Alice to Zouroku Review

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.

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Eromanga-sensei Review

This is review number three hundred and ninety five. This anime is part of the Spring 2017 lineup, and it’s called Eromanga sensei. It’s a twelve episode anime about OreImo and a bunch of incest as well. It actually has a lot more to it than that, and there’s a lot to unpack here. So let’s read on.

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Glasslip Review

This is review number three hundred and ninety one. This anime is part of the Summer 2014 lineup, and it’s called Glasslip. It’s a thirteen episode anime about….something. This anime is really something, and I actually can’t wait to talk about that something, so let’s just get on with it.

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Kuzu no Honkai Review

This is review number three hundred and eighty five. This anime is part of the Winter 2017 lineup, and it’s a noitaminA anime. Oh, I haven’t had one of these for a long time. The show is called Scum’s Wish, and it’s a twelve episode anime about, well, a lot of things, to be honest. It’s like a weird mix of sexual energy and fluffy romance. This review is also kinda long, so let’s just read on.

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Tokyo Ghoul Review

This is review number three hundred and seventy six. This anime is part of the Summer 2014 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is called Tokyo Ghoul. It’s a twelve episode anime about a bunch of flesh eaters, and there are also people beheaded here. It’s a really good anime, so let’s read on.

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Joker Game Review

This is review number three hundred and seventy one. This anime is part of the Spring 2016 lineup. It’s called Joker Game, and it’s a twelve episode anime about spies in the Shouwa era. Baccano and last season’s Shouwa Genroku has already proven that anything set in the 1930s is just awesome, and this is another show to convince us of that. Let’s read on.

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Mayoiga (The Lost Village) Review

This is review number three hundred and seventy. This anime is part of the Spring 2016 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is called Mayoiga or The Lost Village. It’s a twelve episode anime about a bunch of random things that I think is supposed to be scary, but it’s actually not. Hey, you be the judge. Let’s read on.

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