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Agent of the Shinigami

  • Episode 1 – 20
  • Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
  • Category: Anime, Bleach

Plot:

This is the very first arc of the anime Bleach. Here we meet Ichigo Kurosaki, a 15 year old high-schooler who can see and communicate with ghosts. 368 more words

Anime

"It's spelled s-t-u-p-i-d."

“You know, I have to wonder what she sees in you. I mean, lookit you. You’re a shady string-bean with too much ‘tude.”

“I like to think I have just enough ‘ 142 more words

Saphirium

Weekly Shonen (01/28/16)

One Piece 

Chapter 814

Let’s go see Master Nekomamushi

Luffy is unsurprisingly shocked. Brooke and the others explains the situation with Sanji. They wonder about his family and what their involvement is. 400 more words

Anime And Manga

The Hollowed Reaper - Ichigo Kurosaki

Ichigo has been a key individual within the Bleach world, able to use all different powers from being a human who can see ghosts, gaining Shinigami abilities, transforming and developing his own Hollow mask, finalising this into the Getsuga Tenshou, then to dive into a Fullbring power then getting this Shinigami abilities on top, while also developing his newly acquired Quincy abilities. 127 more words

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Weekly Shonen (1/21/16)

One Piece

Chapter 813

The Tea Party Invitation

Chopper and Nami are stunned at the news of Sanji’s impending nuptials. Sanji wonders why he is being asked to marry now. 395 more words

Anime And Manga

A Bored Shinigami the 'Grim Reaper'

Ryuk  is a fictional character in the manga series Death Note, created by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. He is a bored Shinigami that drops a Death Note, a notebook that allows you to kill anyone simply by knowing their name and face, into the human world in order to have fun. 428 more words

Death Note

Review of Death Note - A Story of Ups & Downs

**Spoilers ahead**

Introduction

Death Note is a very unique anime. It is not every day that you find an anime, or any television show for that matter, that keeps you on your toes for multiple episodes. 1,127 more words

Death Note