Posted on 6 January 2006 with categories: Alphabetical - (H - L)

Haibane Renmei – (TV) – 94/100
Hajime no Ippo – (TV) – 85/100
Hajime no Ippo – New Challenger – (TV) – 87,5/100
Hakaba Kitarou – (TV) – 88/100
The Hakkenden – (OVA) – 85/100
Halo Legends – (OVA) – 85/100
Hanada Shounen Shi – (TV) – 85/100
Hanamaru Youchien – (TV) – 80/100
Hana-Saku Iroha – (TV) – 85/100
Hanoka – (TV) – 74/100
Haru no Ashioto The Movie: Ourin Dakkan – (Movie) – 66/100
Hashire, Melos! – (Movie) – 82,5/100
Hataraki Man – (TV) – 85/100
Hataraku Maou-Sama – (TV) – 81/100
Hatenkou Yuugi – (TV) – 70/100
Heartcatch Precure – (TV) – 87,5/100
Heartcatch Precure Movie – Hana no Miyako de Fashion Show… desu ka? – (Movie) – 82,5/100
Heat Guy J – (TV) – 85/100
Hen Zemi – (TV) – 75/100
Here is Greenwood – (OVA) – 77/100
Heroic Age – (TV) – 73/100
Heroman – (TV) – 72,5/100
Hetalia: Axis Powers – (TV) – 77,5/100
Hetalia: Axis Powers Second Season – (TV) – 77,5/100
Hi no Tori – (TV) – 93/100
Hi no Tori – Houou-Hen – (Movie) – 90/100
Hi no Tori Uchuu-Hen – (OVA) – 90/100
Hi no Tori Yamato Hen – (OVA) – 82,5/100
Highlander – Search for Vengeance -72/100
High School of the Dead – (TV) – 80/100
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni – (TV) – 91/100
Hikaru no Go – (TV) – 87,5/100
Himitsu ~The Revelation~ – (TV) – 92,5/100
His and Her Circumstances – (TV) – 85/100
Hitohira – (TV) – 88/100
Hitsuji no Uta – (OVA) – 86/100
Honey and Clover – (TV) – 90/100
Honey and Clover II – (TV) – 87,5/100
Hoshi no Umi no Amuri – (OVA)
Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo – (Movie) – 82,5/100
Hotarubi no Mori he – (Movie) – 85/100
Hourou Musuko – (TV) – 87,5/100
Howl’s Moving Castle – (Movie) – 67/100
Human Crossing – (TV) – 86/100
Hunter x Hunter – (TV) – 82,5/100
Hunter X Hunter OVA – (OVA) – 90/100
Hunter X Hunter – Greed Island – (OVA) – 85/100
Hunter X Hunter – Greed Island Final – (OVA) – 70/100
Hyouge Mono – (TV) – 87,5/100
Hyakko – (TV) – 85/100
Hyper Future Vision: Gunnm – (OVA) – 86/100
Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou – (TV) – 80/100
Ie Naki Ko – (TV) – 87,5/100
Ie Naki Ko Remi – (TV) – 82,5/100
Igano Kabamaru – (TV) – 80/100
Ikoku Meiro no Croisée – (TV) – 82,5/100
Infinite Ryvius – (TV) – 92,5/100
Interlude – (OVA) – 75/100
Interstella 5555 The 5tory of the 5ecret 5star 5ystem – (Movie) – 80/100
Inu X Boku SS – (TV) – 84/100
Invincible Superman Zambot 3 – (TV) – 80/100
Iron Man – (TV) – 52,5/100
Irresponsible Captain Tylor – (TV) – 85/100
Itazura na Kiss – (TV) – 75/100
Jigoku Shoujo – (TV) – 92/100
Jigoku Shoujo Futakomori – (TV) – 88/100
Jigoku Shoujo Mitsuganae – (TV) – 87,5/100
Jin Roh – The Wolf Brigade – (Movie) – 89/100
Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita – (TV) – 82,5/100
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure – (TV) – 89/100
Jormungand – (TV) – 80/100
Jormungand Perfect Order – (TV) – 84/100
Jubei-Chan Siberian Yagyuu – (TV) – 89/100
Jungle Emperor Leo – (OVA) – 77,5/100
Junkers Come Here – (Movie) – 87,5/100
Junjo Romantica 2 – (TV) – 75/100
Junjo Romantica – (TV) – 82,5/100
Jyuu Oh Sei – (TV) – 73/100

