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The Guyver (Movie)

Before there was the Power Rangers … there was The Guyver. Made before CGI was viable, this live action adaptation of the Japanese manga was actually a fairly accurate on the basic story where an ordinary young man is thrust into the extraordinary when he runs across a strange alien ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on May 15, 2013
Firefighter! Daigo of Company M (Manga)

I stumbled across this series several years ago but it’s been a difficult task getting ahold of all of the volumes. It’s rather surprising to me that it doesn’t appear to be all that popular as it is as other titles such as Bleach, One Piece, or Naruto. This series ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on April 23, 2013
Katanagatari (Anime)

I love stories like this, that try to do something different while still staying the same; adding a little bit of creativity to an over used plot. I didn’t think it would work for my tastes but by the end of 12 episodes, i was hooked. And while i doubt ...

Reviewed by katmic on April 16, 2013
Death Note (Anime)

I am going to start off by rating the art and story line separately. I never usually give anything full stars because 9 times out of 10 there is always some room for improvement in my personal opinion.Art: 4/5Story line: 4.5/5The basic outline of Death Note is pretty clever if ...

Reviewed by xBlazingStar94x on April 8, 2013
Tiger & Bunny (Anime)

Ever since I was a kid I was fascinated with superheroes and I genuinely enjoyed this series as rarely do superheroes get explored in Japanese anime. What I truly liked was the freshness and originality of this series as it takes a look at just how would superheroes be treated ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on April 8, 2013
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo (Movie)

Based on the recent anime-inspired Teen Titans series, this movie was a suitable grand finale for the Titans as I felt that the final season didn’t really focus on the five core Titans as much as it was a guest star Titan-poolza where they tried to stick in every single ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on April 7, 2013
Teen Titans (Anime)

The Teen Titans weren’t the first group of superheroes but they were the youngest and consisted of the sidekicks to the older, more established heroes. Originally stylized as a Junior Justice League and each sidekick in many ways were simply a carbon copy of their mentor but they evolved and ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on April 7, 2013
Key the Metal Idol (Anime)

Here is a show that deserves every bit as much respect and remembrance as any other high concept anime from the 90's decade,such as Evangelion or Lain. Key is an unsung classic, somehow forgotten by the masses. what starts off feeling like a sci fi retelling of the classic fairy ...

Reviewed by Kino88 on April 7, 2013
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Batman: Gotham Knight (Anime)

This is a collection of animated stories featuring Batman with a rather strong anime influence, which makes sense considering that each story segment was done by a separate Japanese anime production company. But there is an appalling lack of cohesion and we get so many different and disjointed interpretations of ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on April 7, 2013
Claymore (Manga)

I've only started reading this series and it already has got me rather hooked. There is a definite darkish vibe to it, but not so much that it totally grosses you out.Taking place in an alternate world where female warriors who wield gigantic blades known as "Claymores" and hunt down ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on April 6, 2013
1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Death Billiards (SP) (Movie)

So I stumbled upon this short while perusing through miscellaneous anime listings. I would have never guessed this little short would outclass every other animated work I had seen this year. I investigated it's origin and I found out that the Japanese Agency of Cultural affairs distributed 2.65 million dollars ...

Reviewed by AnimePhiloshophe on April 5, 2013
Ai Yori Aoshi (Anime)

I have to admit that I am not a particular fan of romance anime or manga. I find them a bit overly gooey and emotional with too much females weeping or stoic guys who push away their loved ones because they somehow erroneously believe that they are unworthy of the ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on April 5, 2013
Eagle: The Making of an Asian-American President (Manga)

A few years ago, I distinctly remember seeing a TV episode of "House M.D." where the belligerent doctor informed a black politician aspiring to the Presidency that; "it's not just called the White House because of the paint job". And while it was offensive, he was right.Eagle: The Making of ...

Reviewed by snowymountain on April 5, 2013
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