Someday's Dreamer

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Someday's Dreamer

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Alternative Names: Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto, What`s Important to a Mage, Yume Mahou
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Magic, Romance, Slice of Life, Supernatural
Demographic: Shounen
Adapted from the manga, Someday's Dreamer.

Reviews

Nekoko

"Yay! Pretty art and nifty story ... I like very much. May we watch more? It's all intrigue and pretty half-naked boys."

MsJadey

"Mm, surreal and odd. The art was bueatiful, though not particularly outstanding. The characters are very engaging and despite the main female's aggravating hair, her wispy, down-to-earth, space-case-iness was enduring. It might get old after a few episodesbut having an actual gay character makes up for that, i think (yes, i have been taking a beating from the 'canonist' lately.) Much, much better than Teen Titans which was a pile of crap to reinterate."

Minako

"I'm gonna have to be honest - I thought it was boring. Well, maybe not boring, but definitely slow. Stuff needed to happen. The animation was cool - though people had really weird hair. There were pretty boys, pretty shirtless boys, ever - always a plus (watch as I abuse sentence structure.) I think it will be good once it gets going - it has plenty of potential for a cool plot with interesting characters."

Pat

"Weird!"

Barb

"The female lead really reminded me of the girl in Piano. (I've only seen first episode of this as well.) Kind of female Keitaro without the humour or panty shots. I'm interested in seeing her character develops, however - she can only get more interesting then now (I hope). other that the girl, the other characters seen well realized, and there's probably some potential here for interactions with wimp girl."

crazyleo

"It's ... Different"

humanbean

"definately entertaining. creatively persecuted too."

Pulcherius

"Nice to see a modern day fantasy so well done, after just one episode, I was 'drawn in.'"

Michael Eh?

"Having seen other episodes, I seen the undercurrent of the plot on how this anime's universe works. A surprising realistic world view of 'if magic did exsist in a real world.' Somewhat of a 'coming-of-age' storyline so often done in anime, this one sets itself apart inspite of some of it's darker overtones set on later in the series."

Club Notes

Year Reviewed: 2003

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