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It's no Hot Tub Time Machine, but still funny in its own right.

It’s not every day you run into shows that are just plain eccentric, especially one that's centered on baths. Well that’s exactly what happened to me, thanks to a little TV special I stumbled upon called Thermae Romae, based on Mari Yamazaki’s award-winning manga of the same name. It may ...

Reviewed by asian_pride on Feb. 1, 2012
The true second season to the popular Suzumiya series.

I’m sure those who experienced the Haruhi Suzumiya re-broadcast expressed great disappointment for the inclusion of the infamous Endless Eight arc. I should know, because I’m one of the many who did. Afterwards, a friend of mine somewhat defended it, stating it was a pretty clever ‘stunt’ from KyoAni and ...

Reviewed by asian_pride on Aug. 11, 2011
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Mermaids, Terminators, Fist of the North Star-like powers, oh my!

Seto no Hanayome (My Bride is a Mermaid) combines romantic, harem-esque comedy with slapstick, parody, and a bit of action in the mix, pulling off a great presentation of its characters in an extremely humorous yet outstanding fashion. I honestly haven’t laughed this hard in quite a while, and of ...

Reviewed by asian_pride on July 24, 2011
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
More worthwhile watch than the main series.

When people have power, they feel they can do whatever they want with it. They feel like they can change the world, whether it’s contributing to society, or bringing total destruction. But for those unfortunate ones who don’t have power, it’s almost impossible to not feel a little spiteful for ...

Reviewed by asian_pride on June 3, 2010
9 out of 10 found this review helpful.
It's not so wonderful as a harem, but still worth watching.

I’ve had my share of good and terrible harem shows, though most of the ones I’ve seen are almost unbearable to watch. Usually the protagonist is such a disgrace of a character that it gets to the point where I’m almost offended because of their weak personalities. I mean, come ...

Reviewed by asian_pride on Dec. 27, 2009
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Remains as the epitome of an outstanding mecha series.

War is hell. The harsh, brutal realities of warfare spread like wildfire, consuming everything it touches. It not only involves the soldiers in the conflict, but even the innocent are forced to witness--and even participate in the ensuing chaos. One day you’re making fast friends with a fellow comrade in ...

Reviewed by asian_pride on Dec. 21, 2009
9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Any of this show's attempts at sincerity is laughable at best.

I haven’t completely lost interest for the fantasy adventure genre; maybe it’s just the little kid in me. But in recent years, I haven’t seen a good fantasy anime hit all the sweet spots I felt back in the day. Anime adaptations of video game shows such as Tales of ...

Reviewed by asian_pride on Dec. 20, 2009
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
A funny romantic comedy worth enjoying every single minute of it.

  I didn’t really pay much attention to this show until someone actually introduced me to it. It wasn’t much of an attention grabber for me at the start, because I initially thought it wasn’t something worth looking forward to. My opinion changed when I found myself getting a chuckle ...

Reviewed by asian_pride on Nov. 3, 2009
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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