Wow, I wasn’t expecting to be feeling this way about this series. It’s much more soulfully saddening then I ever thought it would be, but in a very good way. Since this is Arc 3 and I don’t know who is actually reading all of this, I’m going to share some spoilers. Only hints though. … More (Anime Review) Fist of the North Star: Arc 3
Since the new season is beginning soon, it’s time to start thinking about what to watch. I’ve looked through anichart.net a few times and this is what I’m interested in watching. This doesn’t mean that this is all I’m watching, because random shows do have a chance on showing up on my to watch list … More What I’m interested in watching in: Fall 2016
Only one episode. UGH. … More First Reaction: The Ancient Magus’ Bride OVA
Every new anime season, at least from what I see on many Facebook groups, there are always people who complain about MAL scores. Shows like Erased, One Punch Man, or right now (9/10/16) Kimi no Na wa constantly make it to the top of the anime listing on MAL for a season or a small … More Quick Thoughts: MAL (My Anime List) Scores Shouldn’t Bother You.
If you haven’t heard, Funimation and Crunchyroll have recently made an agreement to work together. There are a lot of complex details that you can read here, but a quick summary is that Funimation is going to move some sub only things to Crunchyroll, Crunchyroll is going to move it’s dubs over to Funimation, and … More Thoughts on the Funimation and Crunchyroll Agreement
In my previous post, I said the first arc or book of a longer series is for world building and it gets better after that.. Arc two definitely proved that. More characters, good, bad, and mixed, are included, more locations are explored, and the meat of the series is starting to be unveiled. Basically, the … More Fist of the North Star: Arc 2 (Review)
Just observations. I still love shonen to this day, no matter how it has changed. … More Old vs New Battle Shonen: How this demographic/genre has/hasn’t changed
In a season full of different kinds of series, I thought I had enough on my plate. A five-episode series that happens to be a key adaption didn’t appeal to me. I’m not a big fan of key series, so this felt like an instant miss. It wasn’t until this week that I noticed how … More Summer 2016 Anime in Review: Planetarian