Anime based on card games are nothing new; we have Yugioh, Buddyfight and Vanguard, but when you mix it with Chinese lore such as The Romance of the Three Kingdoms and you get an interesting take on it. I still don’t japan obsession with changing the characters in to girls and beautiful man Continue reading
Saiki Kusuo no Ψ nan is a comedy slice-of-life story about Saiki Kusuo who has special powers that allow him to do pretty much anything. Yet, when you can do so much, all you want is peace, but you rarely get what you want. Continue reading
At first glance, one would think that this is a yaoi anime, but even without the “shounen-ai” tag, it’s not. It’s one of those rare romance anime where the main characters are the same gender, but the romance is heterosexual. When I first saw this anime, I thought probably the same thing as anyone else who was unfamiliar with this anime before it aired, “This is going to be another borderline-yaoi anime, is it?” Then, I read the description, and my curiosity was piqued. For that reason, I ended up watching it when it premiered, and I must say that it was a fun anime to watch.
Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV is a five episode short(special sixth episode limited to the special editions) that is supposed to be a treat for those like me who are anticipating the grand game.
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
Yes, even through this anime is a short and its episodes are “marshallow” in size, but they are pack full of suggestive innuendos, misunderstandings, workplace sexual harrassment and a genuine feeling of heart.
First of all this anime is a short. That means I am reviewing a show with 2-minute episodes.
I was quite hype for this short to get a second season as I really enjoy the first season. This sequel actually has a more serious tone than its prequel. There was more episodes with easier to follow storyline and see-able progression. This has less of its original slap-stick comedy, because of its more serious outlook following Kaoru’s pregnancy and the couple life together. It is sad to less of the silliness, but I think this is a good progression of the show making use changes a family goes through as they welcome a new member into their life.