Hello Guys! Let's talk about Tales of Zestiria: The X ! an Anime airing right now by the studio Ufotable best known for it's work of the Fate/Stay series that has gorgeous animation! Story : As of writting this review i am currently at episode 4 of the serie! And oh boy has it been a ride, without giving too much information to spoil some of you of this beauty that you have to see (at least for now) A princess is looking for someone to save her kingdom from impending darkness and death! But she isn't looking for just anyone she is looking for King Arthur! Well actually she is... See full review
Lets just say that this is a show that I watched when I was still in primary school, back then when the colourful characters intrigued me. But now, I can only describe this story as immature and poorly thought, even though it is definitely fun. The characters are pretty silly, and that thing with friendship is laughable. I am pretty sure those who love this show are mostly twelve and below, because this show is much more suited for innocent minds, generally, because I honestly believe that even magic should have a darker side to it. All of that aside, this is the show that brought me to the world of anime... See full review
I watched every episode of the first season, and decided that it was an epic waste of time. So, basically, this show is about a bald man who's abnormally strong, and his journey to become a hero. So much for a plot. Saitama is often underestimated, which brings out the popular underdog factor that everyone loves, and he is also pretty average when it comes to his personality and life, which makes this show pretty relatable. I think that's the only reason anyone would ever watch this show. The comedy, of course, but I found them shamefully silly, to the point that I feel embarassed laughing at them. This... See full review
I absolutely love this series and how it keeps me sitting at the edge of my seat, mind working fast to keep up with the complexity of the story. However, the quality of the anime is what stops me from giving this show a higher ranking, even though it deserves at least nine over ten. The manga is much better in terms of quality, but still, the intriguing plot this story have makes me decide that Death Note is yet the best anime I have watched so far. It is highly recomended for those who love to keep their mind running rather than pamper it with comedy, especially if you are a big fan of crime/investigation... See full review
This show is quite relatable, despite being set in a universe where a mysterious creature who destroyed 70 percent of the moon becomes a teacher. It provides me a window that allows me to see the world in a different point of view. It also teaches me a lot, makes me study harder and gives me motivation to work my way to the top. It feels as if I am also receiving lessons directly from Koro-sensei, his words affects me deeply and I take them seriously, especially if it is applicable in my own life. As for the plot, I prefer the manga over the anime because it makes me feel much closer to the characters as... See full review
Slight spoiler? This is a show you'd want to watch if you value the comedy aspect over the plot. This show is admittedly funny, but the story is pretty cliched and way too predictable. Every mysterious element in this story has lost its effectiveness due to being overly used. For example, even if you don't see Sergeant Sugimoto being a killer coming, you should be able to predict that both the female teacher and the taxi driver are the ones who commited the crimes. So much for a detective series. I have watched all 13 episodes of the first season, and even though I am not giving this show any credit for its... See full review
For anyone confused: this anime should be watched after playing Dangan Ronpa 1/2, I doubt you would be nearly as entertained any other way. This anime was made to show what happened after Makoto Naegi let the remnants of despair free. He ends up getting trapped in a building with other the members of the future foundation, and other killing game has been started by monokuma! I'm happy that there are no class trials, because as we all saw from the first anime, compressing the multiple hour trials into tv episodes does not work well. I love all the new characters so far, and of course the old ones too! I am... See full review
For anyone confused: this anime should be watched after playing Super Dangan Ronpa 2, I doubt you would be nearly as entertained any other way. The order how the series progresses is zetsubou hen- trigger happy havoc- goodbye despair- mirai hen: THOUGH BOTH GAMES SHOULD BE PLAYED BEFORE WATCHING THE ANIME. This was made to show how the cast of super dangan ronpa 2 fell into despair, yet so far its been really lighthearted and funny! As someone who has played all the games, I was very excited for the new anime releases. I was happy this anime did not flop (so far) like the animation for the first... See full review
I really like this anime XD I have watched 5 episodes so far and just her story made me burst into tears each episode :( It´s the first anime that made me cry in the first episode... idk if it´s because of her story or it is because her and Kazehaya´s story reminded me of be and my best friend... or he was me best friend until our class got splitted and we moved to the A class together and he made many new friends since he´s popular... but now idek anymore I was seated next to one of his new friends and he didn´t even notice me or say "good morning"See full review
My anime reviews are always simple, short and straight-forward and is 100% spoilers-free.
