Name | Rating

Anime Rating Comment

Angel Beats!

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 11, 2011

10.00 (excellent) Angel Beats! is a 13-episode anime and i have to say that i really hate that fact! i sure do wish that Angel Beats! had more episodes or even a season 2. anyway, this is practically my favorite anime so far. this is a personal comment so i don't care if i'll be bias or what. so, the story is practically interesting and half-dramatic. it's only half-dramatic since i did felt sad but i didn't cry even once, though i heard some people actually cry watching this. LOL. anyway, the personal stories of the characters mat require you to shed a tear or two since it is really sad. anyway, the art is really cute and it's one good aspect why i loved the anime so much. also, SSS have a band called Girls Dead Monster and this added to the plus points of the anime. the music their produce is really great and once you read the translation of the lyrics, it's pretty interesting.

overall, this anime is pretty much worth watching if you like those typical comedy, slice of life anime. also, for KEY animations fans, you'll definitely enjoy this one. it's half Clannad-like, meaning it's half-dramatic and it's comedic as well. o( ^ v ^ )b

Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 20, 2011

10.00 (excellent)

Kimi ni Todoke

Seen: completely

Last Updated: May 02, 2011

10.00 (excellent) Kimi ni Todoke is definitely as series worth watching. The 25-episode season 1 is worth the time. the story it self is very moving. it's a mixture of drama, romance and comedy. the comedy and romance part is really cute and the drama is never forced. plus, Kazehaya Shota is one of my favorite heroes because he's seems to be the ideal guy but in reality he's not. the pairing Kazahaya x Sawako is totally cute because they both get nervous being together, etc.. x3 (saying this reminds me of Shuujin (from Bakuman.) saying that he likes couples like Saiko x Miho because they still get the can't-breath-being-in-the-same-room type of feeling. LOL.)

i just finished the 12-episode season 2 and it's definitely good though not as good as the 1st season. the 2nd season is full of their misunderstandings with the addition of Miura Kento (voiced by my fave seiyuu, Miyano Mamoru x3). the last few episodes were practically the best for me plus the cute, simple && unexpected confession of Sanada Ryu to Yoshida Chizuru. x3

Yakitate!! Japan

Seen: completely; Own: completely;

Last Updated: Apr 19, 2011

10.00 (excellent)

DURARARA!!

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jan 31, 2011

10.00 (excellent) this is practically one of the best animes i've seen so far. the story is very well constructed. it's like everything is well planned that some things are actually being showed before that part of the stories occurs. the suspense part of this anime is definitely great and the characters are very likable. i never hated even one of them. anyway, i can practically say that this anime is definitely worth watching(:

Bakuman

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Oct 05, 2011

10.00 (excellent) Bakuman is practically one of my favorite anime, it comes after Angel Beats! and DURARARA!!. Anyway, I just practically love how the manga adaptation went really well for this one unlike for Death Note which came from the same authors. The story went on from slow-paced to fast-paced as episodes came by. I think that it started out slow because it basically gives the viewers background as to how things happen in the creation of manga && what it is to know about manga. The characters are really great though at there were some points that I don't like Azuki && i never really liked Kaya, other characters are very much likable(: The conclusion of the first season practically satisfied me. I love how it was very wel wrapped up && how well it will make you look out for the second season.

overall, Bakuman. is a really great slice-of-life anime. it's very much recommended for those aspiring mangakas out there && for those who aren't, this is still an enjoyable anime && once you start watching this, you'll definitely root for Saiko && Shuujin to become no.1 mangakas :D

Kaichou wa Maid-sama!

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Nov 23, 2010

10.00 (excellent) i definitely love this series && i have to say that it's definitely worth watching... once i finish one episode, i can't wait to start the next one since it was soooo good, XD though there'll be Kaichou wa Maid-sama! Special, i sure do wish that there's a season 2...

