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Are you as sick as me of seeing “Top 10 XXX of 2014” posts, tweets, blogs, etc… absolutely everywhere? Well if you are then brace yourself because HERE IS ANOTHER ONE!
It has been almost a year since I updated the site, let’s get started with something I wanted to try last year as well. On the first day of Christmas my waifu gave to me… an adaptation that came from … Continue reading
Yes yes lets continue the countdown, with christmas almost here things are getting busy all over the place so trying to keep up with this is getting interesting…it also sucks that I had more than half of my post for … Continue reading
Now this anime year has been ridiculous, compared to previous years the quality and quantity of actual GOOD titles for 2011 has been at its best since the year 2007 in my opinion, and 2012 seems to be continuing this … Continue reading
While this is not a very impressive anime in its technical aspects (except casting) watching Dog Days is just so much freaking fun that it’s easily one of my favourites of this season so far. And after 13 episodes this … Continue reading
While I still havent gotten too much into this show, its has an interesting concept and if they can use it properly this could end up as a dark horse of the season. I wrote the following on one of … Continue reading
YES! THE TIME HAS FINALLY COME! Haqua du Lot Herminium’s anime debut is here! And after listening to Hayami Saori‘s performance as Haqua it almost feels like she was born for this role!
Continuing on from where I left off on my last post. This season marks my new personal record for the number of ongoing anime I’m following in a single season. Lets not waste any more time. Hidan no Aria (Ep … Continue reading
Putting last season behind, I now focus on the present. 2011 has so far been one of if not the best years for anime related news I’ve ever seen. Every month something good happens, and this Spring season’s lineup looked … Continue reading