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The Perfect Insider (anime review)

perfect-insiderTitle: The Perfect Insider

Directors: Mamaru Kanbe

Writer: Toshiya Ono

Music: Kenji Kawai

Studio: A-1 Pictures

U. S. Distributor: Sentai Filmworks, Section 23

U. S. Release date: October 25th, 2016

Format: Blu-ray/ 11 Episodes / 275 Minutes

Genre: Drama, Suspense, Murder Mystery

Age Rating: MA

Overall Personal Rating: A-

Synopsis: 

For most people, finding a dead body on their vacation would mean the vacation is over. However, for Souhei Saikawa, a professor of architecture, and his student Moe Nishinosono, a math prodigy, it’s a different kind of challenge.

Genius programmer Shiki Magata, one of Souhei’s idols, is inexplicably murdered inside the sealed research lab she disappeared to after being found innocent of her parents’ murder. As Souhei and Moe take the first steps into a deadly new world, they must untangle the complex web of events and clues leading up to the murder. With danger creeping up around them, this may be the last mystery this pair of human anomalies attempts to solve in THE PERFECT INSIDER!

Commentary:

It has been a while since I have enjoyed a murder mystery like The Perfect Insider. From the very first episode I was hooked. I had no idea what was going on but the characters were coming at me in a strange and intriguing direction. I found the plot development rather satisfying with plenty of open question that needed to be answered and most were covered as the series progressed.

The Perfect Insider is a great and refreshing anime after see the market flooded with magical power and fan service anime. I like most of the new series but there has become a series lack of great dramas coming over to the North America. This is where The Perfect Insider stands out. It doesn’t waist your time with frivolous fan service or make our characters magically powerful, it takes a group of people and places them in the middle of a rather confusing and disturbing situation.

Overall Grade: A-

The Perfect Insider does almost everything a great dramatic anime does. It provides a tense mystery with plenty of dark under pinnings. Some of those darker elements put me off a bit, but I understand why they were there.

The animation work perfectly with the story. It is slick enough to make it easy to concentrate on the story and tosses in some well done CG (computer graphics) to provide the eye candy when needed. It help a hard enough edge and color palette that helps keep the focus on the story and the characters. Often you will have anime blast you with bright colors and overly stylized environment to hide the fact that the story is week. The Perfect Insider manages to keep you focused on the story and the character. The only weakness I saw was that there was a lacking of emotion showing in some of the characters faces when important information was discovered.

If you are looking for a strong mature drama with a great ending then you really need to check out The Perfect Insider. One word of caution, this series is not for younger viewers it does contain some rather unpleasant imagery and plot topics that are not suitable for minors.

 

Chaika The Coffin Princess Avenging Battle; Season 2 (anime review)

chaika-the-coffin-princess-2Title: Chaika The Coffin Princess Avenging Battle (Season 2) Blu-Ray

Director: Soichi Masui

Creator: Ichiro Sakaki

Anime Writer: Touko Machida

Studio: Bones

U. S. Distributor: Sentai Filmworks, Section 23

U. S. Release Date: September 27th, 2016

Format: Blu-ray/ 10 Episodes + 1 OVA/ 275 Minutes

Genre: Fantasy, Action, Supernatural, Harem

Age Rating: TV 14

Overall Personal Rating: A-

Synopsis:

The battle on the floating fortress is over, but the quest to recover the scattered remains of Emperor Gaz is too important to delay. As Chaika and her companions seek out the hero Claudia in order to obtain the heart, they race against Red Chaika, who seeks the hero, Guy, who possesses one of the arms.

Even as Chaika struggles to learn the new magical skills required to defeat Claudia, a startling new revelation comes to light which may change their mission entirely: not all of Gaz’s magic research was destroyed, and information regarding the creation of the Chaikas may have been taken to a mysterious island!

With the possibility of uncovering the secrets behind their mysterious origins dangled in front of them, the Chaikas must decide whether or not they want to find the hidden island and brave its unknown perils. Could the entire thing be a trap?

It’s highly likely, but how can they resist the bait as the spellbinding adventure continues in CHAIKA THE COFFIN PRINCESS – AVENGING BATTLE!

