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Dear my Readers,

First, I would like to thank you for all your readership. It is a pleasure to write for you, but I want to inform you that since I will be starting my placement next week, I will have less time to watch anime and write reviews. Therefore, the blog will not be updated as regularly as before. Thank you for your understanding and keeping rocking the otaku sphere. I will still reply to any questions or comments that you have.

Yours Sincerely,


Final Fantasy XV


The wait for this game was long and cruel. But after waiting almost a decade, we finally got our hands on the latest epic adventure. Living up to its predecessors, Final Fantasy XV has its fair share of twists, turns and an exciting original storyline. However, it has also been met with much controversy over the array of new features that bring the series in line with the modern industry.

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Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge

It’s not about simply promoting listlessness, it’s about how others react to it. The main theme is listlessness and the show does a good job of revolving around that theme well. The show gives us situations that put Tanaka’s listlessness to the test and make other characters respond to it with such hilariousness and tact. As the show progressed, it kept introducing other characters that became vital in making the show charming.

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High School Fleet


This show was not at all what I expected it to be. Once I saw the character designs, their outfits, and the fleet, I thought that we will be getting another anime similar to Kancolle. The girls will meet and gained a ship name, weapons, and supplies to fight each other. I expected a battle school anime and daily high school lives of girls and the Harekaze to receive some cutesy mascot nickname, and to work its way through all the other ships for a final victory against the intimidating Musashi. There was a battle like that in the end, but no in the way, I was expecting.  Continue reading


Sometimes, one’s attention to a show is caught by a rather weird combination that shouldn’t really be all that unusual. In Bakuon!!‘s case, that is high school girls and motorbikes. The somewhat sexist or sexualized notion of “biker chicks” aside (the second one of which I’m at least fractionally guilty), the show seems solely dedicated to the weird concept of motorcycles and all its weird appeals. Continue reading

“Akame ga Kiru” Now, I Die.  


After the manga has finally reached the epic confrontation between Esdeath and Akame, I thus decided it was time to watch the anime version of it.


The manga version of the fight was, without a doubt, one of the most breathtaking showdown I’ve ever seen. Esdeath was depicted as the embodiment of an unstoppable force through effortlessly fencing 1 million manpower + magical-device users and experts in all field of killing. To topple down the regime, to break the boundary of the physical laws of the world was to overcome this ruthless beast. But what makes Esdeath powerful is only partially thanks to her equipment, Demon’s Extract.

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