Tag: Funimation

Tenchi in Tokyo

Tenchi in Tokyo

| November 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

My familiarity with the Tenchi Muyo series has only been recent, with my first excursion being Tenchi Universe. Its been a series that I’ve overall avoided over the years, due to my inability to enjoy any facet of the harem genre of anime. Even with my distaste for it, I could see the reasons why […]

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Tenchi Universe

Tenchi Universe

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Anyone that knows me and my tastes in anime, should very well know that I loathe the harem genre in all of its various forms. It’s a genre that has, in my opinion, done nothing to enhance the richness of anime’s means of expression. So when it came time to review Funimation’s new rerelease of […]

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Hellsing Ultimate: Episodes V-VIII Boxed Set

Hellsing Ultimate: Episodes V-VIII Boxed Set

| November 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

The wait for more episodes of Hellsing Ultimate to come out in the U.S. has been extremely long, but after seeing these four episodes in this latest boxed set, I can honestly say that it was worth every single second! Millennium, the secret Nazi group, Iscariot, the Vatican’s elite squad of demon hunters and the […]

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[C] – Control: The Money and Soul of Possibility

[C] – Control: The Money and Soul of Possibility

| November 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Sometime’s, when consuming tons of media in all of its forms, people get overwhelmed and sometimes forget why they were attracted to something in the first place. In this day and age, there’s so much music, comics, video games and all sorts of other things that are nerdy and geeky that not only vie for […]

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Fafner: Heaven and Earth

Fafner: Heaven and Earth

| November 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Six years after the original series ended, Studio Xebec decided to release a sequel to Fafner in the Azure (Sokyu no Fafner), titled Heaven and Earth. The film picks up right where the series left off and shows the residents of Tatsumiya Island, having to once again fend off against the alien invaders, called Festum. […]

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Sengoku Basara: The Last Party

Sengoku Basara: The Last Party

| November 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

As as sad as I am to admit it, but the Sengoku Basara film, subtitled The Last Party, is a missed opportunity and one of the lesser things that has come from Production I.G.. The film takes place after the events of season two and showcases a major event in Japanese history, the Battle of […]

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One Piece: Season Four, Voyage Two

One Piece: Season Four, Voyage Two

| October 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

In the past year, I’ve managed to get through over 200 episodes of the phenomena that is One Piece. I’ve loved every single moment of it and regret not watching it sooner when many of my friends told me to. Funimation has recently begun to release the fourth season, in the same vein as their […]

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Hellsing Ultimate I-IV Boxed Set

Hellsing Ultimate I-IV Boxed Set

| October 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

Kouta Hirano’s Hellsing was one of the very few breakout manga and anime hits of the early 2000′s. After Studio Gonzo’s 13 episode series had made its mark in the states, Geneon USA decide to coproduce an OVA in 2006, that was modeled closely to the original manga. Thus, Hellsing Ultimate was born, which gave […]

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Strike Witches Pts. 1 and 2

Strike Witches Pts. 1 and 2

| October 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Having seen a lot of anime over the past 20 years, I know for a fact that fan service is a part of anime culture. The occasional obligatory panty shot or boob jiggle has been going on for so long, its been engrained into the norms of most anime’s presentation. Strike Witches is an example […]

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Deadman Wonderland: The Complete Series

Deadman Wonderland: The Complete Series

| October 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

A huge part of me has to wonder that if Deadman Wonderland had a full 26 episode run, would it be even more enjoyable than it is? Created by Manglobe, a studio that has put out plenty of great shows and based off the manga by writer Jinsei Kataoka and artist Kazuma Kondou, Deadman Wonderland […]

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