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  • Review: Mai HiME 「舞-HiME」

    Looks can be deceiving. Prejudices can blind unreasonably. Combine these two and it gets extremely easy to watch the beginning of Mai HiME and swiftly dismiss it as yet another mediocre clone that goes nowhere. Equipped with your standard issue of charm items of adolescence: School girls as premier combatants. Check. Busty school girls. ...
    Posted to アニメ と 漫画 (Forum) by icelava on July 4, 2008
  • Review: Naruto

    Ah, the title everyone loves to hate. I don't even think I need to write an introduction. With the advent of Naruto Shippuden to continue the second segment of the Naruto manga series, I finally feel free to unleashed all my accumulated complaints I have for this atrocious production. ;-) Adaptations from manga titles are generally not easy. ...
    Posted to アニメ と 漫画 (Forum) by icelava on April 30, 2007
  • Review: Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children

    ''Final Fantasy'' should not be an unfamiliar phrase to anybody who has been entertained by quality gaming from Square Soft (now known as Square Enix) the past two decades and more. It should then not be surprising one bit for me to state that Final Fantasy VII is possibly the greatest gaming experience I ever had in my life so far. Never had I ...
    Posted to アニメ と 漫画 (Forum) by icelava on September 17, 2005
  • Review: Trigun

    Trigun is one those productions that will have a higher chance of success in luring the international audience uninitiated to the power of anime. With the abundance of anime stories that find some sort of life-critical need to have events occurring in Tokyo, it is tremendously refreshing to find the rare title that, in bold search for a new ...
    Posted to アニメ と 漫画 (Forum) by icelava on June 25, 2005
  • Review: Appleseed (movie)

    Introduction: The world is largely burnt out wastelands after years of war amongst the human population. Nearly killed in a losing battle in one of many desolate cities, Deunan Knute was rescued by an ESWAT team and welcomed into the clean green city of Olympus, utopian home to the Bioriods (numbering half the population). Deunan soon gets to ...
    Posted to アニメ と 漫画 (Forum) by icelava on April 23, 2005
  • Review: Tokyo Underground

    Introduction: Deep beneath the metropolis of Tokyo lies a hidden layered city known as Tokyo Underground. Two citizens of this civilisation, Sarasa Ruri and Chelsea Rorec, escape clutches of the authorities and surface out in the home compound of the high-schooling Asagi Rumina. Establishing frienship with them, Rumina learns about the nature of ...
    Posted to アニメ と 漫画 (Forum) by icelava on March 19, 2005
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