On a fateful day in July 2012, we created our first post. Shoujo Hitler was bad, but much worse was our first impressions of the anime adaptation of Kingdom that went up shortly thereafter. It’s five years later and anime is still bad, but somehow someway we are still here, carrying out our solemn duty to warn…
The 4th episode of The Irregular At Magic High School (or Mahouka for short) caused a burst of internet born drama. Interpretations of the political and ethical implications of Mahouka’s message were the cause.
Kirito recaps the show to a government agent as the ladies teach Suguha how to swim, after which everyone ventures into a new underwater dungeon in ALfheim Online.
Hit the “Random” button and see what comes up! In this feature, we take a look at whatever manga the Random Number God decides to throw at us and find out if it’s worth your time. This time: Oniichan no Koto ga Suki Sugite Nyan Nyan Shitai Burakon Imouto dakedo Sunao ni Narenai no, by…
Having made up his mind and already turned down Ayase, Kyousuke must now confront the other girls – including the one he truly loves.
Kirino remembers her childhood and how she used to get along with her brother. She recalls how their relationship deteriorated and how she got into her otaku hobbies.
Kyousuke’s housewarming party falls apart as the girls start to argue over who will cook and clean for him while he’s away from home. Kirino ends the debate by appointing Ayase as his caretaker for the next month while he studies.
Kyousuke and Kirino’s parents are starting to get suspicious as the two seem to be getting along really well. As a result, their father decides Kyousuke should temporarily live on his own so he can focus on his studies. All out Harem Warfare breaks out as he is visited in succession by Kirino, Kanako, Ayase, and Kuroneko at his new apartment.
Ayase finds out about Kyousuke’s break up and makes her move. She invites him to go with her to help Kanako at MeruFest. Kirino is planning on going to MeruFest but is running late at a photo shoot, so Kyousuke rushes out to get her.
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Kyousuke and Kuroneko spend their summer together fulfilling her “Destiny Record”, although her ultimate goal may be different than what anyone was expecting.
Kuroneko makes her move on Kyousuke, much to no one’s surprise. Kyousuke prepares to give her an answer by the end of the make-up Comiket party.
After witnessing the horror of the Level 6 experiment and surviving her encounter with Accelerator, Mikoto tries to come to grips with her experience.
Kirino brings home her boyfriend for the Comiket after party, much to the dismay of Kyousuke and her father. Caught in the crossfire is Kuroneko, who is ready to put an end to the tension.
Mikoto finally encounters one of her clones and accidentally spends the afternoon with her as she tries to get more information. The situation changes drastically when she discovers the true, horrifying nature of their existence.
Kirino asks Kyousuke to pose as her boyfriend to help her avoid a persistent modeling agency scout. Things get awkward until Kuroneko asks them to participate in her book for Comiket.
Kirino’s roommate and friendly rival from America arrives in Japan for a visit. The Kousakas show her around Akihabara before she proposes a race.
Kyousuke, Kirino and Kuroneko make a surprise visit to Saori’s house for her birthday. After her friends see her without her glasses for the first time, Saori remembers how she got into her various otaku hobbies.
Ayase is so concerned about Kirino’s latest gaming obsession that she seeks Kyousuke’s advice. He tries to confront Kirino, but ends up hooked on the game himself. This doesn’t go over well with Manami, who teams up with Ayase to set things straight.
Kirino returns from America and settles back into her old habits. Kyousuke has a new challenge on his hands though as he tries to sort out his relationship with Kuroneko.