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Afro Samurai(Jan 4, 2007 – Feb 1, 2007)
Director: Fuminori Kizaki, Jamie Simone Written by: Tomohiro Yamashita, Derek Draper, Chris Yoo
Chanbara, Sci-fi, Fantasy, Black Comedy, Drama, Action,
Key Words: Avant-garde, Gore,
Studio: Gonzo Licensed American Publisher: Funimation Entertainment
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Episodes: 5

In the futuristic feudal Japan, whoever holds the Number 1 headband is seen as the fiercest fighter in the world, possessing godlike powers. In order to defeat and obtain the headband is to defeat him in combat but in order to do so, you must defeat the holder of the Number 2 headband first.
Long ago, Afro’s father was holder of the Number 1 headband and was defeated by a man known as Justice who had killed him in front of his son. Now Afro, the current holder of No. 2 wants revenge for what had happened. Unfortunately, as he searches for his father’s killer, many wish to take the headband for themselves.


My Thoughts: Going into this, I thought it may be something similar to Samurai Champloo, with rap done tastefully with normal samurai. And in this case, I was sadly mistaken. It follows a black samurai with a very large afro. Now I am not against black people, but I do feel that this sort of breaks into a rather stereotypical area since it seems that almost every black person in this show has a rather large afro.

I feel rather odd watching this seeing as how it should be feudal Japan and yet not at the same time. It throws me off how so close it is to the Japan of the past and yet just as I get comfortable in my surroundings, I see a large robot or something off in the background. I would have thought that there would be at least a little more to the futuristic part to this story.

Afro is very silent, strong, and pretty brave. He is almost like the perfect idea of a samurai. Now talking about him, I also have to talk about Ninja. There are many things you can debate about this character. Some may call him a different character, following Afro around and watching from the sidelines. I like the later idea that he is sort of the Hyde to Afro’s Jekyll. He is the side in which he will never let out and possibly the link to a childhood he might of felt was cut short after his father’s death. He is the one that pretty much says anything that Afro will not say himself, whatever he actually thinks or doubts. I think in a way, he may be the only one keeping Afro sane to a point where Afro keeps going on no matter the cost. Ninja also seems to be the comedy that brakes up what would be a very dull or boring anime sometimes.

The art style is rather nice although a little stiff, chiseled, and very detailed; and yet when we get into the movement, everything seems to go rather runny egg but what would you expect from Gonzo? It becomes one of those stories where it just looks so much better when it’s standing still. A lot of times, we have something trailing off a character, weather it is ribbons that trail from their headbands rather stiffly, or even the afro flies all over the place which I have never seen a afro do in real life. It is also very dark, making it sometimes hard to see what is going on; a lot of it is thrown into shadows near dusk or at night.

Some of the voice actors are pretty good in the English dub (Couldn’t find the Japanese dub online) and then some of them feel very out of place. It’s hard to say anything about Afro since he doesn’t talk very often, in fact, most of the time, he is very silent. Although, when he does speak, it’s to the point and rather good. I actually liked the idea of Samuel L. Jackson (yes, The Samuel L. Jackson) playing him even if his voice seems a tad to deep once in a while. On the other side, Ninja is a rather interesting voice, also done by Samuel as well. It surprises me that Samuel was able to play both characters rather well even if they have different personalities.

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It is a good anime, just felt rather boring for myself.

Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afro_Samurai

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Looney Tunes(1930 – 1969 (original) 1987-present (Revival))
Director: Tex Avery, Bernard Brown, Gerry Chiniquy, Bob Clampett, Cal Dalton, Arthur Davis, Earl Duvall, Friz Freleng, Ben Hardaway, Hugh Harman, Ken Harris, Cal Howard, Rudolf Ising, Ub Iwerks, Chuck Jones, Jack King, Rudy Larriva, Abe Levitow, Alex Lovy, Norm McCabe, Robert McKimson, Phil Monroe, Tom Palmer, Hawley Pratt, Frank Tashlin Written by: David Detiege, John Dunn, Warren Foster, Friz Freleng, Robert Givens, Ben Hardaway, George Hill, Rich Hogan, Chuck Jones, Lew Landsman, Lou Lilly, Michael Maltese, George Manuell, Melvin Millar, Jack Miller, Dave Monahan, Fred Neiman, Tedd Pierce, Bill Scott, Dr. Seuss, Lloyd Turner
Comedy, Parody,
Key Words: Crossdressing, anthro, classic,
Studio: Harman and Ising Pictures, Leon Schlesinger Productions, Warner Bros. Cartoons, DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, Format Films, Warner Bros. Animation Licensed American Publisher: Warner Bros.
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Episodes: To many to count

6 to 10 minute shorts of Comedy characters.


My Thoughts: This is one of the hardest shows to review since it depicts the time it airs in. It also depends on who directed it, who wrote the story line, what characters were in the story line… the list goes on. There is also the matter of if you are talking the original or the revival that has happened and if it’s colored or black and white. I do not know anyone that has actually watched every single episode of them including myself but I believe I have watched a good portion over the years, mostly the revival since I was not born around the original era. Now although I am not a very pronounced historian on the animation itself, I can give a little bit of history from what I have studied and learned.

The Black and White was the very first to come out around 1930 to 1943. The very first one was a short called ‘Sinkin’ in the Bathtub’ and looked much like the start of many Disney’s cartoons. It featured none of the actual characters we know and love now a days, but a character called Bosko who looked like a cross between a monkey and a human with the gloves of Mickey Mouse. The animation was mostly looping over and over again until such a time that they would find it enough to place a new scene in. Everything was cell done, and so sometimes if something was going to be used, it was a bit brighter then the background. It did have music and surprisingly voices (it was the first talky cartoon) but some of them seemed off because it would be shown on a reel, meaning the voices were on a separate track then the visual. Music was a big part in the feel of the show and much of the gags were a bit strange, such as a cow’s utter being stretched pretty bad and the problems with the car's they had long ago. Most of it seems out dated now with our fancy stuff. It was animated by Isadore Freleng who would be later known as Friz Freleng.

