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Bakemonogatari ~ Review

Bakemonogatari ~ Review

“Possibly one of the most unique anime series of modern times”

Have you ever watched an anime and said to yourself, “Wow… that was by far one of the strangest but awesome series I have ever seen…”. Well, if you’re yet to say something like that then you’re in luck, because I’ve got a series that is guaranteed to make you say that line to yourself over and over again!

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Uchouten Kazoku ~ Review

Uchouten Kazoku ~ Review

“Heartwarming and funny little series with a deep message!”

We see all different kinds of families in anime, ranging from absolutely normal to over-the-top strange and unique. When we imagine families, we think of the usual: father, mother, the protagonist and his/her siblings (and maybe even pets every now and then). But this family is a little different. In what way, you ask? Well, for starters… they’re all raccoons, or to put it in a more anime-like way, they’re all tanuki’s!

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Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyou ~ Review

Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyou ~ Review

“A strange story between a sadist author and a dog who loves books??”

Anime is known for giving us some of the most unique and interesting plots that you wouldn’t be able to see in any other entertainment medium. I’ve seen some pretty interesting and unique plots in anime in my life, but I must say, this anime is taking love stories and plots to the next level, in more ways than one!

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Kono Naka ni Hitori, Imouto ga Iru! ~ Review

Kono Naka ni Hitori, Imouto ga Iru! ~ Review

“This is the true definition of a perfect harem!”

Yes… indeed. Here is another harem type anime (for those who have been waiting for one) and this one is also a very nice one indeed. I think the above picture can just about sum up what the series is going to be consisting of. Let’s list them out; a group of cute girls, one guy in the middle, and the word “imouto” in the title… if you’re a romantic comedy/harem/ecchi anime fan, then you just know that those cooked together make a nice little harem tale for us to feast our eyes on.

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