Commentary:

After almost 10 months Chaika returns to complete the series. Chaika the Coffin Princess Avenging Battle is more than the second season it manages to take the series to another level. There was much less concentration on the harem aspects and real focus on the plot and character development. The simple fact that all of the characters knew what they were after and set their sights on completing their mission was very helpful in drawing a clear line between them. As the mystery unfolded for both the viewer and the lead characters it became obvious that there had to be some soul searching as the final battle drew close.

Overall Grade: A-

Unlike the first season of Chaika the Coffin PrincessChaika The Coffin Princess Avenging Battle is much faster and full of action. The plot develops at a lightening pace which is great if you are in a hurry to get to the end. I enjoyed it but felt like there could have been a little more story development to help explain everything that was going on. Even with the shortened length I still felt like there was plenty of information and  lots of excitement. I was even pleased with the ending.

It was refreshing to have the series focus on the end and also loose some of the emphasis on the Moe and Harem aspects to provide a solid series that has plenty of characters that anyone can connect with.

If you liked the first season of Chaika then you will love Chaika The Coffin Princess Avenging Battle. If you haven’t seen the first season and are interested in some fun and excitement then you should check out the series from the beginning. I think  you should be hooked and ready to see the rest.

Just In Re-stock Anime

shirobako-Here is a list of the re-stock anime we just go in:

Sword Art Online Season 1 vol. 1, 3 & 4

Sword Art Online Season II vol 1

Ah My Buddha!

Evangelion 2.22 Blu-ray

Samurai 7 Complete Series

Shirobako

Desert Punk

arrowGhost in the Shell 2nd Gig S.A.C.

Ah! My Goddess Complete Collection vol 1-6 (26 episodes Season 1)

Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (anime review)

mobile-suit-zeta-gundam-Title: Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam Collection One on Blu-ray

Director: Yoshiyuki Tomino

Studio: Sunrise

U. S. Distributor: Nozomi/ Right Stuf

U. S. Release Date: March 1st, 2016

Format: Blu-ray / 25 Episodes / 625 Minutes

Genre: Mecha, Sci Fi

Age Rating: TV14

Overall Personal Rating: B

Synopsis:

The Earth Federation stands victorious, but are they still on the right side?

In Zeta Gundam, we see the future world of the Universal Century through a dark mirror. Having defeated the Zeon menace, the Earth Federation has itself become cruel and oppressive. A new generation of Gundam mobile suits is created not to fight for peace, but to punish the enemies of the state, and yesterday’s villains must become today’s heroes in order to balance the scales of justice. When a young civilian named Kamille Bidan is caught up in the rebellion, he little suspects the price he will pay in the fight for freedom.

Commentary:

I really wanted to like Kamille and I wanted to root for him, but that didn’t last. Once he joined the A.E.U.G. he became even more obnoxious. In the beginning he was a thief and then he just became a whinny little Japanese main character. Other than the obnoxious main character I found the series rather enjoyable. To be honest I don’t find the older series rather tiresome, but Zeta Gundam has some interesting points of view that are well developed and explored in a very deliberate manor. The philosophical viewpoint from A.E.U.G. is rather forward thinking for a series that is almost 15 years old.

Overall Grade: B

When the name Gundam is mentioned I know that I am in for a long conversation with a fan who are immersed in a universe of contradictions and  fanciful flights of science fiction that tend to defy any real grounding in physics or understanding of the universe we live in. Zeta Gundam manages to find some reality but the strength of the series is in its viewpoints not the understanding of the physics that surround them.

Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam is a fun series and I have a feeling that the second collection will round it out and bring it home with a bang. I know that Gundam fans will grab this one up, but if you are new to the series this is a good one to start with. The animation is reasonable for a TV series and the writing is better than several of the other series in the Gundam universe. So, if you want to dip your toe’s in the world of Mobile Suit Gundam then Zeta is a great place to start.

 

RE: Hamatora Season 2

RE: Hamatora Season 2Title: RE:Hamatora season 2

Directed by: Seiji Kishi & Hiroshi Kimura

Written by: Tōko Machida & Jun Kumagai

Music by: Makoto Yoshimori

Studio: NAZ

U. S. Distributor: Sentai Filmworks, Section 23

U. S. Release Date: January 26th, 2016

Format: Blu-ray / 12 episodes / 300 Minutes

Genre: Drama, Sci Fi, Mystery, Supernatural

Age Rating: TV MA

Overall Personal Rating: A-

Synopsis:

Having the incredible powers that come with being a Minimum Holder can be a huge advantage to a private detective firm like Hamatora, but how can anyone stop someone who can both come back from the dead AND steal your powers at the same time?

