Manly man with literally explosive karate skills? Check. Three schoolgirl lesbians and aliens? Check. Bloody and gory violence? Check. At least one scene with naked boobies? Check. Awesomeness? SUPER Check!
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I've been adding some anime shows and sinema to my DVD/Blu-Ray collection, and two new additions that I'm especially glad that I bought are a couple of anime sinema from the 80's that were beautifully remastered and rereleased on DVD kwa Discotek Media. These two awesome movies, both released in the same mwaka of 1986, are known as Fist of the North Star: The Movie, and Project A-Ko, both of which I'll be covering in this...
Anime: Japanese for "animation" au "cartoons." In American fandom however, it's used to refer to any form of uhuishaji produced in Japan. anime comes in the form of animated TV shows au movies, video games, and comic books.
AMV: stands for anime muziki Video. AMVs are video made kwa mashabiki that feature scenes from anime together with audio from another chanzo such as English songs, dialogue au muziki from another TV show, au movie trailers. The best AMVs are praised for their good video editing techniques and cleverness in choosing the best anime scenes to go with the chosen song au dialogue.
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It is virtually impossible to discuss School Days without noting its rather divisive reception. Based off of the visual novel School Days HQ, some people think this anime is bloody stellar, featuring a multi-layered quandary and conspicuous ending that will be sure to stick with the viewer long after it has finished. Others despise it, claiming that the characters are malevolent and/or irrational to the core, causing the ujumla, jumla experience to be infuriating to watch as a result. And while my score of this anime will very obviously indicate...