Dream (Level 21)

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A rather subpar shounen battle anime.

Soul Eater is another in a long line of shounen battle anime with its premise revolving around a school called Shibusen that teaches shinigami and their weapon partners that can go in and out of weapon form in hunting evil humans and witches. Three duos/ trios of students are focused ...

Reviewed by Dream on Oct. 19, 2014
A dark and suspenseful, albeit somewhat flawed, suspense anime.

Terror in Resonance focuses on a duo of teen terrorists responsible for a string of bombings throughout Tokyo that have the police baffled over who the culprits are. Mostly focused on our young male leads Nine and Twelve, Terror in Resonance involves the duo using the codename Sphinx to give ...

Reviewed by Dream on Sept. 26, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Easily the worst work coming from P.A. Works to date.

Having been used to P.A. Works whipping out quality titles like Hanasaku Iroha and Nagi no Asukara, it was a given that I was going to be tempted to try Glasslip out. At first glance, the premise seemed intriguing on paper as female lead Toko has the ability to see ...

Reviewed by Dream on Sept. 25, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
A classic baseball anime with its high and low points.

Notable for being one of Mitsuru Adachi's most famous works, Touch focuses on the bond between Minami and the Uesugi twin brothers who grew up as neighbors and childhood friends with the trio having the desire for the twins to play baseball and make it to Koushien to play in ...

Reviewed by Dream on Sept. 21, 2014
A decent horror title delving into aspects of being a ghoul.

Tokyo Ghoul focuses on a college student named Kaneki who winds up being attacked by a ghoul and infused with said ghoul's internal organs to save his life, resulting in him becoming a half-ghoul. In this series, ghouls are somewhat like zombies in that they need to eat human flesh ...

Reviewed by Dream on Sept. 18, 2014
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
An example of a nice premise getting wrecked by a bad ending.

The best way to describe Hal is that the movie starts off great, then it has to add something that nearly wrecks the quality of the film. The movie is focused around a robot who is able to take on the human form of a man named Hal, the lover ...

Reviewed by Dream on Sept. 18, 2014
Surprisingly insightful for a spinoff to a 70s anime franchise.

I have to be honest with how surprised I am with the insightful depth that Gatchaman Crowds offered up with its premise. While appearing to be a loose take and spinoff of the 70s costumed hero series, Gatchaman Crowds' plot revolves around aspects of communication, mainly involving social networking as ...

Reviewed by Dream on Aug. 29, 2014
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Has a unique premise, though your mileage may vary with it.

Watamote is one of those occasional titles I come across where even with all the years I've watched anime, I'm not sure what to completely make of it. The series appears to be a sort of black comedy focusing on how pathetic, and sometimes selfish, Tomoko's character can be in ...

Reviewed by Dream on Aug. 23, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Not perfect by a long stretch, but much better over Index.

It's not perfect, but this spinoff to A Certain Magical Index is at least a major improvement over Index. Unlike Index, Railgun maintains a consistent narrative focus on its look into the everyday life of Mikoto and her friends within Academy City, making it a more character-driven work as a ...

Reviewed by Dream on Aug. 19, 2014
A decent sci-fi drama, though it may be a bit overhyped.

From the New World is set in a post-apocalyptic future where there is an apparent utopian society with psychics until a group of children come to learn that things aren't as they seem on the surface with their so-called utopia. The series delves into corrupt elements of the human condition ...

Reviewed by Dream on Aug. 13, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
An engaging slice-of-life title if you enjoy its farming premise.

Before I get into this review, I should warn folks that this series may not be for everyone as it is a slice-of-life title, a far cry from Hiromu Arakawa's previous hit title Fullmetal Alchemist. In addition, aspects of the farming lifestyle it explores such as animals giving birth and ...

Reviewed by Dream on Aug. 10, 2014
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
A decent time-killer if you watch this as an animation fan.

This collection of animated shorts by Katsuhiro Otomo and several other anime directors mostly have a feudal era setting (Farewell to Weapons being the exception to this) and are meant to show off the talents of the men involved. Being a film anthology, I will be giving quick thoughts on ...

Reviewed by Dream on Aug. 2, 2014
A decent time-killer with its games and some character focus.

Problem Children focused on three superpowered teens from different time periods who get whisked away to a parallel world where they have to assist a struggling land with reclaiming its status by competing in competitions against demon lords. For a 10-episode TV anime, this series does offer enough to engage ...

Reviewed by Dream on July 27, 2014
An underwhelming end to the Inuyasha anime franchise.

Inuyasha: The Final Act is meant to continue where its early 2000s prequel had left off in the continuing plot of Inuyasha and his allies trying to stop Naraku and his plans with the Shikon no Tama. I might as well address the major issue with this series first that ...

Reviewed by Dream on July 13, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
A surprisingly enjoyable and refreshing high school title.

Not sure what makes this a rom-com considering there's no major romantic developments or implications that take place throughout the course of A Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU. I'd more consider this a mix of comedy and social psychology which explores the differing mentalities of high school students having differing social ...

Reviewed by Dream on July 11, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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