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This week, Slim Cycle Review, a blog dedicated to reviewing anime in the genre of slim patch, is offering its first ever review of the series I Am Setsuna.
While the review doesn’t cover every aspect of the show, it does cover a few key points that will give fans of the anime a better idea of how the series is constructed.
The review starts off by outlining the basics of the manga, introducing the main cast and introducing the world of I Am Setuna.
The series is written by the same author that created the manga itself, and he shares a number of notes from the series that may not be familiar to fans of that manga.
While Slim Cycle’s review of I AM SETUNA isn’t exactly a thorough look at the show’s entire premise, it is definitely a well-written and well-considered piece of writing.
While the show doesn’t feature the same amount of action or action-oriented plot that the manga does, it did offer a few glimpses of what would become the backbone of the entire show.
The first of these was the introduction of a group of “slim patches” who act as guards for various places, and it is their actions that cause the destruction of the town of Odaiba.
It is a plot device that sets the stage for the entire series.
A number of scenes in the series show the group of slim patches getting more and more aggressive, until finally they finally destroy the town.
The scenes that I Am Sometuna follows the story of the “skeleton patch” as they try to escape the town in a way that no one can.
The show is also littered with moments of the main characters getting their hands dirty, such as when Ryuuhei and the others finally get their hands on the first and last of the slim patches.
The character designs are also quite distinctive, with many characters wearing clothing that doesn’t seem to fit the character’s body.
The manga is also well written with lots of detailed dialogue, especially when it comes to Ryuuichi’s relationship with Ryuu.
Overall, I Am I Ametsuna is a well crafted piece of work that is well worth checking out.
The characters are unique and the pacing is quite fluid.
There are several points that are worth exploring, such that fans of I am Setsuna and the manga can learn a lot about the world they are currently in.