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Spring 2013 – Week 2 Anime Review

chihayafuru_2-14-shinobu-rival-queen-antagonist-evil-eerie-scary-ominous-glowThis week: why I’m not buying the ‘death’ scene in Kakumeiki Valvrave and what leads me to believe so, some recommendations for Yamane on how to properly use a syringe in Dansai Bunri no Crime Edge, questioning the geographies, organizations and structures of cities in Shingeki no Kyojin, Suisei no Gargantia, and To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S, and some additional thoughts on the setting in anime.

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Winter 2013 – Week 5 Anime Review

sakurasou_no_pet_na_kanojo-16-misaki-happy-excited-energy-comedyThis week: why I don’t consider Senran Kagura an ecchi anime anymore, wondering about the comedy in Zetsuen no Tempest, the diversity of karuta opponents in Chihayafuru 2 and remembering the forgotten Reiko in Shin Sekai Yori.

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Moyashimon Returns – 6

As with any massive social gathering where its members share some similar attributes, a herd mentality develops.  Such a phenomenon develops because certain actions, behaviors, and ideas cause other, more impressionable members, to be influenced into acting, behaving, or thinking in a certain way.  Provided that Sawaki, Yuuki, and Oikawa are freshmen entering into this bizarre college, their fresh and untainted perspective allows for an examination and critique into herd mentalities among these seemingly psychopathic young adults at a simple agricultural university.

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[C] The Money of Soul and Possibility Control – 4

The influence and effects Deals have in the real world are startling.  Within the matter of seconds, someone’s lifetime achievements and successes will become nothing more than fond memories as a result of a single Deal.  But that’s what happens when you gamble with your future in the Financial District.

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