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‘Supernatural’ Articles at SeventhStyle, Page 11

Everyone Goes Hiking In “Glasslip”

Jul 21, 2014 @ 19:51 CDT, in Episodic by daysofsummer
Everyone Goes Hiking In “Glasslip”
Glasslip returns without any improvements – it’s still as boring as ever, a lot of things equally worthless occur, meaning nothing really occurs at all, making for another unentertaining unsuccessful effort again. ... read more

Pierrot’s Next Anime – “Akatsuki No Yona”

Jul 20, 2014 @ 5:19 CDT, in News by Seven
Pierrot’s Next Anime – “Akatsuki No Yona”
Akatsuki no Yona sounds peculiar, looks peculiar, and seemingly will indeed be one peculiar anime series – it’s yet another Pierrot work that’s not Naruto, looking like a classic Japanese adventure story. ... read more

“Tokyo Ghoul” Now Includes Cute Loli

Jul 18, 2014 @ 23:44 CDT, in Episodic by gargamesh
“Tokyo Ghoul” Now Includes Cute Loli
Despite having significantly less whining, this latest airing of Tokyo Ghoul isn’t any better than the previous two – in fact, it’s much worse, as there’s simply nothing of interest to occur throughout the episode. ... read more

“Fate/Kaleid Liner 2wei!” Erotic Loli Kissing

Jul 18, 2014 @ 14:02 CDT, in Episodic by daysofsummer
“Fate/Kaleid Liner 2wei!” Erotic Loli Kissing
Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei! returns with some legitimate plot, and more interestingly, a lot of loli fanfare – including an unforgettable, incredibly erotic, yuri kissing scene between Miyu and Kuro. ... read more

“Seirei Tsukai” Has No Dance, Just Pantsu

Jul 15, 2014 @ 1:32 CDT, in Episodic by gargamesh
“Seirei Tsukai” Has No Dance, Just Pantsu
Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance premieres, taking otaku into a fantasy world where there’s only females, and one male, and girls actually talk to this loser, who can somehow reply without stuttering excessively. ... read more

“Akame Ga Kill!” Killing Itself Slowly

Jul 14, 2014 @ 22:33 CDT, in Episodic by gargamesh
“Akame Ga Kill!” Killing Itself Slowly
Contrary to last episode where it at least raised some hopes, Akame ga Kill returns for a very shallow and lackluster second episode, where in a very rare instance, bikinis and pantsu result in disappointment. ... read more

“Assassination Classroom” Smart Summer Fashion

Jul 14, 2014 @ 18:22 CDT, in News by gargamesh & Seven
“Assassination Classroom” Smart Summer Fashion
Alien-sensei assassination anime, “Assassination Classroom” has released a new key visual, revealing completely nothing about assassination, but instead, teens with vibrant hair in their casual summer clothing. ... read more

“Kusen Madoushi” Harem Action Anime

Jul 14, 2014 @ 0:40 CDT, in News by Seven
“Kusen Madoushi” Harem Action Anime
From the bunko that brought us critically despised works like Date A Live and High School DxD, Fantasia Bunko’s newest novel confirmed to soon be an anime series is “Kusen Madoushi Kouhosei no Kyoukan”. ... read more

“Tokyo ESP” Thinks Protagonists Are Obsolete

Jul 13, 2014 @ 23:06 CDT, in Episodic by 01reala
“Tokyo ESP” Thinks Protagonists Are Obsolete
Tokyo ESP debuts this season with another theme focusing on Tokyo City and superhuman beings known as Espers – a vain attempt to bring anything new or appealing, very short of fascinating or intriguing. ... read more

“Glasslip” Jumps To Confessions

Jul 13, 2014 @ 21:36 CDT, in Episodic by daysofsummer
“Glasslip” Jumps To Confessions
Glasslip returns and improves slightly on its debut – a few notions are explained, and what should’ve made sense from the start now does, however too many flaws remain, making this episode sub-par as well. ... read more

“Rokujouma” Has Everything Except Story

Jul 13, 2014 @ 1:46 CDT, in Episodic by Yamada II
“Rokujouma” Has Everything Except Story
Silver Link’s latest in generic harem achievements, Rokujyōma no Shinryakusha?!, makes a mediocre debut with no standout qualities of any kind whatsoever – a pinnacle accomplishment in the way of harem. ... read more

Violence Is Love In “Tokyo Ghoul”

Jul 12, 2014 @ 14:37 CDT, in Episodic by gargamesh
Violence Is Love In “Tokyo Ghoul”
It’s angst, combined with even more angst. Tokyo Ghoul’s second spectacle is simply a repeat of the previous one, albeit now increasingly concentrated on friendship between MC and his one guy friend. ... read more

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