Denki Gai – Episodes 1-12 Review

“I never knew: finding out someone you thought was normal is really a pervert makes you cry” Hinotan My dear Homies, let's get one thing straight: I don't always watch anime for its thematic resonance. Yes, I thought FMA Brotherhood's exploration of the human condition was amazing; Yes, I think Attack on Titan's intensity is electrifying, suspenseful and... Continue Reading →

Orange – Episodes 1-13 Review

"Hanging in there, living, is the toughest thing there is" Naruse Kakeru Trigger Warning: Suicide Summary: Orange is a slice-of-life romance series set in Matsumoto.  Naho Takamiya, a second year high school student, receives letters sent from herself 10 years into the future. Her future self asks her to prevent her "biggest regrets", which has something to do with the new... Continue Reading →

Tonari No Seki- Kun – Episodes 1-12 Review

  Summary: My Neighbor Seki (となりの関くんTonari no Seki-kun) follows a girl named Rumi Yokoi who is constantly distracted by her neighboring classmate, Toshinari Seki, as he indulges in elaborate hobbies and somehow never gets caught in the process.   Review:     / 5 Let's talk about the nuts and bolts of this anime first: It's super short. At 21... Continue Reading →

Mob Psycho 100 – Episodes 1-12 Review

"Listen. Just because you have psychic powers doesn't make you any less human. It's the same as people who are fast, people who are book smart, and people with strong body odor. Psychic powers are just another characteristic. You must embrace that as part of yourself and continue to live positively. The truth behind one's charm is... Continue Reading →

Reborn! – Seasons 1- 9 Review

Hi Annieme-niacs! I've taken a little break from blogging reviews this weekend because I've been watching Mob Psycho 100, an anime not even I with my mighty powers can binge. That review should be coming within the week, though. Summary: Tsunayoshi Sawada, or "Loser Tsuna" as he's known at his school, is about as timid... Continue Reading →

Yona of the Dawn – Episodes 1-24 Review

Always be yourself, unless you can be a Dragon Warrior, then be a Dragon Warrior.       Summary: Set in a fictional place that draws inspiration from a mixture of Japanese, Korean and Chinese cultures, the story follows the redemption of Yona, the sole princess to the Kingdom of Kouka. Yona lives the carefree life... Continue Reading →

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