Shoujoboy's Rozen Maiden Tv Review

Rozen Maiden

Rated: 9

Rozen Maiden is a hard show to put my finger on. The plot was fairly easy to follow, not too horribly deep and at times, fairly cliche. But the show was very enjoyable and quite engaging. I laughed, felt sad, was empathetic and weirded out all over the course of the twelve episodes. While the show was fun to watch, critically speaking, it missed a few marks on making it great. The weak plot, the lack of character development and the few cliche moments in the show held it back from attaining that top 10 quality. For those with an open anime state of mind, this show should provide some fun and excitement. For those with pickier tastes, this may end up being a waste of your time.

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Zero8888's Rozen Maiden Tv Review

Rozen Maiden

Rated: 8

Overall it shows promise of bringing a few hour of pleasure as its episodes are only up to 12 and there aren`t any news of add-ons or OVA but nevertheless it is a good anime.The plot is interesting and the occasional humor in it is appreciated.The songs are good and it goes with the situation.The art is definitely to be given merits as it is nearly perfect and special attention is given to the characters as well as humourous on certain occasions.All these make this anime, one great anime to watch and definitely worth buying.Undoubtedly it will be worth your time and money as well as you attention.There is two words that I want to highlight about this anime which is comical and meaningful.

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Ladholyman's Rozen Maiden Tv Review

Rozen Maiden

Rated: 9

A surprising hit... the plot is something very new. And I liked the character designs. Highly recommended. Nothing beats a Sunday afternoon watching pedo dolls fight. Man that made my day. The very first episode got me hooked. The scene with Shinku slapping Jun was just perfect. The timing, the absurdity of the act, the voice-acting, Jun's face after the ordeal, just perfect. The fourth episode uses completely XD faces throughout, making a interesting filler indeed. Some of the bit characters were ingenius too, like Kun-kun. Why Shinku, Sui Sei Seki, and Hina Ichigo would watch a show with puppets, I do not know. What I do know is the dramatic irony of puppets watching puppets. Ingenious.

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Angelkitten's Rozen Maiden Tv Review

Rozen Maiden

Rated: 9

This series was quite enjoyable, never dull, and definately re-watchable, which I can't say for much of the anime that I watch. I'd love to see more... and an anime leaving you wanting more must mean that it's good! The characters really grow on you, and though only a few of them really have significant (and perhaps somewhat predictable) development, it's more than enough to support the series.

Besides the main story line, the interplay of the character's together was really entertaining. Comedic moments were numerous and cute as hell. The dolls' fascination with a puppet TV show, Kun-kun about a detective dog is charming as ever.

As far as pacing is concerned, I felt the series was perfect.

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Stormy001's Rozen Maiden Tv Review

Rozen Maiden

Rated: 7

The theme of this anime is loneliness, life of inanimate, acceptance and connection with family. Jun and Shinku may look very different from each other in basic, but the anime did its job trying to show that they do share similar pain and connections with each other. However what is different between them is the way they handle it on their own, this part of their pain and suffering. As the episode progresses towards the end, both of them reconcile their views on life and began to have a sustainable relationship, Shinku finally founds a home and Jun founds a reason to be connected to the outside world again.

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