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Mar 30, 2021
Well, well, well, what do we have here? The anime that I thought that would be the next Naruto in terms of length, already got to an end.

Black Clover is an anime that I started watching right after I ended watching Naruto, so you may understand my confusion when, back in 2017, I started this anime with a friend after school and I asked him “why is this so much similar to Naruto?”. It was like my tenth anime, so I was actually and purely confused. However, we promised that we would watch it together in my house, but then college happened and we had read more
Mar 26, 2021
What is wrong with a generic shounen anime?

I firmly hold the idea that, nowadays, originality is something almost impossible, because every new anime you see will remind you of x anime you had seen before. No matter how hard you try not to compare, the floating idea is always there "oh, this is exactly the same premise as x anime". Nevertheless, does a show need to be only original to be great? No! Of course, if it has originality it is something to congratulate, but if it doesn't, there's a lot of ways to tell a story and pass over that. It can have read more
Mar 24, 2021
Beastars is an anime that I watched in a whole rainy night before the pandemic appeared. At first sight, I ended it and I thought that it was nothing out of the world, but as soon as time passed, I started to rewatch parts of it and I gradually started to think how a delight of a piece it was. And now that I have this second season, I just reafirm it.

If you refuse to watch this just because you don’t want to be called a furry, you are just a reprimed anime watcher that is afraid to like something because of a category; read more
Mar 22, 2021
Did you want another fantasy with a main character that is perfect, and with a comedy that relies on people screaming and getting hit all the time and girls falling in love with this MC in two seconds? Well, my friend, this is your chance! If you didn’t, run away.

Tatoeba Last Dungeon Mae no Mura no Shounen ga Joban no Machi de Kurasu Youna Monogatari (yes, I had to copy-paste the name because I don’t even know it, lmao, why do they make names like these) is a fantasy anime that is mediocre and poor, but not THAT bad. The story is the same fantasy read more
Mar 18, 2021
What happens when you put something as wholesome as Cells at Work with addictions and bad habits in a blender? Well, Cells at Work Black is what you get.

Cells at Work Black is an anime that I refused to watch in a beginning. I thought it was going to be a blunder. When I first saw it would come out, I thought that it was going to be the same but with reversed roles. How wrong I was! If some people disliked Cells at Work because of the lack of characters as such, with this one there shouldn’t be many complaints.

The story is Cells at read more
Feb 3, 2021
Preliminary
***THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS***

I've read comments about this being the ultimate masterpiece; that if you disliked this is because you belong to the crystal generation of sensitive onions. Or that “this show is not for normies”. I rather be a normie than a person that praises this. But my question is how can you even feel comfortable while watching this?

The plot couldn’t be more simple since it is almost a hentai. Hentai don’t need a plot, but this one tried very hard to have one. It’s supposed to be a “dark fantasy”, but instead of being that, it is more like a “your hentai read more
Dec 27, 2020
***THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS***

My god, not even my first break-up when I was a teenie disappointed me like this anime did. I think that the comparisson is pretty accurate. Desilusion, a bad time, the feeling of “why did I keep on with this, when it was such a waste of time?”, and the consequent response of “I wanted to know how this was going to end, or if this can be saved”. All those things are in common.

Munou na Nana is an anime that began strongly and that had a huge potential but, as you can expect from my rating, this ended up being the read more
Dec 24, 2020
Akudama Drive is a dystopian anime that, at simple site, is a bunch of edgy characters with a simple story with a lot of blood and chaos on it. And that concept is pretty close to what it is yet, at the same time, it’s a little bit more than that. I wouldn’t call it “a hidden gem” because is not hidden and less is a gem, but certainly an interesting anime to take account.

You are told a story in an original way (I mean, what can be better than having puppets as narrators) about the current state of the city in Akudama Drive and read more
Dec 19, 2020
Even when you think that there’s nothing worth it during a season, you find animes like Yuukoku no Moriarty to contradict you.

Class differences. A concept that is old but that does not stop being an instaured matter nowadays; less harsher today, but still present. Despite this idea is a classic one, I really enjoy watching this controversial topic, and even more when is well managed. And what I like even more about Yuukoku no Moriarty is the way the main characters are not politically correct. They are not the perfect elite guys that sow justice and that fight for the poverty’s rights. No, they take read more
Nov 11, 2020
If you didn't like the anime series, won't like this either.

Usually, I tend to be as objective as I can 'cause I can rate with a 5 or a 4 an anime and that doesn't always mean that I didn't enjoy that, it means that it's full of flaws that I can't just ignore. Nevertheless, this time my subjectivity is going to take a lot of place here, because even though its's not perfect, I love Kimetsu no Yaiba.

I want to say that even if it does sound like spoilers, the things I mention throughout the review are already presented in both trailers! read more