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Flip Flappers
First thing’s first, the art style here is fantastic. It looks more hand-drawn than most modern anime which lends the world and its characters a softer touch. Furthermore, this anime boasts fluid forms and organic movement similar to that seen in anime like FLCL by Gainax (note the similarities between Papika and Haruko?), and it pulls it off well. The alternate-dimensions visited by the two main magical-girl characters take full advantage of this raw animation style to deliver extremely dynamic environments that feel full of life and energy. These environments are further filled with a kind of absurdism highly reminiscent of Satoshi Kon’s Paprika (Is it intentional that the main character’s name sounds a lot like Paprika?). All these elements combine to make for a very unique and dynamic world and art style. This is certainly not just another magical-girl anime, and the differences extend well beyond the art. You’re dropped in to what is essentially the middle of this story, leaving the audience with a lot of questions about the various characters, their relationships, and the nature of the world they inhabit. The story behind all these things slowly opens up over the course of the series, accelerating toward the end and the big reveals. The best part about this though is how well the story ties together in the end and all the little details that are suddenly given meaning when you learn what’s really been going on. Flip Flappers is a lot of fun and I highly recommend it to anyone drawn to the magical-girl genre, appreciative of dynamic animation styles, or just looking for a bright, colorful adventure through alternate dimensions, especially if you’re a stickler for good plot.

 

Discussions


The Endless Eight
This is a series of eight episodes in the series Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu (note if you don’t want spoilers, stop reading). In this section, the characters are caught in a time loop, reliving the same two-week period over and over again. Unlike other instances of this mechanic however, in which some character retains their memories and explores different variations of events, in Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu, the characters simply repeat the exact same events over and over again. Interestingly enough, while the episodes are all essentially identical from a functional perspective, they are each individually animated and dubbed with subtle variations between each episode. While this demonstrates the studio’s commitment to the arc as an artistic endeavor, it does little for the viewer and in fact led to an enormous uproar amongst the fan base.

There are arguably a couple of reasons why the director chose to do this. The Endless Eight is, in a way, a reflection of Haruhi’s own character. In fact, the time loop is the direct result of the influence of Haruhi’s own mind over the universe as she wishes for an endless summer. Haruhi pushes characters around, making them do things they would prefer not to do, all for the sake of her, as well as the audience’s, amusement. The Endless Eight does to the audience essentially what Haruhi has been doing to the rest of the cast this whole time by making us sit through something we would prefer not to as well. This gives us an opportunity to identify with the rest of the characters and truly feel what they are going through. The problem with this interpretation is the monotony of it. Most people are probably drawn to Haruhi because she brings excitement into their lives despite simultaneously forcing them into situations they would not choose to enter willingly. But the Endless Eight isn’t exciting. If this were the intent it would be more effectively executed over just three or even four episodes. This would give the audience the opportunity to experience the implications of the repetition without dragging them through it interminably. The audience might then feel more inclined to connect with the characters in the show and blame Haruhi instead of losing all immersion and blaming the studio instead.

The other interpretation is that we are not meant to connect with the feelings of the whole cast with regards to Haruhi, but merely with the experience of the one character who does retain her memories throughout the many repetitions, Nagato Yuki. One can debate why Nagato does nothing to try to influence events from repetition to repetition, but her character’s role is that of an observer and it is clearly Kyon’s purpose to break the loop as he is the only one who is capable of influencing Haruhi. Nagato Yuki is portrayed as a seemingly emotionless and logically minded character to the extent that she comes across more as an android than a person. However, there is clearly much more to her character as is evidenced by the movie, Suzumiya Haruhi no Shoushitsu. The Endless Eight potentially provides the audience with insight into Nagato’s character, implying that our own experience of watching the same events over and over again is akin to how Nagato feels. In this case, eight episodes is almost necessary in order to immerse the audience completely and make them truly question whether or not it will ever end. However, the show fails to follow through on this by never strongly tying these experiences to what Nagato is feeling, leaving this a tenuous connection at best, supported most strongly only by the movie that came out a year later.