The first colored film was in 1934 and was called 'Merrie Melodies'.

From around 1942 (According to Wikipedia) to 1968 and from 1987 to now, they have been playing around with Technicolor, meaning it had saturated levels of color. The reason we have shows that are in color from 1935 and so is because when Technicolor first came out, they had sent many of the old episodes into Japan to be retraced in color. After, they burned the black and white versions in order to make room in the vault. I had a hard time finding out what the first technicolor from that but the one I did find was actually from 1935 called ‘I haven’t Got a Hat’ and introduced the very first time we see Porky Pig with his strange stutter. Now, he had a very bad stutter that made it very hard to actually understand him unlike now where they have toned it down a bit. The animation again was full of a couple loops but better then the first day.

The first time we got to see Bugs Bunny was actually in a prototype in a show called ‘Porky’s Hair Hunt’ in 1938, but was not noticed until he was officially introduced in 1940 during the short ‘A Wild Hare.’ He has not changed much from the original creation, still having the gray and white coat. The only difference seems to be the shape of the head and the how he stands. He normally had more of a bent knee stance that made him much shorter. He still could outsmart Elmer Fudd who was his first arch rival though and he had his signature saying ‘What’s up Doc?’ from the very beginning.

When we talk about Bugs Bunny, we have to talk about Daffy Duck. Daffy first appeared in 1937 during the short ‘Porky’s Dunk Hunt’. This show showed Porky pretty much doing what we love to see Elmer Fudd doing so often, hunting and getting out smarted by Daffy. Now Daffy wasn’t the main focus of the show and he didn’t really act much like himself, being so much more like a normal duck. The only real distinction was his laugh and lisp that stayed the same for many years. It was funny to me that he was older then Bugs and so it stands to reason he would become his rival and have intense jealousy because if his stardom before the now beloved character. The most famous of these times is the Hunting Trilogy, also known as Duck Season/Rabbit Season Trilogy where they fought about who was going to get shot by Elmer Fudd.

((This is only the start of my Review on Looney Tunes. I will be writing more as I go on))

Rating: Cannot rate yet

Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Looney_Tunes

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Eden of the East(Apr 9, 2009 – June 18, 2009)
Director: Kenji Kamiyama Written by: Kenji Kamiyama
Psychological, Romance, Mystery,
Key Words: Cellphones, Terrorist, Murder,
Studio: Production I.G. Licensed American Publisher: Funimation Entertainment

Episodes: 11

Monday, Nov 22, 2010, ten missiles hit uninhabited areas in Japan claiming no victims. It was regarded as ‘Careless Monday’ and was placed in the back of peoples minds. Three months later on Feb 13, 2011, Saki Morimi visits Washington D.C. with her Japanese graduation trip and meets a very odd and naked Japanese man in front of the white house holding a cell phone and a gun. The man is Akira Takizawa and seems to have no memory of anything before. Turns out his cell phone was charged with 8.2 billion yen and was given to him by a strange man going by the name of ‘Mr. Outside’ with instructions to fix Japan including the government.


My Thoughts: Well, this is a rather interesting show, especially how they seem to show a lot of nudity. This feels like the Japanese idea for the Hunger Games a bit (now, I don’t really know all of the hunger games but this is what I gathered). Normal people getting hold of something and end up playing out a ‘game’ for the enjoyment of some guy that has a lot of money. If the person does not do what is told, they die. Now this has no really baring on the story much but I am a bit surprised that they had actually brought in the freedom tower.

I have to hand it to Saki, if I was in her situation and met a naked man, I would probably just run and not give him my coat and hat. Then she also goes back home with him as well. She just seems a little two innocent to me to be any real impact on the story plot. I wish she was a little more of a tomboyish type of girl and not such a pushover to fall in love like that. And even though she is like that, I felt myself wanting her and Akira together.

Akira seems a bit off in the head, and seems to be similar to L from Death Note in how childish he is. Throughout the whole show, he just tries to figure out who he is. Otherwise, there doesn’t seem to be anything more about him that I can say without large spoilers. I just don’t get why he has angel wings on his dog though.

The opening is rather nice, adding a lot of the mystery in the show and only showing small pieces of the show. The ending seems to pretty much foreshadow and maybe even spoil what is to happen in the show which makes me a bit pissed at it. The artwork from within the show is a bit odd, the noses seem turned up somewhat like a pigs and when things happen strangely, they turn into cut out chibi characters of themselves.

Now, I only was able to watch the dub version and even though it was pretty good, some of the voices seemed a bit off in some aspects. I am sure that the parts that were in America would have been better in the original version.

The music is really nice. I love the openings mystic ring to it and I would probably place it onto my music player. There really isn’t much other music in this that stands out at all. It just seems a bit to low to even be heard. There was only one that stood out from the rest and it was what they used in rather gentle and somber times. It was a nice piano and violin melody.

Now, I have to tell you that the ending of this is something that only M. Night Shyamalan could only make this up. Really, I just can’t believe that they did that and pretty much told you to watch the 2 movies that came out for any real closer.

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Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eden_of_the_East

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Sonic Underground(Aug 30, 1999 – May 4, 2000)
Director: Marc Boreal, Francois, Daniel Sarriet, Tom Smith
Steampunk, Dystopian Fiction,
Key Words: Anthro, Superpowers,
Studio: Licensed American Publisher:

Episodes: 40

Queen Aleena is the kind and fair ruler of Mobius who’s thrown was stolen by the rather power hungry Dr Robotnik and his robot army. In order to preserve her dynasty, she separated her children to the corners of the city to protect them after the Oracle of Delphius said they would overthrow Robotnik. After they had grown, the three meet and together Sonic, Sonia, and Manic fight to one day, reunight with there mother to save the town they love.


