Juuni Taisen Ep. 4-6 Review: you are the architect of your own demise

Have characters ramble for a whole episode about their superpowers and awesome Holmes-level plans and never actually have them use it. Everyone, that’s Juuni Taisen. Bravo!

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The sewer is the best place to devise a battle plan.

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Mahou Shoujo? Naria Girls! Review – WTF did I just watch

Can we call this an anime? Although Naria Girls is not as brutal to watch as Pupa, I find it really…weird.

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In Pupa it started off okay but went off into incest masochism. Naria girls started off okay but went into talk show mode with irrelevant plot details and poor story telling (by poor I mean very, very, very terrible). But unlike Pupa, it does not attempt to take itself seriously at all, talking about topics from nose hair to Full Metal Alchemist. One of the most entertaining aspect of Naria Girls is that it pokes fun at most of the Mahou Shoujo anime to ever exist.

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What is ‘BEATLESS’? – anime 2018

“I am an object in human form.”

If you’re a follower of redjuice-Guilty Crown’s character designer-then chances are you might have come across a blue-haired girl carrying a giant black coffin. That’s Lacia from Beatless, a sci-fi novel written by Satoshi Hase and illustrated by redjuice.

Official Website: http://beatless-anime.jp/

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Described as a ‘human’ and ‘object’ boy-meets-girl story, Beatless tells the story of a fateful encounter between human Endo Arato and extremely advanced humanoid AI (called hIE) Lacia. For what purposes were these hIE, far more powerful than any human can comprehend, created? Continue reading