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Blood Blockade Battlefront Review

My love for Blood Blockade Battlefront (or Kekkai Sensen) was unexpected. I generally don’t start an anime until it’s survived the anime wolves and trolls, so I was a bit hesitant to deviate from this practice for Blood Blockade Battlefront. Frankly, it

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Absolute Duo Review

There’s a pair of concepts that I’ve always been particularly fond of. The concept of having a weapon that takes shape based on your inner desires or your true purpose. The other is the concept of a duo, a pair

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Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon – Review

  The setting of Cross Ange takes place in a world where everything is controlled by Mana. Humans use it for everything, from cooking and cleaning to police and military actions. However, there are some cases where someone is born

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Psycho-Pass 2 Review

Psycho-Pass 2 is almost the perfect sequel. I love Psycho-Pass because it shows us the need for empathy and the human factor in daily life. As a lifelong nerd, some days I prefer data to people, and Psycho-Pass allows me to live in

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Death Parade Review

Recently I had an argument with someone whether anime is art or not. I am strongly of the belief that anime IS art. My most recent case for this argument is Death Parade. Death Parade is somewhat abnormal in its origins. Most

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The Rolling Girls Review

In today’s world of bland and copy/paste stories, it’s nice to see something that tries to deliberately be different. The Rolling Girls is a new series based on a manga written by Yosuke Miyagi.  It’s a mix of adventure with

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Log Horizon Season 2 Review

First aired – October 4th, 2014  Finished – March 28th, 2015 Created – Mamare Touno   Log Horizon is a fairly unique series in what has quickly become it’s own sub-genre. The concept of “Being Trapped in a Videogame” has

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Durarara X 2 Part 1 review

Created by Ryohgo Narita Animation: DRRRX2 A few years ago, I saw an announcement through Adult Swim that they were bringing a series called Durarara to their line up for Saturday night anime. I had never heard of the series

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Testament of Sister New Devil Review

Winter anime season is closing down, and it was pretty jam packed. This season had a lot of new comers, like Testament of Sister New Devil. This series was derived from a series of light novels and manga by Tetsuto

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Anime Winter Season First Impressions!

2014 was a really fantastic year for anime. There were plenty of great shows to choose from. The past couple of years were a bit of a drought to me, but last year was a nice oasis. 2015 is off

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