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The Past and Future

Hello, friends! Today we plumb the past and the future for our reviews! First up is AC with a look at the revamp of one of Rurouni Kenshin‘s most famous arcs, Rurouni Kenshin: New Kyoto Arc. Sadly, it seems this would have been best left in the history books. The remake botches almost everything that […]

You Can (Not) Panzer

Salutations, friends! We have new reviews on the horizon just for you! First up is kevo‘s look at Girls und Panzer. This series surprised and charmed many with its blend of comedy, cuteness and masterful tank action. It receives kevo‘s highest recommendation. Definitely check it out! Reckoner, however, wasn’t as pleased with the long-anticipated Evangelion […]

Songs and Billiards

Hello once again, friends! I’m here to bring you wonderful new reviews. First on the docket is Death Billiards, reviewed by AC. It concludes on an open-ended note, but AC found the story nonetheless absorbing and the visuals interesting and creative. It’s yet another solid work to come out of the Young Animator Training Project. […]

The Origins of Loving Live

Greetings, friends! Today we bring you two new reviews. First on the docket is a series from the recent winter season. First on the docket is a review of Love Live! School Idol Project from kevo. The series gave him just enough to want more, even if he wishes it would have explored its characters […]

Two Letters, Two Reviews

Hello again, friends! Would you like more reviews? Of course you would! First on the docket is Shadowmage‘s look at K. The abundance of appeals to various niches dilutes the experience in his view, and while the action can be fun, the characters and plot never quite match. Meanwhile, Kaikyaku reviews Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust. […]

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