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Not My Cup of Tea

At first glance, Black Butler revolves around wacky hijinks involving a young prodigy rich heir whose sole competent servant is his butler, Sebastian. The rest of the servants are woefully incompetent and more of a nuisance than help, destroying whatever they touch so that more work goes into fixing whatever ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Jan. 30, 2015
More Realistic than Ranma 1/2

This was another manga series that I wasn’t too sure about when I first read the synopsis on the back cover. Yet I decided to give it a try and got surprisingly involved.Cheeky Angel is a bit more realistic version of Ranma 1/2 which involves a gender bender premise. The ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Jan. 25, 2015
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Fan Service Failure

Overall, this is another manga series that I actually know very little about, primarily due to the fact that I haven’t been able to read most of it and my information comes from reading one or two of the GNs. However, what little I have seen doesn’t inspire me to ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Nov. 11, 2014
Learning to be Happy

At first glance, Happy Lesson is a fan service harem comedy featuring the protagonist, a young teenager with five drop dead gorgeous women who are also have the forbidden fruit thing going for them as they are not only older than him but also his school teachers.However, the relationship between ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Aug. 8, 2014
Great Writers Can Captivate!

Manga is an incredibly versatile field and nowhere does it show it more with this series. You would not normally think that a comic about making bread would be very successful, but surprisingly; the author succeeds in capturing your interest and holding it throughout the series.England, France, and Germany all ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Aug. 2, 2014
For Street Fighter Fans and Kids Only

I’m pretty sure that Sakura Kusanago was originally intended to be a joke character created by the video game designers of “Street Fighter” video game franchise. But much like her predecessor Chun Li, her popularity was explosive and she became one of the fighting girl icons, typically representing the “cute ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on July 1, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Knock Out Series

This is a new and underrated series as far as I can tell as I accidentally stumbled across its existence by total accident online and haven’t been able to find it at all in the stores. One-Punch Man nevertheless hits the ground running and was funny enough that I read ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on April 13, 2014
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Mindless Action with Hot Girls

I read a few of the GN but I lost interest real quick. Black Lagoon is a series that relies on mindless action with little in the way of plots and lots of hot and insane girls wielding guns and other assorted weapons and some fan service as well.If John ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Feb. 23, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Wonderfully Realistic Robot & Series

There have been any number of anime series that focuses on giant robots. Mazinger Z, Voltron, and Evangelion are a few that spring to mind. But never has there been an anime series that focuses on a bunch of office workers who save the world from evil monsters using a ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Feb. 9, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Not So Heavenly

Unlike a lot of shojo series which I can’t stand, this one is decent. It doesn’t try for absurd romantic entanglements. The main character Hana—a female is forced (somewhat against her will) to become a member of her high school's field hockey team. Unlike the rest of her female classmates ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Feb. 3, 2014
Disappointing Anime-Mate

I am continually disappointed with the Japanese’s attempt to anime-mate Iron Man and this animated feature follows in the pathetic footsteps of Madhouse’s previous 2011 Iron Man series.As far as the animation goes, America could definitely learn a few things about CGI from Madhouse as visually, this is one of ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Jan. 27, 2014
A Japanese Version of Highlander

Macabre to the extreme.For some INSANE reason, a preview to the anime movie based on this series came at the beginning of the early Ranma 1/2 video tapes. It was an incredibly gory and shocking scene where this kid uses his finger and thrusts it into the eye of a ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Jan. 19, 2014
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Short and Gentle Comedy

There's no dastardly villains, wacky aliens, demonic beasts, fierce ninjas, stoic samurai, or anything else in this series. There is no magical transforming girls, no martial art battles, nor complex soap opera storylines or anything of that ilk.Azumanga Daioh simply works because it’s normal. It’s about the lives of a ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Jan. 15, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
More Shoujo Than Action

I’ve long been a superhero fanatic and the X-Men are one of the more decent superhero teams out there. Their comic books on the other hand tends to go through ups and downs in my opinion. I was interested enough when this manga came out to read it and well, ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Jan. 14, 2014
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Not To My Taste

I managed to sit through about two or so episodes of the anime but I couldn’t stand to watch anymore. The animation is of excellent quality, good artwork and backgrounds as well as the movements of the characters were highly realistic. Since I only watched a limited bit of this ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on Jan. 14, 2014
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