My Thoughts: Now, I was hearing a lot of smack down about this show ever since started looking for Sonic anime. This one was something I didn’t get to see when I was little. I do feel the idea was pretty good but the execution was a bit sad. Not that it’s as bad as everyone says it is by no means. It, like all shows, has its pros and cons that make it charming and at the same time, make it feel off.

Let’s take for example the idea that Sonic has siblings. This is a strange idea that was only used in Sonic Underground and I never really saw it in anything else. Sure, he may have grown up on his own, but in the end, he grouped up with his brother and sister in order to save the day. It gave him the same additude as every other show, the stuck up teenage anst that is his charm, so why do people hate the idea he has siblings? It seems more of a fact that it’s out of the norm and not even within the games. If they had taken the characters and put them in a game, would it of changed the problem? I actually don’t think so because it wasn’t done before.

Now let’s get down to the weapon/music instrument. Why is it so hard to see Sonic with a guitar? I can see him jamming like that really nice. It’s just how pretty hard core he is. And the music isn’t really half bad.

The animation was pretty nice considering the time that it had come out, though some of the character seems a bit low. I still don’t understand how Doc Robotnic was the only human character in the whole series though. Just the idea of a world with humanoid characters and one human character makes me wonder about the design but that goes for every Sonic Anime and game like that. Anyway, the artwork is slick and stylish, mimicking the world of rock and roll with the long hair and ‘hipness’ within.

The voices well, they suffer from the times. Lingos and even slight vocals that they use kind of destroy the feel of the show although it did place it in a certain time frame. When things like this happen, there really isn’t anything to relate to in the other time frames. Now if I may take for example ‘Sonic the Hedgehog and Friends’ which came out a bit closer to this one, that one seemed timeless because it wasn’t held down by all the lingo and slang of the years it came out.

Sadly, this show has the unresolved symptom that happens when they cancel a series. The story ends with no clear ending. Instead, we got what seemed to be a battle of the week episode where the gang fights against getting addicted to a video game. I really wish that they actually ended the show in the last episode because it didn’t seem that the characters were going to grow to much more anyway.

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Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonic_Underground

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Sonic the Hedgehog: The Animated Series(Sept 18, 1993 – Dec 10, 1994), Sonic the Hedgehog Satam
Director: John Grusd, Dick Sebast, Emory Mytick
Sci-fi, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Dystopian
Key Words: Anthro, Robots, Children,
Studio: DIC Entertainment

Episodes: 26

In the 33rd century of Mobius, King Maximillian Acorn was a great and just ruler until his former scientist Dr. Robotnik took over and banished him into another dimention. After, he captures most of the citizens and turns them into robots threw the invention, the Roboticizer. Luckily, some escaped including Sonic, Princess Sally Acorn, and Tails. They formed the group called the Freedom Fighters in order to restore Mobius to its shining glory and to end the rule of Robotnik.


My Thoughts: Now this is actually one of the best of the old Sonic series in my mind. The characters make me smile and yet, only Tail’s seemed to actually be taken into the other story lines. The characters are much more fleshed out, the backstory’s for most of the characters are told and explain a lot, just everything seems much better.

Now, there are a few downsides. Some of the backstory’s don’t explain everything and sometimes do mix up occasionally. Once in a while, they do something rather crazy and change the past or goes into side stories that don’t fit in the plot. They did this more in the second season and though the Wiki says it was to brake up the dark story, it just made it feel a little less put together then the first season.

The animation was actually pretty good in the days it was made and barely lost any detail work when it was made. The only problem I really have is the fact of the cell shading but that had to happen. I can tell when something is actually still and when it’s actually supposed to move and so it makes things a bit easy to know. The characters are well done and don’t fall into the sad style of being plain.

The voices are pretty well done and keep the show interesting. Sonic still has the rather crazy additude he was known for and sounds like a teen compared to the rest. Interesting fact that the guy who does Robotnik’s voice, Jim Cummings, actually is renown for his voice as Winnie the Pooh, Pete from Goof Troop, and Tasmanian Devil from The Looney Tunes Show. I love Sally’s voice, the soft nature of her feminan charm and yet she isn’t like the damsel in distress. Her voice makes her also sound very intelagent and older.

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Link To Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonic_the_Hedgehog_(TV_series)

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Boondocks(Nov 6, 2005 - Present)
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Black Comedy, Sitcom, Satire,
Key Words: African America,
Licensed American Publisher: Sony Pictures Television, Adelaide Productions, Rebel Base, Dong Woo Animation, Jim Animation

Episodes: 45

The story follows the antics of the Freeman family as they live in the suburbs as a minority household.


My Thoughts:This is one of the most racist shows on TV. I never really got into this show because of how really dark and harsh the whole thing was. They always curse and use words like ‘nigger’ and ‘bitch’ a hell of a lot. It’s mostly a problem of the week thing where you won’t miss something if you come in in the middle of the show.

When we get into the characters, I only like one of the main characters. Huey is the voice of reason, of being rather wise beyond his years. He doesn’t try to be what the main stream tries to portray the African American culture and normally tries to keep his little brother out of trouble. Sadly, he is always being looked down upon by his brother and Granddad for having high goals in life. Unfortunately, he is always serious and rarely smiles.

Riley is pretty much the opposite of his brother, always getting into trouble, trying to act like the media’s view of African American culture. Most of the episodes focused on the amount of problems he would get into because of his love of gangsta rap and try to imitate many of the adults he looks up to.

