Katekyo Hitman Reborn Season 4 Review

September 5, 2009

Finished with KHR, season 4. Again, I LOVED IT!

This time I have more nitpicks than I did with season two, but this idea is just so original. Epic wuv. I’ll outline the plot now:

So Reborn is hit with Lambo’s 10-Year Bazooka. And uh oh…well…no one appears in his place. So to try and get answers, Tsuna accidentally gets blasted into the future and finds out two things. One: In 10 years, Sawada Tsunayoshi will have lost his life. Two: The 10-Year Bazooka is malfunctioning. He’s going to be staying a while.

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Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Season Two review

June 30, 2009

I literally moments ago just finished watching KHR season two, and it totally beat season one. As in, landslide epic win.

So first season, as I mentioned before, had little plot. Sadly. But this season had a REALLY AMAZING PLOT! Which I’ll outline now:

So there’s an elite assasin team in the Vongola, and they’re called the Varia. And their leader is a power-hungry man,  son of the 9th Vongola leader, called Xanxus, who wants to be the Juudaime. Hey, wait, wasn’t that Tsuna’s position? Ohhh snap. You can imagine. Read the rest of this entry »


Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Season One review

June 25, 2009
Oh my.
So I just finished watching KHR (That stands for Katekyo Hitman Reborn). First season. What are my thoughts?
*_______________* I absolutely adored it.
Of course, I have my nitpicks, but I’ll adress those in a moment. First off, let me give a basic explanation of the plot.
So Mr. Sawada Tsunayoshi (Known as Tsuna and “No-Good Tsuna”) is pretty much this first year middle schooler who’s a complete loser. He’s a wimp and crybaby, bad grades, no friends, but he’s really sweet at heart and has a crush on a girl named Kyoko. Then he finds out he’s to become the 10th boss of an Italian mafia called the Vongola Family from an infant hitman named Reborn. Uhhh. What? And of course, being Tsuna, he freaks out. Like, “WTF LEAVE ME ALOOOOONE!!!” freakout. But he gets friends, and he slowly matures through the first season. Kind of.
Sounds pretty blah, right? That’s what I thought. And the characters- whew. I won’t describe them because I’m afraid of scaring people off…hearing about them is never a good thing, only seeing them and giving them a chance. Honestly, its amazing. Because anyone who can take that random a gathering of characters and make an anime that can honestly be considered “woahmygosh that’s freaking awesome”, is a mangaka god.
I won’t lie, I was a little put off at first, but once you get through maybe 15 episodes- I mean really, most of it is introductory, boring, and repetitive. What’s new? But then you get to honest to goodness PLOTLINE, and that’s where it starts to get good. Really, you should give it a chance. Sadly KHR is not english dubbed, but I couldn’t watch it even if it was. I’m too attached to the japanese VA’s (Voice Actors, for those not forum-inclined).
My small little nitpicks of season one? One: After the Mukuro arc,what was the point of the small little episodes that sort of gave a lame ending to the season? They really should have stopped right after the Mukuro arc and just continued to the second season from there. I thought I’d gotten to season two because they changed the opening (second. opening. is. amazing.) and ending themes. But apparently not, according to Wikipedia. And two: A little too many mini episodes. Like, those little episodes that just don’t advance the plot at all. I’m totally fine with that, they’re hilarious, but they’re sometimes a little boring. Mmm. And Tsuna does fantasize about hanging out with Kyoko, her giggling gets a little annoying sometimes. I usually just fast-forward through the sparkly bits and then its all good. =_________=” Plus, no girls in Tsuna’s mafia family! And the only girls he hangs out with are really naive. I-Pin doesn’t really count much, she’s more of a nuisance a lot of the time. It kind of bothers me that there are no really cool girl characters in Tsuna’s family D:
I can’t let you go without a little enticement though! I need to recruit more KHR fans! I mean it, the fanbase is just too small compared to Naruto and Bleach and things. Not saying those are bad animangas, but seriously! When you find gems like these, you want other people to turn away from their Naruto fanfictions and appreciate something else for a moment! D:
Second Opening:
h o m g.
If you don’t lurve this, then…wah.

Oh my.

So I just finished watching KHR (That stands for Katekyo Hitman Reborn). First season. What are my thoughts?

*_______________* I absolutely adored it.

Of course, I have my nitpicks, but I’ll address those in a moment. First off, let me give a basic explanation of the plot.

So Mr. Sawada Tsunayoshi (Known as Tsuna and “No-Good Tsuna”) is pretty much this first year middle schooler who’s a complete loser. He’s a wimp and crybaby, bad grades, no friends, but he’s really sweet at heart and has a crush on a girl named Kyoko. Then he finds out he’s to become the 10th boss of an Italian mafia called the Vongola Family from an infant hitman named Reborn. Uhhh. What? Read the rest of this entry »


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