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Archive for 2007/02


One… two… three… three new reviews, ha ha ha

That was my impersonation of The Count.  But, enough with the lame jokes.  For the first time in quite awhile, we actually have more than two reviews in an update.  Here’s some interesting entries into our anime section: Tide-Line Blue, Asatte no Houkou and a second opinion of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. And there’s […]

Not another Gundam movie

A Gundam OVA! Shadowmage continues to churn the Gundam reviews at an incredible pace, and today I present you with Mobile Suit Gundam Seed C.E. 73: Stargazer.  Unlike the other Gundam Seed titles he has reviewed so far, Shadowmage has some genuinely positive things to say about this one, so check it out. We’ve got […]

Tis’ a Gundam

Admittedly I’ve never seen a Gundam series in my life, but Shadowmage makes the suggestion that the two Seed series probably aren’t the best place to start.  Today he gives both Mobile Suit Gundam Seed and Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny a massive spray.  Phew, I’d hate to be Fukuda Mitsuou right about now.

No rest for the wicked

Not that we’re wicked, but it certainly does feel like there’s no rest for us, anyway.  Here’s a pair of additional reviews for you to appreciate: Xenosaga: The Animation and Distance.

Look, up in the sky, it’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s…

…two new reviews! The ever-popular dheu gives us a review of the Remioromen album, Ether, and our new home-boy, Shadowmage, gives us his thoughts on Afro Samurai, starring none other than Jules Winnfield Samuel L. Jackson. I don’t know about you, but I’m motherf***ing tired of these motherf***ing afroes on this motherf***ing samurai.

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