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Annotated Anime: The Irregular at Magic High School Ep 3

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Maybe it's because I'm absolutely exhausted from SakuraCon, but this week's episode of The Irregular at Magic High School didn't do much for me. They've finally moved past the character introductions for the most part and are finall...

Annotated Anime: The Irregular at Magic High School Ep 2

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When I wrote my First Impressions for the first episode for Irregular at Magic High School, I said that I was sure that the series would be building toward something and I was very curious to know what it was. Now, after watching th...

The Irregular at Magic High School Tells an Entertaining Story Poorly

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With its complex magic system, excellent setting, and entertaining adventures, The Irregular at Magic High School is an anime I very much wanted to like. Unfortunately, it has several major problems in how it is constructed that hur...

The only Braves insert in 2012 Archives

Collecting / Trading Cards : Cardboard Junkie

Not counting short prints, relics or autographs at least. Out of the seven insert sets in Archives: Reprints, Classic Combos, In Action, '67 Stickers, '68 3D, '69 Deckle Edge and '77 Cloth Stickers, this Deckle Edge card of Orlando ...

Deckle Edge in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Entertainment / Books : The Millions

The deckle edge dates back to a time when you used to need a knife to read a book. Those rough edges simulate the look of pages that have been sliced open by the reader.

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