Hello, here be Lemmi writing his first initial impressions post for Rabbit Poets, and here’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for; the spiritual successor to Code Geass. Oh sure, they play it off as an entirely different series, but it has all the Code Geass trademarks: Dichromatic eyes, ninja maids, roller skating mechs, and over the top actions and dialogue that make you wonder if they’re serious or taking the piss out of themselves.
Scamp was quite glowing in his post about Yuru Yuri. To wit:
A work of pure brilliance. Such a seemingly simply yet ingenius twist on a well known tale. The effort gone into this is immense. Each scene is brimming with energy and charm, yet it has this underlying tone and message that cuts straight through to the heart in a way that’s difficult to describe…
Unfortunately, I can’t say the same (what do you mean there’s a twist ending to that review?).
Blue exorcist is so over blown with Shonen goodness, it’ll practically make you eyes bleed.
And here I thought Shoujo got all the fluff.
Possibly the show with the best art of Spring 2011…
If there was a time to believe in the Virgin Mary, this would be it.
What would I give to live in a world where everything is about food? Maybe, everything I have. On second thought, no. I don’t want Kyubey appearing and offering to grant me that wish. But you get the point. I would love to live in the world of Toriko.
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