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Paprika (Movie)

Satoshi Kon's first movie Perfect Blue, was also my first exposure to an adult level of animated narrative subtlety, and chilling realism. Watching it was as much of a mind expanding experience as as my first viewing of Akira, yet for different reasons. many people have compared Kon's filmmaking to ...

Reviewed by Kino88 on Sept. 1, 2014
Blade & Soul (Anime)

Blade and Soul delivers something that was a bit lacking this year for anime. It plays it's story totally straight, avoiding any forced humor or cheap fan-service, and at it's best feels Like an honest tale about the tragic consequences of vengeance. Set in an oriental fantasy realm, Blade and ...

Reviewed by Kino88 on Sept. 1, 2014
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Ikkitousen: Dragon Destiny (Anime)

This series was to put it simply, Flawless. The series had an amazing soundtrack and the new characters introduced in this series were awesome. The story carries on where season 1 left off. Totaku has been defeated and Hakafu is leader of Nanyo. This series revolves around the dragons of ...

Reviewed by Sasukeyagami on Aug. 31, 2014
Ikki Tousen (Anime)

Personally I liked this series. It was fun to watch. (No, not just because of the fanservice) The characters were intresting and some were quite badass (My personal favorite was Ryomou)And it had a brilliant soundtrack. Sadly, this series is looked down upon because people think it's just fanservice. True ...

Reviewed by Sasukeyagami on Aug. 31, 2014
Gatchaman Crowds (Anime)

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.
It’s Not My Fault That I’m Not Popular! (Anime)

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.
One Piece (Anime)

How can ANYONE dislike one piece is beyond me, the plot, the character development, the amazing moments...everything piles up to one of the greatest shonens ever made.PLOTthe plot is amazing and well elaborated, the plot develops correctly and doesnt drop the main story like jojo's bizarre adventure,bleach and naruto(just to ...

Reviewed by othus12 on Aug. 21, 2014
2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Toriko (Anime)

Toriko is my favourite series of all time, im in love with the concept, the characters,the plot and the style. it has to be one of the best shonens ever released since dragon ball...and that's why i cannot forgive what toei did to the animation.PLOTThe world is on the gourmet ...

Reviewed by othus12 on Aug. 19, 2014
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Momo Kyun Sword (Anime)

im gonna be brief on this review: momo kyun sword is not the type of anime that will make you drop your jaw from the fight cinematics or the deep plot, this is a 100% mahou shojo fanservice.PLOTthe story itself centers on gathering magical peach pieces, momoko and her friends ...

Reviewed by othus12 on Aug. 19, 2014
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
A Certain Scientific Railgun (Anime)

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
Chaika - The Coffin Princess (Anime)

Welcome everyone to the Chaika review! My style is a bit different because I write things neutral, to recommend series to the right audience. That's how I perceive reviewing anime and manga in this community. Matching the right show to the right folks, obscure or mainstream. You name it. I ...

Reviewed by takashichea on Aug. 18, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
From the New World (Anime)

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.
Silver Spoon (Anime)

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.
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