#MechaMarch Giant Robo: The Animation – Familial Problems and Giant Robots

Another shout out to Discotek for this blu-ray. They put so much hard work and effort into their releases and since I’ve wanted to watch this one for a while, it’s so great to watch this release in the best quality possible. It’s after Crest/Banner of the Stars situation for me except the release is … More #MechaMarch Giant Robo: The Animation – Familial Problems and Giant Robots

Claymore (Manga): Buff Women and Swords and Yoma, Oh My

Having watched the Madhouse Claymore anime years ago and being very disappointed by the ending yet interested in the concept, I was always wanted to read the manga. Imagine my surprise when I saw Claymore on the SJ+ app. What? The show I remember was closer to berserk then anything which a far crew from … More Claymore (Manga): Buff Women and Swords and Yoma, Oh My

Weekly Seasonal Watches: Winter 2020 Season Week 6

I’m constantly a week behind on mobile game adaptations, which means no Babylonia for me today. Still, there was a lot to thinka bout this week when it comes to anime. A lot of fun, solid things all over the place. Looking forward to seeing Babylonia again next week though. Chihayafuru Season 3 Episode 17 … More Weekly Seasonal Watches: Winter 2020 Season Week 6

Weekly Season Reviews: Fall 2019 Anime Week 11 (Now With Some Finales)

This post is going to get a lot easier to write now that two shows have ended. It’s early in the season, but shorter episode lengths and starting earlier rather then later are interesting things. Obsolete Episode 2 Dang, Gen Urobuchi is just not holding back with this show so far. There is no way … More Weekly Season Reviews: Fall 2019 Anime Week 11 (Now With Some Finales)

(Anno August) Studio Gainax: Of Love and References

If you have ever watched something from Hideaki Anno’s or Studio Gainax’s discography, then you know how much of a passion they have for science fiction, art, anime, animation, or whatever they can get their nerdy eyes to watch. That’s the reason why that studio existed, as you can tell from the Daicon opening animation. … More (Anno August) Studio Gainax: Of Love and References

Weekly Seasonal Watches: Summer 2019 Anime – Week 4

With this week, Fire Force returned in an edited form after it’s hiatus last week (I’m not complaining about this before of the massive blow that happened to Kyoto Animation and the anime community as a hole. Maybe they should have waited longer?) and Vinland Saga returning after releasing all three of it’s starting episodes … More Weekly Seasonal Watches: Summer 2019 Anime – Week 4