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Seinen
Additional Info: Go, laugh and have cardiac arrest while watching this spectacular romcom anime.
Ending Rating: 95%
Short Review: Golden Time is a spectacular masterpiece of anime. The godlike mixture of comedy, drama and romance are exceptionally done inside the anime. The comedy scenes will surely jest you up and eradicate your lung tissues. This anime is truely a masterpiece and deserves a higher rating. Golden Time is worth your everything, your... See full review
The series is super dissapointing! I cannot believe how it did manage to get almost 4 stars here on anime-planet! The whole demons, god thing is totally useless, they could have been normal humans and it wouldn't change the story the slightest because there are maybe 2 or 3 sceenes throughout the entire series wrere their magic matter and even these are executed badly! There are two girld we meet in the first episode who seam to be rivalising for the main character's heart but to be honest one of them rarely even appears and there is no rivalisation you can hope for... Overall both of them kinda give up on... See full review
I dont know whats with the massive hate on this anime. Sure the beginning first 1 min might not make sense, but guys, its 1 min of video and the hate rolls in. Take actual time on the story and plot and it does give it a unique sense of feel. Though the anime is pretty similiar with other animes that have come out (Infinite Stratos/Hundred/Etc.) it doesn't really deserve that amount of bad ratings. If you are interested in any of these genres, Action, Adventure, Romance/Ecchi, Mecha, Harem, theres no doubt it is actually is quite interesting. Maybe the characters look pretty similiar to all other animes but... See full review
Heaven's Lost Property is a slapstick comedy show about a teenage boy who becomes the master of an angel fallen to earth ( Heaven's Lost Property). The show is heavy on cringe comedy, toilet humor, political incorrectness, and surreal plot lines. Furthermore, the motif of being a pervert appear excessively in every episode to the point of sex crimes. Actually, I'm surprised it's not R-rated. Yet,that combination of moral depravity and surreal plot lines creates a very over-the-top and funny anime to watch. I laughed out loud over every episode. Again,This show is very politically incorrect, perverted... See full review
Psycho-Pass 2 is a damn shame. The evident follow-up to Psycho-Pass, a dark and suspenseful sci-fi thriller and one of my favourite anime series of all time, this sequel has often been compared unfavourably to its predecessor on the grounds of inadequacies in story and the continuation of character arcs. And while I hesitate to condemn Psycho-Pass 2 to the same extent as some of its detractors, based upon what it does ostensibly get right... again, it really is a damn shame. Essentially, Psycho-Pass 2 is half of the length of its predecessor, and half the length that it needs to be. While the first... See full review
It was pretty good but the main character Chizuru was so horrible I just couldn't take it anymore. I've never seen a character be so worthless or useless ever.See full review
I love this anime everything was hartwoaarming I loved the music at most. I would love to see seasone 2.See full review
Hello, everyone! I don't usually write reviews, but because the other reviews for this anime are somewhat confusing (as in, different in their opinions), I decided to give it a try. I thought I'd try to give community a clearer picture. Now, let me first mention that I've watched and read so much I'm quite picky about my "food". As such, there are usually two types of anime I fancy: those masterpieces with epic characters, epic plot, unpredictable (but not unpredictable because, but rather unpredictable in a good, perfectly logical, way), with proper drama etc. A good example of this would be... See full review
Full version here: Short version: Ok, I won't make it a habit to do first impression videos for too long but people either treat this series as the worst thing to ever happen to Anime or a refreshing shot to the mediums withered arms. While the puppets are entertaining the answer lies somewhere in a grey middle ground. Thunderbolt Fantasy is exactly how it looks on the surface: A swords and sorcery "Anime" where the Anime is done with elaborate puppets. In addition the plot is incredibly simple: A brother and sister duo protects their family magic sword, villain kills brother in an attempt to... See full review
Animation was pretty old style, not like Naruto and those new animes. Story wws amazing in the beginning and had a great plot. Always something new going on, though ending was pretty upsetting to watch since it didn't satisfy me as much. Since it leaves you in the middle of something thats going to happen.See full review
This is the first review I'm writing - since my tastes are utterly different that those of most people. So, if you hate the first episodes like I did, I recommend you finish the anime! I hated every little single moment of the first like.... 15 episodes. It got interesting afterwards. And man, I must tell you without spoilers, this anime has a great ending which gives you insight into human race and it leaves in for you some food for thought. Cius, Dana MJSee full review
