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Blade of the Phantom Master Review

I have to live knowing I watched that… Should you? With such a badass title, you wouldn’t expect an anime called Blade of the Phantom Master to be as unbelievably boring as it is overly simplistic approach to the genre and characters results in a film that’s not so difficult to follow, but by the […]

Code: Breaker Review

Apparently Japanese teenagers are terrifying. Not going to lie, I really wanted Code: Breaker to be good from the start. After all, it’s about High School students with special powers who work as assassins for a mysterious branch of the government. Sounds pretty spiffy, right? Well, to a certain degree it is kind of neat. […]

Casshern Sins Review

Even robots fear death. Well, it would seem that America’s fanaticism for reboots has finally made its way to the Land of the Rising Sun. That’s right, boys and girls: What we have here is a reboot of the classic (and by that I mean really old-school) anime series Casshern. This time around, though, the […]

Blue Exorcist Review

And you thought your dad was a jerk. Life can be pretty rough if you’re the son on the devil. At least, that’s the premise of Blue Exorcist. Luckily for humanity, though, the devil’s kid, Rin, is much more interested in socking his old man in the face rather than joining him. So Rin goes […]

Black Blood Brothers Review

Black Blood Brothers might have fangs, but it doesn’t sparkle. Black Blood Brothers is a 12-episode anime based on the manga by Kōhei Azano and by Yuuya Kusaka. The series takes place in a world in which humans and vampires coexist, following a vampire named Jiro Mochizuki (voiced by J. Michael Tatum) who comes to […]

Baccano! Review

But where’s the main character? With most focusing on high kicks, robots and cat girls, it seems that anime that gives audiences something significant to think about are few and far between. However, Baccano! (based on the series by Ryohgo Narita) subtly deals with the idea of perception and the role it can play with […]