You know, when you have a title with the literal translation “Easygoing Lesbians”, it’s kind of obvious what you’re going for. With that in mind, let’s get onto the actual review because long winded beginnings are stupid. Continue reading “Yuru Yuri Review”
In life, you’re forced to make choices. What you want to eat, what you want to study, what kind of job you want, and even who you want to marry. But rarely does one have to make one that affects your life entirely and create a divergent that can separate who you will become later on, a life-changing decision to determine your own fate. Continue reading “Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki (Movie) Review”
In life, there are things that are misleading. TV ads, for instance. Clickbait on the internet. And sometimes, anime. There are certain things in anime that I require in a good anime: good exposition, a decent amount of character development, and a nice end in the last few minutes of the series to wrap it all up. Nourin…broke every single one of those personal foundations. Continue reading “Nourin Review”
Every girl dreams of their sweet 16th. (I assume.) And so, what better way to celebrate it by giving you a brand new, totally unexpected and uncalled for fiance and sister-in-law as a present! Continue reading “Mikakunin de Shinkoukei Review”
REALITY, BE RENT! SYNAPSE, BREAK! VANISHMENT, THIS, WORLD!!! As the last installment of the Chuunibyou series, Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren became one of the few shows in the 2013 winter season that was looked forward to, as its success in its previous season had done wonders for its popularity. So, let us delve ourselves into the minds of the great Tyrant eye, and Dark flame master once again, or as they are known in this mortal realm, Rikka and Yuuta. Continue reading “Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren Review”
When it comes to Succubi in anime, the interpretation can vary in a number of ways. On one hand, we have Astarotte’s Toy, which involves a succubus at the age of 10, needing to build up her male harem for ‘Japan’ reasons; and on the other, we have Rosario + Vampire, which involves a more developed and outgoing succubus named Kurumu, who can only have one mate in her life. On the other hand, you can go this show’s route and have way too many succubi with an average plot. Continue reading “Goshuushou-sama Ninomiya-kun Review”
The hook here was absolutely god awful, so I removed it to shield your eyes from the horror that was my past self. Continue reading “D-frag Review”
Incest is a…weird genre in anime. For some reason, the japanese love the idea of forbidden love in their animations, twisting the idea so they can still have said forbidden love so it abides by the law…kind of. To add to that niche library, we have Saikin, Imouto no Yousu ga Chotto Okashiinda ga, or, Recently, my little sister is unusual. Continue reading “Saikin, Imouto no Yousu ga Chotto Okashiinda ga Review”
REALITY, BE RENT! SYNAPSE, BREAK! VANISHMENT, THIS, WORLD!!! If that doesn’t give you an indication on what this review is about, I don’t really know what will. Before we get into the actual review, I want to do a little vocabulary lesson just in case some people don’t understand a phrase that will come up later. Continue reading “Takanashi Rikka Kai: Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! (Movie) Review”
Note: This is a ‘Preliminary Review’, as I have only watched 6 episodes of the show before dropping it. Also viewer discretion is STRONGLY advised.
When watching an adaptation of something, especially of that of a visual novel, the outcomes as far as I’ve seen, boil down to the bland protagonist inching towards one girl as the final ending/chosen female. But, Yosuga no Sora, is a special case where…we get something, “more” than that. To most, not in the good way.