Ahh Nisekoi...Horrible memories from a blunt,may i say,1st season.In all honesty the 1st season was terrible.It was a discortant mess with not much to say for itself.This 2nd season is in more ways than one better. So storywise it has more depth,more substance to it.The 1st season was like an unecessary,too long for its' own good intro.This isn't i'm delighted to report.Still a harem kind of a thing,but it has somewhat toned down on that.It seems like the studio thought that it was time to reach new heights with this one.It is what this anime was supposed to be from the beginning.It somehow makes better... See full review
Story: In terms of story, this one is a slight step up from the last season. At least this one tries to establish a plot and explain what was happening, wheras before it felt like everything was being made up on the spot. That being said, this season definitely could have benefited from some much-needed plot focus and character growth. The season ending on a cliffhanger doesn't help matters any. Animation and Sound: Still as beautiful as before. I'm especially fond of the new set and character designs. Characters: I felt that the inclusion of the... See full review
This is mostly centered around a duo-tagonist relationship between two friends trying to find their calling. It seems to inspire some kind of motivational muse to drive individuals who want to change themselves. The diversity of the characters is what I like about this the most. At first glance, it seems like every other sports anime that has very handsome, very fit males. (The stereotype perhaps). But even from watching the opening, there are a whole slew of characters; different sizes, different personalities, and quirks that make them all likable. The animation is very fluid and it compliments the soft... See full review
My anime reviews are always simple, short and straight-forward and is 100% spoilers-free.
Genres: Horror, Mystery, Psychological, School, Slice of Life
Additional Info: You thought this is something scary? This is a light-hearted horror pyschological anime.
Ending Rating: 93%
Short Review: Gakkuo Gurashi! is an oustanding anime with a spectacular mixture of horror, mystery and some comedy scenes. The interaction of the main characters to the plot are done excellently. The MC's are tough as steel mentally which takes the anime to a whole new level. Gakkou Gurashi! is worth... See full review
Going on downward spiral this anime is worse and worse with each episode. The main character in one moment being overconfident, cheerful and in the next moment suffering from a psychological breakdown, crying like a little girl - rinse and repeat. Especially in the 15 episode, which I would describe as dismal. Who comes with the script for this? It is a complete mess. The whole thing is even more absurd with the time traveling aspect. If any kind of bad end scenario is simply erased by returning back in time. Why he takes it so seriously? The constant time resets if anything should make him more... See full review
Review of Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
(it may contain some SPOILERS, so be aware of it):
"If you are suddenly summoned to another fantasy world without any kind of preparation, what will you do?" A usual reaction or some of the reaction of other people is that some of them would really panic and do not know what to do... but on Subaru's case (the main character of the story), he is trying to rationalize his situation even though he experienced different kinds of despair and other negative emotions about his current situation and he is... See full review
What I Liked: All the many references to old school (70's and 80's) anime and action movies, from subtle things like the teacher's character design mirroring that of Creamy Mami's to scenes that directly take off Macross. Combat choreography is smooth and fluid for the most part. The English dub as a whole is passable, with Julia Brahms giving a great performance as the obnoxious C-ko. Brilliant, energetic soundtrack with good insert songs dripping with concentrated 80's magic. Animation and set designs are high-quality considering the time period. What I Didn't: YMMV on Julia Brahms' performance as... See full review
I have to ask..I just have to..Why are there soooo many animes ranked way up high with the big guns and they turn out to be as shiny and bright as my intestines after a cold plate of baked beans.I can only imagine that those who give such high rankings,to animes like this,are blithering idiots. Sure u have a laugh or two along the way but is it enough?While watching this never have i thought "know what?What a damn good story this is"..No what i thought was that it was a boring repetitive piece of devil work.Ok at first it was kinda fun,kinda cute..AT FREAKING FIRST..When all the damn season was... See full review
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress, also known as Attack on Trains, is WIT Studio cashing in on the trend it personally initiated for the third time, after Empire of Corpses and Seraph of the End. If it works, why change it? It’s just going to sell on name and superficial similarities alone.
