Orange – Mia’s anime review

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Greetings to all of the anime lovers of the world!!! I bet the anime that I’ll be reviewing this time is one of your faves. It’s none other than (play the drum), Orange! For newcomer, this anime should definitely enter your want-to-watch list. If you love a story with speculative twist and not complicated, then this anime has it all for you. Orange has a unique story line that will not make you hesitant to keep it as one of your collection. Let’s not waste our time any longer and directly check this out!!!! General Information Orange is a slice-of-life romance manga series written and illustrated by Ichigo Takano, aimed at the shōjo and seinen demographics. It was first serialized in 2012 in Bessatsu Margaret manga magazine and later in Monthly Action. It has been compiled into 5 volumes as of May 2016. Its chapters […]

Digimon

Digimon: The starting point and the possibility

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Credits to AnimeLab Did you know that Digimon started out as digital pets called ”Digital Monsters” similar in style and concept to Tamagotchi? Plot The story revolves around 7 chosen children to save the digital and real world from evil. The children are helped by a mysterious man/Digimon named Gennai, who helps them via hologram. As the adventures prolong their Digimon partner evolve to higher beings such as Devimon, Etemon, and Myotismon in their Champion forms. Each Digimon linked to a Digivice and Crest which are connected to the strongest trait of their respective child. The eight members of the first DigiDestined group witnessed the battle between a Greymon and Parrotmon at their childhood town of Highton View Terrace prior to moving to Odaiba. Now let’s get to know them and their Digimon partners. Main Characters Taichi “Tai” Kamiya (Taichi Yagami) The first season’s leader […]

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, […]

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 […]

Bakuman – Mia’s anime review

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If I follow my dream and it shatters – I can accept having to regret that. But I don’t want to regret not pursuing it in the first place- Akito Takagi Dreams are there to be achieved. I believe everyone had their own little dream when they were kids. Like, for example, I dreamed of being a writer when I’m old enough to be one. Now, here I am, being a manga or anime reviewer in a fabulous group with talented members. I know all of you have your own different story about your dreams, right? But, now I would like to invite all of you to take a look at this tremendous anime titled Bakuman. General Information Originally, Bakuman. (バクマン。)  is a Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, who were responsible for Death Note. Weekly Shōnen Jump serialized  […]

Mobile Suit Gundam Iron Blooded Orphans

Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans Review

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Breakdown The Gundam series has always, as a trademark staple, given us humanizing and engrossing portrayals of war and human conflict. In almost every iteration and entry in the franchise, we see a futuristic society in or on the verge of conflict. Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans is no different. However this may be one entry with the darkest premise yet. This is an era that sprung up from the very ravages of conflict and it shows. The very title of the show hints at it after all. Thus, with that in mind, is it a good anime? Is it worthy of your time? Read on to find out. Synopsis To reflect the darker setting, this isn’t the ‘Cosmic Era’ or ‘After Colony’ era. Instead this is the ‘Post Disaster’ era. Society has been so defined by conflict that the years are counted around it. In […]

Kuroko no Basuke Season 1 Anime Review

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Meet the Generation of Miracles and prepare for intense basketball matches in Kuroko no Basuke Season 1! Follow Kagami Taiga and Kuroko Tetsuya as they strive to show the Miracles what team play can achieve. “Life is all about challenges. There’s no point in living if there’s no one strong to play.” Kagami Taiga General Information Kuroko no Basuke Season 1 is the first anime adaptation of Fujimaki Tadatoshi’s sports manga series. The franchise is known as The Basketball Which Kuroko Plays and Kuroko’s Basketball. The Weekly Shonen Jump magazine serialized the manga from December 2008 and September 2014. Additionally, Shueisha compiled the individual chapters into 30 standalone books. By April 2014, the series already had 27 million copies in circulation. The studio Production I.G. aired the 1st season’s anime adaptation in 2012. Furthermore, the film adaptation of Kuroko no Basuke: Last Game premiered last March […]