This is review number three hundred and forty two. This anime is part of the Fall 2010 lineup. It’s a twelve episode anime called Fortune Arterial: Akai Yakusoku, or Fortune Arterial: Red Promise. It’s a show about a guy trying to bang five girls, but one of them is a vampire or something. This’ll be the last review of the year, so let’s read on already.
This is review number three hundred and twelve. This anime is part of the Fall 2013 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is called Strike the Blood. It’s a twenty four episode anime about a guy and his harem. He’s also a vampire and some other stupid sh*t like that. Anyways, it’s a good show but I do have my complaints. Let’s read on.
This is review number two hundred and fifty six. This anime is part of the Fall 2013 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is an otome anime called Diabolik Lovers. I would never prioritize an otome anime in a bountiful lineup. Note that this was part of the “Review Poll” project I set up. If you look on the right, you’ll see a cute picture of my favorite anime character named Mix with “Review Poll” on the picture. It’s a place where readers can vote which anime I should watch next. You want your anime reviewed then just vote on the poll. Anyways, this anime is a twelve episode show about a girl and six vampires trapped in a house. It’s a cool show for what it’s worth. Let’s read on.
This is review number two hundred and twenty seven. This anime is part of the Summer 2013 lineup. Yes, I’m moving to a brand new lineup. Despite my new busy schedule, I am still determined to watch every show in this lineup. TPAB is definitely far from giving up. My “to watch” list never runs out so I will definitely reach this goal of mine one way or another. The anime I’ll be reviewing is the first show that ended in this lineup. It’s Blood Lad. It’s a ten episode anime about a vampire and a girl that died because of a plant thingy that ate her. It’s an awesome show. A strong start in the Summer lineup for me.
This is review number one hundred and three. I’m slowing down on my reviews because I’m losing time to watch anime. Stupid prior obligations. I’m still going for my goal though and nothing will stop me. I’m reviewing an anime of the Summer 2011 lineup. It’s Blood C. It’s that anime where Saya is reduced to a normal girl slaying demons. Say goodbye to the anti-hero Saya or the strong willed Saya. We now have…this.
Things aren’t what they appear to be though and this anime is a great example why you should never trust your first impression of an anime. They’re usually wrong. Let’s read on.
This is review number seventy three and its part of the Summer 2011 lineup. This lineup is pretty short and I’ve seen most of them so I’m trying to watch those that I haven’t seen first. I’ll be reviewing Blade, a marvel comic about a half vampire killing vampires. It’s twelve episodes and it’s the fourth anime created by Marvel and Madhouse as part of their four part project bringing marvel stories into anime. Sounds exciting, isn’t?
This is review number sixty eight and I have run out of Fall 2011 anime to review. So I’m now entering the Summer 2011 lineup. I’ve seen a lot of the anime in this line up though so rewatching them will be a pain. I’ll start with those I haven’t seen first.
The anime I’m reviewing today is “Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi” or A Dark Rabbit has Seven Lives. Sounds nice, doesn’t it? Sadly, I just gave my next lowest review. I hate giving low reviews. I live in a web of lies were all anime is a ten of ten. *sigh* The web was burned today. It was burned with a torch. A torch!!!