Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear Review

Kuma Bear (くまクマ熊ベアー, Kuma Beā) is a Japanese light novel arrangement composed by Kumanano and represented by 029. It started serialization online in 2014 on the client produced novel distributing site Shōsetsuka ni Narō.

It was later procured by Shufu to Seikatsu Sha, who have distributed fourteen volumes since May 2015 under their PASH! Books engrave. A manga variation with workmanship by Sergei has been serialized online through Shufu to Seikatsu Sha's Comic PASH! site since 2018 and has been gathered in five tankōbon volumes.

Both the light novel and manga have been authorized in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. An anime TV arrangement transformation by EMT Squared debuted in October 2020.

In January 2020, an anime TV arrangement transformation was declared on the fourteenth volume of the light novel.

The arrangement is vivified by EMT Squared and coordinated by Yuu Nobuta, with Takashi Aoshima taking care of arrangement creation, Yuki Nakano planning the characters, and Shigeo Komori making the music. Hisashii Ishii fills in as arrangement chief.

The arrangement debuted on October 7, 2020 on AT-X and different organizations. Azumi Waki played out the initial topic "Itsuka no Kioku" (イツカノキオク), while Maki Kawase played out the completion subject "Ano ne." (あのね。, "You Know What."). Funimation gained the arrangement and is streaming it on its site in North America and the British Isles. The arrangement will air for 12 scenes.

Uchuu Kyoudai Review

Space Brothers (Japanese: 宇宙兄弟, Hepburn: Uchū Kyōdai) is a Japanese manga series by Chūya Koyama which has been serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Morning since December 2007. It has been nominated twice for the Manga Taishō, in 2009 and 2010.
An anime adaptation by A-1 Pictures aired in Japan from April 1, 2012 to March 22, 2014. It was adapted into a live action film that premièred on May 5, 2012. An anime film premièred on August 9, 2014, titled Space Brothers #0 (Uchū Kyōdai #0 in Japanese).
In the summer of 2006, Mutta Nanba and his younger brother, Hibito, witness what they believe to be a UFO, which flies off towards the Moon. Hibito decides he will go onto the Moon whilst Mutta decides he will aim for Mars.
Nineteen years later, in the year 2025, Hibito has become a fully fledged JAXA astronaut assigned to go on a mission towards the moon. Mutta, on the other hand, has not been so successful in achieving his dreams.
As Mutta eventually recalls his past ambitions, he receives a letter stating he has been accepted to join a JAXA training program for new astronauts. The series follows Mutta as he seeks to become an astronaut and achieve his longtime dream just like his brother did.

Wakaokami wa Shougakusei! Review

Okko's Inn (若おかみは小学生!, Waka Okami wa Shōgakusei!, transl. "The Young Innkeeper Is a Grade Schooler!") is a series of Japanese children's novels, written by Hiroko Reijō and illustrated by Asami.
Kodansha released twenty volumes between 2003 and 2013 under their Aoi Tori Bunko imprint.
A manga adaptation with art by Eiko Ōuchi was serialized in Kodansha's shōjo manga Nakayoshi. It was collected in seven tankōbon volumes.
It was nominated for an Annie Award for Best Animated Feature - Independent.

Peacemaker Review

Peacemaker is the name of a series of superheroes originally owned by Charlton Comics and later acquired by DC Comics.
The original Peacemaker first appeared in Fightin' 5 #40 (November 1966) and was created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette.
The Christopher Smith incarnation of Peacemaker will make his cinematic debut in James Gunn's DC Extended Universe film, The Suicide Squad (2021), portrayed by John Cena, who will reprise his role in a television series for HBO Max.

Sacred Seven Review

Sacred Seven (セイクリッドセブン, Seikuriddo Sebun), is a 2011 Japanese science fiction anime television series produced by Sunrise under the direction of Yoshimitsu Ohashi.
Script supervisor is Shin Yoshida with mechanical designs by Ippei Gyōbu. The series began broadcasting in Japan starting July 3, 2011 on the Mainichi Broadcasting System and later will be rebroadcast by TV Kanagawa, TV Aichi, Tokyo MX, and Teletama.
The anime was originally licensed by Bandai Entertainment for streaming, but they shut down in 2012. Following the 2012 closure of Bandai Entertainment, Sunrise announced at Otakon 2013, that Sentai Filmworks has rescued Sacred Seven, along with a handful of other former BEI titles.

SaiKano Review

Saikano: The Last Love Song on This Little Planet. (最終兵器彼女, Saishū Heiki Kanojo, lit. She, the Ultimate Weapon) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Shin Takahashi.
The manga was serialized in Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits magazine and the chapters collected into 7 tankōbon volumes. It has been licensed and distributed by Viz Media in North America. It is also distributed in the United Kingdom by Manga Entertainment (as "She, the Ultimate Weapon").
An anime television series adaptation animated by Gonzo aired from July to September 2002 and a side-story OVA series animated by Studio Fantasia was released in 2005. The anime television series was also licensed by Viz, but is now licensed by Sentai Filmworks.
A live-action movie adaptation was released in Japan on January 28, 2006 with Aki Maeda starring as Chise.

Taiko no Tatsujin Review

Taiko no Tatsujin is a series of rhythm games created by Namco. In the games, players simulate playing a taiko drum in time with music.
The series has released games for the arcade and for console and mobile platforms including PlayStation 2, Advanced Pico Beena, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, Wii, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android and Japanese Feature phones.
While the series is mainly designed for use within Japan, there are also localized versions for other regions, including English, Chinese and Korean-language versions.
The main objective of Taiko no Tatsujin games is to hit a simulated Taiko drum following a chosen piece of music, corresponding to notes scrolling from the right.

