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Level E: Episode Three

I am speechless. Oh so speechless at Level E’s ridiculously awesomeness.
Just like Prince Baka, this show goes above the diagonal.


Level E has seriously gotten me hooked especially with episode three revealing the grand plan that Prince Baka constructed. I could not stop laughing when I found out. It was getting so tense and dramatic, hah. Continue reading

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Level E: Episode One and Two


I must say, I didn’t expect for it to be funny but I’m glad it is. It just might be my favorite for the season.
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Beelzebub: Ep 2


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Kaichou Wa Maid-sama Review-ish.


I finally got around to watching because I was afraid it would be a huge letdown since some people complained at how the anime wasn’t able to completely grasp the greatness of the manga. Well, I can’t say whether I agree or not because I haven’t read the manga but I’m going to.
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Trigun, Finally Watched It

Usually, I’m not a fan of ‘old school’ animes because of the art but I made an exception for Trigun after reading the summary.

I think for a series like Trigun, the protagonist is a huge factor influencing one’s decision to whether they should watch the entire series. The protagonist really got on my nerves because of his nature and his policy to not kill even when he is inches away from death.

EDIT: Let me rephrase my comment about old school anime. I just don’t like it cause it’s not vivid enough. I like it when things are clear, sharp, and defined.
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The Breaker: New Waves- Chapt 1

This is the sequel to The Breaker. The time in the manhwa is consistent as only a few weeks have passed since Shioon has been invited to join the Sunwoo clan.

The first few pages of this chapter does a recap of the entire first part of The Breaker.

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Naruto: Chapt 505

This chapter was quite enjoyable with several comedic scenes since the past several chapters have either been a bit touching/heavyhearted/dismal for me to handle any longer. It’s been long since I’ve laughed while reading Naruto because… lots of unhappy things were happening.
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The Breaker- Chapter 64

For the summary, click here.

In this chapter,
Shin Woon is doing.. NOTHING. He is sitting/standing there seeing his master in this monstrous form and to only be able to ask ‘why, why, why’.
My thought as I read this chapter [or what I want to say to Shin Woon]: Why do you keep asking why? If you want to know the cause for such a form, then stop your master and directly ask him. If you don’t like your master’s current form, then change it. Return Chun Woo to the way he was when he was your master if you have a problem with how he is right now.
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[manhwa]The Breaker: ch 1-63


Title: The Breaker
Type: Manhwa
Author: JEON Geuk-jin ; Artist: PARK Jin-Hwan
Release: [as of July 30] 64 Chapters; on-going
Genre: Action, Comedy, Martial Arts, School Life, Romance

[Chapter 64 released just a couple minutes ago, so I did not get a chance to read it yet.]
I spent my entire day to marathon the series until I could catch up to the most recent chapter, 64.
Summary: [written from what I’ve read without spoiling–much.]

A boy named, Shin Woon [name may be incorrect] is constantly bullied and beaten up [usually really bad] due to his cowardice and the overwhelming scariness of his bullies. One day, a man, Han Chun Woo, shows up as the new teacher at Shin Woon’s school. One day, as Shin Woon walks the streets, he finds this new teacher being dragged into the back alleys by a few yakuza. As these yakuza attack his teacher, Shin Woon witnesses his teacher’s unexpected powers. Realizing his teacher has strength like no other, Shin Woon begs for Chun Woo to become his master; however, little does anyone realize that this teacher is not who he says he is…

I’ve looked around and seeing people claim that this series is a rip of off GTO/HSDK [History’s Strongest Disciple Kenichi]. All I can say is that this series may be similar to GTO/HSDK but in no way does it rip off the other series that share similar genres. The teachers of GTO and The Breaker are both badasses; however, the teacher in The Breaker is no ordinary teacher as he instills fear in those of the martial arts world as the Goomoonryong, or nine arts dragon.

The art of this series is absolutely amazing and breathtaking especially during the fighting scenes–seriously, no lie. Look below for some examples of the amazing art. The art somewhat reminds me of HSDK.
*purplish parts are possible spoilers. possibly major ones too*
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