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Psych “Indiana Shawn and the Temple of the Kinda Crappy, Rusty Old Dagger” Written by on March 2, 2012

No one’s ever considered me in-the-know.  I’m usually about a year behind everyone else in music and television.  So, when I clear my night to watch an episode’s premier it means I’m really hooked.  Psych has had a constantly great blend of creative dialogue, fresh plots, character tension, and references to make any nerd chuckle [...]

Top 10 Anime Openings Written by on December 18, 2011

Opening themes set the tone for an anime.  Most American shows have reduced opening themes to short, wordless melodies (e.g. House, How I met Your Mother) – Lost just gave us a single note.  In an anime, however, the opening theme is an integral part of the story, often growing and changing along with the [...]

だ ってばよ! Hetalia:Axis Powers Season 1 Written by on December 11, 2011

Confession time: this review should have been up weeks ago.  However, I spent so much time attempting to write it, but never got beyond the first paragraph.  This is because Hetalia is, well, somewhat indescribable; but that’s partially what makes it so good. Hetalia stars Italy, Germany, Japan, Great Britain, and other major players of [...]

だ ってばよ! The Future Diary Written by on

We’ve all experienced entertainment drought.  We try show after show, yearning for something that goes beyond the easy sale to reveal a story that’s been carefully written on multiple levels.  After a while of wandering we begin to wonder if we have already exhausted all worthwhile resources of plot and development.  It’s times like this [...]

だ ってばよ! Sacred Blacksmith Written by on November 11, 2011

  I have come to the conclusion that the demon vs. human premise is the anime version of a cop show.  Though they all have the same basic structure they somehow find a way to make countless different varieties.  So, Sacred Blacksmith joined the ranks of demon cop shows in 2009, bringing its own twists [...]

だ ってばよ! The Place Promised in Our Early Days Written by on September 28, 2011

“Ya know, it’s amazing how much more accepting we are of anime… I mean, if an anime had ended like LOST we probably wouldn’t think it’s so awful.” While I don’t really agree with my friend Mandy completely on this (I still think, anime or not, the ending of LOST is a ridiculous cop out); it is a rather [...]

だ ってばよ! Claymore Written by on September 24, 2011

If I told you to watch a show focusing on large-chested, female, half-demon warriors with giant swords who fight purple-blooded monsters, what would your response be?  Exactly.  Welcome to Claymore. Actually, the show did surprise me quite a bit.  The initial draws were the dynamic art form, the fantastic opening theme (music by Nightmare), and [...]

だ ってばよ! Canaan Written by on August 20, 2011

It’s been a long time since an anime based in the modern world graced my library and Canaan was a welcome change.  Biochemical warfare is beginning to wreak havoc on the world and has already devastated the lives of many.  Canaan follows the lives of multiple characters from different countries trying to cope with the [...]

だ ってばよ! Last Exile Written by on August 14, 2011

In February, Gonzo Studios in Japan announced they would be producing a new show – Last Exile: Fam, the Silver Wing.  In July, Funimation announced that they had acquired the rights to bring the show the the United States.  The show is going to be a new tale in the world of a previous show, [...]

だ ってばよ! FullMetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Written by on July 31, 2011

To say I was apprehensive about beginning FullMetal Alchemist: Brotherhood would be an understatement.  Questions and worries about the show were numerous.  What if the voice acting was too different?  What if the characters were not the same?  What if I liked it so much that I couldn’t enjoy the original show?  Basically, I sounded [...]

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