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Jan 1, 2009
Peculiar and eccentric are the only words that are used by Suzumiya Haruhi's classmates to describe her. She looks like an ordinary and beautiful girl at first glance but when she started to open her mouth you would take back the good things you said to her. During their class introduction, she stated that she isn't interested in ordinary humans and prefer to meet theoretically unbelievable beings such as aliens, time travelers, espers and sliders. All of her classmates are dumb struck and doesn't know if she's joking or not! No one even bothered to know what's going on inside her head until her seatmate, read more
Jan 1, 2009
Strawberry Panic is a 26 episode anime series directed by Masayuki Sakoi and from the studio madhouse who also made Claymore, Cowboy Bebob, Beck:The Mongolian Chop Squad, Chobits and Death Note. I find this series entertaining but sometimes a little dragging. The animation was ok and the art....you'll get use to it. This series may not be the one of the best that Madhouse made but still it's nice to watch. The BGM used are sometimes a bit off and you'll also get use to it. Even with some flaws strawberry panic is still fun to watch because you'll get attached to some characters. I read more
Jan 1, 2009
Code Geass is a 25 episode series directed by Goro Taniguchi and written by Ichiro Okouchi. From the studio Sunrise who brought you Gundam Seed, Inuyasha and Visions of Escaflowne goes all out with this addicting series. This series is like the combination of Gundam Seed and Death Note but much more cooler. I like the story because there are many interesting plot twist and every episode you won't be bored. The pacing of the story is just right and the fight scenes are awesome. The character design is very beautiful and that is to be expected because the character designs are made by CLAMP. read more
Jan 1, 2009
Let's start on what took my attention in the presentation, the animation in superb, character designs are gorgeous and music is very catchy. Like all Gonzo made anime, the visuals are very outstanding but what lack is the story because there are holes left in the story and unless there will be a sequel I can forgive them (well there is a sequel so its understandable). As a mecha show like Gundam this has less action but has comedy to make up for it. In the funny scenes you will always find Souske trying to protect Chidori by all means possible its really hilarious its read more
Jan 1, 2009
The visuals are great but the story has more holes than a swiss cheese. I've read the manga and I like it but what the heck did they do to the story? Sometimes I really hate GONZO mainly because they are not loyal to the source material. Well I think I could praise the character designs of this show because all the girls here are adorable and cute. This show is funny sometimes but usually its annoying. It's full of panty shots and every episode you will SEE panties I guarantee you. I also have to complain about the battles because its like 'monster of read more
Jan 1, 2009
This movie is based on a light novel by Nasu Kinonko, a writer for TYPE-MOON that brought us Fate/Stay Night and Tsukihime. Before watching this movie, I've read some chapters on baka-tsuki and I find the novel confusing so I decided to read other novels from that site so in other words I watched this movie with only little knowledge but what the heck?? This show is awesome!!! Good thing I saw the torrent link in animesuki and I immediately downloaded it.

What really caught my attention in the movie was the outstanding visuals. The studio ufotable was able to make KyoAni's animation look like Gonzo. read more
Jan 1, 2009
Aria Series Review
This review will cover season one up to three of Aria. Since I marathon it, it would be proper to post a review that covers every season. It would be difficult to review this one because this series is more about mood and feelings. I’m a person who finds it difficult to express what I feel into words so I hope you can bear with me.

Aria is set in Neo-Venezia, a city that resembles Venice. It is located in the planet of Aqua which is formerly known as Mars but during the 23rd century it was terra-formed and became a planet capable read more