This is review number four hundred and three. This anime is part of the Summer 2014 lineup, and it’s called Akame ga Kill. It’s a twenty four episode anime about a bunch of Shounen characters killing each other, and it’s f*cking awesome. Let’s read on.
This is review number four hundred and two. This anime is part of the Summer 2014 lineup, and it’s called Samurai Jam – Bakumatsu Rock. It’s a twelve episode anime about handsome dudes playing music, ripping off their shirts and rocking out loud, because why the hell not? It’s a pretty stupid anime, but we’ll explore that below. Let’s read on.
This is review number four hundred and one. This anime is part of the Spring 2017 lineup, and it’s called Alice to Zouroku. It’s a twelve episode anime that features Sven and Eve from Black Cat in a setting reminiscent of Usagi Drop. I bet there’s a fan fiction like that out there, but I don’t want to find out. Let’s just read on.
This is part 2 of the Q and A for my 400th milestone. Thank you for the wonderful questions, everyone. This is a great success, and I would love to do it again. For now, I hope you enjoy reading this little milestone celebration of mine. Cheers.
I’ve hit the 400th milestone, so let’s do this Q&A. Last week, I ask people to send in their questions and I’ll do my best to answer them all. I’m mostly doing this to change my blogging pace, and to distract from the fact that I should’ve hit my halfway mark by now. After five years, I’ve only done 400 reviews. I am disgusted of myself, and 400 in 5 years doesn’t sound that impressive. Five in five sounds a lot better, and it’s a better bragging right. I’ve lost topic though, what was I talking about?
This is review number four mother*cking hundred. This anime is part of the Spring 2017 lineup, and it’s called Clockwork Planet. I originally wanted something more special for my 400th review, but I also realized it’s just a number. I’ll plan something more special when I reach my halfway point. Meanwhile, I’ll review this twelve episode anime about the light novel version of the premise of Chobits, or something like that. Let’s read on.
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