Zoku Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei Review

Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei (Japanese: さよなら絶望先生, Hepburn: Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei, literally "Goodbye, Mr. Despair") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kōji Kumeta.
It was serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine from April 2005 to June 2012 and the chapters collected into 30 tankōbon volumes.
The series follows Nozomu Itoshiki, a teacher who takes all aspects of life, word, and culture in the most negative light possible. It satirizes politics, media, and Japanese society.
In 2007, the manga received the 31st Kodansha Manga Award in the shōnen category. The manga has been adapted into three anime television series and two sets of OVAs animated by Shaft between 2007 and 2010.
More crazy antics abound as Nozomu Itoshiki (a.k.a Zetsubou-sensei), who is the worlds most negative person, tries to teach class 2-F about how life is filled with despair and darkness.
A harder task than it first may seem, with his students being far from ordinary themselves, including the likes of the most positive girl he has ever met, his very own stalker, a foreign exchange student with split personalities and a perfectionist acting class president, due to the fact the real class president can't be seen by anyone, among others.

Ladyspo Review

Ladyspo (Japanese: レディスポ, Hepburn: Redisupo), short for Lady Sports, is a Japanese science fiction comedy anime television series.
The anime will premiere on April 10, 2018.
The series is directed by Hiroshi Kimura, and the theme song, "Happy Thinking", is performed by Aina Kusuda.
Auditions for the anime started in March 2018 on the Nama TV streaming service.
The series will premiere on Tokyo MX on April 10, 2018.

Little Witch Academia Review

Little Witch Academia (Japanese: リトルウィッチアカデミア, Hepburn: Ritoru Witchi Akademia) is a Japanese anime franchise created by Yoh Yoshinari and produced by Trigger.
The original short film, directed by Yoshinari and written by Masahiko Otsuka, was released in theaters in March 2013 as part of the Young Animator Training Project's Anime Mirai 2013 project, and was later streamed with English subtitles on YouTube from April 2013.
A second short film partially funded through Kickstarter, Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade, was released in October 2015.
An anime television series aired in Japan between January and June 2017, with the first 13 episodes available on Netflix worldwide beginning in June 2017.
The remaining 12 episodes of its first season was labeled as the show's second season and was made available on the platform in August 2017. Two manga series have been published by Shueisha.

Jewelpet Sunshine Review

Jewelpet (Japanese: ジュエルペット, Hepburn: Juerupetto), also called Jewel Pets, is a 2009 Japanese Fantasy anime series produced by Studio Comet, based on the Jewelpet franchise jointly created by Sanrio and Sega Sammy Holdings.
The series was written by Atsushi Maekawa (Digimon Adventure 02, Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Fresh Pretty Cure!) with direction from Nanako Sasaki, screenplay by Takashi Yamada (Yumeiro Pâtissière), and produced by Kazuya Watanabe (Onegai My Melody) with character designs from Tomoko Miyakawa.
It aired on TV Osaka and TV Tokyo from April 5, 2009 to March 26, 2010, replacing Onegai My Melody Kirara★ in its initial timeslot.
Jewelpet marks as Studio Comet's second animation work based on a Sanrio franchise and the second longest running Sanrio Anime series next to Kitty Paradise with 7 full seasons.
The series is noted to have a unique storyline, characters and elements revolving around Magic, Witches and Alchemy. The anime expanded into six more series, one movie, three official shojo manga adaptations, one official Light Novel and various Stage Plays, also moving from its previous broadcaster TV Osaka to TV Tokyo.
Each series were completely separate season to season, featuring different characters and storylines.

Gakuen Handsome Review

The school love story is set at Baramon High School, a private boys school for the prefecture's most elite.
The protagonist is a 17 year old boy who transfers to the school and meets various major players on campus, such as the outlaw teacher, the soccer captain, and a childhood friend whom the protagonist has not seen for 7 years.
The school presents opportunities for friendship, love and conflict, and changes are now bound to happen in the main characters life...
The art style and animation is so amazing! You can really tell how much effort was put into this anime
This is seriously hilarious. It makes fun of the clichés in reverse harems and shounen ai anime.

Galilei Donna Review

Galilei Donna: Storia di tre sorelle a caccia di un mistero (ガリレイドンナ, Garirei donna, lit. Galilei Donna: Story of three sisters in search of a mystery) is an original anime television series created by Yasuomi Umetsu and produced by Fuji TV, Aniplex, Kyoraku, Dentsu, and A-1 Pictures.
It is directed by Umetsu, with Shingo Adachi as a character designer, Niθ as a mechanical designer, and Shirō Hamaguchi composing the music. Episode 1 was previewed at a screening in Tokyo on October 5, 2013. Regular broadcasting began on October 10, 2013.
Galilei Donna, set in 2061, is the story of the three Ferrari sisters—Hozuki, Kazuki, and Hazuki—descendants of Galileo Galilei who have completely different personalities and thus are constantly at odds with each other, until they are falsely accused of terrorism as part of a conspiracy involving an ancient treasure said to be left behind by Galileo.
As the only way to clear their names is to beat their enemies to the treasure, the Ferrari sisters follow the clues left by their ancestor and embark in a journey around the world to unveil its secrets.