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While the manga “Food Wars” (or “Shokugeki no Soma”) has amassed a large Western following over the past few years, few probably ..read more
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After years of watching Japanese comedy shows, it’s become clear to me that a lot of Japanese comedy is quite mean spirited. I don’ ..read more
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Hello there, Yuu here. I've always loved Your Lie in April, also known as Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso, so very much, so I jumped eagerly at ..read more
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Hello everybody!  Let's talk about episodes 7 and 8 of To The Abandoned Sacred Beasts.  In these two episodes, we are without our main ..read more
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Hey all you lovely people, your friendly neighborhood Micah here! So, I got to thinking about my favorite anime movies and I have decided ..read more
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Top 5 Anime Like The Promised Neverland  The Promised Neverland, featuring the story of 3 orphans trying to solve the mystery of the  ..read more
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Walkure Romanze, is an ecchi harem anime. Compared to the other animes in the same genre, this one has low-key romance. Even though the ..read more
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Yo!Sirius here!I'm back again to share another anime review. This time, I will be sharing to you guys a review of mine that got quite a lot ..read more
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There it is, a body on display, delicate fabric hugging its frame as if a part of its existence from the very beginning. Porcelain skin ..read more
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