Monthly Archives: December 2012

Bokurano (TV) – Review

ImageI’ll be honest – I only picked up Bokurano because I was looking for something similar to Steins;Gate. Under normal circumstances, I probably wouldn’t even look at a mecha anime from 2007. However, as it went, the similarity between the two, and the ‘psychological’ tag intrigued me enough to try watching Bokurano.
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Hoshi no Koe (Voices of a Distant Star) (OVA)

ImageHoshi no Koe, a 24-minute OVA, tells a beautiful, yet sad story. It really shows how small humans are compared to everything else in this universe. Even as specks of dust, though, we have our own feelings, and are ready to protect them with all we’ve got.
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K (TV) – Episode 13 (FINAL)

ImageAfter taking a break from blogging for the Christmas, I’m back with some sad news. This season’s Project K is over. I wrote about all episodes, but this one was probably the most impressive one.
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Sword Art Online (TV) – Review

ImageOne of the greatest anime series to air in the recent years. That’s what I thought when I first started watching Sword Art Online back in the summer. It was so good, that I couldn’t wait for every episode, and after episode 3 – I picked up the novel.
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K (TV) – Episode 12

ImageThis week’s episode of K was slightly different from what I expected. I thought Shiro would take direct action immediately, but instead, he remained his peaceful self.
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Btooom! (TV) – Episode 12 (FINAL)

ImageAnother anime that was brought to an end this week, besides Chuunibyou, was Btooom! As far as I’ve heard, they managed to force quite a bit of content into those 12 episodes. Nevertheless, for the most part it did not feel rushed.
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Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! (TV) – Review

ImageThe saddest moment of every season for an anime watcher like me is a the end – when all the animes I’ve been following come to an end, and are being finished one by one. Same happened with Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! this week.
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Zetsuen no Tempest (TV) – Episode 7

ImageThis episode of Zetsuen no Tempest was pretty solid. If I think about it, I pretty much learned nothing new, and that is despite the whole episode being filled with a major flashback from the days when Aika was still alive.
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Zetsuen no Tempest (TV) – Episode 6

ImageThings slowed down a bit here. Nothing huge was revealed, but the story was still good. As with the last episode, a plot twist was added, but it didn’t feel big. As if it was to be expected.
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Zetsuen no Tempest (TV) – Episode 5

ImageI can’t believe how this anime doesn’t stop surprising me every time I watch a new episode! Last episode my image of the friendship between two main characters was reshaped, while this week a twist was added to the plot.
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