Fragglepuss Anime Review 269: How Clumsy You Are, Miss Ueno / Ueno-san wa Bukiyou

How Clumsy You Are, Miss Ueno / Ueno-san wa Bukiyou

Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans

Genre: Comedy, Romance, School, Technology?

First Aired: Winter 2019, 12 episodes

Summary: Miss Ueno is a high school genius. She is capable of making anything and everything. However, she spends most her time inventing creations to show off to her classmate Tanaka. Ueno is obsessed with getting Tanaka to like her, but Tanaka is oblivious to the situation. Yamashita is an innocent bystander that often get caught in the crossfire.

Miss Ueno is an absurd anime to say the least. Ueno-san is borderline obsessed with getting Tanaka to notice her, but he has no idea. The show focuses on gag comedy and character interaction, as opposed to animation quality and story. Each episode runs about 10 minutes in length, which is split into two stories. The episode length is fitting for the content. There’s not much else to say about this series. It’s a quick watch with a lot of dirty jokes.

You might enjoy this if: You are a degenerate with a few minutes to spare.

You might not like it if: You are offended by crude conversation.

Similar Series: Seitokai Yakuindomo, Asobi Asobase, Survival Game Club, My Mental Choices Are Completely Interfering With My School Romantic Comedy (NOUCOME), D-Frag, Azumanga Daioh, Comical Psychosomatic Medicine, Himegoto, Nichijou, Plastic Nee San,

Note to the Viewer: The Miss Ueno manga has been published since 2015 in Young Animal magazine

How Clumsy You Are Miss Ueno Trailer

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The Latest and Greatest in Anime Panel. Presented at FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention Spring 2019

The Latest and Greatest in Anime Panel. Presented at FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention Spring 2019

Panelists: John Fragglepuss Evans, Breanne Evans, Brittany Evans, Lindsay Starke

Here is the list of anime covered during our panel at the Spring FanX convention as well as a short description. Thanks to everyone that attended the panel and thanks to FanX for having us for yet another convention. We always enjoy presenting at FanX, it is such a fun con to be a part of.

 

The Promised Neverland

Set in the year 2045, The happy orphanage surrounded by giant walls and mysterious adoptions

 

Domestic Girlfriend

When you find out your crush, and the girl you slept with randomly become your step sisters

 

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

Young Japanese man reincarnated into a “powerful” slime in a new universe

 

Baki

The strongest fighters in the world gather in Japan for the ultimate showdown. Where does young Baki fit into all this

 

Hinomaru Sumo

The story of Hinomaru Ushio and how he works to defeat all his opponents in SUMO Wrestling, despite diminutive size

 

My Roommate is a Cat

Story told from both perspectives as cat and owner learn from each other

 

Grand Blue Dreaming

The fun antics of the buff and wild local Diving club

 

Iroduku: The World in Colors

A color-blind witch is transported 60 years in the past to meet her grandmothers 16-year-old self

 

Goblin Slayer

A young priestess teams up with the Goblin Slayer, an adventurer dedicated to the eradication of goblins by any means necessary

 

Skull-Face Bookseller Honda-san

Join the skeleton Honda-san at the manga shop as he encounters unusual customers and circumstances on a daily basis

 

Zombieland Saga

Seven girls are brought back to life as zombies to form a metal idol group

 

Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai

Mystery surrounds a bunny girl and the reason why only one person notices her

 

Late Night! Genius Bakabon

Bakabon and his trouble-making family are back after almost two decades!

 

Calamity of a Zombie Girl

A few University students sneak into the library late at night in search of treasure but find more than they bargained for

 

Banana Fish

Runaway Ash Lynx is adopted and abused by “Papa” Dino. He forsakes his father and leaves at seventeen only to have his brothers’ secrets held over him.