That’s the problem that now confronts Murasaki and Hajime, and it’s made even more vexing by the fact that the team’s founder, Nice, may be dead as well. But while it may or may not have been Nice, Art is definitely killing himself for more than just Art’s sake and his goal seems to be to gather as many stolen powers as he can in order to rival Nice’s ability.

However, the strength of a power isn’t all that matters, and a lesser ability can triumph over a greater one if used correctly. It’s Rock – Paper-Scissors but with super powers as Minimum Holder takes on Minimum Holder in RE: Hamatora!

Commentary: 

Season 2 of Hamatora does something that every anime should do, tell a great story and give the fans a thrilling plot and solid ending. Season 1 set the plot up and season knocked it down. I thought I understood the characters from their solid development in the first 12 episodes, but that was nothing compared to what was provided in season 2. Honestly it has been a long time since I have come across a series that does this. Mt first thought was Darker Than Black and the complexity of those characters. Although, Darker Than Black was better written and gave us some very memorable individuals. In Hamatora there are plenty of great characters, it isn’t until the end that they become something more than entertaining.

Just as season 1 was quick and dramatic season 2 of Hamatora is a little slower and much more intriguing. Much of the first 5 to 6 episodes I was trying to understand what was really going on and it wasn’t until I got to the last 3 that everything began to come into focus. That is ideal in a dramatic series like Hamatora, but there a few moments that I was ready to step away just be drawn back in. I didn’t get that momentary doubt in season one.

Overall Grade: A-

RE: Hamatora just might prove to be a long lasting series. I just hope anime fans get the opportunity to see it. I have discovered over the last few years that all to many solid series get lost in  the hype and flash of the other super star shows that blast onto the scene. I miss the days where series are discovered and become a small wild fire through the fandom. Now-a-days it seems as if the ones that get the most advertising and hype get the all too much attention. Where there are many great series that get left on the self. I get people asking me about great series and I through out some names and more often than not I get blank expressions then something like “what do you think about Attack On Titan?”. I just smile.

Hamatora has it all and then a little more. If it would not have lost focus early on in season 2 I think it would have been a home run. If you are looking for a true drama that ends up being kinder and gentler than you might expect then you really need to check this series out.

Chaika: The Coffin Princess

814131014986_anime-chaika-coffin-princess-blu-rayTitle: Chaika The Coffin Princess season 1

Director: Soichi Masui

Creator: Ichiro Sakaki

Anime Writer: Touko Machida

Studio: Bones

U. S. Distributor: Sentai Filmworks, Section 23

Format: Blu-ray/ 12 Episodes / 300 Minutes

Genre: Fantasy, Action, Supernatural

Age Rating: TV 14

Overall Personal Rating: B+

Synopsis:

The end of the war with the Gaz Empire only meant unemployment for former Saboteur Toru Acura. So when he collides with fate in the form of a young girl carrying a coffin through a forest, it doesn’t take much convincing for Toru and his similarly inclined step-sister Akari to join young wizard Chaika on her bizarre quest: to collect the scattered body parts of the former Emperor.

Unfortunately, the severed pieces were carried off by the Heroes who killed him, and some think that reassembling them could restart the war! On top of that, Chaika may not be who she claims to be, as there are others conducting similar missions all across the kingdoms. Is Chaika a dead man’s daughter, picking up the pieces for burial, or is there something far more sinister in the works? The winds of war are stirring and there are dragons waiting in the darkness ahead for Chaika The Coffin Princess!

Commentary:

Chaika The Coffin Princess is not what I expected. I was thoughtful and full of dark mystery. The series first came across as just another dark fantasy, but as it progressed I found the plot to be much thicker and well developed. You never really know who or what Chaika is but it does become easy to by into the little group because of the blind faith that Toru who is looking for a reason to live.

The other thing that makes it easy to like this series is the animation. Bones does a lot of different animation it doesn’t always work, but for Chaika the look and feel is spot on. The story fits the fanciful world they live in and helps keep things moving along. That being said I am getting a little tired of seeing the magical rings show up in every show to evidence some summons or spell being cast. It is over used I think it would have worked just fine without it.