Rabbit Doubt

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 11, 2011

10.00 (excellent) Doubt by Tonogai Yoshiki is practically my favorite manga. though i have to admit that the character designs aren't really the best because they seem too stiff, dull and boring but the background and paneling of the manga is very well made. I also love the story/plot of doubt. it's definitely something you won't always find(:

AnoHana

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jul 31, 2011

10.00 (excellent) Ano Hana is basically my favorite slice of life anime for Spring 2011. The first episode isn't the most outstanding but given the simple plot, I didn't expected that after the 2nd episode, I'd be looking forward to this pure drama anime every week. Story-wise, Ano Hana definitely did a great job keeping it a pure drama and adding a little comedy to lighten the mood a bit. Characterization is outstanding. Each character is unique and they standout in their very own way. Personally, the most outstanding character for me is Matsuyuki, Atsumu a.k.a. Yukiatsu (Sakurai, Takahiro) because of episode 4. As for the rest of the cast, all their moping around definitely what made Ano Hana a success. Art-wise, it has this refreshing kind of feeling, it somehow reminds me of Hourou Musuko though they're not entirely the same, they just have the same atmosphere. As for the music, the ending song which was originally by ZONE and covered by the three female casts, Ai Kayano, Haruka Tomatsu, and Saori Hayami. Reading the translation of the theme song, it makes me think that the anime itself was made for this song. Anyway, what strike me the most here is the well made conclusion that really made me cry. It's practically not the best conclusion but it's typically the best way to end Ano Hana. Though personally speaking, Ano Hana by far had the best conclusion for Spring 2011. In simpler terms, it's a really touching ending(: Overall, Ano Hana is an outstanding drama anime, it didn't only tackle romance but life in general. This is highly recommended for those who loves drama series.

Ouran High School Host Club

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Aug 28, 2011

10.00 (excellent)

Special A

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Nov 23, 2010

9.75 (excellent) this anime is definitely worth watching!! XD it's so great, that after the last episode, i was wishing that there's more... personally for me, while watching this, i was thinking of Kaichou wa Maid-sama! maybe it was because of how obvious Kei's feelings for Hikari is && how weird that she doesn't even notice it... (~hahaha) AND Kei reminds me of Usui from Kaichou wa Maid-sama! you'll definitely understand if you've watch the anime, XD

Kimi to Boku

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2012

9.75 (excellent)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED

Seen: completely; Own: completely;

Last Updated: Mar 11, 2011

9.75 (excellent) practically, Gundam Seed is definitely an anime worth watching. it's one of those few long running animes i finished watching (even though it's just 50 episodes. LOL) because it's really great. once i started, it was practically difficult for me to pull out. the action and suspense in every episodes are definitely something. also, every character is unique, they are very easy to understand, just like the story itself. but maybe if you're not a fan of those battle/action animes, i'm guessing this is something you won't get suck into... :P

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Aug 03, 2011

9.75 (excellent)

Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 11, 2011

9.50 (excellent)

Kore wa Zombie desu ka?

Seen: completely

Last Updated: May 09, 2011

9.50 (excellent) Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? is a zombie anime without the gore. LOL. it's a combination of ecchi && comedy which makes the anime really good. the plot is quite simple though not entirely that unique and the main hero, Aikawa Ayumu is really great. every episode is really interesting and almost equally funny. personally for me, it's a really great anime and is recommended for those who like ecchi-comedy types though this is practically not the fave-anime type for me. o(^ v ^)o

Bakemonogatari

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 01, 2011

9.50 (excellent) bakemonogatari gives out a very peculiar feeling once you started watching it. plus, even at the first episode, you can gain interest in continuously watching this anime. the anime is divided into arcs per character that Araragi, Koyomi encounters. every character has their own strange and interesting backgrounds that it is very easy to get hook to this anime. besides that, the romance between Araragi-kun and Senjougahara, Hitagi and the serious comedies inside this really great anime are really something to look after.. o(>w<)b

