Dream (Level 20)

My Ani-Crap Review on Wanna be the Strongest in the World is now up: http://www.animevice.com/profile/dream/ani-crap-review-44-wanna-be-the-strongest-in-the-world/107-11709/. Next poll will be up the weekend of September 5.
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Want a great mystery-thriller? Ghost Hound does the job well.

Wow, this was a great thriller title. Ghost Hound implemented use of psychological and philosophical elements to look into the developments surrounding the central characters of the series and piecing together the mysterious occurrences within the small town of Suiten. Like Serial Experiments Lain, Ghost Hound retains a subdued, mundane ...

Reviewed by Dream on Aug. 20, 2011
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Light-hearted mahou shoujo title this isn't, in a good way.

Anyone expecting a typical mahou shoujo title out of Puella Magi Madoka Magica is gonna be in for a huge shock. This series takes the genre and dips it into some very dark and horrific territory where it makes the lives of those given the power a living hell instead ...

Reviewed by Dream on Aug. 6, 2011
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Worthwhile paranormal/ sci-fi anime with enough drama packed in.

This TV adaptation of Silent Mobius was a great improvement over the two subpar movie adaptations released earlier in the 1990s which I seen before watching the series. Being at 26 episodes, the series has more time to focus on exploring the major events that led to the threat of ...

Reviewed by Dream on July 22, 2011
Things were great, until Madhouse messed up the finale.

With this OAV series being focused around Black Lagoon's El Baile De La Muerte arc from the manga, the return of Roberta in crazed revenge easily had the potential at creating the best material to be seen from the series thus far. For four out of five episodes, the series ...

Reviewed by Dream on July 15, 2011
1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
An effective mix of black comedy, mystery and the supernatural.

Black Butler was an anime that effectively mixed elements of black comedy, mystery and the supernatural exploring Ciel's involvement with various paranormal mysteries while seeking revenge with the help of his butler, Sebastian. The major bone of the series is focused around the bond between Sebastian and Ciel. The chemistry ...

Reviewed by Dream on July 10, 2011
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
If manic, perverted comedies are your thing, check this out.

Dororon Enma-kun Meeramera is a mostly nonsensical and perverted romp involving Enma-kun and the Youkai Patrol dealing with random demons dealing silly and sometimes perverted hijinks on humanity. The plot is pretty bare-bones where throughout much of the first half, Enma and his group deal with a random demon each ...

Reviewed by Dream on June 29, 2011
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
A great anime drama not afraid to tackle its touchy issues.

Don't let the moe looking character design of Fumika and the energetic talking staff fool you in thinking this will be a light-hearted title. Shigofumi features a grim look into a number of touchy social issues faced by characters that Fumika delivers letters from the dead to and explores some ...

Reviewed by Dream on June 25, 2011
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
A decent series, but left me thinking there could have been more.

C felt like a series that seemed better suited to run for at least two dozen episodes considering the elements it tried to cover with the Financial District. The show introduced a multiple number of characters with differing motivations for their involvement in the Financial District and features an elaborate ...

Reviewed by Dream on June 23, 2011
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Hell Girl season 3 appears to be running out of new ideas for me.

This season of Hell Girl felt like a step down in quality compared to the quality of the second season. Mitsuganae retains the elements you would find in the first two seasons of Hell Girl where a victim browses the Hell Correspondence site to send their tormentor to hell, thinks ...

Reviewed by Dream on June 22, 2011
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
A classy and original premise for a slice of life title.

Not too often I see an anime of an acquired taste on caliber with the likes of Bartender. While I'm normally not into drinking alcohol, Bartender's large focus on the drink and its influence on the customers that visit Ryu's tavern made me somewhat tempted at points to consider the ...

Reviewed by Dream on June 18, 2011
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
A decent, original premise that sadly looks incomplete.

It's a bit of a shame that Zombie-Loan had to end as abruptly as it did considering I did find it quite entertaining to look into. The premise itself was quite original where Chika and Shito are being loaned life as zombies in exchange for hunting evil "illegal" zombies. The ...

Reviewed by Dream on June 13, 2011
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
An impressive political thriller with high-quality presentation.

Continuing off from the first season, Ghost in the Shell 2nd GIG effectively makes itself into a political thriller series where what comes across at first sight as Section 9 trying to halt terrorist activity turns into an elaborate political conspiracy that once again pushes Section 9 to its limit ...

Reviewed by Dream on June 9, 2011
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Hell Girl 2 corrects some of the major issues from Season 1.

The second season of Hell Girl is a great improvement over the first season. While it is still marred with the repetitious developments with the victim and tormentor at a number of points, many of the character stories that Ai and her companions become entangled in are a bit more ...

Reviewed by Dream on June 5, 2011
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Original though its episodic setup gets a bit repetitive.

For such an original and intriguing premise, I found myself a little disappointed with how Hell Girl turned out throughout much of its run. This is a series with signs of a grey moral line through the actions of Ai and her companions as they use their Hell Correspondence site ...

Reviewed by Dream on May 31, 2011
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Just as over-the-top and flawed as Code Geass.

This series was giving me a number of vibes connected to Code Geass and I don't mean that in a good way. Star Driver appeared to be trying to mix around the classic archetypes of super robot anime, slice-of-life high school comedy and the over-the-top elements of Code Geass. If ...

Reviewed by Dream on May 20, 2011
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