I know this is bit out there but for all those who haven’t encountered anime specifically created as music videos, I guess the shared content would be good starting point.
The first anime is titled ‘Shelter’ talks about the lone survivor drifting in space after Earth was destroyed by some celestial collision. The music is French and American collaboration with the animation done in Japan.
Please treat your eyes with the delight of the anime,
Okay, that’s that. The next anime is well covered anime and is also reviewed by my friend nesha (#moe404). Hence, I would recommend to visit his site for in-depth review of the second anime. The anime is called ‘Me!Me!Me!’
Have fun 🙂
Hold on. Don’t go! Let’s argue again. I’ll bribe you with a canale. I’ll call you to kill time. I don’t mind being Friend A. Please don’t go. Please don’t go… please don’t leave me behind…
– Kousei Arima in ‘Your Lie in April’
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I don’t know why it is so difficult to find good anime over internet. When I say good I mean wholesome and well-balanced anime where each aspect is made to be perfection. ‘Maid Sama!’ is one such anime and stands in the league of anime such as ‘Ouran High School Host Club’, ‘Toradora’ and ‘Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun.’ Continue reading Maid Sama! (2010) – Tyrant president or tender maid?
Addictive, nerve-wreaking and exhilarating are the words I will use to describe this series. There is suspense like ‘Death Note’, action like ‘Gundam’ and whisper of love and hope like that in ‘Orange’. It’s been a while since I got hooked up to something so much that I completed the entire series in five days. Continue reading Code Geass (2006-2012) – What if the world was a game of chess?