Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo Returns

This review does not take any considerations of any previous Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo material, and the series will be treated just by itself –

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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,

Tanteikid94

shoujo tachi wa kouya wo mezasu

The first episode caught my attention with the way the male MC was introduced. After watching this show, I feel that I neither hate or love this show as it was pulling itself into too many directions and that 12 episode was too little for people to like this show. The fact that is was base on a VN means that there were parts that were rushed to fit with the episode count. If this show had more episodes, we would have gotten an amazing story full of laughs.

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Diamond no Ace 2

Again we return to this amazing baseball anime that has a gripping story formula like season  in the form of reaching Koshien. While also allowing  the addition of new characters adds more spice to the story which continued from season 1. One of the notable additions would be Coach Ochiai. Which I won’t go into because of spoilers.

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Rin-Ne

The flow of Kyoukai no RINNE works pretty well for the most part of the show, which is pretty impressive when you consider that they literally took chapters from all over the manga and placed them in a completely new order. By doing this, stories no longer feel random, but instead, progress one to another. That’s not to say that all of the episodes are linked, but there is a natural feel to how things progress. This effort by Brain Base that allows for a better sense of growth and development from the characters. I really applause Brain Base for putting time and effort to do this. The randomness of the manga was the reason that made me dropped it.

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Natsume Yuujinchou 3

It’s more than a bit ironic that I find myself looking back on this show now that I just completed this third season because that’s also largely what goes on in season 3. To be sure, the whole show has always been about our titular character Natsume reflecting on his situation, but up until this point, it’s been more of a remembrance for Natsume how things used to be a lot worse.

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Oshiete! Galko-chan

This anime has proven itself to be more than a short for simple fan service .It’s just a simple “Girls Talk” segment that goes on for a few minutes. To me, it’s basically “Amazing Things About the Human Body” featuring an airhead, a bookworm, & a fashionably hip teenager. I really love how some of the questions are so straight-forwarded & cliched despite the feeling that you know how the three girls will react to it, It taught me dome fun that I didn’t know about before, and that you shouldn’t judge something or someone based solely on they look. This goes for both the characters and anime.

If you have a couple of minutes in your hand, & you just wanna waste it, I recommend watching this