Overall Grade: B+

Chaika the Coffin Princess is a strong fantasy that give you enough story and plot to make it worth while to get involved in.  As it worked toward the end of the first 12 episodes I was hoping for more information and maybe even a secret or two to be revealed, but I was left wanting more. Sometimes it is a terrible way to setup a series but when the story and plot are strong enough it is a wonderful way to move the series along. Chaika the Coffin Princess  voice acting was rather tight and caught the feeling exceptionally well. The only draw back was Crystal LaPort who played Fredrika. She came across whinny and took to the high pitch end all too much that it became annoying, much the way Monica Rail plays many of her characters. It is just too much.

Chaika the Coffin Princess is a great option for the fantasy lover. It should be easy to get past the tired Lolita crap laid out with Chaika and get into the story. For those of you looking for something different then this might be just what you are looking for. I found much of the drama and action that is found in Sword Art Online and some of the solid plot of Fullmetal Alchemist.

Check it out and enjoy.

Captain Earth Collection 1 (anime review)

Captain Earth Collection 1Title: Captain Earth Collection 1

Director: Takuya Igarashi

Writer: Yoji Enokido

Studio: Bones

U. S. Distributor: Sentai Film Works, Section 23

U. S. Release Date: June 16th, 2015

Format: Blu-ray / 325 Minutes / 13 Episodes

Genre: Mecha, Sci Fi, Romance

Age Rating: TV 14

Overall Personal Rating: B+

Synopsis:

When Daichi Manatsu sees a mysterious rainbow appearing near the Tanegashima Space Center, he immediately recognizes it as being similar to an apparition that formed when his father was killed in a mysterious accident years earlier. Traveling to Tanegashima, Daichi quickly finds himself involved with the machinations of Globe, a secret agency created to defend mankind from extraterrestrial forces.

While it might seem like a big job for a mere teenager, it turns out that the skills Daichi has honed on video games combined with a special weapon called the Livlaster make Daichi ideally suited for operating the Earth Engine Impacter. A giant robot, the Earth Engine may be mankind’s best hope against aliens whose goal is to completely drain our world’s lifeforce energy. Fortunately, Daichi won’t be on his own. He’s quickly joined by a group of equally dedicated young people who all have their own skills and abilities to contribute to the battle.

Commentary:

There are a plethora of Mecha titles coming out recently and most of them follow a rather tried and true format and some follow a rather static formula. Captain Earth is no exception and in many ways it manages to mirror one of the more remarkable mecha series ever released. I know that the art world is known for building on the ideas of their predecessors and the commonalities that Captan Earth has to Eureka Seven is a classic example. With that said I don’t want to knock Captain Earth because I find it to be a very entertaining series and Yoji Enokido managed to bring in enough different elements that makes this series more of a next step in the evolution of the plot device rather than a blatant ripoff of the original Eureka Seven story.

The overall feel of the series was strong and moved with a solid pace so that it never felt like it was loosing focus. We are feed enough information and character development to keep us interested in these kids and also positively rooting for their cause. It takes several episodes to discover the real threat the Earth is under and the other unknowns are rolled out with a measured consistency.

The only real drawback to the series so far is the protagonist. In particular the super computer PAC. I found the fact that this computer managed to take on some all too human qualities that flat out contradict its logical superiority. Anyway, I found some of the darker elements of the story to have less than solid development.

Overall Grade: B+

The thing about Captain Earth that I enjoy is the fact that it continually give you a boost of positive reinforcement toward the main characters. And also gives a central player who needs all of the supporting cast to make their survial possible.

The overall animation of the series is typical Bones quality. The production values are high enough to make it easy to watch the series and yet some of the CG aspects are average at best. I realized while watching the series how important a lush sky is. I got a positive reaction every time I saw the deep cerulean  blue background with puffy white cotton ball clouds slowly passing and understood the importance in reminding the viewer how important saving humanity and the Earth is to the series.

I am looking forward to the second half of the series and truly hope that the story says on track. If you are looking for a solid Mecha that has similarities to Eureka Seven then you should get in line to check Captain Earth out, I know you will like it.

Merchandise Just Arrived

Here is a list of items that have come in. This list is just for information and not updated as an inventory.