Last person I’ll talk about is Granddad, the one that I pretty much think sometimes should go to prison for child abuse sometimes. He is a pretty much an old grumpy man that believes in the old African American values, including using a belt to whip the boys in order to discipline them. He gives everyone wise-cracks and I believe a good equal to him would probably be Walter from Jeff Dunham’s comedy tours. I think that’s why he is pretty much loveable in the show, we all know someone who is like him weather it’s the old guy next door or even a person in the family.

The artwork is rather jagged and reminds me a lot of Afro Samurai in how angular it looks and how realistic it has been drawn. You can see the wrinkles in the adults’ faces as the kids seem a bit smooth. It focuses a lot on the African Americans and yet they don’t use one color for all the people like the normally would. Each character has there own style, own color, and own look that makes them their own and changes it up.

The voices are pretty well done though again, I still have a problem with just how much cursing is used in it plus the harsh ‘gang banger’ style that they use. To me, it’s sad that even the children talk like that. To me, this isn’t really worth much time but that’s just my own opinion. I know a lot of people that like that type of humor.

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Link To Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Boondocks_(TV_series)

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Malice@Doll(Apr 27, 2001 – June 22, 2001)
Director: Keitaro Motonaga Written by: Chiaki Konaka
High Fantasy, Psychological, Horror
Key Words: Steampunk, Hentai-like, CGI
Studio: GAGA Communications; Soeishinsha Licensed American Publisher: Arts Magic

Episodes: 3

Long ago, humans had created the dark underground world of sex and drugs. The world thrived with sex dolls being able to do anything their masters pleased. Then for some reason, human’s simply vanished leaving the dolls to go about their lives doing as they were programmed for. One such doll is Malice. On her way to become fixed, she is attacked by a strange creature turning her into flesh and blood. She wakes up being able to feel and soon wonders weather to still call herself a doll or if she was something more.


My Thoughts: Malice@Doll is a strange CG anime that takes place in the world of Dolls that were made for prostitution. This was a rather interesting show that brought up a lot of questions about what it meant to be human and what might happen if one loses their identity. It was created by the same person that did Serial Experiments Lain and Ghost Town.

Malice seems a bit more thought out then the rest of the characters, except maybe Joe who seems to be almost a voice of wisdom to the dolls, a father figure. I don’t really understand the relationship between the two but from what it looked like, it seemed that Malice and Joe were very close although you don’t normally see him around the other sex bolls. I wish I could have seen a bit more of the other characters because they really seemed one dimensional throughout the whole show.

The storyline is really slow for most of it and hard to figure out. It took me a very long time to get a feel of what the story was even trying to say let alone what was going on. They never really tell anyone the history about the area or what actually did happen to the humans, pretty much leaving it open to speculation. Because you never actually see the top world in a sense, you are left to imagine your own answer for why human’s aren’t there. My thought was that the human’s wiped themselves out but others might think that they died off from an illness, they were using sex dolls for their means and never repopulated, or other such things. The show to me really is open to your own ideas and what you get from this show is pretty much all you get.

The only thing I couldn’t get was the ending with how it happened but I won’t spoil it for you.

During this time, CG was just starting out and nothing looked real at all. Characters were all looking plastic and shiny and yet, this show pretty much works pretty well for that. It’s a bit like Reboot if you ever saw that. The characters are odd looking, some looking humanoid and others looking like strange mixtures of man and machine. The animation part is rather stiff and movements are a bit… well, robotic. It works well with the idea of the show but even when they become something more natural, they still are stiff and robotic making it hard to tell if they even changed. The colors are rather dark and steam punk-ish making it sometimes hard to see what is going on.

The voice acting is pretty well done for the most part. The English dub is a bit off though as most sound rather static even when turned humanish. Some points that should have had really dramatic scenes with loud voices sounded more tin like. The Japanese was a little better and had the better feel for the characters personality including Malice.

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It's been 2 months since the whole Christmas / Holiday thing happened and it was still snowing very hard around Kakurega. MAK and Kai was watching some strange anime in the living room that caught their attention.
"OK, you have any idea what's going on in this show?" MAK asked.
"No, first time watching this." Kai asked. "Why are we watching this again?"
MAK explained, "Because I got a request from somebody I know to review this anime and hey, it's not awful yet."

Angel walked passed them as she was doing her and Akuma's laundry and blinked seeing the show, "Oh... you guys watching that one?" she asked as she placed the clothing into a basket for a moment to join them, "So, you guys like this stuff?"

Kai said, "Well, I'm not sure. I'm mostly open-minded about whatever anime I watch. Looks interesting enough, sort of."
Then MAK faced Angel and said, "Ditto, I heard it was from the same guy that directed Madoka Magica later on and I thought I give this show a watch to see if the guy's any good."

"It's pretty dark and I didn't really like how the story worked out myself..." she shrugged, "Just wasn't full. The manga was no different in my eyes."

"So, I guess you have watched and reviewed this before, Angel?" Kai asked her.
"She probably did." MAK said, "I'm not sure but if you did, do you mind telling us your thoughts about the OVA---" He grabbed the title and read the name "Le Portrait de Petite Crosette".

"Sure.... by the way, the title is french...." she said as she sat down right next to him and grabbed the laptop and opened to her page.


Le Portrait de Petit Cossette(Apr 11, 2004), Kozetto no Shōzō
Director: Akiyuki Shinbo
Psychological Horror, Romance-Drama,
Key Words: Torture, Gore, Magic, Bound, Curse,
Studio: Daume Animation Licensed American Publisher: Sentai Filmworks

Episodes: 3

Eiri Kurahashi is an art collage student that works part time at an antique shop for a little extra cash and also to see the beautiful items that come in. One day, a strange glass appears in the shop with a beautiful, hunting quality to it. For some reason, he is the only person that can see something within the glass and is transfixed on the images. Cossette, a very beautiful young girl in 18th century attire. Turns out that she was from a wealthy family and was engaged to a well known artist of her time. He was transfixed with keeping her exactly the way she was, so much so that he killed her to keep her from aging. Hunted by that memory, her lovely items including the glass that she is trapped within decide to destroy the artist. Even centuries from that time, their hatred only grew until Eiri happened upon them. For her to leave her tortured tomb, a man must take her place, tortured by the painful crimes the artist committed upon her.