K – (TV) – 79/100
Kai Doh Maru – (Movie) – 74/100
Kaiba – (TV) – 95/100
Kaidan Restaurant – (TV) – 77,5/100
Kaleido Star – (TV) – 90/100
Kamichu – (TV) – 85/100
Kamisama Kazoku – (TV) – 59/100
Kamisama no Memo-Chou – (TV) – 85/100
Kanashimi no Belladonna – (Movie) – 85/100
Kamisama Hajimemashita – (TV) – 84/100
Kannadzuki no Miko – (TV) – 67/100
Kannagi – (TV) – 75/100
Kanon (2006) – (TV) – 80/100
Kappa to Coo no Natsuyasumi – (Movie) – 80/100
Kara no Kyoukai – The Garden of Sinners – A Study in Murder (Part 1) – (Movie) – 77,5/100
Kara no Kyoukai – The Garden of Sinners – A Study in Murder (Part 2) – (Movie) – 82,5/100
Kara no Kyoukai – The Garden of Sinners – Hollowness – (Movie) – 85/100
Kara no Kyoukai – The Garden of Sinners – Oblivion Recorder – (Movie) – 77,5/100
Kara no Kyoukai – The Garden of Sinners – Overlooking View – (Movie) – 82/100
Kara no Kyoukai – The Garden of Sinners – Paradox Spiral – (Movie) – 85/100
Kara no Kyoukai – The Garden of Sinners – Remaining Sense of Pain – (Movie) – 82,5/100
Karas – (OVA) – 81/100
Karigurashi no Arrietty – (Movie) – 85/100
Karura Mau – (OVA) – 85/100
Katanagatari – (TV) – 82,5/100
Kawaguchi Kaiji’s 9 Love Stories – (Movie) – 82/100
Kawa no Hikari – (OVA) – 75/100
Kaze no Shoujo Emily – (TV) – 94/100
Kaze no Youjinbo – (TV) – 85/100
Kazemakage Tsukikage Ran – (TV) – 78/100
Kekkaishi – (TV) – 84/100
Kemono no Souja Erin – (TV) – 85/100
Kemonozume – (TV) – 81/100
Kenko Zenrakei Suieibu Umisho – (TV) – 78/100
Kenran Butou Sai: The Mars Daybreak – (TV) – 60/100
Kero Kero Chime – (TV) – 83/100
Key the Metal Idol – (TV) – 85/100
Kiki’s Delivery Service – (Movie) – 88/100
Kimagure Orange Road – (TV) – 80/100
Kimagure Orange Road – I Want To Return To That Day – (Movie) – 87,5/100
Kimagure Orange Road OVA – (OVA) – 85/100
Kimagure Orange Road – Summer’s Beginning – (Movie) – 82,5/100
Kimagure Robot – (OVA) – 85/100
Kimikiss – Pure Rouge – (TV) – 81/100
Kimi ni Todoke – (TV) – 75/100
Kimi ni Todoke Second Season – (TV) – 80/100
Kimi to Boku – (TV) – 80/100
Kimi to Boku Season 2 – (TV ) – 84/100
King of Bandits Jing – (TV) – 77,5/100
King of Bandits Jing In Seventh Heaven OVA – (TV) – 85/100
King of Thorn – (Movie) – 85/100
Kino no Tabi – Life Goes On – (Movie) – 75/100
Kino no Tabi – The Beautiful World – Byouki no Kuni -For You – (Movie) – 85/100
Kino no Tabi – (TV) – 87/100
Kishin Taisen Gigantic Formula – (TV) – 73/100
Kobato – (TV) – 87.5/100
Kodomo no Jikan – (TV) – 76/100
Kodomo no Omocha – (TV) – 90/100
Koi Kaze – (TV) – 85/100
Kokuriko Zaka Kara – (Movie) – 81/100
Konnichiwa Anne – (TV) – 77,5/100
Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? – (TV) – 70/100
Kotoura-san – (TV) – 80/100
Koukaku no Regios – (TV) – 70/100
Kowarekake no Orgol – (OVA) – 60/100
Kuchuu Buranko – (TV) – 82,5/100
Kuragehime – (TV) – 85/100
Kurenai – (TV) – 86/100
Kurogane Communication – (TV) – 82,5/100
Kurokami The Animation – (TV) – 67,5/100
Kuroshitsuji Episodes 05-08 and 17-24 – (TV) – 80/100
Kuroshitsuji II – (TV) – 85/100
Kurozuka – (TV) – 82,5/100
Kuruneko – (TV) – 80/100
Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu – (OVA) – 80/100
Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon – (TV – 80/100
Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon 2 – (TV) – 76/100
Kyousogiga – (TV) – 90/100