Ultimately, as much as I support artistic expression, I think the value of media is in the experience it provides to its audience. While controversial, the Endless Eight left many people with a fairly negative experience which has since come to overshadow the anime as a whole. Furthermore, the ultimate conclusion to the Endless Eight is unmotivated. Since nothing changes and Kyon retains no memory of past repetitions, the only explanation for Kyon’s sudden ability to break the loop is a subconscious retention of emotions that eventually makes him desperate enough to act. However, such a thing is never substantiated and the audience only accepts the end because they are so weary of the loop. In my opinion, the Endless Eight would have been far more compelling if subtle *functional* changes had crept into the repetitions that eventually influenced Kyon into breaking the loop. Done properly these changes could have been enough to spark people’s curiosity in the early repetitions and make them start to hypothesize about where they were leading and what effect they might have. This would have kept people interested without completely subverting the intended experience of bearing through an endless time loop. If anything, it would keep people from skipping ahead (as I did) and providing this experience to a larger percentage of the audience.

For my part, I think the Endless Eight had the potential to be perfectly amazing, but ultimately failed to communicate the intended experience to the majority of its audience. However, not every experiment can succeed and I certainly appreciate the risk the director took in attempting this. From an artistic perspective, I consider Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu and the Endless Eight to be fantastic and unique and worth the watch for those intrepid enough to brave it.

 

