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The main male protagonist with his awesome ride. The second review of this year is for the first challenger of last year’s Anime of the Year title holder, the unconventional beach episode Highschool of the Dead OVA, for Sacred Seven. This anime has its own beach episode on its own too (a given considering that this [...] Related posts: Review: The Sacred Blacksmith (聖剣の刀鍛冶(ブラックスミス)) The main female protagonist, also the best character of this anime. December is traditionally a very slow month around these parts, mainly because my workload has increased as 2010 nears its end. Then there is also Left 4 Dead 2. And Christmas, And New Year. Therefore this review of the magical medieval anime The Sacred Blacksmith [...]... Review: Reideen (らいでぃーん) The main male protagonist doesn’t have to operate his mecha to defend Earth from zombies. After wading through 11 2011 anime titles that can be summarily described as ‘decent at best’, today I will review a 2007 anime series titled Reideen. This is probably the best mecha anime I have watched for quite some time, definitely [...]... Review: Kore wa Zombie desu ka? (これはゾンビですか?) The main male protagonist, also the best character in this anime, wielding a personalized melee weapon that is popular in that zombie apocalypse multiplayer game Left 4 Dead 2. In the last post, I’ve implied that Gosick is going to be the penultimate entry in the currently running ‘Anime of the Year 2011’ audition, but I’ve [...]... Review: Nabari no Ou (隠の王) The main male protagonist. So sweet he will never ever kill a ladybug. This review in numbers; this is the third post for this month and fifth in the last 30 days (nice considering that there are no posts in the preceding 4 months before them), this is the 7th straight challenger for ‘Anime of the [...]... Review: Mayoi Neko Overrun! (迷い猫オーバーラン!) The indecisive main male protagonist, dragging down this anime with his indecision. The audition to select the first winner of ‘Anime of the Year 2010’ title continues with my review of Mayoi Neko Overrun!, an anime where cat-girls doesn’t exist. There are lots of real cats though, which are not relevant to the storyline in any [...]... Related posts brought to you by Yet Another Related Posts Plugin.
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