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Anime Review – Your Lie in April | Blushing Geek

Anime Review – Your Lie in April


Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso or commonly known as Your Lie in April is probably in every list of saddest anime recommendation both online and offline. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about this anime and seeing how popular it is in the sad anime department, I decided to stay back for a while because I think my…

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Yaoi Anime Review – Super Lovers | Blushing Geek

Yaoi Anime Review – Super Lovers


For this anime’s sypnosis, you can read it here. Right after I watched the first episode of this anime, I already had a feeling that I am going to love this series. And man! I was right. This show was really so good I’ve given it’s first season a 9 out of 10 stars rating, *wink. Super Lovers have a…

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Orange – What Do I Think of This Anime? | Blushing Geek

Orange – What Do I Think of This Anime?


Orange. This anime has been popping in and out whenever I search some sad anime online. And since I’ve already exhausted my sports anime to-watch list (well, almost *wink), I decided to try something dramatic this time. I originally tried some other anime suggestions first but it’s only with this anime that I was able to settle in as early…

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Why Haikyuu Reminds of Slam Dunk | Blushing Geek

Why Haikyuu Reminds Me of Slam Dunk


I’m not a sports person myself but once in a while, I do enjoy watching sports tournaments or shows during my free time. And lately, I’ve been watching quite a lot of sports anime but not one of them came close to Slam Dunk (don’t get me wrong, Yuri on Ice is amazing but in a different kind of way…

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8 Reasons Why Slam Dunk is a Well-Loved Series | Blushing Geek

8 Reasons Why Slam Dunk is a Well-Loved Series


Slam Dunk is one of my favorite shows of all time and I can’t believe it’s been almost 25 years since its first anime episode was aired. Like most anime series, Slam Dunk started off as a shounen manga by Inoue Takehiko that was serialized in Weekly Shounen Jump from September 1990 to June 4, 1996. I can’t say I’m…

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