Quick Review – Gasaraki

I know I talked about Eva a lot recently, so this is the last of it. Infact, this is also the post of Mecha march. So anyway, will I make no promises when it comes to not talking about Evangelion in the future. Gasaraki borrows a lot of the ideas and themes of Neon Genesis…

Quick Review – Cyborg 009: Call of Justice

Hey everyone. This will be first official post of Mecha March. It’s technically not a mech show, but there are pilotable robots in it and the main characters are cyborgs. That has to count for something, right? So like the last review, this show is on Netflix as well. Unlike the last review though, I…

Quick Review – Gantz: O

Just to let everyone know, I went into this knowing absolutely nothing about Gantz. I am not much of a manga reader and I have watched the horrible anime adaption either. I know that this adaption wasn’t for me, but I decided to watch it anyway by going in blind. I saw the icon for…

Quick Review – Ao Oni: The Animation (The Movie)

I originally watched this just because Crunchyroll put another movie on their service, it was an hour long, it was starting to get late, this would be something easy to write about so I can fill some space on my blog. I was honestly surprised with how much I enjoyed myself with this movie. I…

(Anime Review) Buso Renkin

In my head, I’m still trying to debate where I stand with this show. This is something that I will be debating amongst myself for a while. (I’m not crazy or have multiple personalities, okay?) There are some strong aspects to it that I like, but it felt like Buso Renkin tries to sabotage itself…

(Animesque Review) Voltron: Legendary Defenders Part 2

I can honestly say that I loved this part a little more than the first offering we were given. It solved some of the problems that I had with the first part, but left some of the blanks completely open still. More on that later. I’m not going to call this a second season, because…

(Anime Review) The Book of Bantorra

Surprise. An anime that a lot of you haven’t watched or heard of before. Maybe. I wouldn’t have heard of it either if I didn’t get the dvd set of this anime from Crunchyroll’s mystery box thing. I got a few different shows from this box set at well, but this show sounded the most…

(Quick Reaction/Review) Fate/Grand Order: First order

Welcome to 2017, the year of Fate!  I mean that in two senses.  One is that after the dumpster year that was 2016, 2017 is the fated year to decide which way the world goes in its wake.  The other is we are going to get a lot of material from the Fate universe this…

(Fall 2016 in Review) Girlish Number and Sound! Euphonium 2

Updates: By the time you will get this post, I will already be flying somewhere for vacation, so I won’t be writing posts for five or six days.  I have a post scheduled for tomorrow as well, so I think everything should work out alright.  Just giving you guys a heads up. Actual Post: Yeah,…

(Anime Review) JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Part 4

If there was a single anime that I always looked forward to every Friday for the past three seasons, it was Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable.  It was consistently there, consistently entertaining, and I loved seeing what those wacky characters were up to.  Now that it’s gone, what am I going to…

(Anime Review) Princess Tutu: Of Identity Issues and Dance Battles

Merry Christmas everybody.  I decided that this was going to be my Christmas post a while back and what better way to celebrate Christmas with imperfect characters, tragedy, and dance battles?  Nothing.  There is no other way that makes sense at all.  *Looks at Tokyo Godfathers’ DVD * Nope, not at all.  Besides, it also…

(Fall 2016 in Review) Drifters

Drifters is the most entertaining series that I watched this season.  Yes, it is a dark fantasy series that has a lot of references to Hitler in it and different species of humanoids are thrown into concentration camps in order to wipe them out, and Jesus may or may not be the main bad guy. …