Sakuracon: Day 0

Hello everyone. I’m at Sakuracon in Seattle this weekend and I have a press pass for the first time in my life, so I am going to try my best to cover everything I do at the con at a reasonable schedule. Hopefully I will be able to get my posts out at a timely … More Sakuracon: Day 0

Weekly Seasonal Watches: 4/15/18 (Some First Impressions Inside)

Spring seems to be a very quiet season in a lot of ways. For one thing, apparently anime production is down 20%. Something I find a good thing because production has gone too far recently and needs a break. Perhaps a larger break then this? The other reason is that I haven’t found a lot … More Weekly Seasonal Watches: 4/15/18 (Some First Impressions Inside)

Mahoromatic: A Very Gainax Magical Girlfriend Show

Last week’s post was dedicated to Kaiba and more exploration of Masaki Yuasa’s works. This post is dedicated in a similar manner, but to explore more of studio Gainax’s works. The strange thing is from everything that I’ve seen, Gainax has a lot of discography talked about for one reason or another. They used to … More Mahoromatic: A Very Gainax Magical Girlfriend Show

Streaming Services: Everybody Wants To Put Their Hand In The Cookie Jar

(I’m going to start this post off with a huge disclaimer. This post is about streaming services in general, not just anime streaming services. While I am about to say a lot of negative things about streaming services through out this post, I in no way condone piracy at any level. That doesn’t mean that … More Streaming Services: Everybody Wants To Put Their Hand In The Cookie Jar

Anime is political, just not the way some people think it is

I didn’t think it would be possible to choose one argument to talk when it comes to what blows up on twitter, because twitter seems to be a breeding ground of more and more conflicts at least one a week. First it was talk about how politics should or shouldn’t be apart of anime, something … More Anime is political, just not the way some people think it is