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First Impressions: Charlotte

It’s new anime time! Spring has finished and with the coming of the new season comes a lot of new shows.

Possibly the most highly anticipated of the summers shows is  281 more words

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Jun Maeda’s upcoming work that was meant to be his 2015 highlight has finally announced its official debuting date to be in July, Summer of 2015.  23 more words


Final Diagnosis: "Clannad" and the Romanticization of Parasitism

A disclaimer before we begin: the following is written without my having yet experienced the second season/sequel to the discussed show, entitled Clannad: After Story. Instead, this will be an examination of the original 23-episode run of Clannad on its own merits, and the inevitable After Story piece that will follow will serve as both an individual examination of that season and as an overall reflection of the franchise with the original show in mind. 2,548 more words

Final Diagnosis

Angel Beats! (Review #7)

Hi I’m Simon and this is a review of Angel Beats!. Originally a light novel by Jun Maeda, it was adapted into multiple manga, games, an OVA and a Television Series in 2010. 1,112 more words


Jun Maeda x yanaginagi「Owari no Hoshi no Love Song」


  1. 終わりの世界から
  2. ふたりだけのArk
  3. Killer Song
  4. Flower Garden
  5. 無敵のSoldier
  6. 凍る夢
  7. Executionerの恋
  8. とある海賊王の気まぐれ
  9. 雪の降らない星
  10. 火吹き山の魔法使い
  11. Last Smile
  12. Heroの条件
  13. この惑星のBirthday Song


Why Clannad's [After Story] final arc is one of the most clever narratives of emotional storytelling.

クラナド アフターストーリー
WARNING> Contain heavy spoilers.

From all kinds of authors and stories out in the wild, some of them are what we label as… 1,616 more words


Anime I Love – Angel Beats!

Angel Beats! was the first anime I cried to. No, scratch that. It was the first anime that left me utterly emotionally devastated after finishing the final episode. 357 more words