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Weekly Anime Review

Coppelion was rather dreadful this week, and I’m starting to think of dropping it. Gingitsune, Galilei Donna, and Samurai Flamenco provided emotional episodes. Samurai and Tokyo Raven were also action-packed, but the best was actually Samurai Flamenco, just for the ending.

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Weekly Anime Review

We got some sappy moments this week, at least in Gingitsune and Galilei Donna. Coppelion introduced a new arc, Samurai Flamenco introduced a new hero and Tokyo Raven was the boys’ first time in school. Seems like all the shows are past the introduction phase now.

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Weekly Anime Review

Three episodes into the season and I decided to drop BlazBlue and Arpeggio. Coppelion, Tokyo Raven and Galilei Donna were super awesome this week, and the latter two even have plots that make sense. Gingitsune and Samurai Flamenco are a bit lower on the scale of awesomeness, but they are still holding their own.

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Weekly Anime Review

Galilei Donna is currently my favorite show because I love the goldfish. The Tokyo Raven plot advanced nicely and the characters are engaging, and Gingitsune is a nice slice-of-life. Coppelion isn’t quite there, but the third episode had some action and plot development. Arpeggio had some nice strategy stuff, but, along with BlazBlue and Samurai Flamenco, I may end […]

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Weekly Anime Review

I’ve got lots of new shows because they all started broadcasting last week. We got a lot of “mecha” that I didn’t really expect, so it seems like robots popup everywhere this season. There are lots of teenagers, but that is normal. All the shows are getting at least another episode and probably more. There […]

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Weekly Anime Review

This was a slow week for the start of the fall anime season. Only one show started this week, though next week will be packed. I’m still waiting for the final Yamato episodes to be subbed into English. So Coppelion is my new show; it’s the story of three schoolgirls sent to find survivors in […]