 

Muhyo and Roji’s Bureau of Supernatural Investigations

Young genius Magical Law Executor, Toru Muhyo and his assistant track and find ghosts to send them to heaven or hell

 

Karakuri Circus

Narumi joins the battle against automatons and save the world. Éléonore and Masaru join the Circus and attempt to live a normal life.

 

ReRideD

When engineer Derrida discovers a flaw in his invention but is put in cryogenic sleep for a decade. He awakens to find the world ravaged by a war fought by his inventions.

 

Dororo

An ambitious man makes a deal with demons for power and his son is born deformed. The child is discarded but survives to fight the demons with a plucky sidekick.

 

Midnight Occult Civil Servants

Miyako is assigned to a job dealing with paranormal events. His special skill is understanding non-human speech.

 

100 Sleeping Princes and the Kingdom of Dreams

A normal girl wakes up in the world of dreams to find she is actually a princess who must save the princes who have had their dreams stolen

 

Sirius the Jaegar

Its 1930 and vampires have infested Tokyo. The vampire hunting Jaegers are hired to battle these pesky vampires who’s aim is to bring destruction to all.

 

Ms. Vampire who Lives in my Neighborhood

The modern-day vampire comedy centers on high school girl Amano, who was saved from a strange incident by an anime loving vampire girl named Sophie Twilight.

 

Bakumatsu

In the midst of a struggle for control of Japan, a mysterious pocket watch with the ability to control the flow of time is discovered

 

Meiji Tokyo Renka

An ordinary high school girl is transported to the Meiji Period by Charlie, a self-proclaimed magician. As she gets to know the handsome men in a new era she just can’t get used to, a love begins to grow within her.

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Fragglepuss Anime Review 268: Late Night! Genius Bakubon / Shinya! Tensai Bakabon

Late Night! Genius Bakubon / Shinya! Tensai Bakabon

Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans

Genre: Slice of Life, Comedy, Parody

First Aired: Summer 2018, 12 episodes

Summary: It has been 18 years since the last Bakabon anime series was released. It is back and more outragious than ever! Bakabon and his family are constantly getting themselves into trouble. The Bakabon family and friends include:

  • Bakabon’s Papa – An airheaded troublemaker that steals the show, both figuratively and literally
  • Bakabon – A mischeivious boy that works as a shoeshiner attends Elementary school
  • Bakabon’s Mama – A University graduate that is a good wife and mother, despite the troublesome behavior of her family
  • Mister Rerere – The confused neighbor constantly saying “rerere”
  • Mr. Policeman – A series regular that has been around since the beginning
  • Eel-Dog – An unusual neighborhood animal. As you can imagine, it is a mix of an eel and a dog

Late Night Bakabon continues with the series legacy of being off-the-wall and bizarre. They are constantly breaking the fourth wall in terms of speaking with the audience or speaking about the audience. From the first scene they discuss how they are aware they’re in an anime and how they need to differentiate themselves from previous Bakabon iterations. The amount of parody in this anime is up there with the best of them. There are constant references to other anime as well as Japanese culture in general. The animation stays true to the original Bakabon series, which is kind of jarring if I’m honest, but once you get used to it, it’s fine. After all, the series is all about comedy and satire.

You might enjoy this if: You are a self-proclaimed Otaku with a vast knowledge of anime in all its forms.

You might not like it if: You are a casual anime observer. Trust me, if you don’t watch a lot of anime, you won’t get most of the references and the show will seem boring.

Similar Series: Osomatsu-san, Pop Team Epic, Space Patrol Luluco, Nichijou – My Ordinary Life, Himouto Umaru-chan, Plastic Nee-san

Note to the Viewer: The original English translation for the Bakabon property was: “Meet the Boneheads”. A more recent translation changed it to “Genius Bakabon”.

