Speed Grapher Series

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E1ectric's Speed Grapher Tv Review

Rated: 9

Presentation was... well excellent. I like the style. They did not slow down action to attempt to make it more 'epic' (which usually backfires and makes it look stupid), a good balance of scene setup, and plot progression. Shots were set up with apparent and deliberate thought behind the them, and did not exude a rush job of 'any shot to fill screen time' mentality at all. The presentation helped the plot, and kept it exciting... for the most part (back to the lack of 'wow factor' issue). There was not too much humor, (I can't recall laughing once), however the serious style of the anime was exceptional to the point that adding humor might have ruined it.

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SavingtheGeneration SavingtheGeneration

I've had this show on my watchlist for about 4 years now. I finally started watching it over the summer and I fell in love with it. The concept is interesting and is what initially drew me to the series in the first place (besides Kozaki Yuusuke's art). The show is 24 episodes and I'm only on 13 or so. I enjoy it tremendously so far. It's a great show for someone older, and it was just what I needed at the time. That's all I can say about it for now though.

Glukogen Glukogen

My rating is definitely subjective, just my first love was a photographer ... haha. Despite a certain uniformity of the series, the whole plot is pretty exciting. Relationships between Saiga and Kagura are nothing but example of platonic love (one kiss does not count). I've put up with what is happening in the end of the anime, and suddenly this turn of events. So the final was a surprise for me at least.
Among my friends was fixed the phrase "come Suitengu" - ie "the end of everything" :D

fireflywishes fireflywishes

As graphic as it is, i found this anime to be highly refreshing in a world full of cutesy animes... It also helped that the series theme song was "Girls on Film" by Duran Duran. I'm a big lover of 80's music! The anime was a bit odd for me though, the idea that people can be granted powers via Kagura's bodily fluids...

e1ectric e1ectric

Best opening I have ever seen for any series (Girls on Film by Duran Duran). I watched the opening song for every episode (usually I watch the opening once, and skip over it after I have seen it to get to the show faster). Opening song matches the anime perfectly. Plot is actually fairly strong, considering it sounded really weak on the back cover. I liked this plot and it wasn't a plot easily equated to another series. It does have some cheesy romance things to it, however it was done tastefully, and integrates well with the plot (unlike many romance anime integrate their 'romantic' parts into their general plot). I initially started watching this series, looking for something ecchi and read the part of "He tries to photograph the club's "goddess,"..." (Wikipedia), stopped there and decided to watch it. I watched the series and quickly found out that it wasn't ecchi (however there are a few ecchi parts intermingled throughout, but find a series that doesn't have that), but didn't need to be. I think this is a really good series (it didn't let me down) that has somehow been forgotten. I highly recommend for an overall good series, that most anime watchers should at least enjoy. It is a sophisticated series (which I have found puts off many simplistic anime watchers, and younger audiences), and the uniqueness of the plot may put some people out of their anime comfort zone, however those people are somehow immune to the law of diminishing returns, such that they can watch the same plot/story lines over and over without getting bored of it. Maybe I will write a review for this series.

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