Another reverse harem time travelling heroine story. Reverse harem anime are becoming a fair staple of the seasonal line up with a handful of them coming out each year and the time-travelling heroine is starting to be a recurring theme. Meiji Tokyo Renka doesn’t bring a single new idea to the table as we have … Continue reading Meiji Tokyo Renka Series Review
We're back and this time Arthifis and I are discussing the mid-season of Meiji Tokyo Renka and we have been having a great time with this one. If you hop on over to the Anime Shelter you will find our thoughts on The Rising of the Shield Hero. Anyway, I'll be in red and Arthifis … Continue reading Friendly Talks With Arthifis – Meiji Tokyo Renka Episodes 5 – 9
From first glance this one appears to be a fairly standard girl goes to other world/historical setting and every pretty boy in sight falls in love with her. Maybe it will distinguish itself in time but episode one sure didn't.
I can't help but wonder if maybe this story would be more fun if it were interactive and allowed you to follow along with one guy's story rather than chopping and changing to ensure each guy got screen time, but no chance of development.
There's something to be said for a anime that can be so silly and yet take itself fairly seriously when it comes to dishing out some serious drama. DamePri kind of walks a fine line throughout most of its run time but the end result is pretty entertaining. What did you think? Review: Given I'm … Continue reading DamePri Anime Caravan Series Review: Take Standard Reverse Harem With Just a Touch of Parody
Overview: Yuzuki is a normal girl who one day gets transported to a different world that kind of resembles the warring states period in Japan only I'm pretty sure there weren't werewolf or vampire pretty boys fighting that particular war. Turns out her blood resembles the missing Himemiko who used to protect the world with … Continue reading Sengoku Night Blood Series Review: Colourful Nothingness
Overview: A girl wakes up but doesn't remember anything and for some reason seems to intrinsically trust whichever guy shows up in her life first. Review: Originally I reviewed this over on Crunchyroll immediately after watching it. Probably a bad idea (it was pre-blog) and I really didn't like it very much. That said, I … Continue reading Amnesia Series Review