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|A Certain Scientific Railgun (manga)||Excellent|
|Confidential Confessions (manga)||Very good|
|Dance in the Vampire Bund (manga)||Very good|
|Eureka Seven (manga)||Very good|
|Lotte no Omocha! (manga)||Very good|
|Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei (manga)||Very good|
|Dragon Ball (manga)||Good|
|Fullmetal Alchemist (manga)||Good|
|Nymphet (manga, K. Watashiya)||Good|
|Samurai Deeper Kyo (manga)||Good|
|Strawberry Marshmallow (manga)||Good|
|A.I. Love You (manga)||Decent|
|(The) All-New Tenchi Muyō! (manga)||Decent|
|Chibi Vampire (manga by Y. Kagesaki)||Decent|
|Excel Saga (manga)||Decent|
|Kodomo no Jikan (manga, Akira Gotō)||Decent|
|Tokyo Mew Mew (manga)||So-so|
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Mob Psycho 100 and New Game! race up the charts as we head into the final weeks of Summer 2016! Find out how all your favorite shows fared in our weekly rankings! ― Our team of reviewers are following 30 anime series of the Summer 2016 season and readers are rating each episode as the reviews go up. So let's have a look at what ANN readers consider the best (and worst) of the season. Keep in mind th...
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Theron Martin takes on the fourth installment of the Fate/kaleid franchise, which returns the series to a greater focus on story and action in a mysterious alternate world. ― At 12 episodes, the fourth installment of the Fate/kaleid liner franchise is its longest to date. It's apparently not the last installment in the franchise either, given the recent advertisement for an upcoming movie. That's goo...
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The second volume of this josei romance focuses on Ryu Nanami, who may have bigger issues than he thinks. Rebecca Silverman investigates. ― When we first met Asuka and Ryu, they were resisting falling for each other. Asuka has the old-fashioned dream of one day marrying and becoming a stay-at-home wife and mother, while Ryu, a popular newscaster, likes living life his way on his terms, none of which ...