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Nisemonogatari

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4.6
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    This show is not for women.
    Sorry girls, but the fanservice will probably turn you off, as it is plentiful and gratuitous. As for the guys, I suggest you try to look past all the fanservice and appreciate the dialogue, music, and the art style because this is where the show truly shines. It's incredibly witty, hilarious, and downright interesting. I have never been so entertained by two people talking for 10 minutes ...
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Great Anime, Depending On Who You Are
    If you love anime that is all about talking then this will be great for you since thats about 90% of what this anime is, but when fights occur they are pretty artistic or atleast exaggerated a LOT! The Music Is Great, The Art Style Is Also Great! So if you can overlook some of the wierd insest that occurs here then this will be for you.
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    A Stylized Phenomenon!
    A complete 11 ep review (After recently re-watching it since the first time it was simulcasted):
    Before I begin the review, it is recommended (at least by me) to at least watch the show that came before this called Bakemonogatari. Bakemonogatari is the first season in the Monogatari series with Nisemonogatari as season 2. Watching that will help you familiarize yourself with the many ...
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Nisemonogatari is very good
    very well done and unique. the animation was top notch and enjoyable all the way through. It has a touch that proceeds its predecessor, Bakemonogatari. This flow of a plot line is very slow but is just begging for another sequal. Five stars.
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  • Well Paced, Well Written, Well Flubbed
    No regrets. I had absolutely no regrets watching this season of the Monogatari series. So well written that you'd think a comedy genius and mystery author were both taking turns on the keyboard while the other went to get a sandwich. So well paced you'd think that they timed themselves on how long they should stay on one subject. The characters are all enjoyable and all grow and mature (well, ...
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  • Amazing Experience, From a Seasoned Watcher
    This series was amazing. Well animated, great story, and an example of what a sequel should be! I have watched 50 different series of anime, and this one has stuck with me the most. If you loved Bakemonogatari, and The others of the Monogatari Series, then you'll love the final season. This left me yearning for more great job!
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  • Unparalleled Excellence
    As others have stated, this show picks right up after Bakemonogatari. We meet the old girls, and get great character development on the Araragi sisters and Shinobu. This series continues to astound with excellent, witty dialog and beautiful animation. The modern impressionist style fits the show really well, and keeps backgrounds just as interesting as the characters themselves. The ...
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  • Amazing art, great story, surprisingly deep
    The Monogatari series really surprised me. I wasn't expecting much other than Ecchi coming in, really only giving it a shot for the art. Instead I was surprised with a surprisingly deep male lead who was genuinely a good guy with real character flaws that didn't boil down to "i'm a fucking moron." The "harem" cast is also diverse enough, and lacks any of the usual annoying mainstays we get in the ...
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  • Someone had to get burned by the Fire Sisters. Sorry Araragi.
    Nisemonogatari is a follow up to the hit anime, Bakemonogatari. Still following Araragi, the show retains the strong hold on viewers its predecessor did. Similar to Bakemonogatari, the series is only eleven episodes, giving it a light feel. Keeping to the theme of the supernatural bleeding over into the human world, the series focuses on two primary support characters in the Fire Sisters, ...
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  • 1 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    More of the same, and that's awesome.
    A continuation (side story?) of Bakemonogatari, Nise-blahblah, focus' on the Araragi, or 'Fire' Sisters, Karen and Tsukihi, rather than the other, more prominent cast of the series. All the quirks and charms of Bake-blehblur are intact, and present. Really, you cant go wrong if you're a fan of the Monogatari series.

    5/5, would possibly buy the action figures... but I won't.
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