Tiger and Bunny Review

Tiger and Bunny sets its eyes mostly on Kaburagi T. Kotetsu, a veteran hero from the hit series “Hero TV.” His like takes an interesting turn when his new sponsor introduces a tag team concept to the show has him work with Barnaby Brooks Jr., a young rising hero of his own. As the two try to settle their own differences, they learn about each other’s strengths and weaknesses and ultimately solve the mystery behind Barnaby’s past and Hero TV as a whole.

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Koi Kaze Review

Koi Kaze follows the eyes of Saeki Kōshirō, a 27-year-old marriage consultant as his life takes an interesting turn with the addition of Kohinata Nanoka, his high school sister that he had forgotten about, lives with him under the consensus of their father. Their intertwined life creates a struggle rarely seen in today’s anime, for such a struggle has nearly turned into one for either a comedic effect or a standard trope.

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Angelic Layer Review

Angelic Layer sets its eyes on Suzuhara Misaki, a first year middle school student who moved to Tokyo to begin the first year of her middle school life. Upon getting lost in the highly metropolitan area, she comes across a large screen displaying a fight between what appears to be small robots controlled telepathically by their owner. After a stunning fight, Misaki became quickly interested in this game, of which a suspicious man in a lab coat introducing himself as “Icchan” introduces her to the game while giving her several hints and advice on how to play the game. Little did Misaki know that this game that she just started out will create a chain of fortunate and unfortunate events as Misaki will later realize why this game possesses a major significance in her life.

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Natsuyuki Rendezvous Review

A powerful story in its own right, Natsuyuki Rendesvous tackles upon the relationship between three characters. Hazuki Ryousuke is working at the flower shop in order to get closer romantically to the manager of the store. Shimao Rokka, the manager, is trying to live as freely as she could while giving up on love via the death of her husband. Shimao Atsushi, her husband, wants Rokka to live a free live, yet does not wish to let her go. The conflicting morals and identities of the three characters create a rather unique atmosphere that eventually bloom with character development.

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Sailor Moon

No, I was not living under a rock. I just have not picked this show up during my childhood, shocking as one may call it. I did not wish to bother myself with it since it was too long for watch through, but now that there is news of a remake of this series come next summer, I thought to myself, “Now might be the best time than never to watch this series.” That said, here is my take on this series that should have been a part of my childhood.

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Holy Knight

Holy Knight sets its eyes on Kishimoto Lilith, a half-vampire who survived during the destruction of her village from those who are known as vampire hunters. Training throughout her entire life to get revenge on those who have killed her family, Lilith finally comes to the age where she is able to perform her final duty is to give birth to a child with the last true-blood vampire hunter and kill it along with him. Little did anyone know that things did not go according to plan.

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