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
Last year, I ended my Mecha March session with the first season of Fullmetal Panic. With this post, I am now solidifying the tradition where I talk about one segment of this wonderful franchise in some capacity with The Second Raid. That means, despite the fact that Fumoffu doesn’t have any mecha in it, it’s … More (Mecha March 2019) Fullmetal Panic: The Second Raid – A Chapter where everyone finds themselves again.
Show of hands, how many people have heard of something called Robotech? What about actually watching it? I guess I don’t have a way to measure who is raising their hand for what because this is a blog, but I am going to assume that some of you reading this have raised your hand. To … More (Mecha March 2019) Genesis Climber Mospeada: A Weird Biker Gangs Road Trip Through Alien Territory
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.
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
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
I can’t say that Netflix taking series that I’ve been wanting to watch and releasing them two seasons later is the best thing that has happened to anime by a wide margin. Especially when today’s anime market mostly focuses on releasing anime episodes hours after they appear on television in Japan. Alongside it’s long running … More Dragon Pilot: Creativity and Heart Prisoned by Netflix
It’s been three years since I’ve last watch Outlaw Star and it’s one off the most memorable and yet unmemorable shows that I’ve ever watched. I more than remember a lot of the story and its plot elements from when I originally watched in on Toonami unlike The Big O. It’s just that there is … More Outlaw Star: Wacky Space Hijinks
I’m good at writing light novel titles too. … More My Teen Romantic Comedy is Wrong, As I Expected and apparently so was this anime for me
I started off this month with a Gainax show. What better way to end this month then with another one? I’m sure there are a lot ways that it could be better, but this is how I want to end this month. Originally, I had an idea of doing an Anno August kind of thing … More His and Her Circumstances: We are the same?