El Cazador de la Bruja * * * * *
I've been a fan of BeeTrain ever since .hack/sign (yes, I even like Avenger, though I choose to block out Mein Leib), so when I heard they were putting
out their third girls with guns series, I was tickled to death. And El Cazador delivered in every way possible...
Princess, Princess * * * *
In spite of not being big yaoi fans, both Doc and I really enjoyed this show. It was good, silly fun with a dash of drama and angst. In spite of the wild
concept, it never felt forced. They set it up well enough that everything made perfect sense...
Shattered Angels * *
The only good thing about the journey our heroine, Kuu, finds herself on with her overly brooding and angsty boy-toy is the introduction of the side
characters. If it weren’t for them, my voyeurism into Kuu finding herself would have ended with the first volume...
Stellvia * * * *
The first thought I had when we broke open the plastic and took disc 1 of Stellvia for a whirl was “Battle Athletes.” By the end of the first episode, I’d
updated that to “Battle Athletes with a heavy dash of Vandread.” This, of course, meant the series was an automatic win. Right through to the end,
Stellvia never did anything to change those first very positive impressions...