Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works

Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works

DVD Release Review

The Holy Grail War. Through the power of the Holy Grail seven Masters summon seven Heroic Spirits to wage war on one another. Each master fighting so that at the end of the blood bath they will be the one holding the all powerful wish granting cup, known only as the Holy Grail.

10 years after the events of the previous Holy Grail War the Grail has returned, the fight for it resumed. Emiya Shirou, a victim of the catastrophe caused by the last great war, now finds himself dragged into a war he knows nothing about. With his servant, Saber, and the help of his classmate Rin Tohsaka, Emiya decides to fight. Not only to live, but to prevent another tragedy the likes of what was caused by the previous war. Continue reading “Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works”

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Beyond the Boundary

 

The world where Akihito Kanbara lives is a dark and isolated one. A world filled with beyond-the-boundary-anime-review-right-hand-of-anime-review-gif-akihto-youmu-1humans, supernatural creatures called Youmu, and the Spirit World Warriors who hunt and kill the Youmu. However, for Akihito the lines drawn between these groups are not so cut and dry. Born from a human mother and a Youmu, Akihito is an immortal Half-Youmu.

 

The world where Mirai Kuriyama lives is a dark and isolated one. A world filled with beyond-the-boundary-anime-review-right-hand-of-anime-review-gif-1humans, supernatural creatures called Youmu, and the Spirit World Warriors who hunt and kill the Youmu. However, for Mirai Kuriyama life can not be so easily described. Born into a cursed Spirit Warrior bloodline Mirai Kuriyama is the last remaining member of her clan. Feared for their power to manipulate their own blood the Kuriyama clan was wiped out by the Society of Spirit World Warriors.

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The Johto Journeys – DVD Review

 

 johto-journeys-pokemon-review-right-hand-of-anime  Some one send Viz a freakin gift basket! At long last they bring us The Johto Journeys DVD release! Not only did they bring us Johto Journeys, but they didn’t nickel and dime us! No sir, we got the complete season!

   After Ash returns to Pallet Town as the Orange League Champion he learns Gary is traveling to Johto to compete in the Johto League. Eager to face new trainers, discover new Pokemon, and to become a the Johto League Champion–Ash, Misty, and Brock head west towards johto! Continue reading “The Johto Journeys – DVD Review”

Fall 2015 Midway Season Review

What I am watching Halfway Review

One Punch Man

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The hype surrounding this show was the real deal! Thankfully Madhouse delivered! One Punch man revolves around Saitama who is just a hero for fun. Saitama, with his friend Genos, fight monsters that show up in City Z, and thanks to the “extreme” training regimen that drove him bald Saitama is absurdly powerful. Now when I say absurdly powerful I mean it. Everyone he fights he kills in one punch– causing him to grow bored.

Coming into this I was wondering how a show that has an MC that beats everyone in a single punch could produce awesome fight scenes. When the first villain, Vaccine Man, was beaten within the first minute of his introduction I thought, “So this is really how this is going to be huh?” Continue reading “Fall 2015 Midway Season Review”

Hunter x Hunter 2011 gets licensed

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“Viz Media announced at its industry panel at New York Comic Con on Friday that it has licensed the 2011 Hunter × Hunter anime. The company plans to release the series on Blu-ray and DVD, and will dub the series into English.”

Hunter x Hunter has long been one of my favorites, and given its popularity I have been baffled as to why it wasn’t licensed in USA. I’m Really happy that it’s Viz who got it too! I can’t wait till the english dub cast is revealed!

Source: Anime News Network

Kill la Kill DVD Review

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Tony Hand

After coming home from boarding school, Ryuko Matoi, found her father stabbed through the stomach with half a giant pair of scissors. Seeing someone running away with the other half of the scissors Ryuko ignored her father’s pleas and chased after them. By the time Ryuko Returned after failing to catch them her father was dead. Knowing if she found the other half of the giant scissor blade she would find her dads kill she began trying to track them down. Continue reading “Kill la Kill DVD Review”