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Jul 21, 2017
Well I struggle to write this review because I have no strong feelings one way or the other about Yokuwakaru Gendai Maho. It's the most median I've seen in awhile. It's seems like it contains every vicious stereotype about anime in it, but that's what some people love about anime. On one hand it's a cutesy magical girl anime about friendship and fan service. on the negative It's a cutesy magical girl anime about friendship and fan service! So if those are words you abhor in your anime, run, run away now! But if any of those words get your attention; prepare for read more
Jul 21, 2017
At first glance it appears to be just another ecchi show focusing on breasts. And it pretty much is. There's very little depth to it, and that's fine.
I don't mean to go on a rant here but some people seem to be under the impression that every EVERY anime has to be thought provoking and meaningful. And if you're of a similar mind then avoid Ladies Versus Butlers like the plague.
But if you understand that context and intent define an anime AND aren't opposed to this sort of material, then you've got a winner here! The girls are cute, jiggly and diverse and it's read more
Jul 21, 2017
Trials and tribulations of the modern otaku redux
Love Tyrant is one of those anime that’s all over the place for me. On one hand it’s a parody of all too familiar character tropes. That I loved because then the story had to be tight unify these ridiculous elements. And in those episodes I saw the appeal of the show and understood why it was made. It was funny, the action was intense, and the drama was tense. Not to mention sexy at times. On the other hand, it’s a parody so it runs the clichés pretty hard. And when it does the plot and story read more
Jul 21, 2017
The visuals are gorgeous and the characters are varied and diverse. And my dreaded fear of such anime doesn't occur (i.e. JUST PICK ONE YOU IDIOT!). NOW to address the elephant in the room;
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IT IS WHAT YOU THINK IT'S ABOUT, AND IT DOES GO THERE!
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Having said that, if you can get beyond that this anime should be enjoyable for you. That's pretty much all the positive I shall mention here as I repeat, if you can get past the elephant in the room, you should enjoy it. So let me mention what didn't work here. It's 12 episodes, but it seems like read more
Jun 8, 2017
This story starts with the first manga volume I bought, Tenjho Tenge, I loved it and got the second volume then learned of an anime adaptation and set aside the manga to get the anime. I bought the first two disks episodes one through seven and still loved it. But I never got around to finishing the series until now. And it feels like a total utter let down after all these years. Don't get me wrong the cast of Maya, Aya, Masataka, Bob & Souichiro are interesting and unique and are what make this series fun and sexy and action packed virtually everything one read more
Jun 8, 2017
Rokka starts off as fate selects six warriors to mount a quest to defeat some ancient demon king. And it devolves into a mystery as there are seven warriors gathered. This would have been fine IF this little mystery didn't constitute the bulk of this story. And i was so simple a child could figure it out. Before we break that down I wanna mention the monsters (which take a back seat when it's mystery time) are dull and uninspired and several character designs make you question what exactly do they think people wear in combat? Okay, let's break down this mystery to showcase why read more
Jun 5, 2017
A tsundere, a chunibiyo, and a childhood friend walk into a bar…
Before I begin I need to say I only watched this based on crunchyroll’s Q review.
It’s a bright, colorful harem high school series with an interesting premise. It builds up the drama and tension while maintaining it’s comedic base. It doesn’t rub your face in it’s fanservice. It’s great IF you’re into this sort of thing. And I am not, hence the nature of this review.
Problem number one is Chiwa Harusaki. It is no secret that my most loathed thing in anime is characters who expect the object of their affection to return their read more
Jun 5, 2017
But, then season two comes along and everything that made this show stand out from the herd vanishes. Raku and Chitoge having to fake their relationship is hardly mentioned. More characters are introduced but they only serve to expand the harem. The episodes about Hana (Chitoge’s mother) were great because they served to humanize Chitoge and make Raku’s plight seem worthwhile. But the ideal that they have to perpetuate the illusion is used only as a barrier to Chitoge and Raku admitting they might actually have developed feelings for each other. Haru is presented as yet another obstacle in Raku’s path to Kosaki but because read more
Jun 5, 2017
Nisekoi (Anime) add (All reviews)
So Nisekoi is a typical high harem rom com where a guy and a girl who don’t like each other have to pretend to be a couple for reasons beyond their control. Now I know there’s not a lot to expect from a show like this but it worked. The funniest moments were when Raku and Kirisaki answered honestly when they are suppose to be convincing others they’re a couple. Also I loathe unrequited love in anime (JUST TELL THEM HOW YOU FEEL!!!) but I liked how they put a tangible obstacle between Raku and Onodera. The characters are diverse and deep enough to be read more
May 18, 2017
NOTE: If there’s source material I am unfamiliar with it and cannot be bothered to check.When I read the synopsis, I was expecting something with a little more mystery or dynamic. What I got was my third most loathed thing in anime, inexplicable poor decision making. So I’m into the idea of a guy and a girl falling in love and she vanishes on him as swiftly as she came into his life, and him following her to Tokyo. But…
Long story short my issue with this series is it doesn't explore the psychology of the characters. Why are they making these decisions that sane people read more