Death Note

Seen: completely

Last Updated: May 23, 2011

9.50 (excellent) Death Note is a popular psychological-battle series. It is originaly written by Ohba Tsugumi and illustrated by Obata Takeshi. It revolves around Yagami Light's years of possession of the Death Note which was brought by Shinigami Ryuk to the human world. Yagami Light picked it up and decided to write names of evil people (criminals) to bring justice and clear the world from evil. On the other side, L, find Light's justice to be the opposite and called him a mass murderer. Since then, Light and L's battle began.
-Anime:
Before watching the anime, I decided to start off with the manga because I find reading manga more interesting and way faster. Anyway, the first half of the anime, from beginning until the Higuchi-arc, is a really well-made adaptation. It was really similar to the manga && it's really great to watch because you can actually see Light's tricks in action. As a fan of the manga, I personally loved this part. Once the second-half started, I definitely got bored and started disliking it. (I don't want to bring up spoilers! :P because I never spoiled myself while reading/watching this series). Actually, what made me really upset with the second half is the not-so-good adaptation because something went missing in the anime. Though if you didn't read the manga, you won't actually notice it (LOL.) because it was made flawlessly.
-Manga:
I decided to read the manga because it was really popular. LOL. Anyway, this manga really caught me ever since the first chapter. First, probably because I enjoy reading psychological manga (ever since I read Doubt) and second because Light is a really interesting character. Then, once L came to the scene, things started going better. Their game of hide and go sick is really outstanding. They're not actually looking for each other but they're actually guaranteeing each other's identity. Concept speaking, it's really amazing and unique. I have no other more words for it. Death Note turned out to be one of my favorite mangas because it was interesting.
-Overall: here's some advice, don't take both, just read the manga or watch the anime. LOL. :P

Working!!

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2012

9.50 (excellent)

Another

Seen: first

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2012

9.50 (excellent)

Chihayafuru

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2012

9.50 (excellent)

Gosick

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jul 31, 2011

9.25 (very good) GOSICK is a Winter 2011 anime and being a 2-cour anime, it ended together with the Spring 2011 animes. Story-wise, I believe that GOSICK made a good impression since its first episode. The story itself is good enough most especially for those who like mystery type of animes. The side comedies by Victorique is definitely good which makes this anime more enjoyable to watch(: As for the ending, I have to say that it's definitely outstanding. Honestly speaking, it made me tear up because of happiness for both Victorique and Kujo. Character-wise, Victorique is definitely one of the most interesting characters ever. Her serious comedy definitely blends well with her ability to reconstruct any puzzles. Kujo, on the other hand, is a pretty neat character. He's typical yet I find him as the typical hero and nothing special at all. Music-wise, the background music definitely fits the story well but personally not very outstanding. As for the seiyuus, I definitely like Yuuki, Aoi as Victorique de Blois. She played Victoque very well. As for the amateur seiyuu who played Kazuya Kujou, Eguchi Takuya, it seems that many fans simply got annoyed with his voice as Kujo calling for Victorique. Personally, I don't think it's anything to be annoyed at yet I'm not saying that I like voice as well. Actually, I didn't care about his voice at all since I find it too typical. Now for the OP and ED, both are definitely outstanding. The OP and both EDs fit the theme and setting of the anime very well. Art-wise, Bones definitely made a good job with GOSICK. The outstanding character designs and setting are very well made and they really fit the setting of the anime. Overall, GOSICK is an anime worth watching and is definitely recommended for those who like mystery and historical type of animes.

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 19, 2011

9.25 (very good) Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny is a direct sequel to Mobile Suit Gundam Seed which happened like 2yrs after. the story is fairly interesting && it mostly dealt with the background of the characters and less on the mobile suits though the mobile suits did stay looked really well(: i really loved the reappearance of Justice && Freedom though i really do wish that Buster and Duel had their reappearance as well :< anyway, most of the characters annoyed me most especially Stellar (no offence on her fans, but i really do just see her as Flay of GSD :P) && Cagalli (though i quite liked Cagalli in GS, she turned out annoying here, most especially during the beginning until the middle part, sorry to her fans).. anyway, Athrun still played a really great character (that just makes him my favorite for both GS && GSD). i also liked Shinn though there were times that i hate him. LOL.

anyway, overall, if you liked Gundam Seed, you might as well watch this series because it's a good sequel though don't expect to much because personally, i still like Gundam Seed more(:

Enigma

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2012

9.25 (very good)

Mirai Nikki

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2012

9.25 (very good)

Inu x Boku SS

Seen: first

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2012

9.25 (very good)

Kanon

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 31, 2011

9.00 (very good) i watched the 2006 version of Kanon && i have to say that it's definitely a good anime. it has the same feeling as CLANNAD because they both have minimal supernatural stuffs. their drama and comedy levels are almost the same. if you like CLANNAD, you'll definitely like Kanon as well (and vice-versa). o(^ v ^)b

Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakama-tachi

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 11, 2011

9.00 (very good) Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi is pretty much a good series. every episode deals with different requests also all of the characters are very interesting and pretty much likable. though i have to admit that at some point i got bored with this series and placed it on-hold. LOL. anyway, overall, on my personal comment on this, it's pretty much enjoyable to watch because of the characters themselves but at some point it gets boring ^v^

Toradora!

