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    Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card – Part 2 Review

    The second part of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card combines the core elements of the franchise with a darker and more mysterious tone that gives it its own unique feel. It's truly a deserving successor to a much-loved legacy and I can’t wait to see where CLAMP takes it next. Continue reading...
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    Welcome to the Ballroom: Part 1 Review

    Welcome to the Ballroom applies the sports anime formula to competitive ballroom dancing with great success, filling the screen with beautiful dance work and character drama. Despite Anime Limited's release being very bare-bones, this is show anyone can have a lot of fun with. Continue reading...
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    My Hero Academia - Season 1 Review

    The first season of My Hero Academia gets the series off to a solid start, telling Midoriya’s origin story and introducing many of the series’ popular characters with style. Continue reading...
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    Dragon Ball Super: Broly Review

    Dragon Ball Super: Broly is a thrilling action film, pitting Goku and Vegata against the hulking Broly with some great animation work and a solid backstory that eases in newcomers to the franchise. For all its outrageous action that fans will love, those coming into this fresh will find the...
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    Girls' Last Tour Review

    Girls’ Last Tour is a very relaxing survival story that generates a lot of appeal from its comfy styling and deceptively cute presentation. Its slow pace and slice-of-life sensibilities may seem boring to some, but if you look past that, the series shows an engaging deeper narrative with a...
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    My Hero Academia: Two Heroes Review

    My Hero Academia: Two Heroes is a typical franchise film that gives a bit more of the series to the fans eagerly awaiting the next instalment. Continue reading...
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    Seven Mortal Sins Review

    A low budget affair, Seven Mortal Sins has plenty of fanservice that will please ecchi fans; however, there are plenty of other shows that better serve the series’ action and goofy comedy without the sex. Continue reading...
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    Made in Abyss Collection Review

    Made in Abyss is a very expressive adventure series with some dark twists and turns, using expansive world building, lush visuals and a great soundtrack to suck you into the depths of its titular abyss. Continue reading...
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    Bloom Into You Volume 3 Review

    Bloom Into You continues to be a highly entertaining and refreshing yuri manga with a more grounded and realistic take on relationships in general, while showing that the genre can take same-sex relationships seriously when it tries. Continue reading...
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    MAN WITH A MISSION: Chasing the Horizon European Tour Report

    The "Furries from the Far East" returned to the UK in 2019 with two howling headliner live shows. Onosume gives their thoughts on the band's Manchester gig... Continue reading...
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    Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card - Part 1 Review

    Expect the unexpected! The first half of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card is a solid starting point that offers a concise cut of what made the original so enjoyable, with a strong sense of fun, magic and mystery. Continue reading...
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    Puella Magi Tart Magica: The Legend of Jeanne d’Arc Volume 1-5 Review

    One of the best Madoka Magica spin-off manga, this takes the story of Joan of Arc and gives it a fantastical twist, producing an entertaining story that will satisfy both Madoka fans and history buffs. Continue reading...
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    Fireworks Review

    Fireworks is an enjoyable but flawed film that tries to pair a slice of science fiction with a teenage romantic drama, but ends up getting bogged down with its time-altering plot device. Continue reading...
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    Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel - I. presage flower Theatrical Review

    A lavishly animated feature film in the Fate universe from Ufotable that works well for fans, but leaves unsuspecting viewers out in the cold. Continue reading...
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    Love and Lies Review

    Love and Lies could have provided an interesting social commentary with its core concept of government arranged marriage, but instead presents us with a haremesque romantic drama with strange execution that pulls its best punches when it’s not actually focusing on the romance. Continue reading...
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    Tokyo Godfathers Review

    Tokyo Godfathers captures the true spirit of Christmas by presenting a tale of three homeless folk finding hope and redemption amidst a madcap adventure, yet retains the darker themes that director Satoshi Kon is known for, allowing this to appeal to both fans and newcomers to his work...
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    Kiznaiver Review

    Studio Trigger teams up with Mari Okada for this well thought out character drama that asks “just how do we become friends, anyway?” Continue reading...
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    Battle Girl High School Review

    Battle Girl High School tries to combine magical girl, slice-of-life and idol elements into one show but ends up not knowing what it wants to be. Continue reading...
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    Hello

    Thought it was about time I created an account on these forums instead of just lurking. So greetings! A lot of you will know me as @emperor_ing on the Twitters but I tend to use Onosume as my username now when signing up to stuff. For those who don't know me I am a massive idol fan and Aikatsu...
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