Late Night Genius Bakabon Trailer

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Fragglepuss Anime Review 267: Asobi Asobase: Workshop of Fun

Asobi Asobase: Workshop of Fun

Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans

Genre: Comedy, School, Slice of Life, High School

First Aired: Summer 2018, 12 episodes

Summary: Three unlikely high school friends embark on all manner of adventures! Olivia is a transfer student. She pretends to be a foreign exchange student from the U.S.A. even though she was born and raised in Japan by American parents. She gets into trouble because she doesn’t speak any English. Hanako Honda is a loud-mouthed, energetic airhead. She always wants to play strange games and started the friendship trio with her outgoing personality. Kasumi Nomura is a loner, constantly picked on by her sister for losing games. She looks like a bookworm but is far from it. The three friends are always getting into trouble with their shenanigans and generalized horseplay. One day they are challenging the tennis club to a match while using creative rackets while another day they are playing basketball with a smelly punishment being doled out to the loser.

Asobi Asobase is a simple bit of fun. It is not going to blow you away with the simple and mellow animation. The soundtrack is basic compared to many other anime. This anime shines in the humor and character interaction. All three friends possess a unique personality that deals well with one another. It is a perfect example of a high school slice of life anime.

You might enjoy this if: You want an inside look into Japanese high school humor.

You might not like it if: You are tired of the high school setting in anime.

Similar Series: How Clumsy are you Miss Ueno, Hinamatsuri, Pop Team Epic, Nichijou, The Master of Killing Time, Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto

Note to the Viewer: Asobi Asobase is made by studio Lerche, makers of such anime as: Magical Girl Raising Project, Kino’s Journey, Assassination Classroom, and Danganronpa the Animation.

Asobi Asobase Opening – Three Piece by Hanako Honda, Olivia, and Kasumi Nomura

 

AMV – Na Na Na by AMV Y MAS KJ

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Fragglepuss Anime Review 266: Detroit Metal City + The Five-Year Anniversary of Fragglepuss.com!

Detroit Metal City + The Five-Year Anniversary of Fragglepuss.com!

I can’t believe I have been writing anime reviews for five years. So much has changed over the years, but I have been able to post at least one review every week for the last five years. I wouldn’t have been able to go this long if not for Breanne Evans, who has always been there to motivate when I don’t have the drive to post. A special thanks to Breanne, Brittany, and Lindsay who have always been there to chat anime and provide stellar recommendations on anime I hadn’t watched. Another special thanks to Alec Unsicker, one of the greatest nerds I’ll ever know.

Anime is an interesting medium. I love that its content is so diverse. You can watch one show that is a kid-friendly anime full of nonsense and cute characters, then turn around and watch one that is incredibly deep with a psychologically thrilling storyline. People often think of anime as sexualized female characters with nonstop fan-service, and that does exist, but it is so much more than that. Studio Ghibli is proof of that. The Ghibli movies are beautifully done and almost always require multiple viewings to fully understand due to the complex stories. I love how anime can be so over-the-top, especially in comedies. I also love getting the insight on Japanese culture. In general, Japanese society is proper and full of formalities, but anime shatters all of that.

With that, here’s to enjoying the hell out of anime!

 

Detroit Metal City

Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans

Genre: Comedy, Music, Metal

First Aired: Summer 2008, 12 episodes

Summary: Detroit Metal City (DMC) is a popular death metal band known for its dark style and offensive lyrics. Johannes Krauser II, or Krauser as he’s commonly known, is the intense lead singer of the band with a reputation that proceeds him. Legend says he is a demonic being risen from the fiery pits of hell, brought to the world to bring mortals to their knees. Ask any DMC worshipper and they will confirm the legend. In reality, Krauser is an average, soft-spoken, college graduate named Souichi Negishi. He would rather listen to and perform cheesy pop music if it would pay the bills, but DMC has a strong following of dedicated fans, so Souichi continues to play the part of a demonic evil being.

