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Blamspam's Oniisama e... Tv Review

Rated: 8

Sometimes soapy, sometimes haunting, sometimes too melodramatic - no matter what, this anime is always engaging and emotional. Sometimes, emotionally taxing. There are things that seem almost too sick to watch any more, and other times, cute scenes between friends. Once the series picks up, it is hard to stop watching. Because of each little knot of mystery unraveled each episode, it gets addicting. The fans watching it for cheesy melodrama can have what they want, but the ones that want to take it seriously can as well. It all depends on your taste.

Nanako says at the end of each episode, "Oniisama, there is no end to my tears." It applies to this moving, frustrating, painful, and ultimately hopeful anime series as well.

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minayuri minayuri
8.00

A pretty interesting anime series, especially as it goes into more controversial subjects than most of today's anime shows and at the time Oniisama e... came out in the early 90's was rather revolutionary as no other series before had handled such sensitive topics such as drug-abuse and serious health issues such as Kaoru having to deal with breast cancer at an early age, so anything that Key/Visual Art's comes up with is nothing compared to Oniisama e..., also it goes into the reality of bullying in school and the psychological effects that it brings to the one who is bullied. Also family issues are done in a realistic sense and not all the families portrayed are "perfect" and have flaws. So far, I do strongly recommend Oniisama e... as it is quite the strong character driven series and some moments will drive you to tears. Also, don't be so quick to judge the characters from who they are in the beginning as they do evolve and develop over the course of the series for the better. I'm happy at all the support it has on AnimeSols and looking forward to the DVD releases.

Jdwheels1
9.50

Interesting as all heck, the story line was one that seemed unoriginal... but soon that was not the case. With some very good characters and the way they were developed, turned what I first thought was a bland Anime... into something I now hold in high regard. A must for anyone who loves a good story.

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