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Mar 3, 2012
OreImo is like the sugar of the anime world, it's not good for you but it's so delicious that you just want more and more.

Story 7/10
Most of the episodes in OreImo are different from all the others except for maybe the first 5 episodes.It's basically about a really popular Girl who is secretly obsessed with eroge and how she tries to hide her hobby from her friends.There are 2 episodes that I was kind of bored watching but thats it.

Art 8/10
I really like the art style, sure it's no Angel Beats, but the girls are cute and it's easy on the eyes.

Sound 6/10
The opening and read more
Aug 12, 2011
Preliminary
The whole purpose of this manga is to show the alternate world shown in the disappearance. The story is that Nagato has a crushon Kyon and she's shy about it. I actually like Disappearance Yuki more than the silent, emotionless one, and disappearance was a great book and movie, so i really enjoyed reading this.
One of my favorite parts about this manga is Asakura, she was not a Yandere in this, but she was Yuki's best friend who tries to set her up with Kyon, but Yuki does not follow through, but at the same time she is over protective over Yuki. She does not read more
Aug 10, 2011
This was a great arc, but sadly it was a little shorter than others. I was able to like Akasaka a lot and i started to like Ooshi a little more too.
As far as art goes, this is the cutest Rika that has been drawn so far, maybe it's the fact that she is younger than in the other arcs.
This arc was very different than the others, taking place before the Oyashiro's curse has started, and the Dam project war is still happening. I really liked that this arc is so different than others, sadly only two episodes of this arc were put into the read more
Aug 10, 2011
At this point in Higurashi, Keiichi is really starting to piss me off as the main character, Keiichi being paranoid for almost six volumes gets old, and he really goes insane in this arc.
I really liked how Satoko finally got an arc to herself, she is probably the least focused on main Higurashi character in the series.
This arc focuses on a real issue in life, and that is child abuse, everyone wants to save Satoko and there was a point when Keiichi was argueing with Mion and it was like, DUDE YOU CAN'T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT, GET YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOUR ASS! read more
Jul 24, 2011
This arc of Higurashi was focused on Mion and Shion. This arc's art are better than the first one's, but it is mainly great on Mion, Shion, and Rena. The art on Rika and Satoko isn't as good, but you will hardly ever see them, sadly.
Anyway, this arc was so confusing, it certainly has the right of being a Question arc, and the question will not come until the Eye Opening.
I did not like this arc as much as the first one, I don't really know why, maybe it's that in the first arc, i had no idea what Higurashi was. Or maybe it was read more
Jul 10, 2011
If you are reading this review, you probably read the plot and read other reviews, I'm not very good at writing these so do not bash on me.
Kanon is amazing! You will experience every human emotion while watching this anime. You will cry, you will laugh, you will want to punch one of the characters in the face. Another thing is that this show will make you think, and it will try to get you to solve the puzzle that was Yuichi's past. Living in America, there is hardly any shows on television that make you think, there just mindless reality shows and stupid cartoons. read more
May 15, 2011
At first, I totally thought this was going to be another stupid Harem anime with supernatural girls swooning over the main protagonist, I was only half right.
Kore wa Zombie Desu ka had everything. Comedy, action, romance, ecchi, etc. One of the reasons this anime was very unique, was that the boy was a Zombie who didn't eat flesh. And also he was able to transform into a magical girl!
Another thing that was unique was Eucliwood Hellscythe, the necromancer who brought Ayumu back from the dead. Her words are so powerful, so she's afraid to talk.
There are some pretty cool battles in this anime too.
This was read more
May 15, 2011
If there is such thing as the perfect movie, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya is it.
The main protagonist, Kyon, has to make the most difficult decision of his life. Does he want to live in a world with aliens, time travelers, and espers, or does he want to live a normal high school life.
To watch this movie, you must watch the first two Seasons of Haruhi Suzumiya.
Anyways, the art that is shown in this movie is beautiful, the plot is purely original, the characters are like real people.
If you enjoyed the Haruhi Suzumiya anime series, imagine the series 5 times better, that's just how amazing read more
May 3, 2011
I was attached to Higurashi a few pages in. Seeming like atypical Harem manga, it takes a total U-turn when a series of murders are told to Keiichi.

I really like the art in the Abducted By Demons arc. The characters look so cute and innocent, but when they get into murder mode, they get seriously freaking creepy. I have a feeling that it was done on purpose to catch the reader off guard. It certainly worked on me!

The character Keiichi is the main character in this arc. He is very relate able. Everything he does seems like something a real human being would do, I read more