This is review number four hundred forty five and A HALF, because I don’t give full numbers to movies. They lost that right after they stopped being made by Satoshi Kon. But, no, seriously, I can finish my 1000 review goal with just movies and anime is more than just movies, so I’m not cheating on my goal. They must be full series moving forward, except for this one that was a patreon request. It’s a KyoAni movie called Tamako Love Story. Let’s read on.
This is review number four hundred and eleven. This anime is part of the Fall 2014 lineup, and it’s called Amagi Brilliant Park. Oh, yes, we’re doing a KyoAni show. No more dilly dallying, this review is long, so let’s read on.
Happy New Year!!! I’m writing this at 10 PM on December 31, 2015, and I think I’ll proofread it after my family is drunk off their rockers. TPAB wants to get this year going on the right path with a long ass review about a show I didn’t like. It’s a KyoAni show, and boy, is it a bad one. This is review number three hundred and forty three. This anime is part of the Winter 2014 lineup, and it’s a twelve episode anime. The anime I’ll be reviewing is called Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai Ren or “Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions -Heart Throb-“. Yeah, this one hurts. Let’s read on already.
This is review number two hundred and fifty two. This anime is part of the Fall 2013 lineup. I still have some Summer 2013 anime to finish up and some Spring 2013 anime to close but this is a new year and another step for this small site. First of all, let me direct you to the new page I set up called Review Poll. It’s a new experiment of mine where you vote which Fall 2013 anime I should review next. Sounds like fun, right? Drop by the page and cast your vote.
Anyways, the anime I’ll be reviewing is Kyoukai no Kanata. I promised to watch Free last in the Summer lineup so I think it’s a good chance to watch a KyoAni anime first in the Fall lineup. This is a twelve episode anime about a girl that likes to stab people. It’s actually more deep than that but I think the surprise is actually figuring out the plot, if that makes any sense. So let’s read on.
This is review number one hundred and ninety seven. This is part of the Winter 2013 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is the KyoAni entry to the lineup. It’s Tamako Market. It’s a twelve episode anime about the girls of K-on and a cock. Wait, that’s not right. It’s actually an anime about a bird and a bunch of girls. Yeah, that’s better. Let’s read on.
This is review number one hundred and fifty one. I am close to completing the Spring 2011 lineup. I am hyping myself up to watch those goddamn 50 plus episodes though. I get Sket Dance but how the hell did Pretty Aurora get fifty episodes?!
Anyways, I’ll be reviewing Nichijou. It’s a twenty six episode anime similar to Lucky Star but it’s a lot more complex and complicated than that. It’s pretty awesome though so let’s read on.
This is review number one hundred and twenty three. Oh boy, the year is about the end. Isn’t that just awesome? I’m seven months into my blogging journey and I pretty much suck at obtaining my 1000 anime goal. Oh well. I’m just glad other people are reading my sh*t.
Anyways, the anime I’ll be reviewing is part of the Fall 2012 lineup. It’s a twelve episode anime called “Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!” or “Even People with Adolescent Delusions of Grandeur Want To Experience Love!” That’s a pretty awesome title. Oh wait, this anime is about love? That sounds sweet. Let’s read on.
This review is number eighty three and it’s very long. After writing this review, I feel my brain overheating so no long introductions. Spring 2012 lineup. Hyouka. Kyoto Animation. Twenty two episodes long. Mystery. Outstanding. Let’s read on.