Tag Archives: Shonen Fanatic

Veritas Manga Review

zuper_cb/ January 12, 2018/ Manga Review/ 0 comments

Veritas is technically a manhwa, not a manga but for this blogs’ purposes, I’ll specify in my post. Yoon Joon-sik wrote and Kim Dong-hoon illustrated the manhwa. Veritas publication was in 2005 to 2010. Some Kung Fu Fighting Gangryong Ma was rescued by a man named Lightning Tiger. A man whose strength is beyond belief. Gangryong is

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Winter 2018 Anime Part 2

zuper_cb/ January 12, 2018/ Anime Review/ 0 comments

Part 2 of my Winter 2018 anime preview is here. I’ve watched a couple more and was surprised by some that I didn’t know was coming out. That’s why it’s always good to check everything that comes out because you could miss a little nugget of surprise. Anyways, if you can’t tell which anime I am

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BLAME! The Movie [Anime Review]

zuper_cb/ January 8, 2018/ Anime Review/ 0 comments

Give credit to credit is due. Whoever in Netflix is doing their programming, they have some balls as I didn’t realize BLAME! was getting an anime. At the moment I was checking out Netflix, they have a good list of anime to watch there and their Castlevania adaptation was pretty wicked. BLAME! is a 2017 anime sci-fi film

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Winter 2018 Anime Part 1

zuper_cb/ January 7, 2018/ Anime Review, Roundup/ 0 comments

It’s now 2018 so out with the old, in with the new. This week starts off winter 2018 anime that are coming out and I’ve been checking out as much as I can. My taste is pretty standard shonen affair for the most part so I don’t normally watch anything else. But as always, if I

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Alderamin on the Sky [Anime Review]

zuper_cb/ January 1, 2018/ Anime Review/ 0 comments

Alderamin on the Sky is a Japanese light novel series which was adapted into an anime. The anime was produced by Madhouse and directed by Tetsuo Ichimura premiered on July 9, 2016. Shogo Yasukawa wrote the script for the anime with Kunio Katsuki providing character designs while Yoshikazu Iwanami serves as the series’ sound director. A Stormy

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Ballroom E Youkoso [Anime Review]

zuper_cb/ December 28, 2017/ Anime Review/ 0 comments

Ballroom E Youkoso is anime series adapted by Production I.G and premiered on July 8, 2017, with Amazon Video exclusively streaming the series worldwide. I was quite excited to see this because I am a fan of the art of dance. Now I’m only waiting for a hip-hop breakdancing shonen anime, lol. C’mon, make it happen!!!!! So

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Kuroko No Basket Last Game [Anime Review]

zuper_cb/ December 27, 2017/ Anime Review/ 1 comments

Kuroko No Basket Last Game is a movie of the Kuroko no Basuke anime & manga series. While the movie was loosely based on the short manga sequel, EXTRA GAME, it is an original story as stated by the creator. Generation of Miracles Kuroko and Kagami arrive and the match between Team Strky (who are other characters in

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Sword Art Online Ordinal Scale [Anime Review]

zuper_cb/ December 26, 2017/ Anime Review/ 1 comments

Ordinal Scale SAO Ordinal Scale is a 2017 anime movie based on the SOA series written by Reki Kawahara. The film is produced by A-1 Pictures and directed by Tomohiko Itō, featuring an original story by Kawahara, character designs by Shingo Adachi and music by Yuki Kajiura. Ordinal Scale is a sequel to the TV series

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Merry Xmas 2017

zuper_cb/ December 25, 2017/ Anime Review/ 0 comments

Xmas 2017 Going into 2018, Christmas till New Years has always been a time of reflection for me. What things do I need to change, what things to I want to accomplish? A lot of introspection goes into this time frame and I do have a lot of things I want to be done. With that

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BECK Manga Review

zuper_cb/ December 21, 2017/ Manga Review/ 0 comments

Mongolian Chop Squad BECK is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Harold Sakuishi. It was originally serialized in Monthly Shōnen Magazine with the 103 chapters. BECK was later adapted into a 26-episode anime television series, titled BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad, by Madhouse and aired on TV Tokyo from October 2004 to March 2005. A

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