Ratings


5.0 Puella Magi Madoka Magica
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★★     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★★★★★     Thrill
★☆☆☆☆     Fun Factor
5.0 Baccano!
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★★     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★★     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
4.9 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★★★     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.9 Shingeki no Kyojin
Feel what it’s like to live like a caged animal doomed to be slaughtered. With humanity’s very survival in jeopardy, the emotional stakes are set to match. This anime is not for the feint of heart; it is brutal in a way that only giant naked cannibal humanoids can deliver, and yet nothing can prepare you for the horror you will experience watching it for the first time. Don’t let that deter you however. Gorgeous animation brings this terrifying yet spectacular world to life as humankind’s warriors perform epic feats of acrobatics in their attempts to fight off the titans, using their 3D maneuverability gear to dart back and forth through the air, always just a hair’s breadth away from a gruesome demise. The intensity and brutality of the environment serves to expose each character’s deepest flaws and insecurities while also highlighting their comparative strengths and virtues. Yet these characters do not remain static; each experience changes them in some way. As they come to terms with aspects of themselves and the world they live in, you’ll find yourself getting drawn deeper and deeper into their hopes and fears and the lives they lead. Come prepared to experience a world in which the mere ability to survive is a rare privilege and before long you’ll find yourself on the edge of your seat living and dying with every moment.
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★★     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★★★★★     Thrill
★☆☆☆☆     Fun Factor
4.8 Tokyo Godfathers
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
4.8 Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki (=^^=)
At its core, this anime is a film about parenthood. It is the endearing, heartbreaking, and inspiring story of a mother, Hana, and her two half-wolf children, Ame and Yuki. While the story revolves around the half-wolf nature of Hana’s children, this anime does not get lost in the fantastic, but instead focuses on the very real struggles of a family struggling to find acceptance in society. Caught between their human and animal natures, Ame and Yuki undergo a journey of self-discovery as they strive to find their place in the world.
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
4.7 Steins;Gate
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★★     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★★     Thrill
★★☆☆☆     Fun Factor
4.7 Hourou Musuko
A wonderful slice-of-life anime in beautiful watercolor following the stories of a group of young students struggling with issues of gender identity. While historically many anime have struggled to represent non-standard gender identities and sexual orientations well, Hourou Musuko manages an extremely realistic portrayal of the struggles involved which contrast nicely with the standard uniformed Japanese school setting. The addition of a complex cast, each with their own struggles in relation to societal conceptions of gender make this anime a must-watch for anyone, but especially for those who have ever had any kind of gender ‘feelings’.
★★★★★     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★★★☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.7 Durarara!!
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★★     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★☆☆☆     Fun Factor
4.7 Tengan Toppa Gurren Lagann
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.5 Five Centimeters Per Second
★★★★★     Beauty
★★☆☆☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★☆☆☆☆     Fun Factor
4.4 Higashi no Eden
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.4 Cowboy Bebop
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.4 Hotarubi no Mori e
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
4.3 Eureka Seven
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.3 Natsume Yuujinchou
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.3 Sakamichi no Apollon
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.3 Flip Flappers
★★★★★     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
4.3 Sword Art Online: Aincrad
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★★★★★     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.2 No Game No Life (e) (=^^=)
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★☆☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★★     Fun Factor
4.2 Ef – A Tale of Memories
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
4.2 Ano Hana
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
4.2 Usagi Drop
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★☆☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.1 Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
4.1 Nagi no Asukara
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.1 Hyouka
★★★★★     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★☆☆     Emotional Intensity
★★☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.0 Kyoukai no Kanata
★★★★★     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
4.0 Suzumiya Haruhi no Shoushitsu
This movie is a sequel to the series Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu. The original anime is a quirky, supernatural, high-school comedy. While the characters lacked significant depth and there wasn’t much of a cohesive plot, the director did make an effort to do something original with many of the episodes in terms of artistic expression (however misguided they may have been – see my discussion on the so-called Endless Eight). This movie however takes the world of Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu and the vision of its director and does something totally amazing with it. It’s a fabulous adventure filled with introspection and character exploration. For fans of the original series, this is a must-see. If you haven’t seen the original series, I would recommend watching at least the first few episodes before picking up the movie, otherwise the characters and many of the references will seem foreign to you. This movie relies on the viewer being familiar with the world in which it takes place, because it pretty much immediately turns everything upside-down and the resulting strangeness would not have the same effect on someone unfamiliar with the setting. Nevertheless, this is one of the best anime movies I’ve seen and I’d highly recommend it to anyone who claims to enjoy anime.
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
4.0 Psycho Pass
An amazing cyber-punk detective series, Psycho Pass manages to deliver an enthralling story-line with compelling mysteries and complex characters. This anime is a little on the violent side though and some of the scenes can be pretty intense. The story takes place in a world where your predisposition toward criminal activity can be measured, resulting in a virtual utopia where almost all criminals are locked up before they’ve even committed a crime. However, in this world, criminal proclivity is almost contagious, as simply witnessing a crime or something disturbing has a tendency to increase your predisposition to committing criminal acts yourself. What does this mean for the detectives who work to investigate these crimes? What does it mean for the victims? Psycho Pass explores many of these questions as the characters investigate disturbing murders, uncover startling conspiracies, and navigate the strange virtual world of the near future where the internet has evolved into a fully immersive virtual realm.
