Garo can be a story about good versus evil. There’s nothing unique nor totally new about it, but that’s where the anime keeps it tight. The anime takes us into a fantastical but dreadful world of plagues and demons and the protectors who deal with them. There are lots of words to explain Garo. To
Hyperdimension Neptunia is one of the weird sci-fi anime series that I’ve ever watched. This anime is based on the game, while I never played the game, so this review will only focus on the anime series instead, according to my personal viewpoint. Maybe we can ask NihonRush-san from AnimeBibly‘s gaming division to review the
K anime is about fight, supernatural power, friendship, and betrayal. It has a really good story and concept, but it’s kinda slow pace. The battle animation is also not as bad-ass as the action anime I expected. Yes, it contains dazzling and beautiful artwork, but the execution of the story is not as good as
Phantasy Star Online 2 The Animation is not a sequel nor contains real story line of the game. It just like you, a gamer who play your favorite game. But then, it suddenly contains sci-fi touch or something, that makes this show is good and bad at the same time. It’s hard to tell whether
Wanna Be the Strongest in the World is one other inspiring sports anime, but skillfully disguised as a standard trashy ecchi genre about girls getting close and personal. Honestly, this anime can be a story about breasts. Sentient breasts and butts attached for fan-service. Two pairs of wonderful oppai bounce around in a wrestling ring.
Ben-To anime knows its position as a parody genre. A lot of shows suffer from being blatant copies of each other and turn bland by the time the third or even second episode released. However, every single episode of Ben-To is really served with refreshments. This Ben-To review will only include: What is Ben-To Anime?
Video games adaptation has always been a recurring phenomena in today’s anime industry. Year after year, new anime series makes it to the market based on its original material in game. You can find several successes but also failures when it comes to achieving satisfactory outcomes of adaptation, including this BlazBlue: Alter Memory anime series. The
Luck & Logic is an anime TV series to promote a card game created by Bushiroad. Not that you would probably know that considering this anime isn’t the way to promote anything since it’s not really interesting whatsoever. The concept and story is really simple in itself. New Foreigner shows up, team appears and beats
Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar is simple average, based on the general perspective. Though it has several decent entertainment, it fails to fully grasp the potential of its characters or concept through the equivalent of 26 normal-length episodes, so whether it would be worth your time or not, it can be tricky to say. After