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Free! Eternal Summer: Episode 02-04 Review

Free! Eternal Summer: Episode 02-04 Review

With summer nationals still many months away, there's plenty of time for character growth; most of it goes to Rin, but everyone else gets much more development than they had in the previous season, as well.

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Anime Declassified Podcast Mission 02 – Marvel and Attack on Titan Crossover?!

Anime Declassified Podcast Mission 02 – Marvel and Attack on Titan Crossover?!

Rizwan, Kara and Anthony discuss the Marvel - Attack on Titan crossover Manga announcement.

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Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works: Episode 01 Review

Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works: Episode 01 Review

From something that started as an H-game with questionable writing, the Fate franchise has grown incredibly. This adaptation will be the third anime adaptation of Fate/Stay Night, and all in less than ten years. However, as many fans will argue, it's a necessary one.

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Free! Eternal Summer: Episode 01 Review

Free! Eternal Summer: Episode 01 Review

No one was surprised that Free! got a second season, but I was sure surprised to see a season called "Eternal Summer" start in the middle of winter. It makes some sense—no one on the Iwatobi team was a third-year (and thus in danger of graduating), but their rivals at Samezuka had to say farewell to their captain and introduce a new one.

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Sailor Moon Crystal: Episode 01 Review

Sailor Moon Crystal: Episode 01 Review

It's here, it's here, it's finally here! The Sailor Moon reboot we've all been waiting for. It seemed almost impossible that a franchise as big and as popular as Sailor Moon had gone so long without any sort of extra story or remake (as fantastic as the stage shows and live action series are, they're just not quite the same), but after 23 long years, the anime is finally getting a modern treatment!

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Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun Episodes 5-7 Review

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun Episodes 5-7 Review

As much as I hate to say it, with so many lovable and colorful characters, even a series as meta as Nozaki-kun can start to feel predictable in its gags after a while. After all, those who are genre-savvy enough - or, at least, familiar enough with the series - can guess what it is they can expect once the premise has been introduced.

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Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun Episodes 02-04 Review

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun Episodes 02-04 Review

While a series that leans against the fourth wall and pokes fun at a specific manga genre isn't exactly anything special to write home about (though I seriously beg to differ in the case of Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun), when it comes to its cast, this show has the 'colorful and interesting cast' part in spades. Episodes 2 through 4 are pretty much dedicated to introducing new cast members, each one just as interesting and unique as the next.

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Captain Earth: Final Review

Captain Earth: Final Review

Daichi Minatsu, following in the footsteps of his departed astronaut father, willfully takes on the duty to pilot the Earth Engine and join the fight to repel an interstellar invasion by the immortal Kiltgang, an alien race subsisting on human life-force to maintain eternal life....

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Captain Earth: Episode 20-22 Review

Captain Earth: Episode 20-22 Review

The final confrontation is at hand for Captain Earth. There were a few surprises here and there to be had, but the series is still wrapping things up for the most part, and there were some resolutions that seemed to be surprisingly rushed that could have been spread out more evenly across episodes.

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Persona 4 The Golden Animation: Final Review

Persona 4 The Golden Animation: Final Review

Transfer student Yu Narukami arrives in the quiet rural town of Inaba, where rumors abound of a mysterious “Midnight Channel” that appears during rainy nights. Together with several new classmate friends,

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