Presented in no particular order, with no explanations whatsoever, 56 anime that are better than Fate/Zero. Be annoyed to your heart’s content. And oh yeah, there’s a review at the bottom: Continue reading
The second of a series of ruthless posts!
You thought anime blogs could escape my wrath? Hah!
Despite the petition to write a review for Mars of Destruction (I can see that you guys hate me.) leading the polls as of this writing, I have decided, for now, to write a review for one of the classics that I have finished recently.
For once, I’ll review something that has just finished airing. I feel that I just have to write about this whole experience to get it off my chest. This time, I will be talking about one of winter 2012′s noitaminA offerings, Black★Rock Shooter.
Ah yes, as I promised myself, I am now committing time to watching those anime deemed to be classics by the “elite” anime fans out there. The list includes titles like Neon Genesis Evangelion (which is one of the worst anime I have seen in my life), Legend of the Galactic Heroes (which I haven’t watched yet), Aria (review will be out as soon as I finish it), FMA (one of the best I have seen) and others I may have forgotten. One particular title caught my eye: a retelling of the classic 19th century novel, Le Comte de Monte Cristo (The Count of Monte Cristo) by Monsieur Alexandre Dumas, whom I think is better known for writing Les Trois Mousquetaires (The Three Musketeers).