[REVIEW] Aria The Avvenire

Aria has been a long time favorite series of mine. Not only do I hold it as one of my favorite anime of all time, but it’s also one of my highly rated series of all time with each of… Continue Reading →

[Review] Fate/Stay Night Unlimited Blade Works (2014-2015)

It’s been quite a bit since Unlimited Blade Works finished airing, but I think it’s worth revisiting this anime. Once again, I’ll be doing a structured review mostly because there’s a lot to cover however, expect some sections to be… Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Shokugeki no Soma

Excuse me while I come in fashionably late to the party. Shokugeki no Soma is an anime I watched sparsely here and there with my cousin when it was ongoing. I never watched it from beginning to end—not because I… Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Boku dake ga Inai Machi (Erased)

Boku dake ga Inai Machi was the uncontested best of season from Winter 2016 and definitely the most popular among avid anime fans and casuals alike. But while everyone was going nuts over it saying that it wasn’t just the… Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Utawarerumono: Itsuwari no Kamen [SPOILERS]

Introduction: Before we get started, I just want to note that I’m going to try a different style of reviewing for this review. Instead of a more free flowing review like my previous review, I’m going for a more structured… Continue Reading →

[Review] Date a Live: Mayuri Judgment (Spoilers)

If you want to watch the movie without any spoilers, I’d suggest not reading my review since I talk about specific events that happen in the movie. There are spoilers in this review, so be warned if you want to… Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Bakemono no Ko

Before I jump right into this post, I just want to preface it with the fact that I’m a huge fan of Mamoru Hosoda’s works. For the unfamiliar, this brilliant man has directed and created widely popular films such as Summer… Continue Reading →

Hikarucon’s Best of 2015

2015 came and ended with more a whimper than a bang, but that doesn’t mean that there weren’t some blockbuster titles along with some other over looked gems. So just a warning, don’t take my “elitist” anime opinions too seriously…. Continue Reading →

Mareep’s Best of 2015

2015 marked yet another dot on the canvas for the history of anime. While I struggled to wade through the sea of mediocre shit excuses for forgettable storylines and characters, there were a handful of gems to be found that… Continue Reading →

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