Posts Tagged ‘anime’

Uchuu Kyoudai

Posted: November 25, 2012 in Animes
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Mutta’s life has hit rock bottom. He’s been fired, blackballed from his profession and now he’s had to move back in with his parents. Meanwhile, his kid brother Hibito has been literally riding a rocket and training to be an astronaut. The same career Mutta once dreamed of. So, is it ever too late to go after your dreams? Through a little coercing and a bit of covert activity, Mutta’s family and friends can get his resume on the right desk, but from that point on it will be up to Mutta himself. Does he have what it takes to turn his life around and put his footprint on the moon? The first step on the highway to the stars is always the hardest, and in a job where crash and burn isn’t just a euphemism, it will be the biggest risk Mutta’s ever taken. But with the best support team ever, maybe he’ll find what he needs to rekindle the spark inside him and light the biggest candle of them all! 

Art: 80/100

Story: 92/100

Quality: 88/100

Overall: 90/100

It’s an anime where you’ll follow their past and how they live right now. It’s interesting thinking that it’s based on NASA and the galaxy theme. A hard theme to concur but they definitely succeeded. The art is kind off a let down. If the art would’ve been better I’d bet that it’d become a big hit. But the art fits in with the anime anyways so I’d recommend this definitely! 


Sword Art Online

Posted: November 25, 2012 in Action, Adventure, Animes, Drama
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In the near future, a Virtual Reality Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (VRMMORPG) called Sword Art Online has been released where players control their avatars with their bodies using a piece of technology called Nerve Gear. One day, players discover they cannot log out, as the game creator is holding them captive unless they reach the 100th floor of the game’s tower and defeat the final boss. However, if they die in the game, they die in real life. Their struggle for survival starts now…

Art: 96/100

Story: 97/100

Quality: 100/100

Overall: 98/100

The first time I started to watch it it immediately caught my eyes! The plot is unique and interesting and something that I  must say is the art! It’s beautiful! This anime is on a whole new level and very splendid drawn. The story and the characters have good personalities although I have to admit that the protagonist Kirito is kinda weird? But I like it and it’s gaining lots of popularity right now.


Posted: June 16, 2012 in Animes
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Art: 92/100

Story: 96/100

Quality: 89/100

Overall: 95/100

So I’ve been watching this anime and  I must praise them for the originality. SO good story too. Find it funny sometimes. And Ciel and Sebastian are likable characters. Find the ending a bit disappointing and sad. And things happened all the times. And caution some people might run into something you didn’t believe at first. Well what I like about Ciel was that his personality wasn’t like a child’s, because he’s a child but acts like a master-adult, strong and determined to do something. Sebastian is strong and not weak and some kind of scary yet protective. Maybe you’ll fine the ending disappointing like me. 


Posted: June 8, 2012 in Animes
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art: 96/100

Story: 88/100

Quality: 85/100

Overall: 92/100

So hyouka is still on-going so I can’t fully report about this anime. This anime has beautiful art! This is much about mystery if I said it right. Well I don’t know if the anime has mysteries as the base of this anime. But it’s really difficult to come into this anime. Since the explanations for their theory are tooooo hard to understand. But it’s fun to watch.


Art: 7.5/10 <———Old art still good, detailed

Story:  9./10 <————Really interesting and fun

Quality: 8/10 <——-  The football needs to get polished a little bit more!

Overall: 8.5 <———-Recommended if you like old art and like a bit of childish art too!

So I’ve watched Whistle, it’s very realistic there haven’t been any super shoots so far. And some scenes are “3d” animated I believe. But it’s to childish for me but enjoyable such as Gakuen Alice. The voices are a bit uncomfortable. I would actually wish for the voices to scream at some parts since the voices doesn’t have a naturally feel to it. The dribbling are very realistic so are the strategies. Still wished that the protagonist started of with being not so lousy at soccer, but it’s very fun to see how he’s upgrading each time and each episode.

Chat With Me!

Posted: May 17, 2012 in Me
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So I got Meebo at the right side —>So feel free to chat with me while I’m online and ask me for tips and so on 🙂

Also I got Chatroll Join now!

I’m super bored TT-TT need some company you know :c

Hungry Heart: Wild Striker

Art: 8/10 <——–Not old not new

Story: 10/10 <———–Really fun and easy to understand!

Quality: 8.5/10 <———-So much action on the field, very fun to watch!

Overall: 8.9/10 <———– Typical super football techniques in here, art is beautiful but would like to see more of it!

A sports anime based on football. Nothing special at all but you still want to follow the anime and watch more. Strange huh? Well I found many characters annoying there. And the coach for the protagonist team/main team resembles the coach at Giant Killing for the main team. So alike! The players all have some kind of background or something that has happened to them. I like it recommended for those who like some bit of old art and sports anime