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 25, 2011

9.00 (very good) Toradora! is a typical shoujo anime with a typical tsundere heroine. the story is really good && i honestly loved it though after watching it, it didn't really leave a big impact to me. Taiga is probably one of the really few tsunderes that i like (since i'm not really a fan of tsundere characters :P) and Takasu-kun, on the other hand, didn't really made my fave list though he is a nice guy. LOL. anyway, Toradora! is simply one of those romance-comedy shoujo series which turns out to be really predictable yet still very entertaining to watch(:

Ao no Exorcist

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Oct 05, 2011

9.00 (very good) I'm not really a big fan of action-battle animes but sometimes, I just can't helped myself to watch when the plot is interesting. Ao no Exorcist is the typical action-battle-comedy anime with an interesting and ironic plot. I mean, who would ever thought of Satan's son becoming an exorcist himself? Well, that's what Ao no Exorcist gives. Story-wise, the plot itself made Ao no Exorcist one of the most interesting shows for Spring 2011. The first two episodes definitely made a great impact giving a really good start for this series. Character-wise, Ao no Exorcist practically have the typical characters. I mean, what do you expect from a mainstream action-battle-comedy anime? Well, there certainly is nothing new about it. Music-wise, background music is good, nothing to complain about that though it isn't really something outstanding for me. As for the Ops and EDs of the first half, CORE PRIDE by UVERworld and Take Off by 2PM, are both great musically though not entirely lyrically. Though CORE PRIDE is definitely better, as expected from UVERworld. Voice acting is good, as a fan of Okamoto, Nobuhiko, I think he's doing a good job as Okumura, Rin. Also, as usual, Hanazawa, Kana never fails to make that really cute voice and so she's doing a great job as Shiemi. As an overall view for the voice acting, they're very well fitted for their roles. As for the art, as mentioned earlier, Ao no Exorcist is practically no different from other action-battle anime, that's why, their art is highly similar. There are times that it fails but battle-wise, it's outstanding. Overall, Ao no Exorcist is an outstanding battle anime given its plot. It's highly recommended for battle-action-comedy anime fans.

Mawaru Penguindrum

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2012

9.00 (very good)

Shinryaku! Ika Musume

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jan 31, 2011

8.75 (very good)

The World God Only Knows

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jul 26, 2011

8.75 (very good) Currently: 3/- (Second Season)
After the epic Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai comes the 2nd season: Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai II. The first arc didn't really went well for me mainly because I'm never a fan of Kusunoki. Anyway, after episode 3, the beginning of Haqua-arc, I'm definitely into watching this. Anyway, maybe not even gaining interest on this series, I'll still watch this because of series obligations. Kaminomi is actually the series that made me start seriously reading manga. So I basically owe this series a lot. LOL. Anyway, the OP is seriously better from the first season. It was from the same artist and it has the same feeling. It's in full english and the tune is really catchy. Story-wise, looks like this season will cover Kusunoki-arc, Haqua-arc, Chihiro-arc and Jun-sensei-arc. Pretty much, it looks like nothing new or interesting will come in this season. Well, the manga isn't as interesting as before anyway. So, what am I really expecting for this series? Personally for me, nothing much has changed though it seems that some people even after the first episode, has been saying that this season is much better from the previous one. Well, I don't really know 'cause I don't really see the difference. Well, it's their point of view, I guess people just have different likings and all. Overall, Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai II is pretty much similar to the first season, so I don't really get so excited into watching this.

Puella Magi Madoka Magica

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 25, 2011

8.75 (very good) Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica. Given its title, when I first heard of it, without reading the plot/synopsis, i decided to not watch it at all because it sounds like one of those Ojamajo-Doremi-type of anime i watched when i was in elementary. BUT i was stand corrected. After reading the plot && watching the first episode, i instantly liked it because it feels like Ojamajo Doremi meets Bakemonogatari with the way the anime was presented. it seems like Ojamajo Doremi because of how the mahou shoujos where dressed, then it feels like Bakemonogatari because of the realm of the witches (or whatever they call it, 'cause i forgot. LOL.). anyway, during the first two episodes, i was really interested but then, they seem to be repetitive that it bore me. but then, after watching a few more episodes that i reached episode 6,7 or something, it became interesting again so i continued watching, and watching until i finally finished it today... the ending is good, definitely(: it wasn't a candidate for a best anime conclusion for me, but i'm definitely satisfied with how it ended. i mean, there's not other way to end it, is there?

