Eric Perez

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Review: Alice & Zouroku

By Eric Perez / July 28, 2017 /

Producer: J.C.Staff Director: Sakurabi Katsushi Writer: Fumihiko Takayama Starring: Ohwada Hiomi & Oosuka Akio Distributors: Funimation Genre: Adventure, Mystery, Seinen Rating: PG-13 Winner of the Japan Media Arts Festival’s New Face Award for manga, Alice & Zouroku began its serialization in 2012 and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon, as its anime adaptation testifies. In…

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Review: Blame!

By Eric Perez / June 26, 2017 /

Distributor: Netflix Director: Hiroyuki Seshita Writers: Tsutomu Nihei and Sadayuki Murai Starring: Takahiro Sakurai/Kyle McCarley, Kana Hanazawa/Christina Vee, Sora Amamiya/Christine Marie Cabaonos Genre: Action, Sci-fi, Psychological, Drama, Mecha, Seinen Rating: TV-14 Netflix original movies tend to catch my eye (because I’ve enjoyed many of them), so when I saw a manga-adapted anime being promoted on…

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Review: Alice to Zouroku – Episode 1: The Red Queen Escapes

By Eric Perez / April 17, 2017 /

Review Alice to Zouroku is based off of a manga which I have never read, so I didn’t know what to expect going into this first episode… And I was pleasantly surprised! (Interestingly, this first episode is around 45 minutes long, though that’s not the only “surprise” I refer to here.) Don’t let its premise…

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Review: Masamune-kun no Revenge

By Eric Perez / April 14, 2017 /

Producer: Silver Link Studio Director: Mirai Minato Writers: Michiko Yokote and Kento Shimoyama Starring: Ohashi Ayaka, Hanae Natsuki, Minase Inori, and Mimori Suzuko Distributors: Tokyo MX, AT-X, and BS Fuji (Japan); Funimation (North America) Genre: Comedy, Harem, Romance, School, Shounen Rating: PG-13 I watched Masamune-kun no Revenge mainly due to the humorousness of its premise. Knowing…

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How You View God Changes How You View Death Note

By Eric Perez / March 29, 2017 /

A story like Death Note doesn’t come around too often. It’s one of the rare anime that makes a unique impact on the medium itself. The premise of the show piques curiosity: one of the death gods has dropped his Death Note (a notebook that enables the wielder to determine who dies) into the human…

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