Tiger and Bunny: A Fantastic, Western Style Superhero Story

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

Dragon Pilot: Creativity and Heart Prisoned by Netflix

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

The Dragon Prince – Book of the Moon (by the writer of A:TLA)

I haven’t written anything about a western animated series in a long time. Ever since my piece on the third season of Voltron completely failed and never got any attention, I never had the will to do it. It’s not like there hasn’t been some western shows that I wanted to talk about. I mean, … More The Dragon Prince – Book of the Moon (by the writer of A:TLA)

Disappointing Netflix Watches: Fate/Extra and Mary and the Witch’s Flower

I said I wouldn’t do these anymore during one of my posts, but this is an exception. If I was going to write a singular post about either of these by themselves, I don’t think I have enough material to write a good post. This is something that I could be completely wrong about because … More Disappointing Netflix Watches: Fate/Extra and Mary and the Witch’s Flower