My Thoughts: Well, this is another fine show done by the perverted old man Shinbo. He is pretty much known for his little girls and for anything that had to deal with mind games. Some of the shows he has done like this include Dance in the Vampire Bund, Negima, Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei, and Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase. This is a mindgame with a young girl.

If we want to talk about characters, the only ones that mean anything are Eiri Kurahashi and Cossette. There really isn’t much in the story that shows just who these people are actually and so the characters seem bland. We do get story line from Cossette but nothing that actually shows her personality. She is just a little girl but she is nothing innocent at all. It’s like she’s a demon the way she acts around Eiri and by the second episode, I stopped feeling sorry for her because she became like the no name Elfen Lied girls. All she really did was torture porn. Even though she is rather young, has the heart of a jaded lover inside her. She is rather manipulative and a strange trickster.

Eiri isn’t much better, in fact, he’s worse. We get no info on his back story or personality, nothing about his friends that he was around in the beginning (we only see them once) and the girls that he’s around are bland and again, we hear nothing about how they are together. It’s just boring. There wasn’t something for me to grasp onto so I was sitting there laughing about how stupid he was for throwing his life away for someone he barely knew.

The storyline would have been better if it was either longer with more detail in the story, or a movie. I would choose the first since a movie like this may be a little two hard to do. It’s sad you can’t feel for any of the characters at all.

The artwork is rather pretty, the details striking. Cossette seems to feel more like a doll in some parts though, much too pretty and porcelain like with her pale skin and sweet eyes. Unfortunately, it becomes a bit to oil paint-ish in a lot of parts. When that happens, they look like still shots. The only thing that really awesome is the shots. It’s a lot of surreal angles and out of control beauty where we don’t see the stupid looking characters in the back room. Mostly, I think this was done with the idea that they wouldn’t have to animate much.

The music is hunting and playful, almost like a music box. The English voice acting sounds rather well done. Maybe a bit too well then it has any business being, although it does start to sound cheesy when they start talking in poetics. There are a lot of questions that keep being said throughout the show and sometimes I thought it was much better when I didn’t try to think too much.

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Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Portrait_de_Petit_Cossette

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After the review, a scene popped up where the guy was pretty much being tortured.
Then we heard some strange noises coming from somewhere as there were strange noises coming from around the area. No one knows where its coming from.
"HOLY FUCK!! WHAT THE SHIT IS THAT!?!?!?" MAK screamed.
"I don't know who that is but I'm pretty terrified now." Kai said.
He went into his Hybrid Phase (in a mild setting) and Kai went along with him.

Angel sighed as she followed, rolling her eyes as the group walked outside and found a small black cub sitting in the snow with dark wings. It was a strange little lynx cub and Angel cooed when she saw it, "So cute!" she said as she walked over to the little lynx.

"Oh.....A lynx." Kai said, "All right, nothing bad about that and the little guy looks cute, too."
"But the question is that where did it come from?" MAK said.

Angel held the little lynx close to her, feeling his forehead, "He's freezing... lets get him inside so he warms up..." she said walking to the door. Kurai was just coming ourside with his snowboard, about to go hit some of the mountains close by. As soon as the lynx saw him, it wiggled out of Angel's arms and started rubbing on Kurai's leg. Kurai frowned as he looked down at it, then looked at the others, "What's with this thing?" he asked, pointing to the lynx.

Kai then explained all the details to Kurai, "Well, he just came into our doorstep as he was making some strange noises. Angel thought it was cute and there you go and I'm mostly up for keeping him. Plus, he might be a good playmate to Christina since she was been rather lonely for a while."

Kurai frowned as he looked down at the lynx, "Not another little annoying pet... your ferret hates me a lot anyway. I don't need another one..." as he said this, the little Lynx saw Christina and bolted after it like she was a little toy.

"Aww, come on, Kurai," Kai said as she went to pick up Christina and held her in her arms, "Now how can someone as sweet as Christina be hateful to anyone here?" Then she proceeded to baby talk her.
"Come on, man. Don't tell me you're actually scared of our pet ferret now." MAK said.

"No, I'm not scared of that thing...." he said watching as the lynx tried to get at her again, "I'm afraid of what Kai would do to me once I get my hands on that stupid ferret..."

"OH.........yeah." MAK wondered, "She'll definitely kill you if you tried to do something with her. Hell, I remember one time when this one girl was slapping around this little Corgi we know and when that happen, Kai just went fucking hostile on her...make the Punisher looks like Pippi Longstocking....and that was when she was 13."

Kurai nodded, "Well, if that little lynx will keep that ferret away from me, I guess we will keep it..." he started walking off and the lynx followed, hopping in his footsteps cutely.
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D. Gray Man(Oct 3, 2006 – Sept 30, 2008)
Director: Osamu Nabeshima
Action, Comedy, Drama, Dark Fantasy, Horror, Supernatural
Key Words: Supernatural Powers, Historical,
Studio: TMS Entertainment Licensed American Publisher: Funimation


Allen Walker is a clumsy 15 year old boy with a special secret. When he was young, he made a deal with the Millennium Earl in order to bring his guardian (the only man who would take care of him because of his arm) back to life. The Earl failed to explain (actually didn't even want to) that his guardian would become an Akuma, a puppet that the Millennium Earl would use to plunge the world into darkness. When his guardian was revived, he was forced to attack Allen but Allen's arm turned into a weapon by the Innocence embedded inside it and destroyed the Akuma. Before his guardian died once again, he cursed him with an eye that can see the Akuma's true haunted souls that are trapped. Now he has become an Exorcist to get back at the Earl for tricking him.


