Okay, I’ve seen enough. The fillers have officially started and I don’t think I can be motivated sufficiently to write decent reviews. My Naruto Shippuuden reviews can only go downhill right now, and they aren’t even that good to begin with…
What bugs me the most about this particular episode is that they are showing things that we’ve seen already. We are already past the Nagato, Pain, Hanzo and Danzo arc. It’s been done. We know how all of those characters died and we know how they lived their lives right before they met their end. What else is there left to show?
I’ll be taking a break from Naruto Shippuuden. I’ll start writing again when the main story continues. Besides, Magi has been rescheduled and I’m planning to use Friday to post my Magi reviews. I can no longer make Tuesday when Magi airs on the same day. I’d like to be able to plan my posts a day or two ahead of time if possible.Read More
I understood when they decided to show us more about Obito’s past. He’s a new character that plays a huge role in the story right now. It’s only natural that people would want to know more about him. Now Nagato and his two best friends are being put in the spotlight once again. We are being shown things that most of us already knew…
I don’t get it. Honest I don’t. I just want to get this post over with now that the flashback episodes are slowly starting to turn into fillers. I knew this would happen. Last week’s episode was semi-awesome as I saw Obito lose his mind when he witnessed the death of his closest friend. That’s something that I really wouldn’t mind watching.
But now it feels as though we’ve been set back about six to nine months before this war even began. We are seeing stuff about characters that are already dead. Characters that somehow lost their purpose a long time ago. Sure, Nagato’s eyes are still being used, but it ends there. No need to show us about their past at this point. We’re way beyond that. My hopes for the next episode are pretty low.Read More
Wunderbar! This completely exceeded my expectations. I even ended up using a German word to describe it. I could definitely see myself watching this for twelve or thirteen weeks. Just as long as it stays consistent…
I must admit that it’s really the artwork that exceeded my expectations. The artwork is amazing. They’ve outdone themselves on character design, the backgrounds look great and the action was really fluid. It truly is a visual masterpiece.
Can I watch a show about a female attorney in a world of magic that has a perverted, talking frog as a familiar? Well, I certainly do believe that I can. I saw the PV and got a completely different idea… Thank god I was wrong!
I do recommend this. It’s funny, packed with action and the artwork is great. It’s grossly underrated and I’m sure that there are many nerds out there that are sad because there aren’t any magical loli’s from what I’ve seen. I don’t care. I liked what I saw and I will definitely be watching the rest.
Plot Summary: In 2018, humans and wizards live together in Tokyo. Police continue to protect order in society, but wizards are tried according to magical law, in special courts defended by wizard barristers. At age seventeen, Cecile has just become the youngest wizard barrister, and begins work at the Butterfly Law Offices. While she hasn’t realized it yet, she has tremendous magical potential.Read More
I can actually see the fillers coming. They usually appear after a couple of flashback episodes. Still, learning a bit more about one of the more important characters is always a good thing. It helps with future episodes, too.
There’s really not much I want to say about this episode. It was quite hectic and heavy on the mind. I’m sure there were a few people out there wondering why Obito is doing all of this. I can’t blame them. Why would anyone want to destroy the world and kill thousands (if not millions) of people and enslave those that survive thanks to the Tsuki no Me project.
It makes sense if you saw how Obito watched one of his best friends die. Rin was quite possibly the girl that he liked, and yet he watched her die at the hands of his other friend, Kakashi. That’s what it looked like. Is it really so strange that he became this psychotic fool that thinks he needs to destroy the world in order to create paradise? Not anymore it’s not…Read More
Quite a messy start, but what can you expect from magic-genre anime? I’m just glad that there aren’t any loli’s with girly wands and messed up catchphrases. The world has seen more than enough of those shows, enough is enough.
I’m satisfied. It’s clearly not a budget product. Great character design, great effects and I have no complaints about the details. It all looks pretty good. A character whose breasts suddenly increase in size is enough for me to give the artwork two dumbs up.
I’m quite interested in the story, too. The whole concept of magic in this story is refreshing and I’m actually pretty interested in learning more about the way things work in their world. Only teenagers can become magicians, huh? Sure, why not?
I suggest that magic fans give this show a try. I thought that it was quite amusing and I think that the story shows quite a lot of promise. Stop looking at little, flat-chested girls with strange voices and stupid wands… Now it’s your chance to start watching real magic-genre anime!
Plot Summary: When Nanase Takeshi, a regular high school student, encounters Aiba Miu, a girl from a world of destruction, he winds up getting involved in a grand battle between mages. In order to save Miu, in order to save the world, and in order to change destiny. A real, modern-day magical action story begins now.Read More