My last two reviews focused on similar ideas like sweeping cityscapes and people out in the streets protesting or something for one reason or another. After doing some research, I’ve discovered something a little different that twists all of those elements in a somewhat unique way. What is this film called? Well, it’s a little … More Vexille: Still Human in Dire Times
So, I am a pretty small time anime collector. If you’ve read my OWLS post from May, you can see everything that I’ve collected over the years. Yeah, I haven’t sold a single thing from it yet. What I’ve noticed through some trends in where I’ve been getting my physical releases. I used to be … More Funimation’s Recent Problematic Physical Releases
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 guess this is the part that I say that I am a still a chuunibyou. Being an anime fan for so long has nothing to do that. There are plenty of mature series that play with themes in more ways than “let’s add blood here to it’s no longer shonen” thing. I have a … More My Hero Academia: Two Heroes – I’m still a child at heart
Somehow this past Friday night aligned perfectly for this to happen. For one, Blame came out on Netflix and this is a movie that I’ve been looking forward to watching for a while. Then, Saturday’s overtime was cancelled which made it so I could stay up as long as I wanted. To make things even … More Thoughts on Cyberpunk Anime: My night watching Blame and GITS 2: Innocence
If you haven’t heard, Funimation and Crunchyroll have recently made an agreement to work together. There are a lot of complex details that you can read here, but a quick summary is that Funimation is going to move some sub only things to Crunchyroll, Crunchyroll is going to move it’s dubs over to Funimation, and … More Thoughts on the Funimation and Crunchyroll Agreement
A review of Psycho Pass: The Movie. … More Psycho Pass: The movie (Some Spoilers)