Name | Rating

Anime Rating Comment

Aldnoah Zero

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2015

8.75 (very good)

AMNESIA

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2015

6.50 (above average) Now this anime tried really hard in some aspects which fell utterly flat. The anime had a short time to get me to get in the corner of its male protagonists due to the nature of the anime and it wasn't until Ikki and Kent that I actually felt for them and enjoyed their miniature character development. I would say just from a standpoint of convincing me that these characters could be in love with the main female protagonist would be with them, especially Ikki once you get further into story-line. I really enjoyed his and Kent's--they were both beautiful. Shin's however annoyed me greatly. I do not know why it did but I just did not like him nor was I a huge fan of Toma only because Toma's raised some really, really problematic issues that should not have been passed off as they were. They were highly troubling and that he seemed to get a "get out of jail free" card really bothered me. It was terrifying. Even the main "villain" seemed a fluffy bunny in comparison.

This anime has charm and I do like it but I believe it needs a much better job of adding better hints at what is happening with "amnesia" and with its dream-like sequences. It does a decent job compared to some I have seen with similar ideas but it could have done a lot better in many regards. It had its moments though that really made me laugh or really made me cringe (when it was needed). For what this anime genre is I'd say it is average, or decent, but it really made me laugh how only the male leads seemed to have really fantastical wardrobe choices minus Ikki's fanclub leader. It was really weird how everyone else in the world wore extremely normal clothes. Apparently no one else in this world can wear checkers, playing card themes, or bright colors. (I know the reason behind this but still...it was strangely noticeable in this anime.)

Baccano!

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Apr 19, 2011

10.00 (excellent)

Basilisk

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Aug 30, 2012

9.75 (excellent) A very intriguing story, which kept me interested and hooked the entire time. To top this, the music added a new element all its own. While I did not like the opening and ending songs, I believe the musical compositions throughout the series proved fruitful and a breath that I held throughout the entire series.

Big O

Seen: partially; Own: partially;

Last Updated: Aug 29, 2012

9.25 (very good)

Black Blood Brothers

Seen: completely

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

7.50 (good)

Bleach

Seen: partially; Own: partially;

Last Updated: Mar 03, 2011

8.00 (good) This anime and manga lost my interest as it went along. They have dragged out the anime too long, and the manga isn't even complete (will it ever be?). There is such a thing, as too much of a good thing.

Death Note

Seen: completely; Own: partially;

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

9.00 (very good)

Dogs: Bullets and Carnage

Seen: completely

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

9.00 (very good) The OVA's were on par with the manga, well done! <3

DURARARA!!

Seen: partially

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

5.50 (average) This anime I believe is a little (a lot) too hyped up for what it is. I like it, don't get me wrong, and it is better than some animes (some) but it just lacks the depth, personality, and connection of characters that other animes provide. It can be confusing BEYOND belief and it jumps from so many perspectives I can't figure out what is up and what is down (it's like a bad Alice in Wonderland remix...) It has its very good points, and can be very funny, but overall, not much to see.

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

Seen: completely; Own: completely;

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

10.00 (excellent)

Fruits Basket

Seen: completely; Own: completely;

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2015

6.00 (average) Cute show (stopped reading the manga though.) Even my brother adores this anime. <33

Fullmetal Alchemist

Seen: completely; Own: partially;

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

8.00 (good)

Gantz

Seen: partially; Own: partially;

Last Updated: Apr 19, 2011

4.50 (moderate)

Hakuouki Shinsengumi Kitan

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Aug 29, 2012

10.00 (excellent) Unfortunately, I have never played the game due to my *lack* of being able to read and/or understand Japanese. However, when the anime came out: I was happy to get a taste of what this game was like and I fell in love. Eventually, I plan on buying the art books because the artwork in this series is by far some of the most gorgeous artwork I have seen. Unlike, apparently a lot of people: I have no qualms with Chizuru. In-fact, I love her character *oh geez*. I do not see why everyone thinks a great woman character means they have to automatically equal physically strong and have a certain prowess. I tend to find that woman who posses strong character traits are woman I love more than any woman who can prove to be physically strong. It is easy to be strong of body: but is much more courageous and a testament to one's inner self to be strong of mind and spirit. Take time to appreciate the woman in animes/manga/games who do not always show their strength on the battlefield.

Hellsing

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Aug 28, 2012

9.00 (very good) I rate this mainly for Hellsing Ultimate. The original Hellsing saga was rather poorly done, however, when Hellsing Ultimate came out: Hellsing became more than just a different take on Dracula (oops I mean Alucard). Hellsing Ultimate is definitely something I'd keep younger, or less experienced anime watchers from, well, watching as it has some mature themes, and tends to be on the bloody side (I do not think a sarcastic undertone is needed for the point to be expressed; however, I tend to do so anyways). Also, if you are a fan of the manga (which I have yet to pick up) I hear it feeds your soul too: as in it actually is in step with the manga more so than the original Hellsing series. The music in this anime is gorgeous, and the animation while sometimes haphazard, is well put together and does enhance the Hellsing experience. A must watch for anime & vampire fans of the like (or even people who are not: as I am in no way a Vampire fan, but love this series to death).