And it’s not like it’s the exact same thing. Unlike Attack on Titan, which desperately tries to pass as psychological and mysterious, Kabaneri is a straightforward zombie apocalypse where everybody is constantly afraid of someone being infected, thus easily turning against each other. It’s... See full review
Regardless of some reviews, this is NOT boy love at all! This is barely bromance! The storyline is incredibly deep, and relatable to how we actually are becoming. The characters are quite recognizable in daily life. I recommend this anime, and if you watch it, watch to the very end. I really wish there was a second season to help explain the after effects, and how it compares to the past. I did not want just one season of this anime. I think I should read the manga, and see if there is more.See full review
Best interpretation of the events taken place in the third game. Even if it's lack luster when it comes to executing action scenes in comparison to the previous titles, it followed the story as it should. If you've played through the game and read the manga then you'd be able to truly appreciate what this is. The studio that did the animation was different and was awkward to adjust to for certain characters. Nevertheless, it's quite pleasing to look at. Dialogue is important in this for those are the key fragments that tie the different events together. Sound is good as always: enjoyed the opening and... See full review
So let's start reviewing this anime. There was a huge hype around this anime. It was presented as one of the best of Spring season, but... No. Just no. It's trash, right? Just like all animes in the last 3 years. Basically the story focus on Sakamoto, the main character. The main character is everything in this show. So if you don't like him, probably you won't like the show either. And who is Sakamoto? Sakamoto was presented as the coolest guy in the world but hey, they'r wrong. He is just a nerd with emo hairstyle. He is not cool at all. During the show he do many thing that shouldn't be done in real... See full review
Great since of happiness till the end. This is at least worth watching once in your life time. The story does not have a great plot line but has intersting views for both the series.See full review
Original. Great fighting. Great story. Makes me cry sometimes. Makes me want to watch the next episode all the time. Amazing since of adventure. 10/10 Don't let the long story scare you away please this show actually changed my view on life more then one time. Any dragon ball lover should watch this.See full review
a great since of story, character devolopment and fighting. I recommend this is you like dragon ball or one piece. I already watched it about 3 times over and love it still! The story of it can be considered Awesome.See full review
Mahoromatic has a great since of story to it revolving around mahoro. I just finished the series and was overwhelmed by the great story it had. The ending was not that great (told better in the manga). The anime is quite old so i was not bothered by the choppy animation it had. I recommend this for any romance lover. 9/10See full review
U really love the story of this anime at 1 point it's cheerful and at other it has enough suspends to keep you on the edge of your seat I loved itSee full review
Please do not support Polygon Pictures, read the manga instead. They are a horrible stain to the anime industry. They take beautiful, BEAUTIFUL mangas such as Knights of Cydonia, and then give us a dump on a platter. This is a very gory show with a lot of blood, death and torture. Do not watch this in public or with children. Animation is how you tell the story. A lot of the problems that people have understanding the characters and the story stem from the garbage animation. It's like trying to understand a foriegn language without subtitles. Body language is 80% of language, and we get 0% of that... See full review
To be honest, this anime doesn't really have a clear plot. I guess it's mostly for comedy and action, which it did a good job on ( I burst out laughing like an idiot at 2:00 AM this anime is good I swear ) One thing's for sure though, after watching this, you will never look at Satan again without imagining him in a McDonalds uniform!See full review
My anime reviews are always simple, short and straight-forward and is 100% spoilers-free.
Genres: Comedy, Romance, School, Supernatural
Additional Info: A hidden gem.
Ending Rating: 90%
Short Review: Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha is an outstanding anime. The mixture of comedy and supernatural things are blended outstandingly and of course some romantic moments to spice things up. From the lung cancer causing comedy moments to the heart thrabbing kawaii moments. Inari will surely entertain you till the end. This anime is worth a space in your anime list.
