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I write stuffs, mostly reviews, rants and things that inspire me. Usually Japan stuffs, anime or shows, but definitely not limited to that. It might look like I'm posting daily, but truth is most of my posts are queued. I do that because I can't be online 24/7, but I like to keep this blog running. So it might be hard to know if I'm publishing real-time or not. I also don't generally read comments or messages due to many reasons (my bad!), so pardon if it took me long enough to get back to you (or if I don't at all ahaha).

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Hello October! September marked the wrap up of several shows that were on my latest watch-list, which is why you’d realize that I’ve been reviewing a lot at the end of the month. To start off my favorite month of the year (wanna guess why?), allow me to do a(nother) review for one US show I’m still following until now. You don’t need to guess what that is, the above images already gave a clear answer, right?

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Here’s some screencaps from the GARO: Makai no Hana finale.
Enjoy! :)

I came in to the GARO franchise a bit late, due to its ‘adult content’. However, I ended up investing myself in this Tokusatsu show, mainly for Kouga Saejima and Kaoru Mitsuki's story which was surprisingly compelling. When the 2nd season wrapped up their story nicely, I thought to myself, that my GARO days was over too. The franchise kept on going though, and then Makai no Hana (The Flower of Makai) comes along.

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Have you ever played a game, that unlocked a new replay mode (sometimes extended with new story) after you’ve beaten it for the first time? That particular mode is usually called New Game Plus, and well… apart from several titles (such as Pokemon), is actually something I couldn’t care less. Why do I need to bring that up? It’s because I’m reviewing an anime show, based on a game that is in a way, a New Game Plus version of the original. Ladies and Gentleman, yes… I’m talking about Persona 4 Golden The Animation.

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For me personally, Free! was a phenomenal show. It was hitting all the right notes, and made me a believer eventhough sport anime was never my thing (and probably never will). I was glad and excited when its last episode flagged a certain message, that they would be back next summer. A promise that made me eagerly stood in line, and the wait was over when Free!: Eternal Summer aired…

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