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Bittersweet Adventures (Girls Last Tour Anime Review)

Genre: Slice of life, survival, cute girls doing cute things, adventure, post-apocalyptic Rating: 12+ Studio: White Fox Episodes: 12 Available on: HIDIVE Overview: Girls Last Tour is set in an dystopian future where two friends named Chito (Chi) and Yuuri (Yuu) seem to be the only humans left of civilisation. In the baron wasteland in… Continue reading Bittersweet Adventures (Girls Last Tour Anime Review)

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A Demon Samurai Bloodbath (Dororo Anime Review)

Genre: Historical, supernatural, samurai, action, adventure, drama, shounen Rating: R-17+ Studio: MAPPA Episodes: 24 Available on: AmazonPrime Overview: Dororo is set during the times of Japan where samurai and war lords ruled the land. One of Dororo's protagonists named Hyakkimaru is born a bloody shell of himself as his father Diago Kagemitsu sacrifices him to… Continue reading A Demon Samurai Bloodbath (Dororo Anime Review)

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Samurai Shenanigans (Gintama Anime Review)

Genre: Comedy, parody, sci-fi, historical, action, shounen Rating: PG-13 Studios: Sunrise and Bandai Namco Pictures Episodes: 367+ (still ongoing) Available on: Crunchyroll, Funimation Now Overview: Edo Japan, known famously for its samurai has been invaded by aliens known as the "Amanto". After a harsh war where the Japanese and the Amanto fought fircely, the Amanto… Continue reading Samurai Shenanigans (Gintama Anime Review)

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A Modern Look on Old School Gaming (Hi Score Girl Review)

Genre: Comedy, seinen, romance, school Rating: 12+ Studio: J.C. Staff Episodes: 12 (+ 3 OVAs) Available on: Netflix Overview: It is 1991 and protagonist Yaguchi Haruo is a video game obsessed grade schooler who spends every waking moment of his existence playing the arcade games available to him.  One day whilst playing a game of… Continue reading A Modern Look on Old School Gaming (Hi Score Girl Review)

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Don’t Drink and Dive (Grand Blue Dreaming Anime Review)

Genre: Comedy, slice of life, seinen Rating: PG-13 Studio: Zero-G Episodes: 12 Available on: Amazon Prime Overview: Kitahara Iori is freshman in college who has just moved to the seaside town of Izu to start up his time at university. Iori has gone to live with his uncle in the town who owns a scuba… Continue reading Don’t Drink and Dive (Grand Blue Dreaming Anime Review)

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A Classic Flop (Akira Film Review)

Genre: Action, sci-fi, horror, supernatural, seinen Rating: R-17+ Studio: Tokyo Movie Shinsha Available on: FunimationNow Overview: In 1988, Japan experienced the disaster which would ignite world war three. Many years later Tokyo has been reborn and is now known as Neo Tokyo. The city is filled with violence and terrorism and many are fighting against… Continue reading A Classic Flop (Akira Film Review)

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A Series of Questionable Morals (Domestic Girlfriend Review)

Genre: Romance, drama Rating: PG-13 Studio: Diomedea Episodes: 12 Available on: Crunchyroll Overview: Natsuo Fujii has a dilema. He in head over heels in love with one of his school teachers named Hina Tachibana. In a futile attempt in order to forget his forbidden love towards Hina, he decides to go to a mixer with… Continue reading A Series of Questionable Morals (Domestic Girlfriend Review)

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Crazy Bookstore Antics (Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san Review)

Genre: Comedy, slice of life Rating: PG-13 Studio: DLE Episodes: 12 Available on: Crunchyroll Overview: Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san is centred on the inner workings of a book store and its various quirky employees. Honda-san, like the name suggests, is a walking talking skeleton who had a hectic job running one of the sections of the… Continue reading Crazy Bookstore Antics (Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san Review)

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Perverted Maids Everywhere! (UzaMaid! Review)

Genre: Comedy, slice of life Rating: PG-13 Studio: Doga Kobo Episodes: 12 Available on: Crunchyroll Overview: Half-Russian, half-Japanese Misha Takanashi lost her beloved mother at a very young age. She now lives with her stepfather and her pet ferrets and for a long time has been shut in, refusing to go to school. One day… Continue reading Perverted Maids Everywhere! (UzaMaid! Review)

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Cops, Comedy and Crazy Drugs (Double Decker! Doug and Kirill Review)

Genre: Comedy, action, sci-fi Rating: R-17 Studio: Sunrise Episodes: 13 Available on: Crunchyroll, Funimation Overview: In the city of Lisvalletta drug crime is high with the heavy use of the lethal drug which is referred to as anthem. Kirill Vrubel who is living in the city ends up joining the special unit of SEVEN-0 which… Continue reading Cops, Comedy and Crazy Drugs (Double Decker! Doug and Kirill Review)