My Thoughts: I actually really liked this show. It was rather fun to watch and though it was felt like it was done before in a couple other shows, it was mixed tastefully. They actually open the series in a way that actually explains a lot and so we know the story line behind the organization. It doesn’t take to much time to actually hear the background of some of the characters, although I never felt bored of the pacing. The only thing that bugged me was some of the filler episodes that we could have done without, at least, in my mind. There was a little bit of character development but that could have been placed in a better time more in the story. Still, it’s not a really bad thing, lots of really good shows have filler episodes in them.

Allen is actually really cute. Unfortunately, he isn’t much like a hero; he’s more like a little brother and actually instilled my want to protect the little guy rather then him being the one fighting. I think that’s what makes it a bit interesting for me to be watching. In most other shows, the hero pretty much looks like a hero right off the back or becomes a hero within a couple episodes. He never really changes his looks even during battle. The only difference is his arm which, I’m sorry but reminds me a lot of Fullmetal Alchemist.

Yu Kanda feels a lot like Sasuke from Naruto in how his personality is. He is pretty much a by the book man with a chip on his shoulders. I guess you could also think of Lenalee as having a chip on her shoulder as well and it feels ironic that she works with a group she really doesn’t like. I have noticed that at least half way through, almost every exorcist in this show doesn’t really want to be there. I’m talking the ones that have to go out and fight, not the ones in the lab.

The artwork mostly looks like every other show that is out there yet reminds me of Soul Eater in how dark most of the scenes are. Even through its dark, the colors do become bright during the comical parts and I never have much trouble seeing what’s going on.

The voices are actually quite good, even if some of them are a bit whiny once in a while. Allen is played by Todd Haberkorn, the same person who does North Italy from Hetalia and Firo Prochainezo in Baccano. His voice is somewhat whiny at times but I actually liked this version of him. I can see how some would say he was bad in this but to me, all the more for my thought that he’s rather cute. I guess you could say its like Edward Elric’s from Fullmetal Alchemist. The music actually fits perfectly well with the scenes. I never found a point that the music wasn’t perfect.


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Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D.Gray-man

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Sister Princess(Apr 4, 2001 – Sept 26, 2001)
Director: Kiyotaka Ohata
Harem, Slice of Life, Comedy, Drama,
Key Words: sisters, island life, school life,
Studio: ZEXCS Licensed American Publisher: ADV Films

Episodes: 26

Wataru Minakami is just an average guy, he lives on his own except for his butler and attends prep school to get ready for high school entrence exams. Unfortionitly, he ended up failing the exam and is forced to be left behind by his friends. Out of no where, he finds that his father has inrolled him in a school on an island known as Promised Island and is whisked there rather fast.
When he arrives, he finds 12 sisters waiting for him and wanting to spend time with him, all of whome he never met or even knew he had before. Can he have a normal life?


My Thoughts:This was an ok show, though I did rather enjoy it. (But even then, it has major problems that have to be addressed.) It reminded me a lot of Angel Tales in how the characters act around him. The only problem is that it’s his sisters and not guardian angels but even then, I can’t take these characters as sisters. None of them really look like him at all and there seems to be a little girl that he keeps seeing in a yellow outfit that keeps talking to him in his strange dream world. They never explain who it is, they just show her.

The story line pretty much goes back and forward and most end up with Wataru and his sister of the week doing something on the island. It doesn’t even explain much about how he got his sisters, what the charm that keeps being shown is, or even why the hell we should even care. Every once in a while, it seemed to go into a rather fantasy look and then back to a slice of life. Once in a while, it hinted that it was going to be a romance with him having to pick one of the sisters as a love interest but then snaps back away from it. I actually had a feeling it might turn yaoi because Wataru was always writing to Akio the whole entire time and he sounded like he was gay when he read the letter out loud.

Now to talk about the characters, and oh god… how do I do this? Maybe I should group them into age categories. Aria, Hinako, and Shirayuki are the younger sisters. Let’s see, I can pick out what there one personality trait is. Aria is a Victorian gentle women, Hinako is the carefree child, and Shirayuki is the wanna be chef. Again, it’s really really sad that I can pick out one trait that explains them. Kaho, Mamoru, Rinrin, and Yotsuba are the middle sisters. Yotsuba is the detective, Mamoru is the tomboy, Kaho is the gardener and clumsy, and Rinrin is the inventor. Karen is the girl Wataru’s age, and the only one that seems to be seen more often. She acts like a mother to the others. Sakuya, Marie, Haruka, and Chikage are the older sisters. Sakuya is the flirty one, Haruka is a traditional Japanese girl, Marie is the slickly sister, and Chikage is the fortune teller. Again, that’s all we understand from them because we don’t see enough of them to tell us anything else.

The animation is pretty much the same as every other show, nothing special and the onlything that shows is the crazy hair the sisters have. The girls all have different colored hair with no reason as to why, only some having brown hair which is close to Wataru’s. I’m glad that Wataru lost the stupid glasses that he wore in the first episode because he looked like a geek. He even says they are just glass so why the hell wear them in the first place?

The voices are the bad part mostly (I’m talking English Dub here…. Haven’t seen Sub yet). Most of the girls have high pitched whines and even Wataru sounds whiny and a push over. Braden Hunt does his voice and I really think this guy really doesn’t have a good voice for a lead role like this. He sounded way more out of character and off. I am not going to get into all the voices because really now, its way to many to and the fact that they all have to high of a voice bugs me, plus how Mami has the voice of a smoker too.