This is Copy, bad copy of the eureka seven. They just copied story and pasted it on new character. I'm feeling bad becouse i watched 6 eps... I'm felling sad becouse my memory fucked becouse of second season. If you liked 1st characters don't watch it. Listen to me or you will be crying inside.See full review
At first I was all hyped for Yona of the Dawn because I heard it was about a warrior princess. BUT THEN I heard the Opening and I got even more hyped because I just love that traditional Japanese music and dragons and warrior princess stuff. I was literally screaming in my mind. But then to my disapointment, Yona ended up being a spoiled princess brat in the beginning ( in my mind at least ). Welp at least there was Hak ( he's hot as hell XD ). But then Yona became a better person, one that was kind and wanted to grow stronger and independant, Hak became more and more hot ( Is that possible? )... See full review
Noragami Aragoto OVA is hilarious. The main Noragami / Noragami Aragoto series is good, but this OVA is just going to have you laughing your head off, no doubt about it. I don't want to spoil it for anyone, so lets just say there are quite the few surprising and hilarious scenes!See full review
This anime is seriously one of the best romances I've seen so far. The characters are good ( Tomoe is so hot ) And the plot is well developed. It's really funny ( At least I think so ) and the relationship between characters is pretty good. There's sarcasm, rivals, shippings, action, humor, and romance... and when Tomoe and Nanami have "a moment" together... I just want to punch the wall and force them to marry each other XD I'm sorry I do.See full review
Notice: This review covers both seasons.
The premise of the series has to do with a class of losers being forced to kill their tentacle hentai teacher within a year. If they succeed, they will be rich. If they fail, the whole world will be destroyed. It’s silly, it makes no sense, and it’s just an excuse for fantasy empowerment. “Hey low-esteem student watching Assclass. Are you constantly being victimized by your society? Is everybody treating you like you are the scum of the earth, who will never succeed in anything in his life? Well, here’s a show to escape the harsh... See full review
Born to late to discover the world. Born to early to discover our universe. Born in the right place to watch Highschool DxD. No Regrets 10/10.
I started Highschool Dxd because of the harem-ecchi style and now i got into it and enjoying the story.
The fighting scenes are awesome and every time when Issei is about to freak out you get goosebump.
It is difficult to talk about AoT and its status as a beloved anime without using the 'O'-word; evidently, to suggest that the series is 'overrated' can only be regarded as subjectivity incarnate. That said, it seems like an appropriate term considering the amount of hullabaloo surrounding related media, and the (partially understandable) buzz surrounding its oft-delayed second season. That isn't to say that AoT is a bad anime; not at all. For one thing, it was the first anime to actually capture my attention since the many repeats of Pokemon and Yu-gi-oh experienced during my formulative years. At... See full review
One of the most noteworthy things about From the New World is that it comes from A-1 Pictures, who are also behind the likes of Seven Deadly Sins and Fairy Tail. Noteworthy, because From the New World bears very little resemblance to either of those series. This is essentially a bildungsroman (or coming-of-age story) following a young girl named Saki in a superficially-idyllic, post-apocalyptic Japan wherein humans, young and old, are nurtured to wield a power known as 'Cantus'. As the tale spans more than sixteen years in total, Saki and her friends find themselves growing in terms of knowledge... See full review
Most anime exist to take the viewer away from the melancholy of everyday life and escape into a world of imagination. They travel to the realms of fantasy or creative “slice of life” scenarios that one would only dream of happening in reality. But once in a while an anime will touch upon a deeply personal part of the viewer's life to the point where the show is no longer simply a piece of entertainment, but a reflection of the conflicts and emotions of one's personal experience. Anime such as ... See full review
Tokyo Ghoul Root A is tragic in numerous senses of the word. Dark insofar as thematic content and the numerous misfortunes that befall beleaugered main character Ken Kaneki, this is the follow up to an acclaimed first season which, though imperfect, mananged to entertain up until the cliffhanger ending of its twelfth episode. It says something about Root A that it manages not only to disappoint in and of itself, but actually detracts from the first installment. Simply put, Root A is a bit of a mess. In condensing the source material, it forgoes what might seem like a fairly common-sense... See full review