Detroit Metal City is interesting in how satirical and crude it is. Souichi is placed into situations that are hilarious and make for good comedy, but when he is performing a concert as Krauser the lyrics are quite offensive. It is clearly over-the-top and crude to the point of being satirical, but still… Some of my favorite parts of the series are when Souichi is dressed as Krauser and has to play the part outside of a concert. When he’s on stage he is able to perform flawlessly, but when he is in an everyday situation and gets caught as Krauser he has a difficult time. It’s hard to explain, but trust me, it provides for good comedy. The soundtrack is a lot of fun, especially if you’re a fan of death metal. DMC has even released several real albums.

You might enjoy this if: You are ready for a comedic and satirical take on death metal.

You might not like it if: You are offended by crude language.

Similar Series: Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad, Aggretsuko, Fuuka, Pop Team Epic, Shimoneta, Watamote, Zombieland Saga

Note to the Viewer: Believe it or not, Detroit Metal City was adapted into a live-action film in 2008. It even has a cameo by Gene Simmons!

AMV – The Metal by MetalSech

(Warning, the AMV will be offensive to some)

 

AMV –Anime Metal Video by ShowAMV

(This AMV has a compilation of anime, including Detroit Metal City. I really like it, so I’m adding it in)

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Fragglepuss Anime Review 265: Junji Ito Collection

Junji Ito Collection

Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans

Genre: Mystery, Horror, Demons, Psychological, Supernatural, Drama, Thriller, School, Every Scary Thing Ever

First Aired: Winter 2018, 12 episodes

Summary: The Junji Ito Collection is a horror anthology of manga artist Junji Ito. Each episode features two stories from the collected works of Ito. One episode will focus on a fashion model going on a photo shoot while another follows a family that is way into marionettes.

I realize it doesn’t sound scary from the description, but it’s precisely what makes Ito such an effective horror writer. He uses normal situations that don’t appear scary and distorts them to make an eerie and uncomfortable story. If you see a Dracula on screen, you have an idea of what it is going to do. You know to fear its behavior because you have been trained on Dracula behavior. Ito goes for the opposite by using situations and individuals that appear normal, people you are not typically afraid of. You get lulled into a sense of security and then the creepiness hits you, making it even more effective when you get scared. You think nothing is unusual about a next-door neighbor that you don’t see often, then Ito gets you again. The other thing Ito does that is different than the horror I am used to is the ending of most stories. In western horror the ending usually wraps up the story nicely with the bad guy either being killed or caught. The supernatural entity is figured out after learning pieces throughout the film. Ito’s stories almost never wrap up nicely. The supernatural entity is not figured out, so it’s still on the loose. The bad guy is not caught and is also on the loose. It makes the stories even more disturbing because there is not a solution to the problem.

The last bit of Ito I will mention is how the evil is never shown too much. If you are familiar with horror you know what I mean. When the evil is shown too much it makes it less scary. If you hardly ever see the evil, it leaves your brain to come up with what the evil is, and your brain always comes up with something scarier than the writer could come up with. Ito will show the evil just the right amount, either in little snippets or by having the evil be an everyday situation that you don’t see coming. Super scary.

You might enjoy this if: You are way into horror and want to take a dive into what freaks out Japan. If you enjoy this anime, you can check out Ito’s other work. He has countless manga collections of different stories. His story “Tomie”, about a beautiful woman that drives people insane, has been adapted into several films.

You might not like it if: You do not want to see the dark and terrifying side of anime.

Similar Anime: Corpse Party: Tortured Souls, Kagewani, The World Yamizukan, Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories, Another, Perfect Blue, Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne, From the New World, Death Parade

Note to the Viewer: Be warned the Junji Ito Collection is not for the faint of heart. It is a full-on horror anime with disturbing episodes. There is a lot of violence and overall gruesome content.

Junji Ito Collection Opening – Shichiten Battou no Blues by The Pinballs

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Fragglepuss Anime Review 264: That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime / Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime / Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken

Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans and Breanne Evans

Genre: Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fish out of Water, Monster

First Aired: Fall 2018, 24 episodes

Summary: Satoru Mikami is a 37-year-old human until he is killed by a robber. He wakes up and has been reincarnated as a slime named Rimaru Tempest in a mysterious fantasy world. He retains his knowledge and memories of life as a human but must learn how survive in this new world. He uses a newfound optimism to discover new abilities and make the best of his life as a slime!