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★★     Thrill
★★☆☆☆     Fun Factor
4.0 Samurai Champloo
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★☆☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.0 Kuragehime
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.0 Clannad – After Story
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.0 Kuroshitsuji
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
4.0 Garden of Words
The beauty of this anime is only matched by the elegance of its story. Not only is the animation itself outstanding and gorgeous beyond compare, but the characters themselves truly captured my heart and blew me away. This short film (~45min) resembles a poem in the way it communicates a breadth of emotion and depth of character with minimal story telling. The only problem I had with this anime was the respective ages of the two lovers, which boarders on reprehensible. However, if you can look past this fact or imagine them to be a little older, I still think this anime has a lot to offer. In general if you’re a sucker for romance or just a great appreciator of art and want something short to watch, this is for you. I highly recommend watching it on a rainy Saturday morning, ideally somewhere where you can see, hear, and/or smell the rain.
★★★★★     Beauty
★☆☆☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★☆☆☆☆     Fun Factor
4.0 Neon Genesis Evangelion
Set in a post-apocolyptic world, Earth’s most advanced defense organization, NERVE, strives to fend off attacks by strange other-worldly creatures identified as angels. 14 year old Ikari Shinji is selected to pilot one of NERVE’s EVA units, a mecha capable of defeating the angels, but struggles with the psychological ramifications of what it means to be an EVA pilot. The mysterious setting, thrilling battle scenes, political intrigue, and above all else the psychological struggles of each of the characters combine to make this a truly enthralling experience. However, most of the mysteries of the setting and the plot are left unexplained by the end, on top of which the last two episodes are really just an intensive psychological analysis of each of the characters. While ultimately unsatisfying in the way it concludes, this is still a major classic of the genre and definitely worth watching (except for perhaps the last two episodes).
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★☆☆☆     Fun Factor
3.9 Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
Another middle-school romantic drama for the books. While the artistic style is quite lovely, the actual animation often feels rushed or unnatural. I also found the pacing to be a bit off-putting as the sheer quantity of introspections and flash-backs often leave the action of the main plot struggling to move forward as if it had just had both of its legs chopped off and it was struggling to drag itself across the stage while a pair of deranged children played five finger fillet with its hands. That being said, the emotional impact was staggering. Nothing about the setup is all that novel and yet it will still bring you to your knees by the end. What’s special about this anime is of course the music. Carefully chosen to resonate with the emotional struggles of each character, you will cease to be earth-bound when listening to this music and find yourself drawn into each character’s world the way you do when first falling in love. All things considered, this is a fairly ordinary anime, but if you find yourself drawn to it, I guarantee that you’ll discover something extraordinary.
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
3.8 Kamisama Hajimemashita (=^^=)
Great little anime that I absolutely fell in love with! It’s a cute romantic comedy about a human girl who is given the powers of the local Earth Deity and ends up living at a shrine with a cantankerous yet sweet fox spirit for whom she eventually develops feelings. The second season just came out this year, so there may be more to come. If you’re looking for something fun and easy to watch but with characters to whom you’ll get emotionally attached then look no further!
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★☆☆☆     Complexity
★★★☆☆     Emotional Intensity
★★☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★★     Fun Factor
3.8 Noragami
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
3.8 Sword Art Online: Mother’s Rosario
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
3.8 Natsuiro Kiseki
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★☆☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★★     Fun Factor
3.8 Hanasaku Iroha
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★☆☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★★     Fun Factor
3.8 Hibike! Euphonium
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★☆☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★★     Fun Factor
3.8 Canaan
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★★     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
3.8 Children Who Chase Lost Voices
★★★★★     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
3.7 Gin’iro no Kami no Agito
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
3.7 Log Horizon
★★☆☆☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★☆☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
3.7 Fate/Zero
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★☆☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
3.7 Flying Witch
This is a slice-of-life anime in the purest sense. Sure it centers around a witch and juxtaposes the magical and the mundane, but that’s more of set dressing for what this anime is really about… food. Seriously, this anime LOVES food. However, this anime, like a lazy, sunny, summer afternoon, takes everything at its own pace. If you’re looking for something utterly pleasant and relaxing to watch, then look no further (particularly if you enjoy cooking).
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★☆☆☆     Complexity
★☆☆☆☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
3.7 Shirobako
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★☆☆     Emotional Intensity
★★☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor
3.7 Hanayamata
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★☆☆☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★☆☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★★★     Fun Factor
X.X Boku Dake ga Inai Machi
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★★     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★☆☆☆     Fun Factor
X.X K
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
X.X Fractale
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
X.X Patema Inverted
★★★★☆     Beauty
★★★★☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★★☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
X.X Haibane Renmei
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
X.X Sukitte Ii Na Yo
★★★☆☆     Beauty
★★☆☆☆     Complexity
★★★☆☆     Emotional Intensity
★★☆☆☆     Thrill
★★★☆☆     Fun Factor
X.X Trigun
★★☆☆☆     Beauty
★★★☆☆     Complexity
★★★★☆     Emotional Intensity
★★★☆☆     Thrill
★★★★☆     Fun Factor

