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A young man looks at all the obscure anime that Japan has to offer.
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Jacob Hope Chapman Jacob Hope Chapman ...  JesuOtaku / ... 74 episodes, 2010-2014
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A young man looks at all the obscure anime that Japan has to offer.

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1 March 2010 (USA) See more »

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Pretty bad but there are worse.
15 January 2013 | by siorafasnacilliniSee all my reviews

I can't stress enough that these are by no means the worst anime reviews ever; in fact they're the best of the worst but that says very little when it comes to anime reviews and they are still far from even mediocrity. The reviews are a horrible combination of 3 of the worst things about anime and us its fans; boring shows with stupid premises, reviewed in a boring way and those infuriating blivets that are emoticons (if how you feel about something is obvious then why bother with them and if you can't express your feelings clearly then why not just try harder?). Worse yet there is text on screen showing her follow up thoughts meaning you have to read the text on screen, listen to her voice and watch the clips being shown from the anime all at once. The highlight of the show is in the 2nd part of her Evangelion review where she refutes the existentialist statements from the various characters; this displayed a brilliant knowledge of philosophy that I had no idea she possessed until then and I would have countered their statements in the same way.


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