Gakuen Alice was a very interesting series that I've watch.It captures my heart at moment(making me cry),but also show the strong bond of the characters and the friendly(and funny) relationship between them.If you were disappointed at how the anime series ends,then stop being so disappointed! Because the reason that Mikan have come to the academy,made good friends and found out about herself.Was all because of Hotaru leaving and Mikan wanting her to come back(which resolve in Mikan coming to the academy)....The way that the anime series end was pretty good,with Hotaru not leaving...The producer stopped the... read more
The most interesting aspect of this anime is the way the characters are portrayed. Most of the scenes with more than *one* person around will be enough to wrestle you to the floor laughing or play with your emotions like a diabolical programmer on late night shift. Tooru is a little like the typical anime schoolgirl - sweet, not very bright, but always cheery and is a big help around the house. Much of the focus of the story is how she slowly changes the lives of those around her, especially the Souma family. You see, it's not all fun and games being an animal. The Soumas are unable to have relationships... read more
This is one of my favorite anime. It's story is so compelling, and original. It starts out simple, but then explodes into a truly amazing experience. The twists and turns involved in this story are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. What good is a story though, if the characters are bad? Fortunately, the main characters are all interesting and fleshed out. The animation is also great. It truly is beautiful. The music is also superb, from the shows theme songs, to background music. But, the best thing about this series is the fact that there is no definate good or bad guy. It is all up to the viewer... read more
Fairy Tail is an incredibly well-done feel-good show, and while it may not make you think and ponder the secrets of the universe, it's definitely entertaining and even heartwarming at times. If I could describe the show in one line, it would be "Yu-Gi-Oh! done right", because it's constantly pushing friendship and somehow succeeds. On top of that, the show has the rare ability of effortlessly flowing between its humorous and emotional moments. The characters are all very likeable, the soundtrack is full of masterpieces, the voice actors are great, and the show's jam-packed full of creativity
The anime adaptation of the manga disappointed me, it felt as though all the peculiarities that made the D.Gray-Man manga unique were smoothed out for the anime. I guess anime is a watered down version of the manga so to speak, a reasonable initiative by the producers of the anime, as to open D.Gray-Man to a wider audience, otherwise it may have been too dark or gruesome for younger viewers. Like most animes, I recommend reading the manga wherever possible. Nevertheless, D.Gray-Man the anime is a solid watch, there’s plenty of action to be had and a little space to be bored as you learn about the... read more
Maki Murakami's manga Gravitation introduced "boy's love", or male romance, to a whole generation of manga readers. The TV adaptation of Gravitation did the same thing for a generation of anime watchers when it originally debuted in 2000. The show toned down the explicitness of the original story a bit for TV, which had the effect of making the show that much more accessible for people who weren't already fans of the original.