At first glance this seems like a classic sci-fi mecha, then it looks like a baffonish comedy, and finally like an epic romance anime. Now let me say i am no fan to any of the 3 genre's i just listed.I am also not a fan of ecchi or the classic 15 year old boy becomes all powerful scenario.
What this title does perfectly is bind some of the best things of all those genre's together.
It makes you feel for most of it's characters in a way that i couldn't understand. it seems like they are all shallow or repetitive at times but you can't help caring when one falls from grace or get's... See full review
This show is nothing short of a masterpiece.
Monster is a gripping psychological thriller that takes a cold hard look at humanity, and the underlying demons that all of us potentially have. this show makes me think: what if stephen king, the writers from deathnote, and hitler all got together and said "lets show people why they need fear only themselves." that is exactly what this show represents, it attempts to show us that demons and monsters aren't scary, even the murderers and rapist aren't scary, but what is truly terrifying is what any person might be persuaded or... See full review
Highschool of the dead -
First off let me just say that the sweetest things are always the most short lived.
Highschool of the dead is just that it's epic, and fantastic but just to short.
Synopsis: a group of high school students and their school nurse escape from their school in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, they make the long journey through the hellish streets of the city on the way to safety and their loved ones.
Story: the story was very engrossing, and realistic, full of minor plot twist and at times gut wrenching fear, or romantic tension. It did all of... See full review