Spice and Wolf (Timekeeper)

Author: Timekeeper

Many many years ago, I stumbled upon this series while attempting to find a new series to watch. When I was told by many anonymous users, forum-goers, and various other individuals that it was the best thing since sliced bread, I decided to give it a watch. After watching the first and second season (the latter of which took Funimation a century to license), I'm a bit confused as to what my experience was. Why was this? Let's dive in.

Story:

Shangri-la

Author: bedheadred

 

Sometime in the future, the Earth is ravaged by the effects of Global Warming. The flora fights back, violently overtaking civilization. In Japan, a perfect utopian society, Atlas, is built and shelters the chosen few, while the rest of society fend for themselves in the ruins of civilization. The global economy is based on carbon. The CO2 producing nations of the world owe large tax levies. Businessmen, hackers and terrorists alike battle for control of the global market and power.

Kodocha (S1)

Author: Lince

 

Before I begin, let me say that it has been several months since I’ve last watched Kodocha. But in my defense I believe I have watched this enough times [2] to say that I can write an accurate review. But if you find any incorrect statements or if you have any discrepancies, please feel free to say so [If you even read from top to bottom xD]

Plot:

Hatsukoi Limited

Author: Lince

 

Have you ever watched a soap opera? This anime reminds me of some of those. It feels so complex and hard to follow the relationships, but for some strange reason it's...easy to follow. I know I just contradicted myself, but the fact that the plot is easy to understand when the plot doesn't feel easy to understand is just... I don't know... it's weird...

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