Monthly Archives: April 2012

Quick First Impressions: Eureka Seven AO

Here we are, probably my most anticipated show this season (tied with Hyouka for first if we’re being technical). I wouldn’t label myself as a rabid fan of Eureka Seven, but it did more good than bad in my opinion. It also … Continue reading

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Quick First Impressions: Sakamichi no Apollon

I’m going to like this one, I can tell. The music is great, the characters are interesting, and the art is gorgeous. I also love the fact that its set in the 1960’s, which I hope puts a different spin … Continue reading

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Quick First Impressions: Tsuritama and Jormungand

Where do I start with this one. . . Hmm, well first off, it’s visually gorgeous. The colors are vibrant, the music is captivating, and the characters are interesting, so what could possibly go wrong? That annoying blond kid with … Continue reading

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Quick First Impressions: Accel World

So, where do I begin? Well, first off, Accel World was one of my most anticipated shows for the spring season, thanks to a rather spiffy preview, but after viewing, my interest in it has dwindled a little. Here’s why: … Continue reading

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Anime Boston 2012

So, over this past weekend I attended my very first anime convention. Yup, that’s right, out of the some odd six or seven years I’ve loved and enjoyed anime, I have never been to an anime convention, but all that … Continue reading

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Quick First Impressions: Zetman

There’s always one way I can tell if I’m really going to enjoy a show, and that is when I start talking to the screen. Well, it’s either that or I’m watching a really bad horror movie. Zetman, though, is … Continue reading

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