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Campione!

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Honestly, I don't know why this show appealed so much to me. It might be the mythology that is told throughtout each of the battles, or perhaps its the fact that I like just about all the main characters and their personalities. Alongside these two things, I honestly just like the core part of the story, and that is the main lead, Kusanagi Godou being confronted and targeted by many different gods/ goddesses and Campiones. As each fight dawns upon him, he is forced to push himself to the limits and along the way become more able to confront the ever-growing challenges. I greatly hope for and await a... See full review

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8/10 overall

Fight Ippatsu! Juuden-Chan!!

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Honestly, this show is probably one of my top 10 wtf animes that I have ever seen. That aside, the sheer randomness of the comedy reminded me of a much more fanservice based version of FLCL, which is probably the sole reason why I even remotely enjoyed this anime. The characters in and of themselves weren't unique, however when they are paired together, helped to make some pretty hilarious moments. As such, I am giving this a 6.5/10

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6.5/10 overall

Densetsu no Yuusha no Densetsu

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I personally found this anime to be very entertaining and interesting despite the storytelling and development issues. I really liked Ryner as a main character because of the fact that even though he seems to be a person with little surface issues, what IS shown of his past dictates otherwise. While the whole lazy main character that can become incredibly overpowered at perfect moments cliche was there at least once, I found myself unable to dislike many of the characters, animation, and the overall world of Densetsu no Yuusha no Densetsu. I am anxiously waiting in the hopes of an announcement of season 2... See full review

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8.5/10 overall

Black Cat

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Black Cat was one of the first anime I watched, alongside Pokemon, Yugioh!, Kiddy Grade and Basilisk. As such, this show is held especially dear to my heart. Anyways, I found that despite the fact that the anime left out much of the manga, they found a way to make the show and story enjoyable, despite the filler episodes/hiccups they had along the way. The contrast of characters between Train, Sven, Rinslet, and Eve all help to make the main cast an enjoyable spectacle to behold. As for the actual story itself, Train's quest for revenge, and Creed's desires for world domination and Train's (love?... See full review

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8.5/10 overall

11eyes

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During the first couple episodes I watched, I originally thought that the concept, story and character design had the potential to be at the very least, an amazing show. However, as the "story" progresses, the story's very foundation began to crumble. The fact that they tried to fit everything into 12 episodes made it extremely difficult not to rush the ending, and the results showed. They could've easily dragged this to at least 24 episodes, made the story develop at a much less hastened pace, and all the while keeping the story interesting. In the end though, what's done is done. The hastened... See full review

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7/10 overall