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Dec 26, 2014
As I write this review I want to say that I have not read the manga and I'm currently ending the second season of this show.

This anime was constantly suggested to me by one of my friends and I refused to watch it when she initially talked to me about the show because I am incredibly picky and conscious about the media I consume. That being said, I regret not getting into this anime sooner. Magi is incredible. Maybe I'm just saying that because I'm so jaded from all the mediocre animes being praised these days (not that anime has never been mediocre lmao), read more
Oct 8, 2014
For those already familiar with the series (or at least Stardust Crusaders) then the last name "Cujoh" may sound familiar to you. Which is because Jolyne Cujoh is Jotaro Kujo's daughter and has inherited every bit of badassery and cunning there is from the Joestar bloodline.


Story: 8
Part 6 mainly takes place in a prison which has amazingly low restrictions and gives the residents a certain amount of free will. Life in the prison is easy if you have money, a fact that Jolyne learns from Hermes, a woman who is also going to Green Dolphin Street prison.

Stone Ocean is no exception when it read more
Jul 30, 2014
Not sure why I haven't heard of JJBA until very recently, but I watched the new anime for the first season and decided to try out the manga so I started with part 3 and, let me tell you, it was one hell of a ride.

You should know this already (if you don't then here it is), but here's a quick brush up on what JJBA is. It's a manga that has been around for an extremely long time and is very popular. It contains lots of action, gore/blood shed, super bulked up men, and each protag has the nickname "Jojo" hence why it's called read more
Jul 25, 2014
Shingeki no Kyojin's reviews are not at all consistent. Depending on who you ask they will either love the series or absolutely hate it, so if you're going to take anything from my review it's that you should try it for yourself.

Getting to the actual review, now: I give the entire first season of this anime a 7 and honestly feel like a 7 is what it deserved.

Why?

First off, the pacing. SNK is one of the slowest animes I have ever experienced. Its arcs span an unnecessarily long amount of episodes and barely get the story that far in the end. Its pacing was read more
Jul 21, 2014

When this anime came out many people were drawn to it. Everyone was raving about it and saying, "WHY HASN'T ANYONE MADE A MAGICAL GIRL ANIME LIKE THIS BEFORE?" The answer is simple. Because the point of magical girl animes is to empower girls and Madoka Magica is basically supposed to be the opposite because it's a seinen manga/anime. I think many of us seem to forget that Madoka Magica is of the seinen genre and not at all written for teenage girls which is why it's so dark in plot. You can interpret the fact it is of this genre in a couple of read more
Jul 19, 2014
Now, you can read the other reviews written by reviewers who have actually contemplated this anime as a whole for at least more than 10 minutes and they will give you a much better review on how Mawaru will make you feel. I'm using this review to tell you how I felt.

I'm hesitant on writing this review because, like Utena, I feel like my review won't be worthy of such an astounding anime. I just finished this anime minutes ago and I really don't feel like this review will be sufficient enough, but I feel the need to write it now.

When I was read more
Jul 17, 2014
If you're not going to read the rest of the review please read this:

Kill La Kill contains incestual rape, girls in skimpy battle outfits (this can either be extremely uncomfortable for you or pleasing depending on who you are), and a somewhat lacking motive and back story for its main antagonist. The art is similar to the popular anime Tengan Toppa Gurren Lagann and will not fail any old fans of that anime. The music is well done and extremely enjoyable since it's mainly orchestral and fits the mood well. The characters are, for the most part, intriguing and entertaining. The story is interesting read more