This has to be the best slime anime of the year. The show gets right into it with the slime being confused about how he got there and why he’s a slime, but he rolls with it and starts learning the rules of the world and the rules of the slime. It cracks me up how he starts out so weak but with an unbridled optimism that propels him to become one of the most powerful slime there is. I don’t think I would be as ready to take on the world if I randomly woke up as slime one day. It’s fun to watch Rimaru discover his abilities and learn new ones as well. He meets countless characters on his travels, including dragons, direwolves, and goblins. It’s kind of freaky because I was watching the Goblin Slayer anime around the same time as the slime anime, and the goblins in the two series are wildly different. You would think goblins would be consistent across all mediums, but that is just not the case. I wonder what the Goblin Slayer would do if he came across the goblins in the slime anime. Surely he wouldn’t slaughter them all…Eh, who am I kidding, I’m sure he would. He is the Goblin Slayer after all.

You might enjoy this if: You feel a special bond with slime. Ever since you had a difficult time killing them in Dragon Warrior, you have felt a connection that remains unbroken to this day. Maybe you have a deep-down desire to one day be reincarnated as a slime with magical abilities, or maybe you just want to watch a fun fantasy anime.

You might not like it if: You have had enough of the Isekai genre of anime.

Similar Series: Overlord, Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon, Konosuba, No Game No Life, The Devil is a Part-Timer, Re: Zero -Starting Life in Another World-

Note to the Viewer: The light novel of Slime has been increasing in popularity ever since it was originally published in 2014.

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Opening

 

AMV – Best of Me by Saknosuke AMVs

(Warning, the AMV contains minor spoilers)

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Fragglepuss Anime Review 263: Baki

Baki

Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans

Genre: Action, Fighting, Martial Arts, Death Matches

First Aired: Summer 2018, 26 episodes

Summary: Baki Hanma is in constant training with the goal of surpassing his father in fighting skill. Obviously it is because his father is Yujiro Hanma, the strongest fighter in the world. Five fighters around the world are now traveling to find Baki. They are violent death row inmates that survived their execution and escaped prison. They have a singular goal, taste defeat. Their tremendous strength and victorious ways have caused them to become bored with life. As the inmates gather, Baki gets a group of his own to go head-to-head against them.

So much fighting! Baki the Grappler has been around since 1991 as a manga. It has been adapted a few times into anime. You can tell by the animation style and overall fighting intensity that it is a property from the 90s. It has the same feel as a lot of the other fighting anime that came out that decade. You have several intense fighters with an insane amount of muscle that want to brawl nonstop. Baki the Grappler takes it a step further, where a lot of the fighters WANT to lose because they are tired of winning, but they just can’t, they are too strong and skilled at martial arts. It must be a tough life to be so skilled. On another note, this series is so absurd at times that it’s hilarious. The characters are passionate 100% of the time about perfecting their craft, and their craft is punching other people in the face. It would be a stressful life to live like these guys. They never take a break.

You might enjoy this if: You are a fan of other 90s fighting anime.

You might not like it if: You are intimidated by insane amounts of muscle. These guys have muscles that don’t even exist on normal humans.

Similar Series: Fist of the North Star, Basilisk, Ninja Scroll, Megalo Box, Hajime no Ippo, Berserk

Note to the Viewer: If you fall in love with Baki you can find even more content through the Playstation 2 release Fighting Fury.

Baki Official Netflix Trailer

 

AMV – Legends Never Die by Kirin AMVs

(Warning, the AMV contains some spoilers and a lot of bloody action)

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Fragglepuss Anime Review 262: Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai / Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai

Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai / Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai

Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans

Genre: Comedy, Psychological, Supernatural, Mystery, Romance, School, Groundhog Day?

