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Sep 25, 2020
(This review might contain some spoilers)

So, Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan is an anime that exists. Why? I don’t know. Clearly, this is aimed towards Men of Culture, of which I am not part of. I can probably identify myself as a “normie”, as if you check my profile, I rate a lot of different anime highly, even if a lot of other people don’t like it, making my average score around 8. But if you check the score I gave this anime, you’d know that this show has some problems for me. After all, this is the first time I gave literally anything read more
Jul 10, 2020
Preliminary
Humans are social creatures. Ever since the beginning, we’ve communicated with each other to help ourselves and our surroundings evolve. From stories, to speeches, to mere conversations, we talk about anything and anyone. But sometimes, you experience something that shakes you to your core, and you become unable to talk about certain experiences or events. These problems make it hard for some to communicate, and keeping them inside might only make them worse. Blue Hearts is a story all about that.

It is a rather dark story that involves certain topics like sexual assault, bullying, suicide, etc. Written by Yayoi Sou, the author of ReLife, read more
Jun 10, 2020
As I was looking through manga that I could read, I saw this peculiar manga. I thought that art was pretty mediocre, but I didn’t really mind that. What really caught my attention was that the manga had the word “Genders”. That word isn’t normally used in any Japanese titles from what I know, and that was pretty much the first time I saw it in a manga title. So I checked, and lo and behold, it was a manga about the LGBT+. Reading through it, I realized that this is one of the only manga that I’ve read that focuses on the sexuality and read more
Jun 2, 2020
Sports anime has been a major genre in the anime community, with titles like Kuroko no Basket, Haikyuu, and Free being some of the most popular sports titles in anime, even well-known with non-anime watchers. They give us an equal amount of excitement as watching sports in real life, as they show off the techniques and skills needed for the purpose of playing the game. In sports anime, they are usually mixed with other genres to make the show more interesting, but they are mostly combined with one of two genres: Comedy or Drama. The comedy aspect makes the whole show funny, but at the read more
Mar 28, 2020
Usually, in the mystery genre, they use all the evidence and logic they have to search for the truth. Instead, Kyokou Suiri uses all the evidence and logic it has to create a lie.

The story is about two characters, Kotoko Iwanaga and Kurou Sakuragawa. One of which is a “goddess of wisdom” for the youkai who live in the world, and the other is a seemingly plain human who is not what he seems. The two of them band together (or you can say Kotoko clings on to Kurou) and they try to solve the worries and concerns of the youkai around them.

Episode 1 introduces read more
Feb 14, 2020
For Valentine’s Day, I had the amazing idea to watch this movie at the last full show with some of my friends (Unluckily for us, we don’t have any dates, but it doesn’t matter as long as we have each other!!!), and honestly, this didn’t disappoint.

Like the synopsis said, this movie is about four people (essentially three), Aoi (the younger sister), Akane (the older sister), “Shinnosuke” of the present, and “Shinno” of the past. The story revolves on the dreams of all of them and how they become tied to one another, whether they become a reality or not. The “time travel” part isn’t read more
Dec 26, 2019
Tired of watching all those isekai or comedy anime? Wanna actually watch an anime that’s close to real life? Then Hoshiai no Sora is that anime for you! But please let me tell you this. Don’t view it as an anime. Don’t just look at it as a fictional story. This isn’t for people who only watch anime to “escape” from real life. Watch it as if it’s actually happening in front of you, as if it’s happening in reality, as if the characters are people you know, as if you’re a third party observing what they are going through. If you can do that, read more
Sep 19, 2019
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“Everything that you left behind became my everything.”

These words from the opening song hold true for Mafuyu Sato (CV: Shougo Yano), one of the main protagonists of the series. He seems like an ordinary person, but at the very first episode, you can already see that he has been through a lot, and this has turned him who is today: an expressionless, gloomy guy who doesn’t really communicate. The only thing he seems to care about is a guitar he holds throughout the first episode, which he doesn’t even know how to play. Bring in Ritsuka Uenoyama (CV: Yuuma Uchida), a regular guy who’s interested read more