"In an alternate world, a small percentage of children are able to manifest superpowers upon reaching puberty. The story is set at the Hoshinoumi Academy and follows members of the student council as they help... More
Anonymous commented on April 5, 2015 13:53
Somehow I doubt that Mami will fall head-over-heels for this show.... More
Sure to deliver a coherent message on the strict deadlines concerning anime production and surprisingly nothing to do with Shaft, aspiring animator anime Shirobako directly educates viewers on the agonizing process required to complete a show on something approaching a schedule using only ill-paid studio drudges (thankfully lightened by the moe charms of the main heroine)…
Serious romance drama Glasslip has offered even more service than usual with its latest airing, showing off its cute shoujo in some tight sukumizu and striving to find a perfect balance between displaying sexy girls and playing out its romantic plot.
Romance-heavy Glasslip has delivered a glass-shatteringly dramatic episode, working its romance theme harder than ever before and even turning up the aggression dial as the conflict reaches its boiling point – and with the show’s namesake glass working seemingly written out completely.
Relatively tame love-sankaku anime Glasslip has spiced up its drab romance by introducing some modest pantsu service and steamy bathing scenes – a change of pace that proved as fragile as the promise of fine blowing action.
Highly anticipated glass artisan anime Glasslip has premiered its debut episode, delivering a plethora of moe comedy service as well as a staggering amount of adorable cocks – while initially showing very little relevance to the vastly intriguing world of glass working.
Newly airing anime Nagi no Asu Kara has been busily netting new viewers and little girls alike with its sweet art style and setting, making something of a change from what is otherwise proving a rather service heavy season….
Hanasaku Iroha, a tale of a girl exiled into living in the countryside with her grandmother at an onsen, is being greeted warmly despite lacking magical loli, moeblobs or bouncing breasts, instead opting for the novelty of a storyline which would not be out of place in one of Japan’s lunchtime dramas, coupled with some strikingly good animation and scenery.
That was a bit rash...have you ever considered that different countries have different standards and cultures?
Also, if you progress further into the anime you'll find that the grandmother cares for her very deeply. Don't let... More
The recently aired second episode of Angel Beats! provided viewers with both a more concise story than last week’s premiere episode, as well as a spiffy new OP that is reminiscent of their visual novel equivalents.
Both the OP and a number of screenshots from the episode are below…