shu.... ^ That pretty much sums up guilty crown. Well maybe party gai too. Ok for a quick review, basically the girl in the image above steals a void genome from a facility, this 'genome' gives the user the ability to draw 'voids' (which are weapons from peoples hearts) She's on her way to return it to her leader when she stumbled across shu ouma a highschool student. Long story short, shu is drawn into the story unwillingly and ends up possessing the power on accident. His whole life is turned upside down and he isn't willing to accept it for awhile until he sort of sees what he's fighting... See full review
This is pure garbage, it has potential and proceeds to squander it, many things don't make any sense and the ending is pretty weak too. :)See full review
This is a decent series considering that the main character is 10 years old and he's the teacher of 31 highschool girls.
The only thing that really bothered me was the whole 'invoking contract, show me the power hidden within you' part. The sequence never got shorter. It was like a power rangers, its morphin time, not that its bad, but it could occur multiple times in an episode and could be downright annoying. It was also rather time consuming, perhaps they just felt the need to show off naked women with no discernable features... So it's safe for kids...
Anyways final verdict is watch it, but... See full review
It's a decent series if you can look past the fact that the main character is constantly gonna be yelling TOAAAAAAAA. The main characters best friend(?) ends up going his separate way after a tragic accident to start off the first episode. Their paths later cross and he constantly is yelling GEOOOO!!! ... And this continues throughout the series until the very end. This excerpt from theescapist.com sums it all up "The lead characters have incredibly shallow motives. Kazuki, the former best friend, is jealous that "his" dragon Gio prefers Jin as a pilot. Jin is only interested in saving... See full review
This show is pretty good, but it definitely doesn't need all 50 episodes. It seems to suffer from dragon ball z syndrome a bit.
I enjoyed it and it kept me watching, but the show moved at a slow pace. There were alot of stupid moments where characters felt the need to reiterate things even though they had already said it like 500 times before. It was also unclear to me why Saya the main character was less of a badass than just about everyone else. The show goes as follows: Saya a seemingly young highschool girl is doing regular things, but one day she forgets something at school and has to go back at... See full review
Hell girl is one of the most unforgettable anime’s you will ever see. Unfortunately there is nothing good about it. Hell girl can be summed up as approximately 20 stand alone episodes, with almost a twilight zone-esque feel to them. Once you’ve seen one the rest are readily predictable. The issue with this is that there is no variation; the main character in each story is in distress and summons hell girl, they are then given an option to accept a contract in which the person that is tormenting them is ferried off to hell, but there’s a catch, as always, they also sign themselves to hell... See full review