Review Blurbs

When it comes to anime and manga I’m probably one of the most open minded girls you’ll come across (although I don’t do Yaoi, Shojo-ai, Shonen-ai…etc). But for the most part if it’s a drama/romance I read the manga and if it’s action/horror/general I’ll watch the anime. I find it easier to take in the action when it’s animated, as opposed to watching the action happen panel to panel in a book.

The dates are when the series ended, followed by the genre.

Air (2005 – Drama, Romance)
Claymore (2007 – Supernatural, Horror, Action)
Hell Girl (2007- Horror, Mystery)
Mushishi (2006 – Occult, Mystery)
One Piece (Ongoing – Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama)
REC (2006 – Drama, Comedy, Romance)
Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei (2007 – Satire)
Skip Beat! (Ongoing – Comedy, Romance)
Soul Eater (Ongoing – Action, Comedy, Supernatural)
Vampire Knight (2008 – Drama, Supernatural, Romance)
Wallflower (2007 – Drama, Comedy, Romance)

Beauty Pop (Ongoing – Comedy, Romance)
Genshiken (2006 – Comedy, Slice-of-Life)
Lovely Complex (Love*Com) (Ongoing – Comedy, Romance)
Ouran High School Host Club (Ongoing – Comedy, Romance)
Paradise Kiss (2004 – Drama, Romance)
Princess Resurrection (Ongoing – Comedy, Action, Supernatural)
Pet Shop of Horrors (1998 – Horror, Mystery)
Skip Beat! (Ongoing – Comedy, Romance)
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (Ongoing – Comedy, Science Fiction)

Video Games
ICO (Playstation 2 – 2001- Sony)
Octomania (Wii – 2008 – Conspiracy Entertainment)
Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure (Playstation 1 – 2000- Atlus)
Skies of Arcadia (Gamecube – 2003 – Sega)
Summon Night:Twin Age (Nintendo DS – 2008 – Atlus)
Thousand Arms (Playstation – 1999 – Atlus)

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