anyway, overall, Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica is definitely one of the few animes i enjoyed for Winter 2011. this anime is definitely recommended to be watched, the story though confusing at times can easily be grasp just continue watching it(: it's a really good anime :D

Star Driver

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jul 08, 2011

8.75 (very good)

Are You Alice

Seen: first

Last Updated: Apr 29, 2011

8.75 (very good)

Senhime Zesshou Symphogear

Seen: first

Last Updated: Jan 23, 2012

8.75 (very good)

Clannad

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 31, 2011

8.50 (very good) both CLANNAD && CLANNAD: After Story are good. the story of this anime is very moving that it actually made me cry quite a few times, well mostly in After Story that is. LOL. anyway, the characters aren't really my favorite but they were just good enough for the anime. though despite how good thsi series is, i decided to give it an 8.5 because i somehow hated After Story because of Okazaki Tomoya. LOL. anyway, the idea of the other world of this anime is quite interesting and it will definitely make you think(:

over all, this anime is highly recommended for those who like drama-type anime with a splash of comedy to cool things off :D

Bokura ga Ita

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Nov 23, 2010

8.50 (very good) this anime is definitely great, i have to admit that i enjoyed watching it though there was a part when i thought that it was going to end like School Days (~hahaha), good thing it didn't though the ending kind of left me hanging && wanting to see what happens to them next... :3

Fairy Tail

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Jan 31, 2011

8.50 (very good)

Sket Dance

Seen: first

Last Updated: May 05, 2011

8.50 (very good) Currently: 4/-
After the first episode of SKET Dance I got so into this && I don't know why but the first episode totally got me but after that, the second episode totally just went off. Since the second episode, they encounter 2 requests and somehow it's just too fast-paced and senseless. Anyway, the story somehow failed because it seems that it wasn't give enough thought though the gags are totally good. Anyway, I definitely like Bossun, Himeko and Switch. They totally make a great team! Plus, the latest episode totally boost me up! XD It was totally hilarious most especially the first one. The girl who likes manga and actually sees Bossun as her prince. LOL. Overall, this anime is something that is highly recommended for those who like comedy, non-story anime. Well, I don't really know if this has a fixed storyline or just plain arc-by-arc anime 'cause I don't really read the manga at all :P

Hanasaku Iroha

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Oct 05, 2011

8.50 (very good) Hanasaku Iroha is a typical slice of life anime. The style of the story is pretty standard, the heroine was forced to live with her grandmother whom she has never met, her bestfriend suddenly confessed to her and she unexpectedly landed on the bad side of her roommate. Despite all those things, Matsumae, Ohana is still ready to face everything with all her strength. Story-wise, I'm not a big fan of slice of life animes but I can keep up watching them. I get bored so easily but I do have to admit that there are times that Hanasaku Iroha cas kept me sitting for an hour or two. I haven't reach the second half but I do have to admit that the last episode I watched definitely caught me. It was fairly interesting and it definitely caught me. I'm really looking forward to watching the next half of Hansaku Iroha which is piled up in my external drive. As for the characters, there isn't anything much to expect since they are all of those from standard slice of life anime. The main heroine, Ohana, never really caught my interest since she's practically the typical I-will-do-my-best-no-matter-what type and I'm somehow get tired of it. Well, that was practically my personal opinion. If I'll try to look at it from a different point of view, I can probably say that Ohana is a character that will always get you going because of her encouraging personality. Music-wise, there isn't anything outstanding. Backgrounds are pretty standard and nothing really stands out. OP and ED didn't caught my attention though they are fairly good. As for the art, I have to admit that this is Hanasaku Iroha's strongest point. The art is definitely outstanding, the character designs are pretty standard but the background are definitely great and looks refreshing. Overall, Hanasaku Iroha is a good slice of life anime with an outstanding art. It's definitely recommended for fans of slice of life animes(:

