Gin no Guardian Review


The Silver Guardian (simplified Chinese- 银之守墓人; traditional Chinese- 銀之守墓人; pinyin: Yín Zhī Shǒu Mù Rén) is a Chinese web manhua created by Ling Meng and illustrated by Ming Xung. It was published by Tencent through their Tencent AC Web Comic service, compiling the series into 237 chapters.
A Chinese-Japanese anime television series adaptation produced by Emon and directed by Masahiko Ohkura premiered on Tokyo MX on 1 April 2017. The series is licensed by Funimation. A second season premiered in January 2018.
The story follows a High school student and intense gamer Suigin Riku as he attends the prestigious Shinryou Private Academy, a school for the elite and the wealthy.
However Suigin is anything but; in fact, he is very poor and has to work many part-time jobs just to pay for his tuition. One day while he is working a pool cleaning job one of his many jobs, he sees a cat drowning and without hesitation jumps in to save the kitty.
To much surprise, it turns out he can't swim either and flails around drowning.
Luckily a girl came by, by the name Rei Riku and saves him. He didn't know this but she was the daughter of the game developer that created his favorite game.

Sousei no Onmyouji Review


Twin Star Exorcists (双星の陰陽師, Sōsei no Onmyōji) is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Yoshiaki Sukeno.
The manga has been serialized in Shueisha's Jump Square magazine since October 2013, with individual chapters collected into twenty-three tankōbon volumes as of November 2020.
The story revolves around Rokuro Enmado and Benio Adashino, a pair of young and talented exorcists, who (according to a prophecy) are destined to marry and have a child that will be the ultimate exorcist.
The series was adapted into an anime television series by Studio Pierrot, that ran from April 6, 2016 to March 29, 2017. The manga series has been licensed for an English language release in North America by Viz Media, publishing the first volume in July 2015.
A video game was developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for the PS Vita and released on January 26, 2017 in Japan.
As of December 2018, three light novels and two spin-off manga series have also been published and released in Japan.

Vampire Holmes Review


Vampire Holmes (ヴァンパイアホームズ, Vuanpaia Hōmuzu) is a Japanese smartphone game app developed by Cucuri for iOS and Android devices. The game started servie on November 13, 2014. A short TV anime series premiered in Japan on tvk on April 4, 2015.
The game original creator Yoshinobu Sena voices the protagonist and writes the theme song for the anime. The theme song "Everlasting Love" is performed by Nami Tamaki.
The story of the original game takes place in London shrouded in night, where "Vampire Slasher" incidents have been happening in the streets.
The player must work with Holmes, a detective who does not explain mysteries and does not use reasoning skills, to investigate a suspicious mansion and learn the truth.
The anime series features Holmes as the protagonist. He is a private detective who does not reason, or not even explain mysteries. However, he always solves the cases requested. He secretly undertakes a mission from the Metropolitan Police of London to search for vampires.

Majin Bone Review


Majin Bone (マジンボーン) is a digital card game by Bandai. A manga series is serialized in the magazine Saikyo Jump by Shueisha[1] and an anime television series debuted on April 1, 2014 on TX Network stations.
Shougo is a regular high school student that notices strange occurrences all over the Earth. Most of them are being attributed to weather phenomenons.
When visiting his friend Saho's house one afternoon he hears a mysterious sound. The sound ends up being the voice of Dragon Bone resonating with him.
The two merge, and, while he is reluctant at first to accept the responsibility of fighting, Shougo determines he must fight in order to protect his everyday life.

Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei Review


The Irregular at Magic High School (Japanese: 魔法科高校の劣等生, Hepburn: Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei, lit. "The Poor Performing Student of a Magic High School") is a Japanese web novel series by Tsutomu Satō.
It was published on Shōsetsuka ni Narō, an internet web novel website, between October 2008 and March 2011. Satō reached a deal with Dengeki Bunko and began releasing his work in a light novel format beginning July 2011. The story takes place in an alternate history where magic exists and is polished through technology, and follows Tatsuya and Miyuki Shiba, siblings who enroll into First High magic high school.
While keeping their connections to the infamous Yotsuba clan secret, they attempt to live their daily life in peace, but Tatsuya is shunned for his apparent ineptness and Miyuki is validated for her magical abilities.
In 2013, each story arc received a manga adaptation with varying manga artists and publishers. That same year, an anime adaptation by Madhouse was announced and was broadcast between April and September 2014.
The Irregular at Magic High School franchise had been localized for English by two companies: The light novels and one of the manga adaptations are licensed by Yen Press while Aniplex of America licensed the anime series.
The anime series was simulcasted on four networks, and was later made available on Netflix. An anime film featuring an original story by Satō premiered in Japan on June 17, 2017, while a second season taking place after the anime series by Eight Bit premiered on October 4, 2020. The season is licensed in North America, United Kingdom, and Ireland by Funimation

Mahou Shoujo Taisen Review


Magica Wars (魔法少女大戦, Mahō Shōjo Taisen, lit. "Magical Girl Wars") is a media franchise created by the internet television variety show 2.5 Jigen Terebi.
It consists of an iOS game titled Magica Wars Lock-On which was released on December 20, 2013; a free-to-play smartphone browser game by DMM Games titled Magica Wars Tactics, released in January 2014; a PlayStation Vita game was released on March 27, 2014; and an anime television series by Gainax that aired on April 8, 2014.
The franchise personifies Japan's 47 prefectures, each one being represented by a magical girl.
The character designs are determined via a contest on the art website Pixiv. The voice actress for each girl was born in the prefecture that they represent.

Sumiko Review


Sumiko (澄子, Sumiko) is a Nura Clan board member and the chairwoman of an unknown clan. She has long white hair and wears a black kimono fastened with a red sash. Perhaps her most distinctive feature is a spider-like mask on her face and a long, thin ribbon in her hair.
She has long white hair in a high ponytail and wears a black kimono fastened with a red sash.
Perhaps her most distinctive feature is a spider-like mask on her face and a long, thin ribbon in her hair, that has spider like legs at the sides.
In the manga her hair is shown to be black rather then white.
Not much is known about her personality as she never spoke in the manga.