Happy Pillow

Happy Pillow

Anime:

Baccano!

Bayonetta

Berserk The Golden Age Arc 3

Blame

D-Gray-man Season 1

Eden of the East Movie 1 and 2

Gunslinger Girl Complete

Hetalia Axis Powers

Mouse

sebastian pillow

sebastian pillow

Queen’s Blade 2,3

Sailor Moon Part 1

Sgt Frog 1,3

Shiki

Steins;Gate

Str A In

Summer Wars

The Third: The Girl with the Blue Eye

Vanddread

Weathering Continent

Yamada’s First Time

Angel Beats!:

Yuri t-shirt (L)

Phone Charm

Emblem Key Chain

Attack on Titan:

T-Shirt Scout Regiment (L)

titan patch

titan patch

Colossal Titan Patch

Phone Charm;  Scout Regiment, Armin, Titan,

Eren,Levi

Plush: Armin, Eren

Black Butler:

Pins

Sebastian Body Pillows (Portrait and Laying)

Black Rock Shooter:

Character T-Shirt

Pins

Miku Mug

Miku Mug

Plush

Blue Exorcist:

Wristband Rin

Playing Cards

Key Chains

Kuro Plush

Bleach:

Orihime Flower Patch

Pins

Tin Pencil Case Kon

Cowboy Bebop Pencil Tin

Cowboy Bebop Pencil Tin

Certain Scientific Railgun:

Pins

DearS:

Pins

Code Geass:

Key Chain

Cowboy Bebop:

Tin Pencil Case

Death Note:

Pins

Blue Exorcist Plush

Blue Exorcist Plush

Dragon Ball:

Blanket Goku

Durarara!! :

Pins

Playing Cards

Fairy Tail:

Pins

Tin Pencil Case Logo

Happy Pillow

Hetalia Lunch Bag

Hetalia Lunch Bag

Fate/Zero:

Pins

FLCL:

Blanket

Takkun  Pillow

Gundam:

Playing Cards

Hetalia:

Wristband

Lunch Bag

Pins

Hetalia Pencil Case

Hetalia Pencil Case

Button

Lanyard

Tin Pencil Case Group

Stickers

Playing Cards

Pixie Plush

Inu Yasha :

Playing Cards

Kenshin:

Kill La Kill Travel Mug

Kill La Kill Travel Mug

Pins

Kill La Kill:

Travel Mug Ryuko Vs Satuski

Legend of Zelda:

Socks

Madoka Magica:

Hoodies

Pins

Tin Pencil Case

Wall Clock

Magi:

Mug Alibaba

Magi Mug

Magi Mug

Mega Man:

Playing Cards

Naruto:

Pins

Chopsticks

Playing Cards

Pencil Case

Pencil Case

Key Chains; Iruka, Pakkun, Nine Tail Fox

Deidara, Tobi

Nisemonogarari:

Pins

Tin Pencil Case

Ouran High School:

Ouran High Mug

Ouran High Mug

Group Mug

Persona 4:

Pins

Psycho-Pass:

Pins

Sailor Moon:

Pins

Playing Cards

Chibimoon Plush

Chibimoon Plush

Key Chain

Chibimoon Plush

Sonic:

Tin Pencil Case

Playing Cards

Soul Eater:

Pins

Spice and Wolf:

Playing Cards

Sword Art Online:

Sword Art Online Clock

Sword Art Online Clock

Kirtiro T-shirt

Tin Pencil Case

Wall Clock

Tales of Symphonia:

Pins

Trigun:

Pins

Tin Pencil Case

Volcaloid:

Pins

Miku Lanyard

Miku Lanyard

Button Lin and Len

Lanyard Miku

Phone Charm; Kairo, Luka, Meiko, Miku

Miku Mug

Miku Towel

Pop! Vinal Figure

Key Chains

Wagnaria!! :

Pins

Miku Figure

Miku Figure

Manga/Books:

Antique Bakery 3,4

Antique Gift Shop 2-8,10

Sstral Project 1

Avalon  Web of Magic 3

Aventura 1

Bride’s Story 6

DiGi Charat 3

Dracula Everlasting 1-3

Dragon Girl 2

Drago Ball Blanket

Drago Ball Blanket

Dragon Sword and Wind Child (Novel)

