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Archive for August, 2009

Favourite Episodes of Natsume Yuujinchou

Since Natsume is an episodic series, this post can also be thought of as "five favourite individual stories from Natsume Yuujinchou". Naturally, they are from those stories adapted in seasons 1 and 2 (I say this hoping that there will be future seasons). Of them, I think there is one that is almost universally agreed upon, but I'll leave that up to you to decide which...... Read more

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Natsume Yuujinchou Soundtrack Review

Technically this a review of Zoku Natsume Yuujinchou's soundtrack, but much of the music is the same, and the soundtrack to the sequel actually contains many pieces from the first season that weren't included in the original score.....

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Piano no Mori Review

Piano no Mori (Piano forest) is a pleasant anime film which revolves around a young, poor and talented young boy named Kai. The story is told through the perspective of a new student, Amamiya Shuuhei, who is from successful musical family and has been learning piano all his life. One day Kai brings him into a large forest where an old abandoned piano lies unused. When Shu tries to play the old instrument, it produces only a dull and creaky tone....... Read more

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Zoku Natsume Yuujinchou Review

Zoku Natsume Yuujinchou is the sequel to the original 13-episode series, but it's really more of a simple continuation. The manga is ongoing and the first series adapted the story up to a certain point, and this sequel goes on adapting more material. However, the manga isn't complete, so the ending of this sequel is still open ended without any solid conclusions. Since Zoku Natsume treads much.... Read more

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Natsume Yuujinchou Review

Take a moment and picture yourself seated where the boy in this image is, staring upwards as clouds gently pass by peacefully in the wide blue sky, occasional breezes of warm air ruffle your hair, gentle sounds of birds and insects surround you, and memories slowly begin to drift through your mind. Isn't that such a beautiful image? It's from..... Read more

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Ookiku Furikabutte (Big Windup!) Review

Ookiku Furikabutte is one of the best anime I have ever seen for a very simple reason - it picks one specific subject and genre and then delivers a finely crafted story which exposes all the best possible aspects of this genre in one concise and captivating package. In this case, the genre is high school baseball. From there, Furikabutte shows viewers all the nuances and details of what high school baseball can possibly be - the friendships formed, the camaraderie developed, the aching losses, the glorious victories, the hard work..... Read more

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Seirei no Moribito Review

Seirei no Moribito tells the story of a female bodyguard named Balsa who, after rescuing the Prince (Chagum), is requested by the Empress to take him into hiding to save him from assassination by the Emperor..... Read more

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Ookiku Furikabutte – First Impressions

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Touch Sequel Movies Review (Miss Lonely Yesterday and Cross Roads)


Verdict: Skip Miss Lonely Yesterday, Watch Cross Roads Read more

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Touch Review

(No spoilers - unlike many Touch reviews) Whereas Maison Ikkoku beautifully portrayed the transition between teenager and adult, Touch is one of the most rewarding coming of age stories. I had occasionally heard excellent things about Touch for the past few years, but only finally sat down to watch it after learning that it holds the record for highest ratings ever achieved by an anime on Japanese television. This naturally made me very curious. This is a series that is almost completely unknown in the anglosphere - even more obscure than its contemporaries, Maison Ikkoku and Kimagure Orange Road. Yet, at the height of its run, Touch claimed over.... Read more

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