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Ao Haru Ride: Episode 05-07 Review

Ao Haru Ride: Episode 05-07 Review

I found about the first half of episode 05 to be a bit boring. It involved a lot of exposition and awkward small-talk, but that was sort of just the nature of the orienteering event. The episode definitely picked up, though. I really enjoyed Aya's optimistic view of the whole event as a "happy memory."

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Glasslip: Episode 05-07 Review

Glasslip: Episode 05-07 Review

Although he was likely already aware, Yanagi finally explicity confesses her love to Yukinari in episode 05. It seems that she has already accepted that her love will not be returned since Yukinari confessed to Touko, and although Touko rejected him, Yukinari is still hung up over her.

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Glasslip: Episode 02-04 Review

Glasslip: Episode 02-04 Review

As I mentioned in the last review, the characters are very well-defined. I already feel attached to most of them, and even without the plot twist, their everyday "adventures" are interesting enough to keep me engaged.

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Ressha Sentai ToQger: Episode 14-16 Review

Ressha Sentai ToQger: Episode 14-16 Review

Aaaannd ToQger is still stuck in the figurative station with no real story development. I was really hoping for things to pick up and actually happen by now, but no such luck. The only bright side is that I am still entertained nonetheless, but even that entertainment is starting to dwindle.

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Captain Earth: Episode 14-16 Review

Captain Earth: Episode 14-16 Review

Love is in the air, and there certainly is plenty to go around in this next installment of Captain Earth. The scenes have only become more poetic and stimulating in this tale of interstellar love and war recently, and I still feel surprised at how well this anime has held my interest thus far for a genre I rarely tread into.

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The World is Still Beautiful: Final Review

The World is Still Beautiful: Final Review

Romance and Fantasy are tricky genres to craft a story into. It takes a lot of finesse to overcome tropes and bring a well-balanced story to the table. I believe Kamegaki is on the right track with The World is Still Beautiful. The characters are engaging and interesting, especially Princess Nike and King Livius.

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La Corda d’Oro: Blue Sky: Final Review

La Corda d’Oro: Blue Sky: Final Review

La Corda d'Oro: Blue Sky follows the Seisou Academy ensemble's participation in Japan's national ensemble competition. After receiving a mysterious letter at one of her violin performances that reads, "Is this where you meet your limit?" Kanade and her friend Kyoya are pulled into joining Seisou Academy and its ensemble by their childhood friend Ritsu. They, of course, encounter many fierce competitors on their journey—many of whom they befriend—but one in particular, Myoga Reigi, possesses a passionate hatred for Kanade. This merely adds to her troubles, for she and Ritsu are struggling to make their own sounds blossom. They cannot help but think that they should have been more prepared than this before the competition.

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MechaCon X – Lolita Fashion Show

MechaCon X – Lolita Fashion Show

Photo Gallery from MechaCon X’s Lolita Fashion Show in New Orleans, Louisiana

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MechaCon X – Cosplay Contest Skits and Award Ceremony

MechaCon X – Cosplay Contest Skits and Award Ceremony

Photo Gallery from MechaCon X’s Cosplay Contest Skits and Award Ceremony in New Orleans, Louisiana

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Jason Faunt Exclusive Interview, Power Morphicon 2014

Jason Faunt Exclusive Interview, Power Morphicon 2014

Psycho Red was able to catch up with Jason Faunt, the Red Time Force Power Ranger at Power Morphicon 2014 for an exclusive interview.

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