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Apr 2, 2013
Preliminary
If you are reading this review, you are likely doing it for the purpose of answering the question of "should I watch this show or not?" Let's answer that question quickly, if you do not enjoy or have not experienced iDOLM@STER, then this spin-off will not appeal to you, go watch something else. If you do enjoy iDOLM@STER, then this may be able to satisfy your craving for more adventures with 765PRO.

The premise behind Puchimasu revolves around the existence of creatures called "puchidols", small, stylized caricatures of those working at 765. These creatures have traits that are greatly exaggerated fandom interpretations of the characters and read more
Feb 1, 2011
This review is being written under the assumption that there are only going to be these 4 episodes as it concluded pretty well.

Afterschool Pleiades is a very simple mahou shoujo. There's no metaphors for today's society, blatant fanservice, over the top humor, nor any overlying themes. It just has magical girls and the power of friendship. For whatever length it had, Afterschool Pleiades didn't try to be anything more than your basic mahou shoujo.

Story 6/10.
The story is simple mahou shoujo stuff. A girl one day unexpectedly receives magical powers and uses them to collect fragments of a magical device. In this case, remembering the Subaru read more
Jan 2, 2011
One of things that bothered me about Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase was the mood. When a show opens with Neko Mimi Mode, an incredibly silly and lighthearted song with such silly animation, along with all the falling basins added for comedy effect, you wouldn't expect the dark atmosphere the show had. What makes this special enjoyable is that from the outright, it lets the viewer know that it's not meant to be taken seriously. For me, it was a pleasant way to end the series after the awkwardly dark tone of the main series.

Story 9/10.
You want a story? The Tsukuyomi cast is lost at sea in read more