It’s hard to watch anime without having watched something set in a video game. Sword Art Online may have started
New season! Old layout! If it ain’t Rewrite, don’t fix it.
It’s easy to default to thinking that a longer show will have more value for its characters simply because it
It’s all at an end! Though some shows will continue into second cours, my memories of all these stories are
There is too much iconography being spread around for a select few names in the anime industry. It’s like people
The season’s ended and I’m a week behind! You can tell how tired I still am from my exams finishing
Damn this post is late, but at least my first year of university is over now! Exams out of the
Of all the prejudices being thrown around this season, I’ve never been able to understand why many have rendered Kabaneri
Realizations of how little I’ve prepared for my exams are piling in faster than a bloodthirsty horde of Kabane. But
Mayoiga is easily the most-discussed show of the season. Yet, some people argue that no show that;s ‘badly written’ can be anything but bad, and nothing further than that. But is this right?
Like my performance on my last mock exam, some of this week’s offerings took a rapidly downward turn. Lots of
We’re past the midpoint, and while some of shows are clearly laying out their goals, others are still playing hard-to-get.
Halfway through this season, and I’m halfway doing 10% of the revision I should be doing for my prelims. But
Because I haven’t ranted about why the internet is shit in forever.
Because I haven’t done a review for a review in ages.
Some great developments this week for everything I’m watching! Boku no Hero and Kiznaiver are rewarding viewers with a good
Shounen protagonists want to be the greatest and save the world, but I’m more like Makato, just wanting to get by
will Kabaneri’s train be moving again? Will Deku succeed in the race to become the next greatest hero? And can anyone keep track of how many gaming in-jokes Netoge is throwing out?
It’s amazing how much of a show’s meaning and performance can be contained, and assisted, by a few words we see whenever we sit down to watch an episode of it.
Better late than never! Netoge keeps its harem hilarious, while Kiznaiver declares war on character cliches. Meanwhile, Flying Witch is as blissful as ever.