You remember when Saturday morning cartoons where a thing? (Can you believe I said that?) I am not just talking about shows like Looney Tunes and other shows related to them. No, I am talking about the more advanced episodic adventure shows. Shows where kids went on adventures to exotic locations they wouldn’t be able … More (Mecha March 2019) Giant Gorg: A Fun Saturday Morning Adventure Show
To ruin the illusion of me writing about all these mech shows that are getting a review this month, I finished watching Armored Trooper Votoms in the middle of November last year. I think you can now see how far in advanced I’ve been thinking and planning for Mecha March. Armored Trooper Votoms is a … More (Mecha March 2019) Armored Trooper Votoms: A new favorite mech show? Yes. Yes it is.
Mecha March is finally here and this is the first show that is running off the review chain. Out of the mind of the creator of the Mobile Suit Gundam and some other series that deserve some attention in today’s anime sphere comes Aura Battler Dunbine. This was a show that came out a few … More (Mecha March) Aura Battler Dunbine – The First Japanese Isekai Story
It seems like I am doing a couple movie reviews in a short amount of time and there is a reason for that. I feel like Alita and Gundam needed to be supported because I don’t know how much help their markets need. Alita: Battle Angel was a decent manga adaption from a holly wood … More Gundam Narrative (NT): Extra DLC for Gundam Unicorn
Is it me or does it seem like some shows are starting to air earlier and earlier each season and having weird episode lengths? Do some studios just want to break up the seasonal format and do whatever they want? I’m kind of all for that. Especially since a lot of people are complaining about … More Winter 2019 Anime At The Half Way Point?
A couple of years ago, I was more then excited at the idea of these films. This came off from a strong, positive feeling from a personal marathon of all the Godzilla films and the 2014 Godzilla Film. I know that there were animated television versions that I somewhat enjoyed, but this movie trilogy felt … More A Bad Review of the Netflix Godzilla Films
I’ve already talked about Honda-san a little bit on my first podcast episode that you can find here, but I want to talk more about it with this little blog post. Is it me or was 2018 a more unique year then usual because it also included some entertaining, educational shows in it? I mean, … More Book Seller Honda-San: Educational and Funny
Do you have that one anime that you’ve been waiting for forever to watch? A series that you barely knew anything about except for it’s genre and yet that was enough for you to be hooked for it? A series that apparently has a legacy and hype around it and once you watched it, you … More Crest and Banner of the Stars: An Underrated Space Opera That Everyone Should Watch!
I’ve been trying my best not to get too nostalgic when writing my introductions to posts recently, but I can’t help it with Tiger and Bunny. Why? My nostalgia is heavily tied to this show because of my time at one of my alma mater’s anime club. I enjoyed a lot of shows from my … More Tiger and Bunny: A Fantastic, Western Style Superhero Story
Hello everyone! I mentioned that I was going to try my hand at a solo podcast, so here is the first episode of it. At this moment, I am still learning to be comfortable with actually talking into a microphone and putting my voice along with my thoughts on the internet, so any feed back … More Sea of the Stars Ep 1 – Dragon Ball Super: Broly