JasonBog (Level 12)

You know what's a great series to watch the entirety of on Netflix Streaming right now? Initial D
followed by
21
Review Stats
Reviews Written 42 Reviews Average Review Score
Community Votes 134 out of 139 users recommended your reviews Total Comments on Your Reviews 21 Comments
One Piece episode 454 review

In this next entry of "The Friends' Whereabouts!" side-stories in One Piece, Sanji and Chopper both want to get back to the Saboady Archipelago as soon as possible...at least until they get used to their new locales anyway. This episode isn't nearly as entertaining as the previous one focused on ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on Aug. 8, 2010
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
One Piece episode 453 review

With the second part of "The Friend's Whereabouts!" episodes of One Piece comes one of the best uses for the anime version of One Piece. Any One Piece fan by now knows that a current episode of One Piece bases itself on one chapter of the manga, then add just ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on Aug. 8, 2010
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Naruto Shippuden episode 168 review

There are definitely times when I'm watching the anime for One Piece, Bleach, Naruto where I feel bad that I've already read the manga version months ago. I already know what happens, so I ask myself what am I gaining here with voices and full-motion art. Then I watch an ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 26, 2010
8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Naruto Shippuden episode 167 review

It's hard to complain when you have a Naruto episode that's all about incredible fighting mixed with some very smooth animation. That is, except for where the smoother animation actually had some negative effects here. But otherwise we all get to see a Kyubi with more tails than before fighting ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 26, 2010
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Naruto Shippuden episode 166 review

One of the things about the Part II/Shippuden of Naruto that I was also somewhat disappointed in was how so many of the great side characters in the first part were put off to the sidelines while we see Sasuke getting more emo. It's surprising then, that we have this ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 26, 2010
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
One Piece: Season Three, First Voyage DVD review

As most One Piece fans will say, the greatness of the series is in the journey rather than the destination. The adventures that the Straw Hat pirates go through are full of so much fun, thills, and pure emotion that there’s hardly a moment that isn’t as compelling as the ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 25, 2010
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
One Piece: Season Two, Seventh Voyage DVD review

 I was faced with an odd conundrum when watching this particular "voyage" of One Piece. Here is a set of thirteen episodes that are all filler, taking place after the Alabasta arc and before the Skypeia arc. Not a single episode is a story originally from the manga, leaving a set of ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 25, 2010
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Bleach episode 279 review

After all the filler, the Hueco Mundo events of Ichigo's group, and the long, arduous battle in the fake Karakura town, we finally get back to the Visored group whose participation was left cold for well over sixty episodes. Ultimately it's this awkward reappearance that shows TIte Kubo isn't quite ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 25, 2010
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Bleach episode 278 review

The great thing about an episode that's the set-up of things to come is that eventually an episode with pay-off will soon follow. And that is what the 278th episode of Bleach was after the less-than-stellar episode 277. You get to see a great two against one battle in the ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 13, 2010
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Bleach episode 277 review

After taking its sweet time giving us all some good old-fashioned recap, Bleach finally got back to business of getting to the "serious" stage of the Kyoraku vs. Stark fight. Although this was another one of the calm-before-the-storm episodes, we all got to see Kyoraku actually show some backbone with ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 8, 2010
4 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Soul Eater Complete Series review

If being such a big fan of the shonen genre of anime is like being in a relationship built around patience and tolerance, then Soul Eater is (pun intended) like my soul mate. When Naruto went into an eighty-episode filler nightmare before Shippuden, I grinned and hoped for the best. ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 6, 2010
17 out of 17 found this review helpful.
Durarara!! Complete (Broadcast) Series review

Before I began watching Durarara!!, I made a personal vow that even though this was from the same creator of one of my all-time favorite anime series, Baccano!, that I would enter on a clear slate without judging the quality of this series from the other. Well that could've gone ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 5, 2010
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Bleach episode 276 review

If it was another character other than Omaeda being forced to keep Barragan occupied in this episode, I would definitely have given it a better score. Like if, say, Pesche just randomly appeared out of Hueco Mundo and had a fun moment of classic comedy like every scene he had ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on July 1, 2010
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Naruto Shippuden episode 165 review

The idea of a Naruto episode that's 40% self-defense and 60% talking being noteworthy seems near impossible, but this episode was just that. It was a powerful moment in the series that gave you a taste of the pure action of the previous episode before delving into the natural despair ...

Reviewed by JasonBog on June 26, 2010
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Mandatory Network

Submissions can take several hours to be approved.

Save ChangesCancel