Posts Tagged ‘ TV ’

Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo Review: Following Your Dreams and Moving Past Failure

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Just finished watching Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo last night, and wow what a series that was.  I actually haven’t watched all too many of the school rom-com drama type stories (with probably the only ones I’ve seen being School Rumble and Toradora, both of which I enjoyed quite a lot), and this is yet another reason why I feel like I really should watch more.  Sakurasou is a brilliant mix of wacky comedy, touching drama, and various romantic developments, and though it might not seem amazing at first it steadily proves why it’s such a lovable story. Continue reading

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Bakemonogatari Review: Apparition Issues and Dialogue

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A few days ago I finished watching Bakemonogatari, and it was quite the interesting experience.  With lots of interesting dialogue, great character dynamics, and a style truly of its own, Bakemono was very much worth it and certainly entertaining.  It’s unlike any other anime I’ve seen, and this uniqueness definitely helps it to stand out. Continue reading

Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin Review: A Story of Bonds and Brotherhood

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Last night I finished watching Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin, and what an experience it was.  One of the most fantastic displays of brotherhood I’ve seen and just an awesome story all around.  It’s certainly the type of story I would love to see more of in anime. Continue reading

Psycho-Pass Review: Ambiguous Morality and a Twisted Society

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Yesterday I finished watching through Psycho-Pass.  Psycho-Pass was an interesting watch that is quite different from most of the series I’ve already seen.  It’s far from perfect, but it was nonetheless very worthwhile and presented some interesting themes and ideas for the viewer to think about. Continue reading

Ao no Exorcist Review: The Life of a Demon Exorcist

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Finished watching Ao no Exorcist yesterday, and it was a pretty enjoyable series overall.  I’ve always enjoyed action Shounen series and this is one I hadn’t gotten to for a while, so I enjoyed watching it at last.  One of these days I’ll have to read the manga as well, but for now the anime will suffice, as there is a lot I have to finish this summer. Continue reading

Macross Review: Space Wars and the Power of Culture

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After about a week, I have finished watching the original Macross anime.  As a fan of Macross Frontier, I had high hopes for the original series, but ultimately I did not enjoy it nearly as much as Frontier.  While Macross was good in its own right, it was quite far from being a perfect series. Continue reading

Kanon (2006) Review: Winters Past and Uncovering Memories

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I just finished with Kanon (2006) so I guess this will be my first “real” post.  As I expected, Kanon was great and I definitely enjoyed it.  I’ve enjoyed the other Key works I’ve seen and I can definitely say that Kanon ranks up with those.  I enjoyed watching the 2002 adaptation, but the 2006 version was even better due to having more time for development and proper pacing. Continue reading

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