humor as most romantic comedy's are, along with the fact that it aired at one AM, this is easily not recommendable for girls/women; this is strictly teenagers to old guys. The humor mostly read more
Jun 26, 2010
I started watching Angel Beats about a two weeks ago, caught up with all the episodes and decided to finish the series before writing a review, mostly because i wanted the entire story and that i only needed to wait two weeks. I am by no means an anime guru, however i have been watching anime since DBZ first came to America and am in the process of getting back into anime after about four or five years of break. I consider myself a blank slate for AB! however, as I heard no hype and simply went in on a friends recommendation.

Angel Beats! or AB!, read more