Inverseman

The Inverseman is an evil overlord from an alternate dimension representing humanity's anti-existence who masquerades as an aspiring high school teacher.

Aug 312015
 

A hero will appear

Ping Pong poster

A review copy has been provided by FUNimation Entertainment

With the original manga by Taiyou Matsumoto in 1996 and the anime directed by Masaaki Yuasa, we have another retro anime adaptation. What does Moar Powah’s Inverseman think of this blast from the past sports anime? Find out!

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Aug 242015
 

Azure Grimoire! Lift the jinx on fighting game anime!

BlazBlue anime poster

A review copy was provided by FUNimation Entertainment

The wheel of fate is turning!  What’s up ladies and gentlemen, the Inverseman here with another review. This time we’re looking at the anime adaptation of Arc System Works’ popular fighting game series, BlazBlue. With the vastness of the BlazBlue storyline, does the anime live up to the hype? Find out!

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Aug 212015
 

Suffering in Russia

Darker than Black season 2 poster

A review copy was provided by FUNimation Entertainment

2007’s Darker than Black presented a gritty sci-fi hit  with a satisfying open-ended ending, definitely earning a spot in FUNimation’s Anime Classics collection. Not long after, a second season was announced and released in 2009. With many burning questions hot off the heels of the first season, how did Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor hold up? The Inverseman investigates.

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Aug 022015
 

We can be the Flat Friends!

Neptune central cast

A review copy was provided by FUNimation Entertainment

Good day, MoarPowah readers! The Inverseman here with another review, this time for the anime adaptation of Hyperdimension Neptunia. With a popular JRPG series getting an all-original anime, how does this new story compare to the games? Let’s find out!

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Jul 082015
 

European greeting methods

Nobunagun poster

A review copy was provided by Funimation Entertainment

Locked and loaded? Today Moar Powah’s Inverseman is here with last year’s adaptation of the action-packed shonen manga, Nobunagun. Is the anime a hit or does it miss the mark, let’s find out!

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Jul 012015
 

Beware of ill-fitting tracksuits

d-frag-visual

A review copy was provided by FUNimation Entertainment

What’s up Moar Powah readers? Ready to get your game on? The Inverseman here with another review! Today we’re looking at the comedy anime D-Frag. How high does this manga adaptation score? Find out!

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