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

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


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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May 312015

I am a humble, tolerant man but…

Unbreakable Machine Doll - Novel cover

A review copy was provided by FUNimation Entertainment

Adapted from the light novels by Reiji Kaitou. How does this steampunk-influenced harem-filled action series stack up… In more ways than one? The Inverseman takes it apart.

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May 232015

When science and magic collide, season three will be delayed even more.

Railgun season 1 cover

A review copy was provided by FUNimation Entertainment

Check out Tarabisu’s Season 1 DVD review!

What do you do when you have a successful light novel series with a plethora of popular female characters all interested in the protagonist to some degree? Make a spin-off manga (and anime) dedicated to the most popular one of course! Broadcasted originally in 2009, how does Railgun compare? Moarpowah’s Inverseman says to let the experiments begin!

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Apr 192015

Would you like to play a game?

Death Parade OP stills

Based on the “Death Billiards” OVA from a few years back, Madhouse picked up the one-shot and made it a full-fledged series. Is the real thing as good as the first shot? The Inverseman finds out.

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Apr 062015

Fire Mario out of fireballs? Buy a reload flower today!

Nintendo plus DeNA

After much heckling and nagging from investors, Nintendo has finally entered the mobile phone game market with popular mobile developer DeNA. With usual reactionaries and doomsayers about, what does the Inverseman think of the situation? Find out!

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