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Apr 19, 2011
Kawamo wo Suberu Kaze is one of those rare anime that gives a beautiful yet painful look into a woman's life. There are no gigantic eyes, no moe blushes, just a brief inner monologue concerning hopes and dreams, reality and all of life's "what if's."

With only 24 minutes, Kawamo wo Suberu Kaze manages to give us a highly in-depth into Noriko's life, from her adolescent days to the near-finish of her lonely marriage. While it would be hard to describe the plot without giving much away, just know that it's good.

The art and sound are nothing revolutionary, but fitting. The animation mixes photo-realism and a read more
Mar 21, 2011
I am having trouble figuring out why Marginal Prince exists.

Marginal Prince is, and always will be, the first truly terrible anime I forced myself to sit through. I cannot say I regret this decision, because this is one of those anime that helps to remind me how awful most modern anime is, and forces me to appreciate the few anime that are actually worth anyone's time. Were I forced to suck any worth out of Marginal Prince, that would be the only thing I could come up with. What astounds me about this show is, at the time of writing this review, a total of read more
Mar 21, 2011
I can honestly say, with great confidence, that Wrath of the Ninja was one of the most terrible animated films I have ever had the displeasure of watching. If you are looking for quality action and superb direction, you are in the wrong place. Although it was made over two decades ago, the quality of the animation and art style feels so dated it might as well have made it's debut in 1889.

To say in the least, there is so much wrong with this film that there is so very little to say about it. The premise is so bleak and shoved under the rug, read more
Mar 20, 2011
When Togainu no Chi was first announced, I can honestly say I was incredibly excited. What more could I possibly ask for? There is nothing quite as satisfying as watching attractive men fighting each other and engaging in a wide array of homosexual actions.

Unfortunately, the only thing this anime has to offer is mind-numbing direction and plot, as well as the most uncreative and dull color palette seen in anime since Death Note. If you ever feel the desire to watch this, you had better have an unnatural love of the colors red and gray.

To be honest, I feel a bit ashamed giving Togainu no read more
Dec 28, 2010
This review is based upon the first episode of Starry☆Sky. Ratings are subject to change.

Studio DEEN once asked: "Could you tell me you love my real self?" The answer to that is currently a resounding NO. Granted, it is indeed hard to make a good anime when 95% of the budget is allocated to sound production, but they could at least try.

Story - 4

Really - it's based off a visual novel series. It's not terrible, but it's leaps and bounds from being considered original. Tsukiko Yahisa is the only female student at a previously all-male school. There's really not much to be said in this read more