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What's On My Anime On Demand 2 [message #274056] Tue, 25 November 2014 04:21 Go to previous message
David Johnston is currently offline  David Johnston
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No Game, No Life ****

Two emotionally disturbed shut-in siblings who spend all their time
playing games are divinely abducted to a world where wagers are
absolutely binding, but the only penalty for cheating is losing if you
get caught. They become the champions of a nearly extinct human culture
which has steadily lost it's way down to the totem pole to the other
races. Although these NEET characters are generally annoying, I like
this pair. Even though their lifestyle would not produce such a pretty
pair.

Momokyun Sword *

A rule 63 version of Peach Boy travels out to stop a demon
invasion...and is utterly repulsive. Something about those breasts just
makes me want to projectile vomit. And she's a vapid twit. Did not
finish the first episode.

Maoyu ***

Humanity's hero sets out to single-handedly defeat the overlord of the
attacking demons, and when he gets there he finds that she's a hot woman
who wants him and shares his desire for peace between the two sides.
Wasn't this a hentai game premise? Except remove the sex (I think the
two of them are still virgins despite having been "married" for most of
a year) and almost all of the fight scenes and replace them with
discussion of economics, politics, religion and agriculture. Ehn. I've
seen worse.

Comic Artist *

Panty obsessed manga artist harasses his female assistants. Wasnt this
a hentai game premise? Another "paraphilia is funny" series. Guys. It
isn't.

Haikyu!! ****

High School volleyball team long on raw athleticism and short on
experience (since 3 of them are first years, and one of them has almost
no experience) must learn to operate as a coordinated team. Accomodates
people who know nothing about volleyball very well. Amusing
over-emotional characters.

Hozuki's Coolheadness **

The head of the hell (for Japan) brings professional detachment to
keeping the process of torturing evil-doers operating smoothly. Ehn.
Whatever.

Monthly Girl's Nozaki-Kun *****

A girl tries to "confess" to an upper-classman...despite knowing nothing
about him...and misinterpreted, finds herself hired to be his assistant
as he turns out a popular shojo manga series. While the first episode
was just set-up, I found the second to be hilarious.






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