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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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Jyu-Oh-Sei

Author: Lady Soubi

 

Jyu-Oh-Sei is the sort of anime that can easily impress those that would usually overlook it's premise as not for them. With a constant stream of surprises it is never boring; the loveable cast and plot is very well produced. With a number of elements conspiring to make it a success, Jyu-Oh-Sei is unfortunately the sort of anime to often overlooked due to brevity.

K-On!

Author: Ventus

 

K-On! is a show that many anime fans have likely heard heard of by now due to the amount of hype surrounding the title. A show many male viewers may think not suitable to their tastes, what with story revolving around a few high school girls and a light music club. Yet in spite of this and without any pervasive fan-service or other artificial prompts, given a few episodes many people will find themselves coming back for more.

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]

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Magi: the Labyrinth of Magic

A long, long time ago, there was a man named Timekeeper who was scrolling through Netflix with a bored, glazed look in his eyes. Through his wanderings, he stumbled upon a series called "Magi: the Labyrinth of Magic". It looked appealing enough, but he wasn't sure whether or not he was motivated enough to start a new anime series. He then darted his eyes towards his ever-increasing pile of bills, research papers, and calls from his mother wanting to chew him out over something trivial. It was then he decided that he would give the series a watch.

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