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Watch my first video Anime Review below! For my first one, I decided to review the awesome anime School Live!

First Impressions: Death Parade

 Posted by Paul on August 21, 2015 at 4:43 pm  No Responses »
Aug 212015


When you die, You are taken to a place (a bar) and forced to play games to decided the fate of your soul, But there is one catch, you don’t know your dead. Death Parade is 12 episode anime created,written, and directed by Yuzuru Tachikawa and produced by Madhouse. I just watched the first few episodes and wow, this anime is very gripping and emotional, with lots of suspense and mystery.The characters are interesting, especially white haired Bartender/Arbiter Decim who is in charge of the DEATH games and judgement of the dead. His unemotional attitude towards the situations is interesting and he is totally an easy cosplay. Continue reading »

The Touhou Project

 Posted by SenXXi on November 13, 2012 at 9:17 am  No Responses »
Nov 132012


Shrine maidens, witches, puppeteers, and a whole bunch of mischievous youkai. Welcome to the wonderful world of Gensokyo where 99% of the population is female. Continue reading »

Uta no Prince Sama: Review + News and Update

 Posted by Kuri on July 18, 2012 at 4:29 pm  No Responses »
Jul 182012

Hey hey, Kuri here. Sorry for the long wait! I currently do not have a laptop, so I can only get on when my mothers computer is free. Anyway, anyone heard of Uta no Prince Sama?? Anyone that knows me, knows I’m obsessed with otome games. Haha. Well, currently, there has been great news about this project. Since my Japanese is a bit down, I could only make out a few things. Let’s start out the run-down! By the way, Uta no Prince Sama means ‘Princes’ of Song’.

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 Posted by Jason on February 22, 2012 at 3:00 am  No Responses »
Feb 222012

I remember being into the .hack series to an extent. I haven’t played the games, but I have watched .hack//SIGN and .hack//Legend of the Twilight. Yuki Kajiura’s music to “SIGN” was brilliant. Probably one of the reasons how I finished the series, haha. The “Legend” series was pretty cute. Somewhere along the way, I heard about .hack//Roots; I may have watched an episode or two a while back, but I just forgot about it and that was the end of my .hack phase…or was it?

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Review: Trigun: Badlands Rumble

 Posted by Paul on August 16, 2011 at 9:32 am  1 Response »
Aug 162011

Last Friday I had the pleasure of seeing This movie at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago. It was my first Anime I’ve seen in theaters…well, if you can call it a theater, the room we saw it was super tiny. Anyways It was really exciting to see Vash the stampede and his partners again, after not seeing Trigun for years, this film showed me what I loved about that show and the Characters. The story of the movie is placed somewhere in between the Trigun series, I say this because SPOILER …………………..Wolfwood is still alive.  Continue reading »

Jun 302011

The title is a doozy, ain’t it? It translates to “We Still Don’t Know the Name of the Flower We Saw That Day.” It’s also called “AnoHana” for short. The story is set around a group of friends who grew apart from each other over the years.  A girl named Menma, who had died in an accident comes back as a ghost 10 years later in front of Jinta, a boy who was the leader of the group, now a shut-in. Continue reading »

Jun 092011

Dragonaut: The Resonance

I just finished watching a series called Dragonaut: The Resonance. Want to know if it was any good? Well click to find out.  Continue reading »


Looking for a new and exciting anime? In need of a little anime quick fix? Like big robots? Lots of action?! Girls in skimpy outfits!?! ^.^;; Well then this is the anime for you!

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Con Report by Rowdy: Anime St. Louis

 Posted by Rowdy on April 22, 2011 at 1:53 am  No Responses »
Apr 222011

The Little Con that could! After a 4 hour drive (Google Maps said 4h 40m – shows what kind of driver Paul is lol) We finally made it to Anime St. Louis! Well more like Anime Colinsville =P Though you could kind of see the arch far in the distance… Continue reading »