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Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sister_Princess_(anime)

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Kamichama Karin(Apr 6, 2007 – Sept 29, 2007)
Director: Takashi Anno Music: Yo Tsuji
Romance, Comedy, Drama,
Key Words: Magical Girl, Slice of Life,
Studio: Satelight

Episodes: 26

Karin Hanazono is an average girl living with her relatives. Life has never been easy for the poor girl, her parents died a long time ago, her studies aren’t well, she isn’t good at sports, and technically she is rather miserable. The only thing that she has left from her mother is a ring. When she mourns the death of her pet cat Shii-Chan, her life surprisingly changes. That night, a strange boy named Kazune Kujyou appears and after that event, mysterious incidences seem to be happening to lead her to find out she is a goddess. Will she be able to learn her true self and find the others like her?


My Thoughts: Ok… I know that this is a magical girl show and so would have many transformations but I have to ask, who in there right mind would not see a pillar of light when Karin transforms and not come to see what the hell was going on? Also, why is it that the guys look like they turn into girls when they transform?

Now the story starts out rather odd, not even explaining anything and thrusting us back to when Karin got her powers with a power of her own. Also, one second, she is crying because her cat died and then all of a sudden, a cute boy comes up to her and she stops and thinks ‘oh, he’s cool’ and ‘he’s like a prince’ like she wasn’t crying before or anything. Then suddenly, she punches him for saying something stupid. Talk about dual personality. We see her in three or 4 different feelings in the space of about 5 minutes and all of them different.

There doesn’t seem to be much to Himeka-Chan’s personality except like a little sister who is sweet and kind and clumsy. She is extremely naive and doesn’t seem to even understand when something is odd. Kazune is rather cute and I have to laugh at what fear they gave him. He keeps talking about how girls aren’t this, girls aren’t that but yet he is afraid of bugs. On the other hand, Himeka loves bugs. Now even though there personalities were set in the first episode, they flip flop around a lot. Kazune acts like a child when he normally acted like prick, and Karin who acted like a typical magical girl hero sometimes acts like a stuck up loud mouth. The only one that never really changes is Himeka.

Somehow, Karin smacking into a girl results in the girls bag dumping everything scattered around the bag, throwing your partner into the air and twirling her around your head seems to mean that you are dancing with someone like you have known them all your life… The anime really doesn’t have any real merit to physics. Many of it was defying some logic but I guess that’s what happens when it’s about a girl who is a goddess (Thinking back to Haruhi Suzumiya). This show also seems to fall into slice of life a lot and sometimes feels boring in that part.

Ok, so the art style is pretty nice, but what is with the blond always being the love interest? In so many of these stories, I keep seeing the blond haired boy being the first love interest. It happens in Shugo Chara, and it happens here. Also, it’s a very Moe art style, the children although supposed to be older then ten and in high school look as though they are 6 to 8 years old. The large eyes and big heads don’t scream teenager to me so I tend to not take them seriously. Even during the drama, I can’t take it seriously because of how out of control some of there emotions are. And I am not sure why the men they fight against look so adult when they are close to the same age.

Oh my, the Voices! Most of them are high pitched, especially the little ones and the girls. After listening to Himeka’s voice for the first ten episodes, I hated it more and more because it never really changes. It is one strange high pitch monotone. The men are alright though. The opening music feels a little strange and mixed up, not really enjoyable and I always wanted to skip it. The ending really isn’t anything special too.

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Link to Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamichama_Karin

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Ebichu Minds the House(August 1, 1999 – Oct 1, 1999), Oruchuban Ebichu, Ebichu the Housekeeping Hampster
Director: Makoto Moriwaki
Comedy, Erotic, Hentai,
Key Words: Sexual, Slice of Life,
Studio: Group TAC

Episodes: 24

Ebichu is a cute little talking hamster that lives with her owner OL (Office Lady) and does chores for her. The little hamster always gets abused but she takes it all in strides as well as her owner’s sexual life.


My Thoughts: This sort of feels like a mix between Shin-chan and Chi’s Sweet Home. It’s cute and talks of a cute little hamster’s life and how her owner is to her. In fact, the very first episode shows exactly how her master is… a useless bum. All this women seems to do is whine about her boyfriend and have sex with him. Yes, this shows them having sex a lot. The owner’s boyfriend seems useless to me. I don’t know why the owner hangs around him at all. The owner isn’t really that good herself.

Now that I have talked about all the bad things about the story, I have to say, this feels pretty realistic and I actually like it to a point. They have there bad sides, but you can actually feel for the characters even though I still don’t understand why the owner keeps smashing Ebichu into the wall and making her bleed. I think if the little hamster was real, it would have been dead by now.

The artwork reminds me a lot of Shin-chan and it’s really hard to actually watch because of this. The artwork just makes me feel sick with moving colors that don’t even fill in the lines. It’s like a child drew it. Whenever you look at the front of the hamster, the tail sometimes makes it look like Ebichu has a male part and even has the normal little black dot to show a butt hole. It could have been placed behind her and not looked that bad. Ebichu also looks a lot like Hamtaro which messes me up since Hamtaro is a little kids show.

A lot of the script is made for Japanese so I can understand why they haven’t dubbed it yet. The first episode has Ebichu playing a word game and I guess the words for Chestnuts and Squirrels in Japanese is the same for a women’s… well… down below. The music is alright, nothing to put on a ipod though. It just doesn’t stick out well.

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Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oruchuban_Ebichu

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Bottle Fairy(Oct 3, 2003 – Dec 26, 2003), Binzume Yosei
Director: Yoshiaki Iwasaki
Comedy, Parody,
Key Words: Magical Girl, Moe, Culture Shock,
Studio: Studio Orphee Licensed American Publisher: Geneon Entertainment

Episodes: 13

Kururu, Chiriri, Sarara, and Hororo are cute little fairies that live in small bottles on ‘Sensei’s desk. Together, they try to understand the human world and seek advice from the misinformed grade schooler that lives next door.