House of Five Leaves

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Aug 24, 2012

10.00 (excellent) House of Five Leaves is in my top five animes, if not the first (Mononoke being second). The art-style is wonderful, and has such charm and character to match an equally charming and character-based plot-line. It has the depth I love, with characters that aren't shallow, and one-sided. They have traits that make you question your own values, and strengthen others. It has, in some ways, the charm of Robin Hood without the "Merry Men." I recommend this anime for older audiences, not because of language or violence (or even, for once, sexual content) but because it has mature themes, and thoughtful based questions that might bore a younger teenager, or go over their heads to the point of non-enjoyment.

Katekyo Hitman Reborn!

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2015

7.00 (above average) I went back and re-watched some of this anime and by actually pushing through some of its hammyness I came to find I actually do enjoy this anime. It has its charms and I do like mafia animes much more since Baccano!. I would actually say that this anime does not truly become brilliant until season two begins to air. It really gets much better and starts including much more interesting plots and themes. Its comedy is a bit slap-stick at times that it can just border stupid but overall I had a great time beginning this anime again. This anime is first and foremost a comedy so if you want really great plot and intrigue from the beginning you will have to skip on this anime.

Kuroshitsuji

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2015

6.00 (average) I LOVE Kuroshitsuji as a manga but the anime failed to capture the Kuro characters completely (or at all). It just...failed. The added characters were unnecessary and disturbing. As I watched the anime unfold, it was like watching a bad horror movie where you know the plot all too well and you know how messed up and a big let down it'll be in the end (because you've seen other directors do the same plot ten times better). The voices though, I found to be SPOT ON. The colors were lovely and seeing the Kuroshitsuji cast in full color was worth its mishaps. But seriously...go read the manga. Much better!

Le Portrait de Petit Cossette

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Aug 28, 2012

8.50 (very good) I've only seen the first episode but it was AMAZING. So I'm giving it an 8.5 until I have gotten farther to actually really rate it. (:

Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Aug 24, 2012

9.00 (very good)

Mobile Suit Gundam 00

Seen: partially

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

4.00 (below average) Another anime that had a lot of hype (or at least in my part of the world it seems) but was sorely disappointing to me. It was okay (from what a saw which was a bit) but I just couldn't finish watching it. It was just...so so. :/

Mononoke

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Aug 24, 2012

10.00 (excellent) Unique in every way, and intriguing beyond belief. This anime, along with House of Five Leaves have become my all-time favorites-and I recommend them to anyone willing to try quirky on for size. As this anime is, without a doubt, quirky, but interesting on many levels: mainly psychologically. I'd say this anime is not for everyone simply because of how strange it can be, but truly a masterpiece both animation wise, as well as character/plot wise.

Naruto

Seen: partially

Last Updated: May 09, 2010

5.50 (average) Like Bleach it just has too many season and episodes. :/ I think it's not quite as bad as Bleach since it HAS ended (or the regular season anyway). So kudo's to Naruto. (:

Peacemaker Kurogane

Seen: completely; Own: partially;

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

8.25 (good)

PSYCHO-PASS

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2015

10.00 (excellent)

Red Garden

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Aug 29, 2012

5.00 (moderate)

Rurouni Kenshin

Seen: partially; Own: partially;

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

9.00 (very good)

Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas

Seen: partially

Last Updated: May 10, 2010

6.75 (above average) I haven't seen the original so I can't pretend I know what I'm missing, or if this trumps it predecessor. But I can say one thing: It is highly entertaining. I love the animation of it, and even the dull colors seem to throb with beauty but I've seen wayyy to many Zodiac animes go down the tube (and thought some were hysterically stupid). But for some reason Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas holds it own. The characters are well rooted and not too flimsy. Doing a Zodiac anime is hard due to the fact you have to make/write about TONS of characters but yet make each one his own, and interesting and not just background noise. I'm giving it a 6 personally because it's not at the top of my 'favorite animes' or ones I'd want to watch again...but it has captured my attention!

