To LOVE-Ru Darkness Review

To Love Ru (Japanese: To LOVEとらぶる, Hepburn: Toraburu) is a Japanese manga series written by Saki Hasemi and illustrated by Kentaro Yabuki, creator of Black Cat. The manga was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from April 2006 to August 2009, and the chapters collected into 18 tankōbon volumes.
The title, Toraburu (とらぶる), is the English gairaigo (loan word) "trouble", and "rabu" (ラブ) is the English loan word "love"; the title is a pun on the words "love" and "trouble", which describes the harem aspect of the series.
A drama CD was released in February 2008, featuring an original story along with character songs. A 26-episode anime television series adaptation by Xebec aired in Japan in 2008. Six original video animation episodes were produced by Xebec between April 2009 and April 2010.
A 12-episode second season by Xebec titled Motto To Love Ru aired in 2010. Four video games have been released for the Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita.
A continuation of the manga called To Love Ru Darkness was serialized in Shueisha's Jump Square magazine from October 2010 to March 2017, and the chapters collected into 18 tankōbon volumes. Xebec produced six OVA episodes of To Love Ru Darkness from August 2012 to April 2015. A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by Xebec aired in 2012. A second season, called To Love Ru: 2nd Darkness 2, aired in 2015. Four OVA episodes of To Love Ru: 2nd Darkness were released between January 2016 and November 2017.

Sore dake ga Neck Review

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Ushio to Tora Review

Ushio and Tora (Japanese: うしおととら, Hepburn: Ushio to Tora) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kazuhiro Fujita. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday from January 1990 to October 1996, with its chapters collected into thirty-three tankōbon volumes.
The manga was adapted into a 11-episode (including an additional episode) original video animation (OVA) produced by Pastel and released from September 1992 to October 1993. It was later adapted into a 39-episode anime television series produced by MAPPA and Studio VOLN, which aired from July 2015 to June 2016.
In North America, the OVA series has been licensed by ADV Films in 1998, and re-released in 2003, while the anime television series has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks in 2015.
In 1992, Ushio and Tora won the 37th Shogakukan Manga Award for the shōnen category. As of 2015, the manga had over 30 million copies in circulation.

Kurayami Santa Review

In the midst of Shouwa era Japan, greed runs rampant through the bustling cities and communities of the nation. King of Hell Enma Daiou summons an envoy into his office in the form of a small boy named Kurayami Santa.
Through Enma's debriefing, Santa learns that the amount of greed and selfish behavior produced by humans will soon create an enormous wave of souls entering into Hell simultaneously, which would be catastrophic for Hell itself.
Santa is given one mission: do something about it. With neither guidelines nor rules, Santa is tasked to handle the situation as he sees fit. In the human world, a rampaging thunderstorm strikes a nearby cemetery with a bolt of lightning, and the envoy of Hell appears.
Teleported into the human world, Santa quickly realizes that humans are just as wicked as Enma had described. Without upsetting the balance between light and dark, Santa begins his quest to complete the mission from Hell and restore order to the human world.

Rokka no Yuusha Review

Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers (六花の勇者, Rokka no Yūsha, lit. "Heroes of the Six Flowers") is a Japanese light novel series written by Ishio Yamagata, with illustrations by Miyagi. Shueisha has published six volumes since August 2011.
A manga adaptation by Kei Toru began serialization in Shueisha's Super Dash and Go! magazine in February 2012.
Both the light novels and their manga adaptation are licensed in North America by Yen Press.
An anime television series produced by Passione and directed by Takeo Takahashi aired in Japan from July 4 to September 19, 2015.

Overlord Review

Overlord (Japanese: オーバーロード, Hepburn: Ōbārōdo) is a Japanese light novel series written by Kugane Maruyama and illustrated by so-bin. It began serialization online in 2010, before being acquired by Enterbrain. Fourteen volumes have been published since July 30, 2012. The author has stated that he has planned for 17 novels but with enough popularity may continue further.
A manga adaptation by Satoshi Ōshio, with art by Hugin Miyama, began serialization in Kadokawa Shoten's manga magazine Comp Ace from November 26, 2014. Both the light novels and the manga are licensed in North America by Yen Press, with a release date of November 8, 2016.
The anime television series adaptation by Madhouse consists of 3 seasons with 13 episodes each, with the first season airing from July 7 to September 29, 2015.
Two compilation anime films recapping the events from the first season were released in Japan on February 25, 2017, and March 11, 2017, respectively.
The second season ran from January 9 to April 3, 2018, with the third season premiering later the same year on July 10, 2018, after which the last episode aired on October 2, 2018.
The scriptwriter for the anime series discussed the possibility of the fourth season at AnimagiC 2019 in Germany, saying that it was "extremely likely" that it would be produced.

Prison School Review

Prison School (Japanese: 監獄学園プリズンスクール, Hepburn: Purizun Sukūru) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Hiramoto. It was serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Young Magazine from February 2011 to December 2017.
Yen Press has licensed the manga in North America. A 12-episode anime adaptation directed by Tsutomu Mizushima aired between July and September 2015, while a live-action drama television series aired from October to December 2015.
Hachimitsu Academy, one of the strictest girls' academies in Tokyo, has decided to admit boys into their system. Kiyoshi Fujino is one of these new boys, but he discovers to his shock that he and his four friends—Takehito "Gakuto" Morokuzu, Shingo Wakamoto, Jouji "Joe" Nezu, and Reiji "Andre" Andou—are the only male students among 1,000 girls.
The draconian laws that are still in place make the school even worse, which punishes even the most minor infractions with a stay in the school's prison.
The five boys all commit to voyeurism in the school's bathing area with the lecherous philosophy of "all for one, one for all". Their capture and "arrest" by the Underground Student Council causes the five boys to receive an ultimatum: either stay a month in the school's Prison Block or be expelled.
The boys are incarcerated in the Prison Block together and Kiyoshi is overwhelmed by the discovery that all the other boys are masochists that revel in the punishments handed to them by their attractive but vicious supervisors.