Posts Tagged: review

Sailor Moon Crystal Trailer: Dissecting our Otaku Youth.. and the Trailer

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Praise be to the moon god. IT’S FINALLY HERE! Today, fans of Sailor Moon got their first look at the new anime, “Sailor Moon Crystal,” the reboot of the entire franchise, which begins airing July 5th. Of course, when a cherished, nostalgic, and altogether life-changing anime gets redone, there’s gonna be a couple of squeaky… Read more »

Conception II- Turns out making babies is just kinda…alright.

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Conception II Let me preface this review by saying I’ve always felt that if you’re looking to be offended by something, you more than likely will succeed in doing so. This relates to the Sony Vita game/Nintendo 3DS (I played Vita), Conception II, in that I’ve read many reviews decrying the “smutty dating sim” portions… Read more »

Why Free! Is Pretty Much The Best Anime This Summer**

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Okay so the title is a bit of a hyperbole. But hear me out. I enjoy anime. And I enjoy pretty boys. You would think that stories that capitalized on the fact that I am not the only one who enjoys both of these things would be more abundant, but alas. Then this summer, something… Read more »

SpartaCast: The Series Finale

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Last week, we said goodbye to the amazing show Spartacus. My friends and I got together every week to see the new episodes, and I couldn’t have gotten through this final epic season if it hadn’t been for our support group. In honor of the series finale, we recorded this special podcast! We discussed how… Read more »

Check This Out: ‘The Lizzie Bennet Diaries’

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Like many women I adore Pride and Prejudice and have been head over heels in love with Mr. Darcy since I was a little girl. My VHS box set of the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice is practically worn out and every time I see Colin Firth in anything I sigh like a lovesick schoolgirl. There are… Read more »