Anime Review: Houseki No Kuni

When the Fall anime previews came out, I came across the trailer for this anime and was immediately taken in by the beautiful images and animation. With actual good looking CGI characters too? Have we finally hit a future where that is possible? I thought for sure this was gonna be the next big anime people would talk about. I’ve been very surprised to find nobody else watching this one though. Which is a shame, because in my opinion this one hit at least the top 3 anime of 2017.…

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Ef- A Tale of Memories Review

I guess one word really summarizes this series for an avid drama/romance watcher and that word is SATISFYING!!!!!! I’ve never watched a romance series where everything ended the exact way that I wanted it to, while exploring tragedy and deep existential problems and still coming out with an ending that leaves you feeling like it all ended up for the best. This anime embodies  my philosophy that any story should have a happy ending even if its not the happy ending you wanted or expected. Something should be gained or…

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Grisaia no Kajitsu Review

Admittedly I would have probably never given this one even a chance by the premise alone. Facebook had people reacting about a certain scene where a teacher has violent sex with a student surrounded by the corpses of other students they had eaten. One doesn’t really just peruse past something so graphic without some degree of morbid curiosity. Looking at the description though it gave your generic harem setting of “A guy gets transferred in as the only male student of an otherwise all girls school~oooooo surely there will be…

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Review: C-The Money of Soul and Possibility Control

Since Trix had posted this one in our spotlight, I was interested in it and decided to give it a spin. I can honestly say its been a while since I’ve seen an ending that left such an impact on me. The emotion put into this anime was really strong and it left you dying to know what happens. Even better it had a solid ending that made the whole journey feel worth having. All that being said, there were such a ridiculous amount of holes in this story. I…

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Bakuman Spotlight

Four friends sacrifice almost everything in order to accomplish their dreams. Seventy-four episodes of “Bakuman” are adapted from the original manga. If you ever wondered how hard it is to create a weekly manga and the rigors and stress it can put on your life, you must watch this anime. Takagi spurs on this dream with his desire to write manga and have a classmate of his, Mashiro, do all the art work. Together they will take up the pen name Muto Ashirogi and together with Mashiro’s childhood crush turned…

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