Kyokou Suiri In-Spectre Review

Kyokou Suiri In/Specter (Japanese: 虚構推理, Hepburn: Kyokō Suiri, otherwise called Invented Inference) is a 2011 Japanese epic distributed by Kodansha and composed by Kyo Shirodaira with outlines by Hiro Kyohara and since volume 2, by Chasiba Katase.


A manga variation with craftsmanship by Chasiba Katase has been serialized since April 2015 in Kodansha's shōnen manga magazine Shōnen Magazine R and since December 2019, likewise in Monthly Shōnen Magazine.


It has been gathered in eleven tankōbon volumes. The manga is distributed in North America by Kodansha Comics.[4] An anime TV arrangement variation by Brain's Base circulated between January 11 and March 28, 2020.


Storyline -

While attempting to move beyond a separation with his better half, Kuro Sakuragawa was drawn nearer by Kotoko Iwanaga, a young lady who pronounced that she was enamored with Kuro since she met him two years prior.

She at that point discloses to him that she is such a Goddess of Wisdom where she fills in as the mediator between this present reality and the otherworldly world.

Kuro, obviously, questions her from the start yet in the wake of battling a yōkai in a library and uncovering to one another their actual characters (Kuro is really a beast that has eaten two diverse yōkai meats giving him the forces of interminability and close supreme precognition), Kuro consents to help Kotoko on her different undertakings as the harmony keeping Goddess of Wisdom.

Master Keaton Review



It was serialized in Big Comic Original between 1988 and 1994, with the 144 chapters collected into 18 tankōbon volumes by Shogakukan.
An anime adaptation was created by Madhouse, with 24 episodes airing between 1998 and 1999 in Japan on Nippon Television. An additional 15 episodes were created and released as original video animations (OVAs), bringing the total to 39 episodes.
Naoki Urasawa and Takashi Nagasaki created a sequel to the series, titled Master Keaton Remaster. Set 20 years after the original series ended, it ran in Big Comic Original from 2012 to 2014 and was collected into a single volume.
The anime and OVA series were dubbed into English and released in North America by Pioneer Entertainment. Viz Media began releasing the manga in North America in 2014.

Watashi no Ashinaga Ojisan Review



The show was part of the container World Masterpiece Theater produced by Nippon Animation studios and was awarded the Excellent Movie Award for Television by the Japanese Agency of Cultural Affairs for Children in 1990. 40 episodes were produced.
Judy Abbott is an orphan who has been given the opportunity to study at the prestigious Lincoln Memorial High School by a mysterious benefactor whom she only knows as "John Smith".
She has only seen his shadow once, and because of his long legs, she calls him "Daddy Long Legs". The only payment she is to give her benefactor is that she write him letters every month, with no expectation of them being responded to.
The anime covers three years of Judy's life, starting with her leaving the John Grier Home orphanage, and ending with her finishing high school.

Chocolat no Mahou Review



Chocolat no Mahō is irregularly serialized in Shogakukan's shōjo manga magazine Ciao and Ciao DX since 2009, and published into 20 tankōbon volumes as of July 2020.
It was adapted into a 13-episode original video animation by SynergySP, released from 2011 to 2013.
Chocolat Aikawa opens the store named Chocolat Noir (ショコラ・ノワール, Shokora Nowāru) in the deep forest. At there, Chocolat sells chocolate desserts that have mysterious charm and can fulfil dreams when are eaten. But Chocolat take away most important thing for persons in return for it.

Qin Shi Ming Yue Tian Xing Jiu Ge Review



Unknown to the Han Emperor, that very threat is the Great General of Han, Ji Wuye. Working under the Great General are the Four Fearful Warriors of Nightfall.
Each four specialized in military, finance, politics, and espionage.
In hopes of creating a new Han State, Quicksand was formed by Han Fei, the ninth prince of the Han. With Wei Zhuang, Zhang Liang, Zinü, and Nong Yu, they support the Prince in realizing the goal of Quicksand while being drawn into a whirlpool of power named “world”.

Kuragehime Review



The manga is licensed in North America by Kodansha USA. An 11-episode anime television series based on the manga was produced by Brain's Base and aired on Fuji TV's Noitamina programming block between October and December 2010.
The anime has been licensed by Funimation. A live-action film adaptation premiered in Japan on December 27, 2014. A ten-episode live-action drama series aired from January to March 2018.

Tokyo Godfathers Review


Tokyo Godfathers (東京ゴッドファーザーズ, Tōkyō Goddofāzāzu) is a 2003 Japanese tragicomedy adventure anime film directed by Satoshi Kon loosely based on Peter B. Kyne's novel Three Godfathers.
Tokyo Godfathers was the third animated film directed by Kon and the second which he both wrote and directed. Keiko Nobumoto, noted for being the creator of the Wolf's Rain series and a head scriptwriter for Cowboy Bebop, co-wrote the script with Kon.
Tokyo Godfathers received an Excellence Prize at the 2003 Japan Media Arts Festival. It also won Best Animation Film at the 58th Mainichi Film Awards.