Deadman Wonderland

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Aug 03, 2011

8.50 (very good) Given the title, Deadman Wonderand instantly caught my attention. It makes me think of Alice in Wonderland yet the "Wonderland" isn't anything wonderful because Deadman Wonderland is actually a private owned prison and also acts as a theme-park on the outside. As for those who get imprison in Deadman Wonderland, it’s practically a living hell because of all the rules bounding them such as importance of the "candy". As for those who visits the prison as a theme-park, it's an enjoyment most especially for those who enjoy torture and the likes. Story-wise, Deadman Wonderland has a really great plot which standout among the other series. Being a fan of psychological, horror stuffs, I instantly hit plan to watch when I saw this anime. Though honestly speaking, the story really went great from the beginning and as each episode pass, the story starts getting weak. The conclusion didn't really feel right and I personally didn't liked it. Character-wise, I personally think that most of the people in Deadman Wonderland are just plain crazy. Seriously. I don't really want to describe them one by one. Though personally speaking, my favorite is the oh-so innocent Shiro. Music-wise, OP and ED is really outstanding. With the OP, you can actually understand the story. It's in pure English that's why when I heard the full version of the OP, I was surprised that the OP is actually personally made for this anime. As for the ED, it's an upbeat and cheerful music that wipes all the drama away after watching every episode. Seiyuu-wise, I certainly like Hanazawa, Kana as Shiro. She's really fitting for the role. Actually, I do think that Kana works for any role. Also, I was quite upset for Sakigami, Toto a.k.a. Mockingbird's voice. It's not that I don’t like Sawashiro, Miyuki because I'm perfectly fine with her but it seems that I was just wishing for a more relaxing yet twisted voice for Mockingbird. Maybe something Izaya-like yet younger. Also what caught my attention is the mechanical voice Ono, Daisuke is trying to make for Nagi. Personally, I don't think he sounds anything mechanical. I think Sugita, Tomokazu would perfectly fit the role since I've heard him from SKET Dance as Usui, Kazuyoshi a.k.a. Switch, the guy with the computer as his voice. Art-wise, Deadman Wonderland doesn't have that outstanding kind of art but with the dark and thrilling atmosphere, it totally fits the theme of the anime. Character design is well suited for the anime. The only downside I see in here is the obsessive use of shadows and blur to hide all the blood dripping and freshly slice flesh. Having all those things fully covered, I was really disappointed that's why I didn't enjoyed it that much. Overall, Deadman Wonderland is an interesting horror, thriller anime and it's not really recommended for everyone. Though if you're up for some suspense and is ready for some body-slicing moments, go ahead and watch this(:

Nichijou

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Oct 05, 2011

8.50 (very good) I'm not a big fan of animes without story and random jokes but then, sometimes, it's just good to watch them. Nichijou striked me after the special episode I watched before the actual series air, Nichijou: Episode 0. My first impression of Nichijou was an exaggerated version of Lucky Star but then, after coming this far, I have to admit that they do have very distinct differences. Anyyway, story-wise, Nichijou keeps up with a per-episode story between the trio, Mio, Yuuko and Mai and Nano, Hakase and Sakamoto. And in between the story that's happening with these characters are random skits about the background characters such as the principal, their sense, the activities of the other clubs, etc.. Also, Nichijou has maintained its level of exaggerated comedy and I definitely like it(: With a lot more episodes to go, I'm certainly not looking for a grand conclusion but just more hilarious episodes ahead :D Character-wise, Nichijou definitely have some good characters, most of them are just plain hilarious in their own ways such as Mai-chan and Yuuko-chan. The two of them never fails to make me laugh every episode. Also, I love the combination of Hakase and Nano :D As for the music, I definitely like it. OP and ED are both definitely fitting for this random comedy type of anime. Also, background music are good, they add mood to the jokes(: Art-wise, it's like a combination of the cute-style of Lucky Star with a touch of old-school drawings. Though despite the old-school drawings, such as Yuuko's reactions, Nichijou's atmosphere still makes it very fitting for this style of art. Overall, Nichijou is a really good random comedy anime and is a good anime to watch for entertainment(: It's recommended for those who love animes without story and mostly filled with random comedy(:

Baccano!

