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July 20, 2019
Dr. Stone Episode 3
Added July 20, 2019 11:36 AM
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July 20, 2019
Dr. Stone Episode 2
Added July 20, 2019 11:35 AM
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July 15, 2019
Katsute Kami Datta Kemono-tachi e Episode 3
Added July 15, 2019 10:03 PM
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ZhonLord added Lupin III: Part V to his/her favorite animes
6 days ago
Lupin III: Part V
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ZhonLord added Lupin III (2015) to his/her favorite animes
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Lupin III (2015)
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ZhonLord wrote a review to Lupin III (2015)
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(Veteran Lupin fans please skip to the next comment down) For those of you discovering Lupin for the first time, welcome to a long-running series about a master thief, his closest companions and their constant rival having escapades all around the world. Lupin the Third has gone through several iterations, each identified by a change in color of the main character’s coat, and this Blue Coat version is the latest version. If you have the drive to go watch everything then you’re in for a treat, but it’s not necessary to do so. Any season of the show can be jumped into with no context from previous ones, and you’ll be able to get the gist of the series very easily – a constant parade of heists, hijinks and a cast so thoroughly likeable (or love-to-hate-able) that you’ll be rooting for them the entire way. The core team consists of our titular master thief and master of disguise Lupin, a mysoginistic ace gunman named Jigen, a ronin named Goeman whose legendary sword can cut through any material, and a literal femme fatale who’s a sometimes-friend sometimes-rival named Fujiko. Their rival is Zenigata, aka Pops, the straight-shooting bloodhound of Interpol who’s always able to track Lupin down and is extraordinarily good at his job – except Lupin and crew are better so he rarely catches them and never holds them. Joining them in this season is a recurring character named Rebecca Rossolini, a wealthy thrill seeker who seeks to break her constant boredom with the world she lives in. Presentation is fantastic, great pacing and humor, and you’ll know from the very first episode whether you will like the franchise or not. Give it a try, you’re in for some of the best straight-up fun that a series about criminals is capable of.
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7 days ago
Two things you need to know before watching: 1, the second season of One Punch Man is EXTREMELY faithful to the manga. 2, this season was not produced by Studio Madhouse; it was instead made by J.C Staff, famous for a variety of animes including A Certain Magical Index, Revolutionary Girl Utena, and one of my all-time favorites, Shakugan no Shana. Unfortunately JC Staff has no experience with superhero stories; combine that with not being Madhouse, and the visuals and pacing are simply inferior to season 1. On top of that this is the part of the manga where ONE focused all his effort on developing the cast and world, almost completely sidelining Saitama so those pages could be spent on other characters. The combination of a studio that doesn’t do superhero stories, and a story arc that even Madhouse would have trouble making compelling, makes One Punch Man season 2 lackluster on all fronts – character, writing and execution. That said, it’s not all bad – in particular, Garo the Hero Hunter is an absolutely fantastic character and redeems every scene he takes part in. The information you get on a number of heroes and monsters builds a much more complete world than season 1 gave. King turns out to be a surprisingly intelligent #1 hero who quickly takes on an advisor role to Saitama after they meet. We also see more of Sonic which is always fun, and the monster lore builds up a much more fascinating picture than just “monsters exist”. The extra character development and worldbuilding is what you want to watch Season 2 for; in that regard it’s well worth checking out. Just go in knowing what to expect and you’ll be able to enjoy the good aspects. Here’s hoping the eventual (I assume) Season 3 can give a better presentation though, I’d hate to see the anime series get canceled over that.
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July 13, 2019
Kimetsu no Yaiba Episode 15
Added July 13, 2019 9:50 PM
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