This is review number one hundred and eighty five. This anime is part of the Winter 2013 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is Amnesia. It’s a twelve episode reverse harem with a bland main character…and f*ck, it’s an otome anime. If you’ve seen my other reviews of the genre then you know what to expect from this one. Let’s read on and end this already.
This is review number one hundred and seventy eight. This is part of the Fall 2012 lineup. I still have a lot of anime left in this lineup but for the moment, I am done with it. I’ll be moving on to another lineup, the Winter 2013. The anime I’ll be reviewing is Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun. It’s a thirteen episode anime about two characters that looks cute together as they develop a romantic relationship with each other. I love this show and I hope you love it too. Let’s read on.
This is review number one hundred and seventy seven. This is part of the Fall 2012 lineup. One more anime to go and I’ll be done with 2012 in the meantime. Aside from season 2s and those 50 plus episodes, I am pretty much done with the 2012 lineup. Anyways, the anime I’ll be reviewing is Ixion Saga Dimensional Transfer. It’s a twenty five episode anime about a dude being sent in a new world and fighting to get back. There is also a transsexual in the anime so that’s pretty great, right? Let’s read on.
This is review number one hundred and forty seven. It’s another anime from the Spring 2011 lineup. This anime really challenged me but I did enjoy the experience. The anime is Dororon Enma-kun Meeramera or Ghastly Prince Enma Burning Up. It’s a comedy anime but it’s also an old manga made by the father of mecha anime, Go Nagai. It’s a twelve episode anime about, well, um…stuff. I guess. Let’s read on.
This is review number one hundred and twenty two. This is another Spring 2012 anime. Yeah, I’m not done yet with this lineup. I’m trying to cover all the bases just to make sure. The anime I’ll be reviewing is Sengoku Collection. It’s a twenty six episode anime about girl versions of Sengoku personalities stuck in the modern world trying to adapt to daily life. It sounds nice, huh? Let’s read on.
This is review number seventy four. It’s part of the Summer 2011 line up. The Summer 2012 line up soon to close its doors so I’m trying to watch all of those anime in Summer 2011 I haven’t seen yet. Today I’ll be reviewing Kamisama Dolls. It’s a thirteen episode anime about magical robots being controlled by priests from this village. There’s more to the story though that I explained in my review so let’s read on.