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Jul 20, 2011

8.50 (very good) After searching for so long, I'm so happy to finally found a good copy of Baccano!. Well, first off, the reason I got interested with Baccano! was because of DURARARA!!. Anyway, as for my first impression on this series, the first episode definitely turned out to be quite an intrigue yet, definitely confusing as well. The opening chat of Carol and Gustav Saint Germain, gave me 100% confusion as to what really is happening. Also, with the story not going in a sequenced manner makes everything confusing. Anyway, after getting used with Baccano!'s style of story telling and finally getting enough knowledge as to what really is happening, I definitely liked it(: Baccano! in many ways is definitely similar to DURARARA!!. Forgetting about the enumeration of similarities, Baccano! presented a huge yet interesting and intriguing set of characters. Art-wise, Baccano! didn't really standout for me yet it fits the theme of the anime. Overall, Baccano! is a must to watch anime most especially if you're a fan of Narita Ryohgo's DURARARA!! :D

Vampire Knight

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Sep 02, 2011

8.50 (very good)

Black Lagoon

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Sep 14, 2011

8.50 (very good)

Lucky Star

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Feb 01, 2011

8.25 (good) Lucky Star is practically one of those many animes that is truly 100% slice of life anime. It practically shows how funny the simple things that happens to us really are. Watching this series is definitely quite entertaining it's just that, I can't give a 10 because it isn't really my type of anime. Either way, Lucky Star is definitely one of those animes that is worth watching(:

Steins Gate

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Sep 14, 2011

8.25 (good) Steins;Gate is one of my favorite animes from Spring 2011. With the interesting plot about time travelling, at first I got really bored with it but then, after the second episode, it had me looking forward to this every week. Story-wise, despite being an anime about time travelling, Steins;Gate gave considerations to those aren't into complicated things such as technical and scientific terms about their researches. Depending on the viewer, the story may seem boring but personally, it definitely caught my interest most especially after the second half. The second half definitely gave way for more interesting and intriguing things. Suspense has been rise up though the scenes mainly focused on Okabe, Rintarou and his dilemma. As for the characters, they are all practically good. Okabe is definitely one of the most outstanding main characters I've seen this Spring 2011. Being a serious-comedy type of guy, Okabe definitely lift off the boring part of the story. Then, another interesting character is Shiina, Mayushi. She's Okabe's childhood friend and she's lab member 002 though she doesn't really know anything about what Okabe is doing. She's the most innocent character and Okabe will do anything to save her even if it means crossing various world lines over and over. Music-wise, Steins;Gate didn't really caught my interest when it comes to OP and ED and background music. Though the background music is definitely very fitting for the scenes and it adds mood that it can actually reach its viewers. As for the seiyuus, it amazed me when I found out that Okabe, Rintarou was actually voiced by Miyano, Mamoru because he doesn't really sound anything like the typical voices of Miyano. Though Miyano doesn't have that attractive voice (i.e. Tsunashi, Takuto of Star Driver: Kagayaki no Takuto and Suoh, Tamaki of Ouran High School Host Club) in this series, his voice as Okabe is still as epic as ever(: Other seiyuus that I enjoyed for this series are: Hanazawa, Kana as Mayuri (Tu-turu~), Momoi, Haruko as Akiha, Rumiho (Feyris-nyan!) and Imai, Asami as Makise, Kurisu. Other characters also have outstanding voices which makes this anime really great! :D As for the art, I do have to admit that it isn't anything great. The character designs are somehow too stiff but I'm not really picky that's why I can keep watching this. Despite the stiff drawings, their emotions are still very well depicted in the scenes. So it's not practically bad since it definitely fits the atmosphere of the anime. Anyway, forgetting the character designs, the background is definitely outstanding as well as the times when Okabe travels from one time line to another. Overall, Steins;Gate is a sci-fi, time travelling concept anime which is probably one of the most amazing animes for Spring 2011. This anime is recommended for those who have watched Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica. I don't really want to mention why because it can be a spoiler for those who haven't watch Madoka but then, for those who have, Steins;Gate is definitely parallel to it(:

Zombie Loan

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 20, 2011

8.25 (good) Zombie Loan is one of those animes with a good combination of action and typical comedy. the story is fairly interesting && i really do wish that there's a season 2 because the final episode turned out to be a cliff-hanger... but then, i can sense that there won't be a season 2 since the manga actually ended a few months back. anyway, the characters are very likable. i definitely loved them all most especially Akatsuki, Chika o(>w<)o

overall, this series is recommended for those who likes action-comedy type of anime though it's quite disappointing that it's only an 11-episode anime. but still, it's a very enjoyable anime to watch :D

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