This anime is funny and simple, but it works, it has cast of good-hearted characters and straight forward story. The Dandelion family is Royal, but you would never be able to tell this if you meet any of them on the streets. They look and act like normal people, except for the fact that each has a unique power. Their abilities that range from gravity manipulation to teleportation.
Gangsta starting this season with its dark streets filled with hitmen, crime lords and prostitutes. I like this show because it is a similar to other favourites of mine: Black Lagoon and Jormungand. Continue reading
The case of Twenty Faces comes to an end. An anime based on the works of Edogawa Ranpo, an author who popularized mysteries for the Japanese audience. His works range from simply mystifying to downright terrifying–one of my favorite short stories was actually the inspiration to this anime’s opening episode, “The Human Chair.” After watching the opening, I assumed that the rest of the show would follow in kind, with each week showcasing another one of Ranpo’s short stories as self-contained episodes. While this was true to an extent, instead of jumping between multiple unique works, the show instead chose to feature the connected tales of the Fiend with Twenty Faces.
After two cours of episodes are completed, I finally finished this sweet and lovely romantic comedy. It was given enough episodes to address all the development within the anine–a perfect span of time to establish the strong relationships–romantic, friendly, and familial–and touch on most of the show’s individual characters. Continue reading