Archive | September 2013

Diabolik Lovers: Episode Two Thoughts



Nope nope nope.

Nope nope nope nope nope nope nope.

Nope nope nope nope nope nope.

Nope nope nope.


Fuck this anime. It’s a piece of shit. Review over. Anime dropped and gets life in prison without parole for under-aged rape. Good night, everybody.


Diabolik Lovers: First Impression


Wow. I can’t believe the Fall Season has just started! And I can’t believe I just watched this anime! How was it?







To be honest, it sucks.

What’re the goods?

So far, the only ones I can think of are the animation and the quality.

What’re the bads?

Let’s start with the pacing. I got pretty damn annoyed with it. It was either too fast or too slow (most of the time with the latter). Especially when introducing the characters. Hell, I still don’t think I’ve been introduced to them at all.

Then, there’s the story, which is just a fucking excuse to attempt covering up the fact that it’s just going to be a reverse harem.

Next is the fact that it was fucking boring as shit. Thank God it was only fifteen minutes long or else I’d probably shoot some kindergarten babies.

But the biggest problem are the characters. My God, did I hate them all. The main reason why is because they’re all douche-bags. Now, I don’t mind douche-bags in anime so as long as they’re realistic like (I’m going to get a lot of shit for this) Makoto from School Days. One of the reasons I respect Makoto is because I know this person. The Dio boys… who the fuck are they? They’re not realistic to the point where I respect it. In many ways, I found them disgusting. In fact, I found this anime disgusting in general.

I’m just going to force myself to watch just one more episode to see if it gets less disgusting.

Love Lab: So Far My Thoughts on It (for the first three episodes)


If you guys were wondering where the hell I am, well you got your wish for another anime review. Ladies and gentlemen- Love Lab~!

I actually thought that I was going to fucking hate this anime, that it was going to be the worst piece of shit I’ve ever seen in my entire life. But, as I sat down and watched it, I was actually…


I love it when I piss you guys off by doing this. >B)

surprised. This anime is actually pretty damn good for a slice-of-life comedy.

So, what’s the story?

Riko, the main protagonist (raging girl above) is going to an all girls’ school. Aka,


…yeah, that.

She then gets to be the aide of the student council president, Maki. One day, Riko catches Maki practicing kissing on a pillow (or Huggy as Maki calls it), and then… that’s pretty much it; the Love Lab meetings start from there. Oh, and two other girls rival Riko and Maki to be in the student council.

So, what’re the goods of this anime?

First, the animation is clean and moves pretty smoothly. The voice-acting is decent enough as well. But personally, I think it’s the characters that make the show so good.


Well, except her, but that’s another story…

I especially love Sayo. I mean, she can be a good friend and stand up for Eno and Maki, but mainly she’s a self-centered bastard.

And I fucking love it!


Yeah, that’s right, ya little bastard. Keep doing what you’re doing.


Look at this son of a bitch go!

All (well, most) bring a lot of joy into this anime and make it entertaining. Especially Sayo.

So, what’re the bads?

One, the opening theme song is kind of boring. Yeah, it’s no Fantasista Dolls song (I’ll get to reviewing that sooner or later), but it’s cheesy and boring either way.

Second, despite the characters’ great personalities, I find myself not laughing as much as I probably should be. Don’t get me wrong; I do enjoy this anime a lot. I did do some chuckles and even a full-blown laugh at some of the jokes. But there seems to be something off with it. I just don’t know what it is…

Overall, I say check it out. You’ll be surprised.


Watamote! Episode Eight Thoughts


Stop lying, you asshole.



No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no 



I thought you were going to get a itsy, bitsy, teeny, weeny, yellow polka-dot bikini better. I actually had hope for you.

WELL THAT’S NOW GONE! It’s disgusting to even think that I had hope for this piece of shit.



So, what pissed me off this time?

Tomoko’s cousin Kii came over to her house. So, Tomoko has to lie about her life in order to impress Kii.

You see why I think Tomoko is a disgusting character yet? No?

She uses a vacuum to use as kisses (which are obviously fake by the way), and puts the sucker on her mouth. Little did this dumb ass know that the sucker can kill you. Her mom finds out, and smacks the shit out of her (which she should’ve done in the first episode).

So, Kii comes over and Tomoko lies to her about some boyfriend. They go to the library, and Kii gets a book while her cousin waits for her. Then, one of the guys that gave her a new umbrella returns and asks for her name.

The next day, both girls discover Umbrella Guy with another girl. Dumb as a brick, Kii asks if it was okay. Tomoko, being a liar, says that they have a very open relationship. So Kii confronts Umbrella Guy, and wouldn’t you know it? He doesn’t know what the hell she was talking about. Then Tomoko comes out and admits the truth. Now, Kii knows that her cousin was nothing but a liar the entire time. 

Oh, and Tomoko cheats at a children’s card game. What a surprise.

I fucking hate, hate, hate Tomoko. What jackass would do something as heinous as lying to one of your relatives, especially someone who looks up to you?! And I’m not putting all the blame on Tomoko. No no no. Kii is part of the blame because it should’ve been obvious that her cousin was lying to begin with.

A lot of people say that the lesson of the episode is to trust someone for who they are. Ha ha, no. That’s not what the episode taught. The lesson taught me not to trust liars, especially Tomoko.

Sigh, yet another anime to drop.