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Apr 5, 2017
Anime's Scar Story Requiem Goes On, The Glory of Bluedom, The Fate of an Ill Born Industry

The Never Ending Necessity of Talking to Animals, What Story Idea Hasn't Been Done Before

The Creators Excuse to Exist, and the Death Threat Ultimatum

The origional form and intent of storytelling wast to guide, lend a hand, bring new insight or a fresh perspective. To help make sense of the world by the unknown so-called secrets of there within. How to circumvent or at the very least mitigate the inherent darkness and randomness of the wide world as well as the human heart. This in turn is what drove read more
Aug 29, 2015
Hope, Progress, and Paradise

Warning: Heavy Spoiler Filled Review
This review is intended to give viewers a greater experience and in depth understanding of said works. Or at least to enjoy seeing things from a different perspective, a fresh take on a wonderful adventure all over again.

Wolf’s Rain is an age old mystical tale that takes a radical and audacious turn of the beaten path. It goes on a journey, no that’s not quite right, it’s not quite defined and constrained. Well then perhaps a pilgrimage is more appropriate, nope not it either. This grand tale is unbounded, it isn’t concerned with a set in read more
Jun 8, 2013
This is a conglomerate review of both Seasons 1 and 2 of Spice and Wolf.

Rarely does popularity and fame accurately define and characterize the overall competency of a series or film. Fortunately Koushinryou is a prime example of this predominantly due to its sophisticated splendor and comprehensive brilliance.

This anime is very ambitious and exceptionally daring in regards to that the aspects as well as priorities of the story are virtually converse of the norm extant in the majority of mainstream anime. Shockingly this remarkable tactic doesn’t simply somehow manage to pay off for Spice and Wolf, but even ameliorates the significance of the plot read more
May 24, 2013
Air (Anime) add (All reviews)
Air is a rather peculiar and unique anime to say the least, it’s indubitably one of Kyoto Animation’s most inventive and ingenious series to date. This evidently should come as no surprise since this is an adaptation of a prized and cherished visual novel made by the adept and adroit studio known as Key, a subsidiary of Visual Art’s.

Air is an anime that pertains to a select breed of anime that strive to relay a considerably greater amount of occurrences and revelations to the viewer than one would reasonably anticipate out of a mere half season series. It’s exceptionally high compared to what one of read more
May 16, 2013
Seldom does one obtain or discover an anime that is quite frankly a world apart from its contemporary contenders and kin alike, and Shinsekai is indubitably an excellent example. Literally every aspect within this quite bizarre and exotic series is rather elaborate and convoluted though not to the extent of being incomprehensible, and is executed in a very adroit and ingenious manner. A vast amount of viewers would most certainly be deterred by the eccentricity that’s abound throughout the entire story, and expediently dismiss its existence altogether.

Fortunately for those of you who are tenacious, determined, and more open minded than the vast majority and that read more
May 3, 2013
Background Info: Key visual novels have invariably been held in the utmost high regard for their intricate, unforeseen and ingenious take on the maudlin and sappy infamous genre labeled as harem romance. Fortunately their anime adaptations generally tend to carry these distinctive and dignifying traits, albeit with inevitable constraints and alterations. Subsequent Toei animations distasteful blunder Kanon(2002), Kyoto Animation was fortunately given the opportunity to reconcile and accommodate for this complication due to antecedent triumphant Key adaptations, and produced a magnificent, majestic and commendable remake.

Story: At first glance, Kanon inadvertently, unexpectedly and perhaps even unintentionally presents itself to be just a mere addition to read more
Apr 26, 2013
Genuine love is indubitably an experience that everyone puts sincere consideration towards or conceivably aspires to procure. Unfortunately as this film judiciously portrays, maintaining such an exacting and frail relationship is a daunting challenge to confront indeed. This is especially accurate and undoubtedly concrete for a couple dauntlessly trudging through the painstaking and exacting endeavor known as maturity.

The fundamental plot itself covers a vast, almost tremendous duration of time ranging from the protagonists childhood to adulthood. One would expediently deem that such a broad time scale couldn’t be utilized properly within a mere hour long film. Fortunately no such apprehension or skepticism is required, read more
Apr 24, 2013
Being an avid fan of both sci-fi and romance, especially when presented in a glamorous and genuine style, I naturally didn’t think twice about watching it. Now considering that this is indeed the eight adaptation of Kakeru Shoujo I will make no comparisons or any relations to other versions of this film, since the others are non-anime anyway.

This film ostensibly presents itself to be a forthright tale on the ability of time-travel and the inevitable ramifications that result from it. To fully appreciate the magnitude and prudent motif the viewer must be astute and open minded. The predominant message carried throughout plot is allusive read more
Apr 24, 2013
I myself have been particularly fond of anime that venture towards conveying an important message rather than predominantly focusing simply on mere entertainment as its driving force. By doing so you not only deliver an intellectual ambiance to your viewers but an inventive one as well. For some this may appear too contemplative or be adding excess perplexity unnecessarily. Rather than enjoying this type of anime for mere amusement or pleasure, one should be prepared to learn a valuable lesson or two. By all means there is no urgent need for concern, since you will feel just as content and ecstatic with the conclusion read more
Apr 23, 2013
Just a fair heads up to whoever may be reading this, this IS my very first review so bear with me.

I have always been fascinated with parenting, though it’s a topic that is rarely portrayed in anime. It’s an experience that on end can bring a person to complete ruin to giving someone a very reason to exist on the other. It’s ironic how being a parent is one of the greatest challenges and hardships that a person can experience but yet nearly everyone is one or will be one. One of the main reasons for this is that no one can tell you exactly read more