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Dec 21, 2012
Do you have nutbladder insurance?

I ask this because you might need to get some if you're heading into the 4th season of Hidamari Sketch.

To my extent of knowledge, Hidamari is one of those "under the radar" Slice of Life shows, which is a shame because it really is a great show. The show continues on with the girls' everyday lives at Hidamari Apartments and Yamabuki High School. Chatting, spending time with each other, going to school. This is pretty much what happens throughout the series. You might think, "Wow, that's boring," but it's the characters personalities that make each episode fun read more
Dec 28, 2010
As a fan of To LOVE-Ru, I didn't enjoy the first season at all. I know it wasn't very faithful to the manga, but the way it was executed left a bad taste in my mouth. However, Motto changed that by following the manga more closely, and the result? An adaption that was enjoyable from start to finish.

If you're familiar with To LOVE-Ru, then you probably know that there's not really a driven plot. Those that are new to TLR (which I'll refer to this series as for the rest of the review), you're not gonna expect much of a story read more
Sep 26, 2010
Seitokai Yakuindomo is a fresh new comedy of the summer season and personally, one of my favorite comedies.

Story- The synopsis pretty much covers it. Basically, a male (Tsuda), one of the very few, who attends a female-dominated school and is randomly chosen to be the male representative of the student council. From then on, everyday school life for him, which he once thought was to be normal, has now become strange. Since it's a school anime, there's really no story at all.

Art & Sound- This is one of the first anime that I've seen produced by GoHands and to be honest, they did quite a read more
Jun 29, 2010
Looking at what I should expect for the Spring 2010 anime season through a calendar released by a source I don't know, one particular show had caught my interest. The little plot summary read, "The story is set in a family restaurant named "Wagnaria", in the northern Japanese prefecture of Hokkaido. Sota works part-time there among the restaurant's high-spirited and strange staff." Reading that and looking at the picture of that anime had made me want to watch it. After watching that first episode, I knew that I'd enjoy Working!!

Story: After reading that little plot synopsis, you would think that read more
Mar 20, 2010
Clannad (Anime) add (All reviews)
Browsing through Kyoto Animation's page on Wikipedia, I wanted to look for more laughs produced by the wonderful studio. Finished with the very popular Haruhi, Lucky Star, and K-On!, one of them had caught my eye. That was Clannad. And I have to say, Clannad may quite possibly be one of the best anime I've ever watched in my life.

The story of Clannad is set in a Japanese city, with the majority of it taking place in the city's high school. Clannad is pretty much similar to Kanon (2006), which is also produced by Kyoto Animation. They both start off read more