Chainsaw Man is an anime that has been hyped up like the second coming of Jesus since late 2021, so naturally, I was excited to start watching this seemingly extremely gory and violent dark fantasy anime. But of course... it sadly suffered the same fate all Shounen Jump hits have: It was overhyped way too much, raising the expectations of casual anime watchers like myself to be disappointed in what it delivered us. That said, it's still a great show that I've really enjoyed watching and will continue to watch as the final 2 episodes air. So, what is good about this show, and what doesn't hold up? The... See full review
This is literally the most "meh" anime I've ever watched, there's nothing special about it at all so I don't really have much to say about it. Based on the ending, I think it's pretty safe to say that this was supposed to be longer than 1 season. It seemed to me like Sakuya was supposed to be the stories actual villain, her motives and calculative actions reminded me of Alister Crowley from Torau, a villain operating in secret behind the scenes and manipulating all of the events going on around the protagonists, I strongly believe that is what the author was going for. IDK what went wrong... See full review
This is... really over hated. Like, really over hated. Most of what I saw in this was actually positive, the characters and plot were interesting, and it was totally enjoyable and worth a watch.
Clockwork Planet tells the story of 2 characters: The class wimp Naoto Miura and the daughter of the respected Breguet family, Marie, who are living in a mechanical world created by a person called "Y". Y created this world from Earth after it reached the time limit and continued allowing humans to live their lives, though the planet is run by gears and entire countries could collapse if something... See full review
I see a lot of potential in this... like a lot. It's pretty hated as of now due to all of the harem cliche's, but remember, Date a Live started out as a ridiculous Sci-Fi/Mecha harem that was just passable like this at first, but season 2 introduced an actually deep plot that brought it to where it is now, and I can already see that this might end up going down a very similar path. Very likable characters: When I first watched this, I expected Touya to be either way too dense or perverted... and to my sunrise, he was neither. He was actually super chill, though I do think he's a bit too OP since he's... See full review
Anime adaptations for Visual Novels normally suck, so believe it or not, this actually exceeded my expectations, I pray for Genshin Impect's anime. This hurts to hate honestly, if they had just done a bit more with the characters, this would've been amazing. But aside from our protagonist Takuru, everything just seemed to crammed in, and I did hear that this was very rushed. So without further ado, lets get into it. Story: Ok, this is a sequel without even feeling like one. It's just completely separate in every way and there's no refrence to any of the stuff from Chaos HeAD other than the Earthquake... See full review
Just finished this... and I gotta say, it felt like wasted potential. It seemed like the author just gave up half way into this show and this studio still adapted this into an anime, there was so much more that could be done. That's really all I have to say so here's my review: Story: It's basically a continuation of the first season... with no big plot developments. That's pretty much the second season for every anime is (Especially ones in the Harem/Ecchi genre). The only big thing the author did here is reveal Maria Lancelot (The first Pantora) and Gengio Aoi's connection to her, but this is... See full review
So... season 4 is finally finished... here we go: I think this season did an amazing job concidering it was produced during the hight of Coronavirus, but it did indeed have potential to be much better. I'm not going to complain about the issues I had with the story adaptation because I've never read the Light Novel and this season didn't have time to do any filler/fan amusment and whatnot, so let's just skip that. Animation: The new art style is definetly something I wouldn't mind sticking with... this is the first time Date a Live has actually been "Modernly animated", as S1 and 2's art... See full review