First Aired: Fall 2018, 13 episodes

Summary: Mai Sakurajima is a teenage actress. Why is nobody noticing her as she walks through the high school library in a bunny outfit? That’s what Sakuta Azusagawa wonders as he watches the famous actress casually passing through the school, seemingly unnoticed. Mai and Sakuta learn of an unusual set of circumstances that have led to this point and caused Mai to become mostly forgotten by the general population. It is up to the two of them to figure out a solution before it is too late!

This Rascal series is difficult to explain because the title misleads and causes you to be generally confused as you start watching. The series is more than a random bunny girl walking around town. It is a mystery wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a mystery. The series covers a few specific events that each pan out over a few episodes, each one more traumatic than the last. Over the course of the series several characters are introduced that play a pivotal role in Mai and Sakuta’s progression. The two protagonists start off as basic characters without much to define them, but by the end of the season they have gone through intense experiences to make them complex and hardened.

You might enjoy this if: You have time to commit to paying attention to an entire series. This isn’t one you can put on in the background while you look at your phone and do something else. If you do that, you will be lost by the end of the first episode.

You might not like it if: You see the picture of Mai in a bunny girl outfit and hope the entire series is a bunny cosplay fest.

Similar Anime: Charlotte, Your Name, The Girl who Leapt Through Time, Golden Time, Orange, Another, Re: Zero, Erased, ReLIFE, One Week Friends

Note to the Viewer: Rascal is animated by Studio CloverWorks, a new studio that has also animated: Darling in the FranXX, Persona 5: The Animation, DAKAICHI, The Promised Neverland, and Ace Attorney season 2. They are new but have been really going at it hard.

Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Opening

 

AMV – I’m Coming by Slayer AMV

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Fragglepuss Anime Review 261: Paranoia Agent / Mousou Dairinin

Paranoia Agent / Mousou Dairinin

Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans

Genre: Mystery, Dementia, Drama, Police, Psychological, Supernatural, Thriller, Lil’ Slugger

First Aired: Winter 2004, 13 episodes

Summary: Lil’ Slugger is terrorizing the residents of Musashino City. He strikes late at night when the victim is alone with no witnesses to verify the attack. None of the victims have an adequate description of the attacker. They all describe him as short, rollerblading, and wielding a crooked bat. Detectives Keiichi Ikari and Mitsuhiro Maniwa are on the case. They need to find Lil’ Slugger before paranoia takes over the whole city.

Paranoia Agent is directed by Satoshi Kon, known for mind-bending films like Perfect Blue and Paprika. He also directed Millennium Actress and Tokyo Godfathers. Kon’s wild side comes out in Paranoia Agent. The series is full of bizarre twists and turns. He always does a fantastic job of blending fantasy with reality, so you don’t know which is happening. You get in the character’s head. They are also unaware of where they reside at times, especially near the climax of the show. One of my favorite parts of a Kon work is the unease I feel as I question what’s reality and what’s fantasy. I always have the urge to rewatch a Kon-directed show after I understand what’s happening and why the characters have been acting a certain way. Paranoia Agent is no exception.

You might enjoy this if: You are a fan of Satoshi Kon’s other work.

You might not like it if: You hate mind-bending stories that blend fantasy and reality into a question of which is which.

Similar Shows: Paprika, Perfect Blue, Millennium Actress, Serial Experiments Lain, Tokyo Godfathers, Monster, FLCL, Death Note, Akira, ERASED, Dennou Coil, Neon Genesis Evangelion

Note to the Viewer: Kon had an abundance of ideas remaining after he completed Perfect Blue, Millennium Actress, and Tokyo Godfathers. Rather than try and make it into another movie, he made Paranoia Agent.

Paranoia Agent Opening

 

AMV – Fantasize by PepperPixel

(Warning, the AMV contains some minor spoilers)

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