This is review number three hundred and ninety eight. This anime is part of the Spring 2017 lineup, and it’s called Tsuki ga Kirei or “The Moon is Beautiful” or “As the moon, so beautiful”. It’s a twelve episode anime about life. It’s just straight up about life, and it’s beautiful. This review is long, so let’s read on.
This is review number three hundred and seventeen. This anime is part of the Winter 2014 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is called Hamatora. It’s a twelve episode anime about a bunch of kids with super powers and a bad guy that likes to scoop brains out of people. It sounds like a fun time. Let’s read on.
This is review number two hundred and sixty seven. This anime is part of the Fall 2013 lineup. I am so behind in my shows it’s actually really pathetic. Oh well. I try my best. Apologies if I can’t keep up. I look at my backlog and it’s a bit disheartening for me now. Anyways, the show I’ll be reviewing is an anime called Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova or Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio: Ars Nova. It’s a twelve episode anime about sexy battle ships trying to destroy each other. Yeah, seriously. It has sexy battleships. It’s like they have legs or something. Let’s read on.
This is review number two hundred and thirty three. This anime is part of the Summer 2013 lineup. It’s one of its hard hitters. The anime I’ll be reviewing is Danganronpa the Animation. It’s a thirteen episode anime about a bear forcing teenagers to kill each other. I love this anime because it’s awesome. The fact that it’s a video game adapted anime does seem a bit concerning though. Any show that requires the characters killing gets a gold star sticker from me though. That being said, let’s read on.
This is review number two hundred and ten. This anime is part of the Spring 2013 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is Devil Survivor 2. I’m supposed to do a movie but I have none in reserve so I’ll just push on with the Spring lineup. I’ve seen previous reviews of this anime claiming that it was an awful video game adaptation. I really don’t think so. Passionate fans of any medium always have something negative to say to any adaptation it receives and this show got the expected backlash from video game fans. Is the anime a bad adaptation? Actually, as an impartial viewer, I think this is the best video game adapted anime I’ve ever seen. I’m a supporter of the anime and I hope fans of the original source can see the beauty of the anime past the handicap it had of adapting their favorite video game. Let’s read on.