My Thoughts: First off, this is really stinking cute. It really was created for little kids to learn about their culture and in turn, it actually helps us understand a bit. It goes threw the 12 months and what happens in each month in Japan. It has a little bit of comedy in it, more in the sub then the dub because of word plays. The English does still have Japanese words in it and try to help explain them but it’s somewhat hard to understand when some of the pronunciations are off. One thing that I do wish they would have done was explain how they came to be and how they found Sensei. I also wanted to know what Sensei’s real name was.

The characters are easy to know who is who in personalities… infact, most of them can be seen in Lucky Star as well. Kururu sort of becomes the leader for most of it, rather athletic and loud. You can see her in Konata Izumi though not so much an otaku. Chiriri is the sweetheart, think Miyuki from Lucky Star if you need to. She is sweet, gentle, and motherly. Sarara is pretty much the Kagami of the group. She is pretty much a harsh character at times similar to a boy. And then there is Hororo… and she is sort of like Tsukasa and yet like all the others together. She is very spacey, always hungry, and extremely quiet. I guess you could say she’s the slow one.

Tamachan is really off. That’s the grade schooler next door. She always says things that sound really smart and I guess if you were not really up to par with culture, you might think what she was saying was true some of the time, but she really isn’t right. She says a lot and yet doesn’t seem to say anything at all sometimes. Every once in a while, she will be right in some things.

The art style is very moe. Those that don’t like moe will cringe and maybe weep if they had to see this. Colors are pretty much all pastel and gentle, there are three primary colors that are all over and each one goes for a special character, Kururu is blue, Chiriri is yellow, Sarara is red, and Hororo is green. Each in turn, you can sort of tell when someone is the main character on screen from the background.

The music is alright, though the opening is a little bit sappy. It really shows that it’s for little kids in that aspect. In the dub, the Sensei sounds a bit dopy and not as good as in the sub. The girls also sound a bit too high pitched as well. They don’t really say the names right and the pronunciations also lack. Things just seem a bit off in that aspect. It wasn’t one of my favorites for the dubbing and I liked the sub better.

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Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bottle_Fairy

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Voices of a Distant Star OVA(Feb 2, 2002)
Director: Makoto Shinkai Written by: Makoto Shinkai Music: Tenmon
Drama, Romance, Sci-fi,
Key Words: Mecha,
Studio: CoMix Wave Inc. Licensed American Publisher: ADV Films

Episodes: 1

Mikako Nagamine is a young middle-school girl who has been recruited by the UN Spact Army to fight a war against aliens called the Tarsians. As a special agent, she piolates a giant robotoc mecha known as a Tracer in the fighting squadron called Lysithea.


My Thoughts:I couldn’t really get the story line much, it didn’t really explain much and I think it just points the the novel and manga for more information though I have no clue if they actually say more. It feels like a pilot to something that could have been rather then a real show. Sadly, it’s hard to get a real feel for this. It’s a lot about romance which doesn’t seem to work with mechas. There isn’t much excitement om this because of how slow passed it is. For a show that is only 25 minutes long, the excitement only happens about 10 minutes in.

Mikako doesn’t seem like a good character to be piloting a mecha but then again, I think this is the part where they use Gundam logic. She crys a lot, whines a lot about how she wants to be with her friend, and all together just seems off a bit. Way to emotional for a battle I think and why they decided to have her pilot a mecha like that.

The artwork is a bit odd, looking sort of like sketches in some areas that have been filled in. Other areas, its high detailed. The characters are as angled as mecha’s, making them look more robotic. Most of the time, it feels like I’m watching pieces of a game since the characters don’t seem to move much. Most images though actually focus more on the scenery especially during the monolog in the beginning of Mikako and her friend. This show is much like 5 Centimeters per Second in background and amature in characters. Mikako also never changes her clothing. I don’t think a middle school uniform is good for fighting in a mecha. The 3D aspect is alright though I don’t feel it fits with the artwork.

The voices don’t even feel like they are trying in the dub, sounding like they are just reading lines. It doesn’t feel like they have any actual feeling what so ever for there lines. Mikako is a little better but still, she sounds like again, only reading. Now, the writing is actually reather poetic and gentle.

It was interesting to see this, but didn’t grab me in really.

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Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voices_of_a_Distant_Star

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Pale Cocoon OVA(Jan 18, 2006)
Director: Yasuhiro Toshiura
Post-Apocalyptic, Sci-fi,
Key Words: Slow, Computer,
Studio: Studio Rikka, DIRECTIONS

Episodes: 1

Ura is a young man trying to know of the history of their planet. Riko, his friend, had lost her passion and desire to know and spends most of her life lying down near the large spiral staircase. But it seems Ura is about to find something that will change his world forever.


My Thoughts: The story is slow but it feels like it could happen in our time. They talk of how the world has lost its history because of something devastating and they have to piece threw the small ruminates of the archives in order to learn of the past. In the first part, we are introduced to the man male character and what his job is slowly, though it is still a lot of mystery. It made me want to know more.

The artwork is actually pretty nice, mixing 3D with the drawings well. Sometimes you can’t even tell that there is 3D. The artwork is dark, gray, and rather cold feeling. There really isn’t much to talk about other then that.

The music keeps its strange, slow, sad feeling al the way threw. There is one song that I would so want to have on my player. I won’t tell you what one but you will know once you hear it. There really isn’t much to say about it as well. It’s one of those shows that you have to watch to talk about. I would actually that anyone should watch this.

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Link to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pale_Cocoon

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May Also Like: Eve no Jikan, Ergo Proxy, Voices of a Distant Star
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