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For fans of the manga only

 For a while, I've been attempting to catch up on my CLAMP. In particular, because I wanted to read X/1999 and Tsubasa, and I wanted some background on CLAMP's prior work that would be referenced in those series before I got started. So, I started reading Tokyo Babylon, and for ...

Reviewed by Count_Zero on July 17, 2010
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
How a Doujin Is Made.

 When I was a little kid, one of my favorite books was “How a Book is Made” by Aliki. Since I loved reading, learning about how books were made (albeit a highly simplified depiction of how books are made) was of particular interest to me. I'm still a voracious reader, ...

Reviewed by Count_Zero on July 17, 2010
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
One of the best series of this year

 I like shows that try something a little different. Whether it's in terms of the story and its setting, how they tell the story, doing something a little different then other shows scores points for me. This brings me to Durarara. The show uses a narrative approach that I'm going ...

Reviewed by Count_Zero on July 16, 2010
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
One of the better Romantic Comedy anime

Most Romantic comedy shows tend to fall into the trap of the love triangle. To be fair, it's a good way to get drama, though in my opinion unless the love triangle is set up well (or turns into a Love Dodecahedron, like in Ranma 1/2), it gets incredibly annoying ...

Reviewed by Count_Zero on July 16, 2010
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Urusei Yatsura Season 1 Review

Urusei Yatsura is tied with Gundam for the most references in Japanese animation. As such, I felt a compunction to give at least the first season a try. I'm not going to say I was disappointed, but it wasn't as mind-blowing as I thought it was.  The show follows Ataru Moroboshi, a more-or-less ...

Reviewed by Count_Zero on July 16, 2010
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Grim, Dark, Depressing, but still good

The Premise Rock is still working for Lagoon Company, and has gotten the hang of Roanapur, a city that practically makes Mos Eisley look like the suburbs, in terms of violence, criminality, and organized crime. This season becomes darker as Roanapur finds itself receiving two most unwanted visitors, and Rock ...

Reviewed by Count_Zero on May 5, 2009
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Highly enjoyable series

Having watched both seasons of the show on RPG.net for a Where I Watch thread, I’d say it’s about time to pass judgement on the show, and how good it actually is. There’s enough of a difference between seasons for me to split the review between seasons as well. I’ll ...

Reviewed by Count_Zero on May 5, 2009
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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