Pokémon XY: A Review On Ash’s Kalos Region Journey

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The Pokémon XY Series first aired on October 17, 2013. It ran strong for over 3 years and officially ended back in October 27, 2016. The 6th Generation of the Pokémon anime not only redeemed itself after the disgrace that was Black and White (which I still think deserves some credit), but it ranks up there as one of the best. So, it’s the perfect time to take a trip down the memory lane. Let’s look back at what was the best Pokémon anime has offered since Advanced Generation, and even for the Original Season for that matter. Pokémon XY: Its Comparison With Black And White It’s certainly not the opinion of many, but there are others out there who think that the Black and White series was a huge failure. I’m one of those people who actually liked Black and White. However, I’m willing […]

How to keep a mummy (Anime Review )

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Heeeey anime and manga lovers XD Today Rano is back with another awesome review about another kawaiiiii anime. And no need to worry about spoilers because my reviews contain no spoilers XD This time I’m gonna tell you guys about one of the latest anime that was released this year As the title says the anime is about “How to keep a mummy“.

Kuroko no Basuke Season 3 Anime Review

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The Winter Cup basketball matches are intense as ever! In the third and final season of the series, will Seirin High beat all the odds and emerge victorious? Find out more in this Kuroko no Basuke Season 3 review! “Winning is everything in this world. The victors write history. The losers are wiped from it.” Akashi Seijuurou General Information Kuroko no Basuke Season 3 is the last season of the series. The third season aired from January to June in 2015. Additionally, Production I.G. remains the animation studio for season 3. Want to learn more about the first two seasons? Check out my review on Season 1 and Season 2. Also, feel free to my review on Kuroko no Basuke: Last Game. Synopsis After their victory against Yosen High, Seirin advances to the Winter Cup semifinals! Kaijou, Shutoku, and Rakuzan each have their own Miracle, […]

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Pokémon Black and White: A Review On Ash’s Unova Journies

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I know a lot of the fan base is going to curse me for this, but I LOVE THE BLACK AND WHITE (Best Wishes in Japanese) SEASON of Pokémon. The hate for this series is utter nonsense and the constant “Ice Cream Pokémon” criticism is starting to get old. It’s actually much better than it looks and if people would stop comparing it with the Original Season, Advanced Generations and the Diamond and Pearl Season. You’d be able to see how old school the Black and White season really is. Story wise, it starts off as all new Pokémon seasons do with Ash Ketchum setting out on a new adventure. Yet, he’s still 10 years old. How does this guy never age? Teach me your secrets master! Anyway, he sets out on a journey to a brand new region with butt-loads of brand new Pokémon […]

Kuroko no Basuke Season 2 Anime Review

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Get ready for more heart-pumping basketball action! The Interhigh Championship is finally over. Now it’s time for Seirin to train even harder for the Winter Cup! Find out more in this 2nd part of my Kuroko no Basuke series review. “Even if we lose by 100 points, there’s a chance a meteor will strike the other team’s bench at the last second.” Kuroko Tetsuya General Information Kuroko no Basuke Season 2 is the continuation of the first season in the franchise. Similarly, this season also has a total of 25 episodes branching off the end of the first one. Furthermore, Production I.G. is still in charge of the animation. Want to learn more about the rest of the series? Feel free to read my reviews on Season 1 and Season 3! Also, check out my review on Kuroko no Basuke: Last Game for more info […]

Kaichou wa Maid-sama! Mari’s Anime Review

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General Information ⊙ w ⊙ Hiro Fujiwara created the shoujo manga series Kaichou wa Maid-sama! Kaichou wa Maid-sama! was serialized in Hakusensha’s monthly shoujo manga magazine, Lala. Currently, there 18 published volumes under the Hana to Yume imprint in Japan. J.C. Staff produced a 26-episode anime adaptation and aired it between April and September 2010. Synopsis A once all-boys school, recently became a co-ed school. But despite the current changes in the school, the female population remains a minority.  Misaki Ayuzawa is the student council president, she strives to make the school a much peaceful place for girls to study. She has gained the reputation of being a boy-hating demon dictator among the boys and a shining hope for the teachers and the female students. Although, despite her reputation, she secretly works part-time as a maid at a maid cafe. However, Usui Takumi, a well-known […]