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Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 25, 2010

7.50 (good) Very cute, both anime and manga are interesting, though I better liked the anime's art and the manga's plot... :-)
The settings and structure of the world where the characters live are quite original, and the characters themselves are good, and, indeed, very good-looking!! ;-b
Hoping to see a second season for this anime (the first one, filled with quite nice fillers, had an open ending), and looking forward to see the next manga developements!! X)


Seen: partially

Last Updated: May 13, 2010

8.00 (good) Well, from the anime so far I've seen only the Zampakutou filler and the film "Memories of nobody", but actually I read almost all of the manga, being me behind one or two volumes from the japanese release... The anime seemed nice, and the manga too, but with some, important imperfections: the characters, though initially interesting and with a great character desing, are usually poor in psycological development, being at most simple cannon fodder for the protagonist's sword in one of the thousands, endless battles, and the plot, with the exception of the Soul Society arc, is almost always predictable. It's a good, usually very stilish manga, very pleasant to watch and to read, a bit over the averaged shounen manga, but I'm still hoping to see a great, foolish twist in the plot, because there are still a lot of possibilities. :-)

Dogs: Bullets and Carnage

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 22, 2010

6.50 (above average) Well... Being a great fan of the manga, I had hig expectations for this anime, but... They were mostly disappointed!! Where were all the frenesy, all the crazy dinamysm and all the so stylish framing that made the manga so great? Oddly, movement and dinamysm were a lot more perceptible in the manga and NOT in the OVAs, while the plot development continued faithfully but plainly... If they'll ever make a Tv series, I hope it will follow better the manga's spirit: there is a lot of potential in Dogs, and it has to be brought to the surface.

Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 30, 2010

8.00 (good) A very hilarious anime! I didn't really like the filler episodes, but the ones following the manga counterpart were very good... And, last but not least, Neuro's character is simply a sheer madness! Like it! ;-)


Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 30, 2010

9.50 (excellent) Very strange yet very interesting anime... The graphic style is unique, a sort of mix between the higly decorative paintings by Klimt and the colourful and elegant traditional japanese printings. The story follows some of the ancient horror/supernatural japanese tales, crossed by the misterious figure of the Kusuri-Uri (the Medicine Seller, he's the main character, but he never reveals its true name, if he has one), who, fighting against Mononoke (a sort of spirit or goblins in the japanese folklore), brings you from an arc to another. The beautiful visual part is stressed by powerful musical pieces probably connected to the traditional Kabuki (hope this is correct...) theatre, as well as careful alternation of words and silence, one of the best features of the anime. It's to underline too the great work performed by the Kusuri-Uri's seiyuu, Takahiro Sakurai (who voiced, among the others, Suzaku Kururugi from Code Geass, Yu Kanda from D.Grayman and Cloud Strife in the japanese Final Fantasy VII games/film), whose voice mostly determines all of the main characters's misterious magnetism. Well, what can I say...? Go and watch it, quickly!!! ;-b

Mouryou no Hako

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 17, 2010

9.50 (excellent) Beautiful story and beautiful characters... I expecially liked the fact you need to see the last episode of the series (13th) in order to understand the whole of it, something which is rare to find in most anime series! CLAMP also did a great work with character desing, creating simple but fitting appearence for each character, without exaggerate or caricaturize their looks... One of the best mistery/philosophical story ever!

Princess Mononoke

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 22, 2010

10.00 (excellent) Powerful. And, at the same time, so gentle it makes you wanna cry. That's nature. That's life. That's Miyazaki.

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