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Great anime in the horror genre
The story was interesting. Full of action and gory scenes. Beware of a lot of fan service (especially in the OVA). Of course, I expect that there is going to be another season because the anime was left with open ending. Everything was beautifully drawn. The gory scenes were not censored (thank you Lord). The characters were very well drawn and what's more important the drawings matched the characters' personalities. All of the characters were so likable...except Rei Miyamoto...she was such an annoyance...I was so going to kill her. Takashi was amazing. Such a strong character. I'm hoping that he is going to end up with Saeko. Him ending up with Rei is a no-no for me. I recommend the anime to everyone :)
Katei Kyoshi Hitman Reborn! (2006)
The story was very interesting and full of twists. There was plot development throughout the series but beware of fillers. The anime was so full of them and that's really annoying. I feel that the anime was unnecessary long (and that's not only because of the fillers which were at least 1 for every 10 episodes). The first season for me was like a build-up for the next seasons. It gives you time to get to know the characters a little bit better. The artwork was very well done. I really liked how the characters were drawn. There are a lot of sexy guys in this anime. The characters were perfect with their imperfections. I loved Hibari. His character was not only the sexy but well developed too. If you look deeper into the anime you'll see that his character is really kind despite the fact that he doesn't want to show it. The characters were all very well developed and very likable. The soundtrack is so amazing. That's a soundtrack which can lift your spirits up. I was laughing so much while watching this series so in my opinion this anime worth to be watched.
Nabari no ô (2008)
One of my favorites
The story was very interesting and very unique. There was plot development throughout the series. The twists in the anime were amazing. Have to warn you that the anime is sad but that's one of the things I like about it. I admit that I need more so I will definitely read the manga. The artwork was great. All of the characters were very well drawn. They were all very likable. I loved Yoite and Miharu. Their characters were complexed and very well developed. For me they had some kind of brotherly relationship in the series and they loved each other despite the rough start between them. This anime has the saddest soundtrack that I've ever heard. It is so extremely depressing that I just need to hear one of the songs to start crying. I loved the anime and I highly recommend it to everyone.
Loved the anime despite its imperfections
The story was very interesting and full of twists. Inspite of that I think it's better to read the manga since the anime was left with open ending and didn't fully explain everything. The artwork was amazing. The characters were so unbelievably sexy (you'll drool the whole time while watching this). The places shown were very beautiful, too. The characters were very well developed and very likable (that includes the bad characters, too). Mikage was such a strong character. I really admired him. Most of the peaces in the soundtrack were so peaceful but at the same time some of them were very sad. The opening song was amazing. I loved the anime despite its imperfections :)
Ai no kusabi (1922)
Really liked it
Although I like the story line, 2 parts are just not enough for me to understand the whole idea of the story and to get adapted to the whole futuristic world. The story was moving to fast and you really need the background stories (past of the characters and how they ended up doing the things they do) to fully understand the anime. Having said that I think it would be better if I read the novels. Since the anime has been made in 1990-s I didn't find the artwork that great. Also Iason's image freaked me out. But still for that time may be it was good enough. I liked the characters. Considering the fact that I had only 2 parts to get to know them, I think that I was able to understand them a little bit. For me the anime could have been way better. It was saved by the awesome ending which was so unbelievably heartbreaking and unexpected.
I highly recommend it
The story was just brilliant. It's very interesting and full of twists. Some of the episodes made me cry (especially episode 56). The last episode was kind of weak for me just because it was left with an open ending. The artwork was so beautiful. The places shown in the anime were just awesome (although some of the places don't look the same in the real world). Most of he characters were so sexy (Allen, Lavi, Tyki, Bak...well I may sit here all day listing them...I'm sure you don't need that). The Earl was so revolting that I was sure I'll have nightmares after watching the anime. In addition to being sexy, the characters were actually very well developed, too. Their growth during the episodes was just amazing. I loved Allen's character...and his appetite was just unbelievable o.O The music fitted the anime so perfectly. It was really creepy sometimes. Some of the pieces were really beautiful and peaceful. "Snow kiss" and "Doubt & trust" were my favorite songs among the openings and the endings. Despite the length of the anime (for me 103 episodes are a little bit too much) it was really easy for me to finish it...and I didn't even want the end to come so soon. I highly recommend you checking it out. I'm sure you won't be disappointed :)
Tenshi kinryoku (2000)
Although the story is interesting, due to the length of the anime viewers can't seem to understand it or get into it. The anime is not even finished - it was left with a cliffhanger which is really annoying. The artwork is pretty average. It's not bad, some of the characters are well drawn but overall it is not good enough considering all the other anime out there. Characters were not fully developed or should I say not developed at all. I know little can be done in 3 episodes, but some characters from 1 episode anime are better developed then those in this one. I can't recommend this anime although the idea behind it is really good and unusual it's not executed well.
Ayashi no Ceres (2000)
The story is unbelievably touching. As short as the anime is the story was fully developed into something finished. You can't possibly expect continuation of it which is really rare in the anime. For the number of times I've watched it so far (above 3 or 4 times) I'm still crying on some of the episodes. Toya was my favorite character. As for the others they were very well developed too. All of the main characters were very likable except for Shiso Mikagi which is not a surprise. The opening song is very beautiful and sad. I still listen to it from time to time which says much since I watched this anime long time ago (like 3 years ago I think). I highly recommend this anime since the story is not only original but very interesting and heartbreaking too.
Shin Seiki Evangerion (1995)
One overrated anime
My desire to watch this anime came after watching a music video with it. It looked really interesting which is may be one of the reasons I was so disappointed after watching it. Although the storyline was promising at the beginning I was not satisfied with its development throughout the series. It was very hard for me to understand the characters and where they are coming from. May be that's the reason I didn't like them at all. Other thing I didn't like was the ending. It was so confusing for me that I couldn't enjoy watching the last episodes. I watched only because I wanted to finish the damn thing. Overall I can't recommend this anime. It's just not worth lasting your time.
Tokyo Mew Mew (2002)
A really great anime
Tokyo Mew Mew is a really great anime. I watched it with the original audio so can't comment on the dub. I'll focus on everything else. The storyline was interesting although very usual for that kind of anime. There were twists in the movie which leave you with your mouth open and that is great cause often anime in that genre tend to be a little bid predictable. Other thing I like about the story is that it focuses on the problem with the environment which is really rare. I don't remember watching other anime that focuses on some of he problems e have nowadays. The characters were interesting, likable and well developed. The interesting thing about this anime is that even the bad guys are likable cause they are not really bad...except one. The only thing I didn't like is the ending - it's left open for another season which won't be made. The good thing is the anime doesn't end with a cliffhanger which sometimes happens in movies even. Overall I will recommend this anime for everyone who enjoys this genre.