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Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood review

Full Metal Alchemist is the work of mangaka Arakawa Hiromu, and is undoubtedly her most famous work. While an anime series under the name of Full Metal Alchemist did air in 2003-2004, the actual manga itself had not finished at that point and, as a result, the ending differs significantly from the actual manga’s ending. 1,130 more words

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Anime Sunday: Yūki Yūna wa Yūsha de Aru

This week for Anime Sunday I’m covering one of my favorite series of the entire year and easily one that I didn’t think I would like at all as the genre tends not to be aimed at my demographic. 329 more words

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Argevollen (2014): Final Thoughts

Well, that was a finale of sorts I guess. Argevollen is clearly shooting for a second season that I’m not sure it’s going to get. 247 more words

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Anime Review: Cossette no Shouzou

Cossette no Shouzou – alternatively named Le Portrait de Petit Cossette, is an ominous journey of twisted romance, permeated with elements of sacrifice, tragedy, and concupiscence – components which are prominent almost immediately upon the show’s introduction. 798 more words

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Shirobako Episode 6 is back on CrunchyRoll

As of the last day or so Shirobako episode 6 Idepon Miyamori: On the Move is back on CrunchyRoll. I assume that this means that the… 310 more words

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Silver Spoon Review

If you’d have asked me what sort of series Hiromu Arakawa would make after her shonen epic Full Metal Alchemist I think I’d be forgiven for not thinking immediately of ‘farming manga’. 724 more words

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