Last Exile – (TV) – 87,5/100
Last Exile – Ginyoku no Fam – (TV) – 80/100
Laputa: Castle in the Sky – (Movie) – 83/100
Le Chevalier d’Eon – (TV) – 91/100
Legendary Gambler Tetsuya – (TV) – 82,5/100
Legend of the Galactic Heroes – (OVA) – 92,5/100
Legend of the Galactic Heroes – A Hundred Billion Stars, A Hundred Billion Lights – (OVA) – 87,5/100
Legend of the Galactic Heroes – My Conquest is the Sea of Stars – (Movie) – 82,5/100
Legend of Galactic Heroes – Spiral Labyrinth – (OVA) – 85/100
Les Miserables – Shoujo Cosette – (TV) – 94/100
Letter Bee – (TV) – 80/100
Letter Bee Reverse – (TV) – 85/100
Level E – (TV) – 90/100
Like the Clouds, Like the Wind – (Movie) – 82/100
Little Busters – (TV) – 77,5/100
Little Princess Sara – (TV) – 85/100
Loups Garous – (Movie) – 70/100
Lucky Star – (TV) – 60/100
Lupin III – Mine Fujiko to Iu Onna – (TV) – 86/100

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  • Anon
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 03:27 AM)
    @K-Off Yup, I cracked his previous attempt at this site on Bloglovin, but it didn’t really give too many clues.
  • K-Off
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 03:05 AM)
    @Anon Thanks for the clarification. You still hacking?
  • Anon
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 02:57 AM)
    Hey there, Zo does not appear to be a second account of anyone else. Have a nice day m8
  • Vincent
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 02:44 AM)
    Now, while the scale of Sun-teleportation-human body seems warped, it’s only so because we like to think we know about our own bodies. Sadly not the case. We know more about the Sun than our own brain.
  • Vincent
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 02:40 AM)
    *,
  • Vincent
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 02:40 AM)
    We understand most of the Sun, we understand quantum entanglement for the most part, and those the tech I listed for the two respectively, are still thousands-millions of years away. Much less the human body, which we don’t even fully understand.
  • Vincent
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 02:39 AM)
    No, no, I do not under estimate the rate of technological advancement. It’s simply being realistic. Some, like dyson spheres and teleportation devoces are too far away for any serious thought. Same with full dive.
  • Vincent
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 02:36 AM)
    Also, specify parameters. Now, you propose putting specific parts of the brain to sleep? Because any “restrictions” you put in the server itself will only be part of the cognitive mind, not the brain as a whole.
  • Bam
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 02:34 AM)
    thousands of millions is essentially billions of years, which is longer time than we humans have actually existed. Considering that most of our scientific advancement has been in the last 2000-3000 years and also the fact that the advent of computers to what er have now has only been 50-60 years, I think you are grossly underestimating the exponential growth of science.
  • Vincent
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 02:33 AM)
    For Christ’s sake, we don’t feel anything even when we’re dreaming. Much less somehow converting data to electric synapses and putting it in our heads. I say “impossible” because that is literally thousands of years away.

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