Samurai Champloo

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Aug 24, 2012

9.50 (excellent) I have, finally, finished this anime just a few days ago. I had beforehand watched most of its episodes but then got lost watching other things to finish this series completely. For a warning to younger audiences: this series means what it says when it says it is read 17+. Violence wise, I doubt it'd trouble too many audiences today past the age of 14/15 (seeing as they're watching more mature stuff sooner than later) but it has its points. However my main warning is not with violence, but rather language and sexual content. Most sexual content is done with off-screen, but it at times flashes artwork depicting sexual acts you would rather avoid (even for all its joking manner regarding it) and despite most of the "sex" being off-screen-Mugen and others talk about it enough that it doesn't really matter. Also it has many mature elements (regarding mainly sexual things in nature) that should be avoided by young audiences, even if the audience of 14/15 think they can handle it-I'd say avoid it. However, content wise: this story is fantastic, and has beautifully done action scenes not over the top, and not boring in the least. Even the "filler" episode has its charm with Jin and Mugen, and while it confuses me to no end how some characters almost foretell coming "back" into the series only to not show up, or how some "major" characters are not all that major, this anime has great character, charm, and while the sexual content did put me off to some degree: it's a gem worth keeping in your treasure chest.

Samurai Deeper Kyo

Seen: partially; Own: completely;

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

4.00 (below average) I bought this box set of the entire first season (I believe the only season that came out), and found it to be really not the best thing ever (definitely not my best buy ever). Haha, I liked some parts of it...but overall...eh one of the worst samurai animes I've ever seen. I was really disappointed too! :(

Sengoku Basara

Seen: completely; Own: partially;

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

9.00 (very good) A lot of people didn't really like the game because of its wild and cray (all most insane) plot (or lack there of) but I loved it! For once it was a game that wasn't all about 'do this...and that, but if you do that you lose.' It was all about your strength, your strategy, and your guts. And they brought that to the anime. It had passion, was hilarious, and I felt the brotherhood in arms. It was all there! Sengoku Basara was a big hit to me. It could do no wrong...and if nothing else you gotta love our Engrish speaking Masamune. ;D

Special A

Seen: completely

Last Updated: May 09, 2010

6.75 (above average) It was cute but the ending was kind of boring and predictable. :/

Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning

Seen: completely; Own: partially;

Last Updated: Aug 29, 2012

8.00 (good)

Spirited Away

Seen: completely

Last Updated: May 09, 2010

10.00 (excellent) Amazing movie! One of my favorites. ;A;

Tengen Toppa Gurren-Lagann

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Aug 28, 2012

9.25 (very good)

Trinity Blood

Seen: completely; Own: partially;

Last Updated: Aug 30, 2012

9.75 (excellent) Better than most vampire animes I've watched (lol I've seen some just horrid ones). The animation is wonderful and the art is beautiful. The reds (especially) thrive with beauty and a mind of its own, but in some places it falls short for me mainly in the abrupt endings, and lack of some explanation of things; however, the positives outweigh the negatives.

Twelve Kingdoms

Seen: completely; Own: completely;

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

8.50 (very good)

Tytania

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2015

10.00 (excellent)

Uta no Prince-sama

Seen: completely

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2015

7.75 (good) The first season seems to have rough start but the second season does a much better job of adding character depth, interest, and more reasons for me to like them as a whole. I recommend this anime if you know exactly what to expect in this anime and ask for no more than it truly can give. I watched this series while I was bored and it made me genuinely laugh at times (Syo is the most adorable guy ever; so is Natsuki) and at times it truly did pull at my heartstrings. I think this anime does well for the genre that it is within but the first season, at least for some characters, has a rough beginning but it gets better as it goes along.

Vampire Knight

Seen: partially

Last Updated: Apr 19, 2011

3.25 (poor) When the story first began it was intriguing, and it kept me to volume 5 in the manga. However, the anime did no justice to what the manga did say, which was bad enough as it was. As the story progressed it became more and more befuddled and tedious. All too predictable. Boring to be kind, and utterly haphazard to be fairly accurate. Love triangles are hard to make interesting, and realistic, and Vampire Knight did everything wrong with one. The characters that did have great potential were either cast aside, became background noise, or were totally lost to the new plot/arc. I feel not pity for Zero, and Yuki's lack of learning anything, and constant titter-tottering just annoys me more than anything. Do yourself a favor, and keep away from this series: unless of course, a lack of a good plot, deep characters, and beautiful intrigue are lost to you.

Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's

Seen: partially

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

4.00 (below average) Yeah...no. There can be a thing as too much Yu-gi-oh!. And this was the ice breaker for me. Yu-gi-oh! in itself had so many seasons that it could fill you. GX was iffy as it went along and I disliked this one from the beginning. Sorry 5D fans. >___>

Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters

Seen: completely

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

8.50 (very good) Sometimes it got a little redundant and unnecessary but overall it stuck to its roots. (:

Yu-Gi-Oh GX

Seen: partially

Last Updated: May 08, 2010

6.00 (average) The beginning season was good, and from there it went down hill. I think it would have been more interesting (in my view) if they had stuck with the plot for season one or gone in a different direction other than what they did. :/

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