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Superflat First Love (Movie)

A while back I reported on an anime video that was being produced to celebrate Takashi Murakami and Louis Vuitton's partnership, titled Superflat First Love. That video is now up on YouTube for your perusal.The video has a storyline, which goes something like this: a Japanese schoolgirl (Rei- and Asuka-style ...

Reviewed by gia on June 11, 2009
Gene Shaft (Anime)

This anime has very few redeeming qualities, if any.  Its graphics are cheesy even for its time, the story is terribly bland, it has a godawful soundtrack comprised of misplaced electric guitar riffs, and you won't really care about any of the characters. I would go over some plot points, ...

Reviewed by SEXYTRON on June 10, 2009
Solty Rei (Anime)

There are not too many anime series that I even give a second glance these days - sometimes it seems that this industry has gotten so lazy and mass-produced that more focus is put on what will (or might) sell than good, original writing, artwork, graphics, and a solid story.  ...

Reviewed by SEXYTRON on June 10, 2009
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Ghost Hunt (Anime)

This is a slightly more un-sung series than most of my past recommendations, but FUNimation's Ghost Hunt-- not to be confused with Production I.G's Ghost Hound, a very different show that came out six months after Ghost Hunt ended –is a really solidly enjoyable show, even for those less interested ...

Reviewed by gia on June 10, 2009
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The Place Where Heroes Gather (Episode)

Kenichi Shirahama is always being pushed around and is called weak legs by his classmates (Shirahama sounds like the Japanese word for weak legs).  One day on the way home he tries to help an older man being mugged.  As he goes to help and is about to be beaten ...

Reviewed by domainman on June 9, 2009
Monster (Anime)

Now here's a long series well worth its hype and reputation. Well known for its build up of suspense, exposure into the limits of human morality, and surprising developments with plot and characters, Monster's 70+ episode length is quite a commitment considering the two months it took me to complete ...

Reviewed by Dream on June 7, 2009
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
The Secret of twilight Gemini (Movie)

This Lupin the III moive mostly takes place in morocco! When he gets their he's get's mix up with fighting factions who want control of morocco and one of the faction not believe in the old story's of the diamond of the twilight. To bad the other group of masked ...

Reviewed by N15PCA on June 6, 2009
Pluto: Urasawa x Tezuka (Anime)


Reviewed by gia on June 4, 2009
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.


Reviewed by gia on June 4, 2009
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
School Days (Anime)

School Days is a very grotesque anime drama, with a good romantic and comedy start, that slowly evolve in to some kind of masochistic viewing, similar to a japanese TV drama. The characters provoke both empathy and disgust, but the viewer becomes piqued by their positive side and continues viewing ...

Reviewed by mareo2 on June 4, 2009
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Fushigi Yugi (Anime)

Lets talk about immersion for a bit, immersion is the ability for a story of any form to draw you in. If an anime can draw you in completely it can make any thing funny, or scary. Fushigi Yuugi seems like it really wants to immerse you in the story, ...

Reviewed by ThePsychoGamer on May 28, 2009
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Fruits Basket (Anime)

The zodiac has been a big part in a lot of anime stories, this being one of them. In Fruits Basket we follow the life of Tohru Honda, who's mom died in a car accident. she lives in a tent till one day when two boys from her school, Yuki ...

Reviewed by ThePsychoGamer on May 28, 2009
2 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Inukami! (Anime)

In anime history there have been many powerful dog type creatures, but none of them can prepare you for the world of Inukami (creatures that have dog like forms. but can transform into human like forms. inukami tranlates to dog gods), for it's not the one with the most demonic ...

Reviewed by ThePsychoGamer on May 28, 2009
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