 

Rating Anime Animation Story Characters
4.0 Spice and Wolf 3.8 4.0 4.2
4.0 Sword Art Online: Gun Gale 4.2 3.8 4.2
4.0 Romeo x Juliet 3.8 4.2 4.0
3.9 Toradora! 3.8 3.4 4.3
3.9 Angel Beats! 3.5 3.8 4.2
3.9 Last Exile 3.5 4.5 3.9
3.8 Watamote 3.8 3.7 4.0
3.8 Clannad 3.9 3.7 3.8
3.8 Gekkan Shoujo Nozakikun 3.7 3.7 4.2
3.8 Kotoura-san 3.8 3.7 3.9
3.8 Sword Art Online: Alfheim 4.2 3.2 4.2
3.8 Asobi ni Iku yo! 3.7 3.8 3.8
3.8 Air 3.8 3.9 3.7
3.8 Dot Hack – Quantum 3.9 3.6 3.9
3.7 The Vision of Escaflowne 3.0 4.3 3.9
3.7 Rinne no Lagrange 3.8 3.5 3.7
3.6 School Rumble 3.2 3.6 3.8
3.6 Chobits 3.2 3.6 3.8
3.6 K-On! 3.8 3.6 4.0
3.6 Kanokon 3.4 3.4 3.8
3.5 Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu 3.6 3.4 3.6
3.5 Space Battleship Yamato 2199 3.0 3.8 3.6
3.4 Gunslinger Girl 3.8 3.7 3.1
3.3 DN Angel 2.6 3.8 3.4
3.2 Kiss x Siss 3.3 3.0 3.3
3.0 Sora no Otoshimono 3.2 2.4 3.4
/ Aoi Hana / / /
/ Shuffle! / / /
/ Akira / / /
/ Nerawareta Gakuen / / /
/ Little Witch Academia / / /
/ Dennou Coil / / /

 

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Index


A
Air
Akira
Angel Beats!
Ano Hana
Aoi Hana
Asobi ni Iku yo! (e) (=^^=)

B
Baccano!
Black Butler
Boku Dake ga Inai Machi

C
Canaan
Children Who Chase Lost Voices
Chobits (e)
Clannad
Clannad – After Story
Cowboy Bebop

D
Dennou Coil
DN Angel
Dot Hack – Quantum
Durarara!!

E
Ef – A Tale of Memories
Eureka Seven

F
Fate/Zero
Five Centimeters Per Second
Flip Flappers
Flying Witch
Fractale
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

G
Garden of Words
Gekkan Shoujo Nozakikun
Gin’iro no Kami no Agito
Gunslinger Girl

H
Haibane Renmei
Hanasaku Iroha
Hanayamata
Hibike! Euphonium
Higashi no Eden
Hotarubi no Mori e
Hourou Musuko
Hyouka

I

J

K
K
K-On!
Kamisama Hajimemashita (=^^=)
Kanokon (e) (=^^=)
Kiss x Siss (e)
Kotoura-san
Kuragehime
Kuroshitsuji
Kyoukai no Kanata

L
Last Exile
Little Witch Academia
Log Horizon

M
Miss Hokusai

N
Nagi no Asukara
Natsuiro Kiseki
Natsume Yuujinchou
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Nerawareta Gakuen
No Game No Life (e) (=^^=)
Noragami

O
Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki (=^^=)

P
Patema Inverted
Psycho Pass
Puella Magi Madoka Magica

Q

R
Rinne no Lagrange
Romeo x Juliet

S
Sakamichi no Apollon
Samurai Champloo
School Rumble
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
Shingeki no Kyojin
Shirobako
Shuffle! (e)
Sora no Otoshimono (e)
Space Battleship Yamato 2199
Spice and Wolf (=^^=)
Steins;Gate
Sukitte Ii Na Yo
Suzumiya Haruhi no Shoushitsu
Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu
Sword Art Online

T
Tengan Toppa Gurren Lagann
Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo
Tokyo Godfathers
Toradora!
Trigun

U
Usagi Drop

V
Vision of Escaflowne, The

W
Watamote

X

Y

Z

 

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