Cardfight Vanguard: Card Game Anime Of The Century

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Cardfight Vanguard has quickly risen up the anime ranks and it’s currently, in my opinion, the third greatest show to have existed. The series controversially decided to leave the old cast for us to get a sequel series in the form of Cardfight Vanguard G. There’s no doubt that the sequel will be great. However, the fact of me thinking that this is a grave mistake is unavoidable. It’ll be extremely challenging to pass this series. If you’re the kind who loves action and good visuals, you’ve definitely come to the right place. Cardfight Vanguard: The First Season Season 1 of the anime is around 70 episodes and it starts the franchise off on a high note. Cardfight Vanguard is a mysterious game that suddenly came to the world. In the midst of it all, Aichi Sendou is your average student who’s a bit timid, […]

The Downfall A Bleach Anime Review

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Title: Bleach Manga Written By Tite Kubo Volume: 74 Chapter: 686 Year: August 20, 2001 – August 22, 2016 Magazine: Weekly Shonen Jump Anime TV Series Written By Masashi Sogo (#1–167, 190–229, 266–366) Kento Shimoyama (#168–189) Tsuyoshi Kida (#230–265) Episodes: 366 Studio: Studio Pierrot Year: October 5, 2004 – March 27, 2012 Genres: Action, Alternate History, Super Natural, Martial Arts, Science Fantasy “The difference between the strength… What about it? Do you think I should give up just because you are stronger than me?” — Ichigo Kurosaki           Introduction The late-1980s in Hiroshima. A teacher announces the last day of the class before transferring to another school. A young boy as a parting gift gives the teacher a drawing. The boy’s favorite teacher is so impressed that he would later show the drawing to his new students. Quickly word began to spread about the boy’s immense […]


Yu-Gi-Oh VRAINS Review

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Breakdown   Yu-Gi-Oh seems set on competing with the likes of Pokemon. That is, it wants the record for being one of the longest running anime series around. Where Pokemon’s Ash can’t seem to age or hit puberty though, Yu-Gi-Oh gives us an entirely new protagonist and setup each time. Fast forward almost 5 series since the original and we’ve now arrived at Yu-Gi-Oh VRAINS. Is this latest iteration of the franchise worth watching or is Yu-Gi-Oh long past its prime and in need of retirement? Synopsis If, like myself, you’re only familiar with the original Yu-Gi-Oh and only vaguely so with the others you have some catching up to do. Since the tale of the original the series has gone far off into the future. We went from the near future to a somewhat dystopian one to a future utopia. Along the way the original card […]