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Oct 12, 2017
I’m not entirely sure what exactly compelled me to start Eromanga sensei. Perhaps I wanted to know why exactly were people completely shocked about how explicit the show was (when the writer and studio are the exact same as OreImo). Perhaps I wanted to see if OreImo’s writer fixed his craft. Perhaps I just wanted something to rage on. Whatever the case is, it succeeded in delivering on most of my expectations and is easily one of the worst TV anime to air in recent memory.

It’s difficult to discuss Eromanga without discussing OreImo, so I’ll be spoiling major parts of OreImo. Not like any sane read more
Oct 12, 2017
*This review mentions the anime as well

Eyeshield 21 initially had me curious because of its premise; outside of the US and Canada, works of fiction that feature American football are next to non-existent, if not straight up unheard of. A lot of the people who liked the show/manga, much to my surprise, were also people who weren’t even remotely interested in sports anime and often mentioned just how utterly fun the whole ordeal was.

Fast forward a few years and the show faded from mainstream anime attention, having a cult following of loyal fans but otherwise largely forgotten. While randomly scrolling, I ended up marathoning 14 read more
Oct 12, 2017
It’s difficult to discuss Yuri on Ice at this point in time without addressing several infamous facts; therefore, from this point on, I’m assuming that the reader knows full well about the show’s reputation and why it has garnered attention the way it did. Expect spoilers below.

Yuri on Ice sets itself apart from its counterparts immediately by having ice skating as its sport rather than more cliche sports we’ve seen done time and time again in anime (football and baseball come to mind; good heavens, there can never be enough baseball anime). On the other hand, however, there’s also the fact that it features a read more
Oct 12, 2017
Kyoto Animation is a studio with a fairly divisive reception; the show’s skills at making visually impressive shows is undeniable, but their various productions either have the community celebrating or rolling their eyes towards the ceiling, complaining about how the old days in anime were the best days and how anime has been ruined forever. And then you have people who simply wouldn’t give the slice of life genre the time of day, thinking that the entire genre is substance-less and a waste of time.

The second season of Hibike Euphonium is a case where it becomes very evident just how shallow the preconceptions I mentioned read more
Oct 12, 2017
Keijo is a fairly unorthodox show, starring a notso generic setting with young maidens enrolling in a high school (well, it’s supposed to be a high school but is actually a sports training facility more than anything) where ladies fight with their breasts and bottoms. The important distinction here being, of course, that it’s not a worthless harem and while the show is clearly fanservicey, it has a clear purpose in the rather, um, spectacular showings (including some pretty sweet action scenes) going on.

That paragraph alone tells you whether you will or will not enjoy Keijo, which (suffice to say) is completely reliant on your read more
Jun 18, 2016
Mayoiga (Anime) add (All reviews)
You know, it's fun to watch something awful. Something that is so deceptive at the tin, but manages to trick you and constantly be bad when you least expect it. Yeah, it's not the most COMPELLING way to do things, but it's not like you'd watch a show that's awful expecting anything good.

Of course, I might sound like I'm turning in circles, but it's hard to put into words the absolutely amazing phenomenon that is Mayoiga. This show isn't just awful, it's awful on purpose and bathes in said awfulness, and the result is nothing short of absolutely hilarious.

You know all those side-characters in every read more
Jun 18, 2016
Sometimes, we inexplicably watch awful shows. Why we watch them or how isn't relevant; we just sit down and do it. And sometimes, we come across shows that are so offensively awful that we sit down and wonder what was even the point, or shows that are so blatantly offensive that we have no clue why would anyone in their right-mind derive any kind of enjoyment from them.

Before moving further, I need to stress out something; if you liked Mirai Nikki, then that does not necessarily mean you will like this show. I am no fan of Mirai Nikki, but for what its worth, it read more
May 27, 2016
*This review will cover both season 1 and season 2 of School Rumble, since for all intents and purposes there aren't enough differences to warrant me writing two reviews for each season. I will NOT include the sequel OVAs in this review.

So. School. All of us are either in school or went through it at some point, and if you went through school, chances are that you have both fond and bitter memories of your time there, ranging from your unrequited crush dating the local gangster leader to your dog actually eating your homework and no one believing it to you accidentally ending up on read more
May 26, 2016
One Piece is widely considered to be among the most popular and highly rated anime/manga series of all time, and it takes no genius to figure out why. The premise is simple enough to follow, the character motivations are simple yet intertwined with one another and the setting is absolutely epic, with new locations always popping up and new adventures to be seen, both by the viewer/reader and characters alike. Couple that with a cast of eccentric characters and you get a recipe that's pretty damn easy to like...for most people.

Not me though. Oh no no no, I wouldn't be here if that were all read more
May 23, 2016
There's little avoiding the fact that Attack on Titan is undeniably an incredibly popular and loved anime; the show was a smashing hit at the time it aired and that hasn't stopped since. If anything, the show is even more popular than ever before, with season 2 being arguably the most anticipated sequel in anime history as a whole.

That being said, this isn't a review discussing it's influence on the anime fandom, but the show as a whole.

Heads up, this review contains spoilers for the show. You have been warned.

Attack on Titan's premise is gripping and easy enough to understand; humanity has been driven to read more