Episodic Reviews

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Nisemonogatari – The series is a direct sequel to Bakemonogatari, taking place shortly after the incident with Black Hanekawa.  The black swindler Kaiki Deishu, the cultist who destroyed Senjougahara’s life and placed the snake curse on Sengoku, returns to town and Araragi’s sisters attempt to stop him.

Ano Natsu de Matteru – When a group of friends decide to make a movie over a long summer holiday, they end up learning a little about filmmaking and a lot more about each other and themselves. What begins as a simple way to avoid the summer doldrums quickly turns into something much more complex, intimate and revealing, as the maturing relationships between the members of the young cast take on new, and sometimes very unexpected, turns.

Fate/Zero – War of the Holy Grail – Pursuing the power of the “Holy Grail” which grants a miracle, this is a contest in which seven magi summon seven Heroic Spirits to compete for it. In that battle whose conclusion was postponed three times, now, the fourth war commenced again. Entrusting their dearest wish of victory, the magi joined the battleground called “Fuyuki”, but amongst them, there was a man who was always alone, and could not find out the meaning behind his fights. His name was Kotomine Kirei.

Guilty Crown – The story takes place in Tokyo in 2039. After the outbreak of the unidentified virus “Lost Christmas” in 2029, Japan has been under the control of a multinational organization called GHQ. Ouma Shu is a 17-year-old boy who has a psychic power in his right hand. He can use the power “Ability of King” to extract tools or weapons from his friends. He has been avoiding making trouble for others but his life changes when he meets a girl named Yuzuriha Inori, a member of a resistance guerrilla group called “Undertaker” (Sometimes translated as “Funeral Parlor”), whose members pilot mecha weapons to fight against the government.

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