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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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Durarara!! ~ Review

Durarara!! ~ Review

“Defining the phrase: there’s more than meets the eye!”

What do you call an anime that has a ton of characters that all get to play as the main character, fantastical elements in an otherwise normal looking situation, psychological problems, gang wars, and a headless woman riding a bike? You get possibly one of the most awesome anime series you’ll ever see in your entire life, that’s what!

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Zetsuen no Tempest ~ Review

Zetsuen no Tempest ~ Review

“An amazing story that brings the best of anime and… Shakespeare!!?”

Yes, it may be hard to believe just by reading the subtitle that I have so conveniently placed at the top of my review, but there is a little bit of Shakespeare involved in this series. And when I say that, I don’t mean that the series is an anime take on Shakespeare’s works. This series in fact, so cleverly takes the best of Shakespeare and turns it into an amazing and unique story of love, revenge and trust.

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Kokoro Connect ~ Review

Kokoro Connect ~ Review

“An amazing story of love, friends and connections!”

Now here’s one that you should probably already know if you’ve been keeping up to date with all of the recent series… or should I say, all the recent awesome series. Because there hasn’t been many in these recent years, but here’s one that fits the bill. Of course, at first glance it doesn’t look all that flashy, new or interesting. But they always say, never judge an anime by its cover. And that rule especially applies to this anime; it may not look like much, but the insides are freaking awesome.

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