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Anime Review – Love Live! School Idol Project

Love Live! School idol project

Love Live! School Idol Project
ラブライブ! School idol project
Seinen – Comedy, musical
13 Episodes (complete)
Crunchyroll / NIS America

Summary:

Honoka loves her school. Unfortunately, Otonokizaka is probably going to shut down due to a lack of students. Honoka comes up with a brilliant idea to save the academy: create a group of school idols! Honoka recruits her two best friends to join, and together they hope their new idol group can raise enrollment. But they’ll learn being an idol isn’t so easy…

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Anime Opinion – Why Sailor Moon Crystal was a Big Disappointment for Me

So we’ve finished the 26 episodes of the reboot of the first magical-girl-mixed-with-sentai-elements series. While rumors swirl of a continuation, I explain why I felt let down by the revival of my first anime and manga. UPDATE: Season three confirmed.

Spoilers for the original anime, Crystal, and manga are below. However, most information is pretty much common knowledge by now. More importantly, long post ahead!

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Anime Review – Uta no Prince-sama Maji LOVE Revolutions

Uta no Prince-sama Maji LOVE Revolutions

Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Maji LOVE Revolutions
Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Revolutions
うたの☆プリンスさまっ♪マジLOVEレボリューションズ
Shoujo – Romance, comedy, reverse harem, musical
13 Episodes (complete)
Crunchyroll

Summary:

While working as ST☆RISH’s composer, Shining Saotome gives Haruka a new job: write a song for QUARTET NIGHT to compete to be the opening act in an international sports event. ST☆RISH, however, can’t help but be envious of their senpai…

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Opinion – Supporting Official Releases

I recently posted an article about Shojo Beat’s editor discussing licenses. One of the major points was that scanlation views do not necessarily translate into sales. This is wrong. While I, too, am guilty, I do not condone not supporting the releases when they are available in your country and/or language. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons people use as justifications and why they just don’t stick.

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