Tantei Team KZ Jiken Note Review

Tantei Team KZ Jiken Note (探偵チームKZ事件ノート, Tantei Chīmu Kazzu Jiken Nōto, lit. "Detective Team KZ's Case Notes") is a Japanese children's novel series written by Hitomi Fujimoto and Ryō Sumitaki, and illustrated by Komagata.
Kodansha has published twenty volumes since 2011 until the last chapter on February 2016 issue of Nakayoshi magazine. An anime television series adaptation by Signal.MD began airing from October 7, 2015 to January 27, 2016.
Aya Tachibana is the protagonist of the series. Her nickname is Aaya (from Tachibana Aya). Before meeting the members of Detective Team KZ, she had no friends.
She is very cautious to the people around her and is embarrassed when attention is brought to her. She has a complex about being a neglected middle child. Her best subject is Language and her weakest subject is Mathematics.

Huangli Shi Review

Huangli Shi, as indicated by legends, alludes to a Fangshi who can adjust the impacts of occasional solstices, sunlight based terms, and celebrations, and can anticipate every day's fortune.

Xiao Nanzhu, a jobless youngster, chosen to take on his standard occupation that has been passed down for ages, in the wake of being propelled by his cherished companion.

Presently he simply needs to call 110. Chuxi: What are you taking a gander at? You would prefer not to live past new year's eve? Chuba: Today's fortune is horrendous, nothing will end up right. I'm apprehensive there may be a… wicked fiasco.

Enlivened variation of the web novel Huang Li Shi (黄历师) by Shitou Yang (石头羊 ).

Brave Beats Review

Brave Beats (ブレイブビーツ, Bureibu Bītsu) is a Japanese anime television series produced by BN Pictures.
It aired on Nagoya TV and other affiliates of the TV Asahi Network from October 11, 2015 to March 27, 2016, when it was replaced by Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn RE:0096 the week after.
One day, sixth grade student Hibiki Kazaguruma meets a small robot named Breakin.
He discovers Breakin can talk, and Breakin tells him that he was banished from the Dance World, and to return, he must collect the Dance Stones, which are scattered all around the planet.
Hibiki fuses with Breakin and becomes the dancing superhero Flash Beat.
Flash Beat will collect the Dance Stones, but he is not the only one who wants them...

Young Black Jack Review

Young Black Jack (Japanese: ヤング ブラック・ジャック, Hepburn: Yangu Burakku Jakku) is a Japanese manga series written by Yoshiaki Tabata and illustrated by Yūgo Ōkuma. It is based on Black Jack by Osamu Tezuka and serves as its prequel.
It was serialized in Akita Shoten's Young Champion magazine between November 2011 and June 2019. An anime adaptation aired in Japan from October to December 2015. The story follows Black Jack as a medical student in the 1960s.
In the 1960s, Kuroo Hazama is a gifted young medical student with a dark past who tries to make a name for himself. Despite only being a medical student, he is a brilliant surgeon and attracts attention after he completes seemingly impossible operations and displays greater skills than his formal training would allow.
Hazama devotes himself to the world of medicine together with his friends, the intern Maiko Okamoto and the doctor Yabu.
Set against the background of student riots, war, and corruption, Hazama finds himself caught up in a series of circumstances which challenge his integrity as a person and his path towards becoming a surgeon. The choices he makes leads him to become the legend known as Black Jack.

Shinmai Maou no Testament Burst Review

The Testament of Sister New Devil (Japanese: 新妹魔王の契約者テスタメント, Hepburn: Shinmai Maō no Tesutamento) is a Japanese light novel series written by Tetsuto Uesu and illustrated by Nekosuke Ōkuma.
Twelve volumes have been published by Kadokawa Shoten since 2012 under their Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko imprint. A manga adaptation has been serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Shōnen Ace magazine since May 2013.
A second manga adaptation has been serialized in Hakusensha's Young Animal Arashi magazine since February 2014. The first season of an anime television adaptation premiered on January 7, 2015.
The first OVA episode was released on June 22, 2015. The second anime television season premiered on October 9, 2015. A second OVA episode was released on January 26, 2016. A third OVA episode was released on March 28, 2018.
Basara Tojo is a high school student studying at Hijirigasaka Academy when his father Jin suddenly gets "remarried" and asks Basara if he wants to have sisters. Basara meets his two cute stepsisters, Mio Naruse and Maria Naruse.
After his father departs overseas, Basara quickly finds that the two sisters are actually part of a demon clan, and he is meant to be with the hero clan.
Mio, a Demon princess, forcibly attempts to make a master and servant contract with Basara, but Maria has it end up being the opposite, with Basara as the master.
Basara is then always getting into ecchi scenarios, more the while, to protect Mio from being pursued by other demons who are after her heritage passed down by the former Demon Lord Wilbert.

Sushi Police Review

Honda, Kawasaki, and Suzuki all comprise the elite ninth unit of the Sushi Police—a task force with the sole objective of sniffing out restaurants serving illicit or non-traditional sushi and eradicating them, no matter how insignificant their offense may be.
The Sushi Police travel freely around the world in pursuit of these vile criminals day or night, with their strong sense of justice and the World Food-Culture Conservation Organization backing them. No offenders of Japan's traditional cuisine can escape their wrath!
During one of their purification missions, the Sushi Police encounter Sara—a hot, young, television reporter out to expose them and the World Food-Culture Conservation Organization for corruption.
They interrogate her, but her wiles, skills, and charms allow her to easily escape from their grasp, setting off a chain of events that will lead to the true purpose of the Sushi Police being revealed.

Sekkou Boys Review

Sekkō Boys (石膏ボーイズ, Sekkō Bōizu) is a Japanese anime television series produced by Liden Films. It aired between January 8 and March 25, 2016.
The ending theme is "Hoshizora Rendezvous" (星空ランデブー, Hoshizora Rendevū) by Sekkō Boys, a unit composed of the four main voice actors: Tomokazu Sugita, Shinnosuke Tachibana, Jun Fukuyama and Daisuke Ono.
The series follows four Greco-Roman gypsum busts: Saint Giorgio, Medici, Hermes and Mars, who form an idol unit managed by Miki Ishimoto, a rookie art school graduate.