I suppose you can call this episode a cool off kind of episode. The last arc was intense and full of all sorts of high level drama in the middle of a Karuta game. I bet we have another one of those arcs appearing soon again. The Master and Queen competition can’t be anything else … More Chihayafuru Season 3 Episode 15: Falling Into Traps
I’m here and back on the moe train to talk about more anime series here and there. Believe me when I say that this moe train is going to be going on for quite a while with more stops on the way. Maybe not as consistent as one would think, but it’s going to be … More Sound of the Sky: How Sweet The Sound!
I don’t think I would ever call myself the biggest Makoto Shinkai film fan. I know that there are plenty of people out there who love his movies about relationships that slowly fall apart and then examining why it happens to that relationship as it gets farther and farther apart or just getting a good … More Weathering With You: Tokyo Streets and a Sunshine Girl
Welcome to a review of a movie that I’ve seen at least a dozen times by now and still see new things every time. Yes, I am jumping over a lot of Universal Century Gundam things to get to this review. I know that, but I really want to talk about this film. Here are … More Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack – A Tasteful End to a Dirty Saga!
I realized when I started writing this that I haven’t posted about mecha anime in a while and there is a reason for that. All the mecha shows I been watching for a few months now are having their reviews funneled into a little thing called Mecha March for 2020. I mean you know me, … More Girls Und Panzer: Finding Your Own Tank Style
Merry Christmas, everyone! I’m just so happy that everything lined up for me to be able to post about this movie this year. 2019 seems like a year in which I was able to plan and do things that I actually wanted to do instead of failing to do everything like 2018. At least blog … More Tokyo Godfathers: A Merry Satoshi Kon Christmas
Yes, Irina had a much better titled blog post about this long time ago. You should read her review for the same reason you should read all her posts. Because it’s pretty great. It’s what got me interested in watching this show in the first place. Of course, there is a little bit more to … More Humanity Has Declined: Nameless Adventures With Incalculable Entities
Sports anime and manga is something that I’ve been working hard to get into recently and I think that I’m succeeding so far. Still, I think of myself as a work in progress when it comes to finding my own legs in the genre iself and feel like I need to consume some more of … More Scorching Ping Pong Girls: Feel The Beat!
Here we are with another review from Jon Spencer’s #AniTwitWatches Monday group watch thing. I’m writing this post a week after our latest AniTwitWatches session (part 2) ended, so you know how far ahead I schedule post so the secret is out again. When this watch party first started, I wasn’t so sure about what … More Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace – Stylized Character Mystery Drama
If there is one animation studio that I don’t have much sort connection to at all, it’s Studio Shaft. Their style of production isn’t something that I can really appreciate especially when it goes full sharft I do like some of their products like Madoka Magica and the ever fantastic March Comes In like a … More Arakawa Under the Bridge (both seasons): The Distinguished Brought Down A Level?