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Holding off on doing stuff for Ani-Crap at the moment. Just got into another major hassle involving my Internet provider.
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After two weeks juggling making this and real life stuff, I've finally got my Last Exile review up. As usual with TV titles, I have this review divided into two parts with my thoughts on the series and how you can get it are in the first part with the second part covering my thoughts of the English dub and the features on the disc. And boy did I have enough to point out with the English dub (mostly good ways, though I have some nitpicking). My next review will cover another Studio Ghibli title. So be sure to check it out.
 
 
 
    

 
  
If you want to suggest titles from my collection you would like for me to cover, check out this link to my Youtube channel and look in the profile for a listing of titles I have yet to review. Post below for what you would like for me to review at some point.
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Fifth review just got uploaded. If you want a dark and depressing action-drama with a morbid take on Red Riding Hood, then take a dip into my review of this film based on parts of Mamoru Oshii's Patlabor anime and manga franchise. My next review will cover another of John Martone's requested titles which I will have to take a couple weeks to work on thanks to its 26-episode length. Enjoy this review!
 
 
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By request from John Martone, this review covers a certain 1998 cyberpunk title that is considered by many to be on par with Eva in terms of mind-screwing in its look into the blurring of reality and the wired world. Like the last review I put up, my Lain review is divided up into two halves. The first covers how I got Lain, the chances of getting it on DVD and my thoughts of the series. The second half covers my thoughts of the English dub and the features on the DVDs. I have a special request for April for selecting a review that you can check out at the end of the second part of this review. Here are the videos:
 
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Just uploaded my third anime review on Youtube and the first TV series for me to cover. For those who like action and drama, Gunslinger Girl offers up a good mix of it. I have the video divided up into two parts since the full review was over 12 minutes long and I didn't feel like having to cut stuff out since it took me the entire weekend to get this thing put together. The first half covers my thoughts of the series and how you can get it. The second half covers my thoughts of the English dub and the features on the disc. My next review will be covering one of John Martone's suggestions and it's quite the mind screwer. Here's the videos: 
 
  
    
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Fresh to go, here's the second episode of my new series of video reviews for anime. This one's focused around the antics of Ai Amano and unrequited love in the old-school romantic comedy-drama Video Girl Ai.
 
 
For a listing of titles I have yet to review from my collection that you would like me to look into, visit my Youtube Channel at this site: http://www.youtube.com/user/ggn3.
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