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reviewed Hellsing Ultimate: Vol. 1-4 Collection. November 26, 2012
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Hellsing Ultimate: Vol. 1-4 Collection
The manga by Kouta Hirano in the late 1990’s was so well-received that of course as with any other manga series that achieves success, it has been adapted into an anime series even when the manga …
reviewed High School of the Dead. October 15, 2012
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High School of the Dead
 I've heard a lot of things about High School of the Dead, but mostly how it's a combination of zombie horror and anime fan service. I was convinced by a few respectable anime fans that this …
reviewed Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic.... August 26, 2012
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Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror (anime)
While adult themed Japanese anime have always been my preference because of their ability to bring out compelling stories, we all know that anime isn’t all about such things. There are several anime …
reviewed Trigun Badlands Rumble. August 03, 2012
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Trigun Badlands Rumble
I never really got into the anime series “Trigun”, not because I thought it was bad (I cannot make this call since I only saw a few episodes) but I just had other things on plate when the …
posted a Quick Tip about Dragonball Z. July 18, 2012
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Dragon Ball Z
First of all, before I bash Dragonball Z, I did keep in mind that when I watched the few episodes I did see, I wasn't expecting this to be a "high class" anime.      …
posted a Quick Tip about Fate / Stay Night Unlimited Blade Wor.... June 24, 2012
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Fate / Stay Night Unlimited Blade Works (2012)
I really am not for ‘compressing an entire anime series’ into one film. I mean most of those things are obvious money grabs for making a quick buck. Ok, sure, “Evangelion 1.11” …
posted a Quick Tip about Marvel Anime: X-Men - Complete Series.... May 28, 2012
Marvel Anime: X-Men - Complete Series
Japanese Anime and Marvel Comics. Two of the most awesome things in entertainment. I have always been curious when “Marvel Manga” was published in the U.S. in the 2000’s to know just …
reviewed Marvel Anime: X-Men - Complete Series.... May 28, 2012
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Marvel Anime: X-Men - Complete Series
Japanese Anime and Marvel Comics. Two of the most awesome things in entertainment. I have always been curious when “Marvel Manga” was published in the U.S. in the 2000’s to know just …
reviewed First Squad: The Moment of Truth (2009). May 27, 2012
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First Squad: The Moment of Truth (2009)
Summary: Set during the opening days of World War II on the Eastern Front. Its main cast is a group of Soviet teenagers with extraordinary abilities; the teenagers have been drafted to form a special …
reviewed The Secret World of Arrietty. May 25, 2012
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The Secret World of Arrietty
The Secret World of Arietty isn't exactly a new film.  Like many Studio Ghibli films it was released in Japan long before it was brought here to US Shores.  But also like so many of those …
posted a Quick Tip about Inuyasha. May 15, 2012
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Inuyasha
Uuuuuuggghhh.   I spent a month watching this series back in late 2004, and even when I was 17 years-old, I wondered to myself why this anime got so much praise.  Any anime that goes on …
posted a Quick Tip about Dragonball Z Kai. April 07, 2012
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Dragonball Z Kai
Re-edited, Re-mastered and presented in HD, the classic adventure series DragonBall Z is re-issued to correct the mistakes it had made in the original series. It gets rid of 'fillers' (remember …
posted a Quick Tip about Sekirei: Complete Series (Blu-ray/DVD.... March 30, 2012
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Sekirei: Complete Series (Blu-ray/DVD Combo) (2012)
Ok, a friend lent me the collection and I am on episode 7. However, I am really having a hard time working through this anime series. “Sekirei” is one of those anime series that may be more …
reviewed Mardock Scramble: The First Compressi.... March 14, 2012
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Mardock Scramble: The First Compression (Director's Cut) (2012)
Inspired by a series of novels by Tow Ubukata which was later on adapted into a series of manga, director Susumu Kudo is primed to jumpstart a new anime franchise with the first part of an OVA movie trilogy …
reviewed Broken Blade: Complete Collection. March 12, 2012
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Broken Blade: Complete Collection
I love Japanese mecha anime. This was why I took a chance with director Tetsuro Animo’s “Broken Blade” aka. “Broken Blade: The Time of Awakening” - Gekijouban Bureiku bureido …
reviewed First Squad: The Moment of Truth (2009). March 05, 2012
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First Squad: The Moment of Truth (2009)
I’ve often said that Japanese anime have always had the guts to do what other animated works are often reluctant to do. Yes, sometimes, anime may go over the top; but if you are a fan of the medium, …
reviewed The Secret World of Arrietty. February 18, 2012
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The Secret World of Arrietty
A few years ago, Disney bought the distribution rights to several of Studio Gibli’s creations. I was ecstatic since it would mean that Studio Gibli’s animated films would have better access …
reviewed The Secret World of Arrietty. February 18, 2012
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The Secret World of Arrietty
Star Rating:         Perhaps I’m just artistically deficient, but I find the look of anime unappealing. It’s not the backgrounds so much as the characters, especially …
reviewed The Secret World of Arrietty. February 17, 2012
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The Secret World of Arrietty
Animator Hiromasa Yonebayashi's directorial debut hasn't the compelling novelty of Hayao Miyazaki's classics nor the dramatic rigor of Isao Takahata's contributions to the Studio Ghibli …
posted a Quick Tip about The Secret World of Arrietty. February 14, 2012
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The Secret World of Arrietty
Studio Gibli made this movie....'nuff said. Any anime fan knows how good they are.      Based on the story "The Borrowers"....I wish they were showing this in the original …
reviewed High School of the Dead. February 12, 2012
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High School of the Dead
I wasn’t really expecting much when I saw the first season (12 episodes) of “High School of the Dead” and being based on the manga series by Daisuke Sato and Shoji Sato, I have to admit, …
reviewed TO (Three-Disc DVD/Blu-ray Combo). October 16, 2011
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TO (Three-Disc DVD/Blu-ray Combo)
Being a small fan of “Vexille” and the recent CGI anime “Appleseed” film franchise, I immediately was drawn to purchase the TO film collection since it had been produced by the …
reviewed Supernatural: The Anime Series. October 07, 2011
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Supernatural: The Anime Series
I have always been a long-time fan of the TV series “Supernatural” and I was quite overjoyed when CW (without original series creator Eric Kripke) decided to go for another season this year. …
reviewed Trigun Badlands Rumble. September 28, 2011
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Trigun Badlands Rumble
The Trigun anime ended it's run in Japan years ago where it had moderate success and it debuted here in the states some time after with huge success.  Time has passed, it's been reevaluated …
posted a Quick Tip about Trigun Badlands Rumble. September 28, 2011
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Trigun Badlands Rumble
Vash the Stampede ends up in a packed city in the hinterlands only to face off with a foe he accidentally let escape 20 years prior. Fun for what it is but don't try and figure too much into the continuity …
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