Not even a week, and I'm actually back with another review. I'd better be careful, I might start to look like a regular poster again. Anyway folks, time to grab your Valkryries and strap in, because we're about to take this one at Macross speed. This time it's a look at the 25th Anniversary series, Macross Frontier, celebrating 25 years of launching enough missiles at one target to kill it thirty times over and still have leftovers that didn't get any of the pieces. So grab your bridge bunnies, and turn up your receiver so you don't miss any of Sheryl and Ranka's concert, folks, because this one's going to blow your mind. If you've still got any gray matter left, come
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I'm taking a look at possibly the worst case ever of mistaken identity this time, as I review Infinite Undiscovery. What's infinite about it? Well, for one thing it clocks in as one of my longest reviews. What's undiscovered? C'mon, you can see this one coming, go read the review!
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No, your eyes don't deceive you, I'm actually still alive. Nobody's taken a hit out on my life - not that I'm aware of, anyway. That said, I've got a good candidate for them if they really wanna try, because this week I'm taking a look at the Golgo 13 TV series. This guy's got more hits than the RIAA's ever dreamed of exploiting, and his favorite instrument is an M16. He'll be glad to play taps for anybody willing to pony up his price of 3 mil, but I doubt that his target audience will be too thrilled with the performance. Feel like taking out an ad for the bad puns?
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Well, taking a break from writing reports and doing stuff from the conventions, I've gone ahead and written up a review of the live action Speed Racer movie; and a movie I'd recommend all anime fans go see at least once on the big screen.
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Hope you're hungry for a fresh review, because that's what I've got, piping hot
and fresh outta the oven. It's good and tender, too, so dig into my review of
BioMeat: Nectar. Just be forwarned: Sometimes dinner is apt to bite you
back. Have a little indigestion? Come on over to the forums and
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School's finally let out for a couple week's worth of break, and I've finally got a new review to put out there... well, sorta. This quarter included Humanities as a course, and in order to keep myself from going completely insane, I thought that it'd be a good idea to write up a review on Romeo x Juliet for one of my papers. It's an interesting take on a classic story, and worth taking a look at folks. You can
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Well, sort of back from the dead of web coding. Perhaps undead would be more appropriate, though I really wish this anime kept to the promise of bringing me back to life. Rosario + Vampire TV is the review this time. It should have been the anime on how to care and feed for the molestable forces of darkness, but turned into the kick in the nuts of last season as you'll soon read about.
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Short, simple, and sweet today folks... Dragonaut - The Resonance review. Angst, Love, and really big lizards. Roar. Enjoy!
Hey, another review. This time it's a look at the Spice and Wolf anime series, one of the best (if not the best) series of the winter season. What happens when you take a shy, innocent little forest creature and take her out into the big world? I got no freaking clue, because Horo's not shy, and she's sure as hell not innocent. Grab some popcorn, sit back, and take a look at the review, will you? Already seen the series?
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