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Burn Up This Disk!

Burn Up Warriors is presented in 4 parts, each approximately 100 minutes long, and is set in futuristic Tokyo. It follows the story of a policewoman named Rio Kinezono, a very buxom blond who is assigned to the paperwork division, who sexually leads on her boss only to let him ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on March 20, 2012
Sex and Violence 101

The movie series Mad Bull is presented in four parts, each approximately 50 mins long, and follows the story of Daizaburo "Eddie" Ban, a rookie cop in modern day New York City, as he gets assigned to the most crime riddled precinct, the 34th. This Japanese-American gets partnered up with ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on March 15, 2012
Street gangs on motorised Rollerblades.

Set in a modern day alternate world, Air Gear follows a young man named Minami Itsuki (aka Ikki or Crow), a middle schooler, juvenile delinquent, and suffers from low self esteem since his gang was beaten in a fight. He was adopted at a young age by the Noyamano sisters, ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Feb. 27, 2012
The Pinnacle of Lame.

Recorder and Randsell is a modern day, slice of life humor anime with an unusual twist. It depicts two siblings, one named Atsushi Miyagawa, an 11 year old boy who happens to look like a very tall 19 year old, and his older sister, Atsumi, who is 17 years old ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Feb. 23, 2012
Tittyfest 2012

Queen's Blade Rebellion, technically the third full series installment in the Queen's Blade saga (I don't count the mini series Queen's Blade: Beautiful Fighters as a full series, since it's only six episodes long), and is due out April of this year, but I happened to catch the OVA of ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Feb. 16, 2012
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Consider this your only warning.

The anime series Maken Ki ! takes place in modern day Japan. We first meet Takeru Ohyama, a normal everyday anime stile perverted young man as he moves into his new dorm room in a private high school that was once exclusively all female. He is being helped by his ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Feb. 11, 2012
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Often dumb, sometimes funny.

Kill Me Baby is based on the four panel manga "Baby Please Kill Me", and is centered around four high school (?) girls in modern day Japan. We first meet Yasuna Oribe, a charming and friendly young lady with a sunny disposition and a knack for getting into trouble. She ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Feb. 10, 2012
They heard me from 6700 miles away.

This will serve as a quick recap/review for the first 3 episode of Guilty Crown's second season. This first paragraph has spoilers in it. Episode 13 starts 2 weeks after the end of the first season's grand finally. Much of Japan, particularly Tokyo, is under quarantine after the "Terrorist" (GHQ ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Feb. 6, 2012
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Now, I'm interested.

Just some updates from my last review of High School DxD. The second episode has some moments of real comity, and the action has heated up, especially in episodes 3, 4 and 5. Episode 3 explains the chess system, and how each demon represents a piece, and how it effects ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Feb. 3, 2012
The Greatest Anime Ever Made.

Lodoss, the accursed island. Long ago, when the island was still a part of the mainland, the Gods fought for control in a cataclysmic war, and the god of war won. Lodoss was split apart from the main continent, and has since then never known peace. In it's latest war, ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Jan. 27, 2012
This series defines the word Gratuitous.

Freezing takes place on a futuristic bizzaro Earth that has come under attack by creatures known as The Nova. Not having anything to to do with cars or a PBS series, these inter-dimensional beings look a whole like the the giant mechas on the anime series "The Big O" and ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Jan. 19, 2012
Worst. First. Date. Ever.

High School DxD takes place in modern day Japan. We first meet Issei Hyodo, a second year student at the Komaou Private Academy High School. Komaou was once an all girls school that has recently went co-ed, and has a host of exchange students from all over the world. Issei ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Jan. 14, 2012
The Nutty Professor meets Futuregirl.

DNA Squared (or DNA2) takes place in modern day Japan. We first meet a 15 year old high school student named Junta Momonari, who has a very unusual problem. Whenever he is around women, and any sexual thoughts enter his mind, he gets violently ill and pukes likes a geyser. ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Jan. 7, 2012
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Mindless hyper-violence on steroids.

M.D. Geist, made during the earlier years of third generation anime, takes place in a distant future on a faraway world, colonized and ruled by Earth, named Jerra. The planet has been at war with a rebel force known as the Nexrum Army, who resents Earth rule, for many years, ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Dec. 31, 2011
Strong enough for a man, made for a woman.

I'd like to say from the onset, that "Ceres, Celestial Legend" (or Ayashi no Ceres in Japanese) is a Shojo and as such, was made to target young women as it's audience. As I have seen in the past, when those outside of an Anime's or Manga's target audience reviews ...

Reviewed by lordbane666 on Dec. 28, 2011
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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