Flower of Life 1-4

Ghost Hunt 10,11

Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence

GTO-The Early Years 11,15

Guru guru Pon-Chan 2-8

Haruhi: celebration of Haruhi Suzumiya

Hayate X Blade 1,3

Hetalia 6

Hyde and Closer 1,2,3,6,7

I

FLCL Blanket

FLCL Blanket

nu Baka 4,7,8-14

Inu x Boku SS 5

Judge 5

Kabuki 3,4

Kagetaora 10

Kare Frist Love 1

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Vol 4

Knights 1,2

Kurohime 7,12-14

Kurozakuro2,3,7

Madoka Hoodie

Madoka Hoodie

Love Roma 2-5

Madara 1,2

Mamatte! L0llipop 6

Melancholy of Mechagirl

Mixed Vegetables 2,3,5,6,7

My Heavenly Hockey Club 2,3,5,6,7

Madoka Magica The Different Story

Ninja Girls 8

One Thousand and One Nights 3,5,10

Oninage 4

Ulquiorra Pillow

Ulquiorra Pillow

Othello 1,2,5

Panda Man

Rocket Girls (Novel)

Sankarea 2,3,9

Sayonara Zetsubou0- Sensei 9,11,12

Strategy in Japanese Swordsmanship

Sword Art Online Novel 1, 2 Arincrad

Sword Art Online Aincrad Manga

Terraformars 1

Ubel Blatt 0

Umineko Episode 4 Alliance of the Golden Witch

 

Used Anime In

Here is a list of the used anime has come in. This list is only for information and not updated as an inventory.

1Akikan Complete

Angel Beats

Armitage 3

Azumanga Daioh

Bleak Night

Cat Planet Cuties

Chaos Head

cyber City

Detective Dee

DNAngel Disc 2

Dokkoida

Elfen Lied Disc 2

Ergo Proxy Disc 1

Full Metal Alchemist The Sacared Star of Milos

Gilgamesh

Heaven’s Memo Pad

Hellsing Ultimate

Is this a Zombie

Kill Me Baby

K-ON Season 2

The Legend of Zelda

Madoka Magica Volume 1

Magikano 1

Maria Watches Over Us

Naruto Set 4

PaniPoni Dash Disc 1

Phantom

Rosaria + Vampire

Rozen Maiden

Sekirei Season 1

Sekirei Pure Engagement

Shiki

Smuggler

Squid Girl

Spice and Wolf Season 2

Summer Wars

Sword Art Online 1 and 2

Stein’s Gate

Synesthesia

Thermae Romae

Tweeny Witches Collector Box

Venus Versus Virus

Welcome to the NHK

 

 

New Items In

Here is a list of what has come in today. This list is only for information and not updated as an inventory. For information on a specific item, please call us at 314-603-4718 during business hours or email us at admin@animeggroll.com.

Ramune is restocked!

 

1Plush:

LLama

Buttons:

Black Butler

Brave

Certain Magical Index

Dirty Pair

Fairy Tail

Haganai

Hetalia

2Is this a Zombie

Listen to Me Girls

Magi

Naruto

Natsume’s Book of Friends

Panty and Stocking

Penguin drum

Soul Eater

Spice and Wolf

Sword Art Online

Trigun

1Lanyard:

Hetalia

Zelda

Wallets:

Hetalia

Necklace:

Attack on Titan

Wristband:

1Attack on Titan

T-Shirts:

Black Butler

Fairy Tail

Hetalia

Socks:

Grell

Kuybey

Sebastian Cow

4Bags:

Attack on Titan Drawstring pack

Attack on Titan messenger

Attack on Titan lunch

Gaara’s gourd

Full Metal Alchemist messenger

Books:

Rosario Vampire 2 Vol 13

Blankets:

3Fairy Tail Happy

Blue Exorcist

Mugs:

Fairy Tail

Cards:

Hetalia

2Key Chains:

Brave 10

Death Note

Evangelion

Gundam

Hetalia

Magi

Rosario Vamp

Legend of Zelda

1Memo Pads:

Cat Planet Cuties

Evangelion

FNA

Ketalia

Kill la Kill

Moon Phase

Listen to Me Girls

Ouran high School

Panty and Stocking

Spice and Wolf

Sword Art Online

Wagnaria

Tiger and Bunny