Anime-Source's goal is to continue to be one of the better sites that hosts a wide variety of anime reviews. Everybody's opinion on the anime series is welcomed. However as we aim to let people easily read reviews that capture the best of what the anime is, we have to reject submissions that may have a few problems delivering the reviewer's opinion in the desired manner.
|An anime review describes the feelings and opinions of the reviewer towards the anime series.|
It should at the least contain:
1. What those thoughts are.
2. Why those thoughts came about.
As part of our aim to have accurate reviews, our current policy on reviews for animes include:
|For an ongoing anime, reviews based on any amount of episodes can be submitted.|
For an anime that has finished its original broadcast run, only reviews that are based on all broadcasted episodes will be accepted. Reviews that were accepted when the series was ongoing and based on only some episodes, will then be deleted and their reviewers notified to submit an updated review.
Anime Source is trying to be diligent and provide you with critical thoughts on reviews. If you want to write a review, and join the ranks of accurate reviews, you can read this article for some tips. It's been broken up into sections, so you can read over certain sections, but I recommend you read over the whole thing at least once.
Table of Contents:
Avoid Overusing Ellipses
Avoid Slangs and Abbreviations
Avoid 10-page Essays
Break it Up
Be Clear and Consistent
Reminders & Tips for getting a review to be accepted
Note : If you need to check up English words and meanings, please use a dictionary. There is a free online dictionary at dictionary.com that you can use for that purpose.