Lucretia Arkwright

Lucretia Arkwright

Hi everyone, I'm 22 and got a fair bit of free time for now so I use it all to do what I enjoy and that's writing. Mainly blogging, and time I have left goes into anime.

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Lucretia Arkwright

I remember True Tears quite well, was about the time I truly got into watching anime, I loved that series. Slightly off topic but I still remember the OP theme of it, Reflectia I think the name was.

Anime: The World of Fake Romance
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Yeah neither was I actually and was pleasantly surprised. I like good long deep story anime. Oddly enough I only took an interest as I had a Sunday after free, but then really liked it.

Ballad of a Shinigami Review: Your Time has Come
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I’d say this anime is more of an opposite to Death Note, but if you want to try something on the other side of the spectrum then this one’s s definitely a good one to have a look at.

Ballad of a Shinigami Review: Your Time has Come
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Shame it’s not my holidays anymore, but I did watch Wolf Children when it was the holidays and I really liked it. Was indeed quite moving.

Family Dynamics in Anime: 5 Titles to Warm your Heart These Holidays
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Yeah, it is a shame, she’s purely a background character and I don’t like that. She does get a bit of development in the light novels that are released volumes 1 & 2, which is a nice read, you find out about her ‘rival’ as well. I’d suggest giving the light novel a read if you’re interested, but I don’t even know if you can still get them anymore.

Ballad of a Shinigami Review: Your Time has Come
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I’d still say that it did very well for the time it had, and I suppose what great character development will depend on each person, but I personally thought it wasn’t enough to leave a lasting impression. I don’t remember any of the characters apart from Momo, Daniel’s sketchy, but I do remember the series, that’s enough for me. And yeah, every episode was a complete story, and didn’t leave anything, that I agree with.

The only reason I’m not giving it a top score is solely personal. I’m pretty much only reviewing anime that I thought were amazing and I thought I can’t give everything a top score, so gave them a score in proportional to everything else I loved from anime, if rated against every anime I’ve seen, it’d be top score easily.

Ballad of a Shinigami Review: Your Time has Come
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Thanks for the compliment, much appreciated :), whilst I agree that the third season was really bad it’s a bit harsh to base a recommendation on one season of the anime. The third season can easily be skipped especially as it adds nothing to the series anyway.

Shugo Chara Review: What is Your Would-be Self?
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Always out on DVD in Japan, unfortunately I don’t think it was ever released in English, all twelve volumes of the manga is if that interests you.

And that is true, I really should give writing another go, but I keep finding myself too busy with the small amount of free time I have at the moment. Though I should free up in a few years when my workload goes down and I get more used to everything, so I suppose I’ll start fresh then. Now I’ll just do some blogging here and there.

Shugo Chara Review: What is Your Would-be Self?