I would like to write this post to introduce Tauras-sensei, the name of my alter ego or Tanteikid 2. He/she will weigh his/her opinion on my review as we watch shows together. You have seen him/her in action with my Voltron Legendary Defender Review, but you would not see sensei again until my Mobile Suit Gundam IPO season 2 because he/she was not made in my earlier scheduled reviews. I had to introduce sensei earlier than expected because of my Voltron post. Continue reading
Yes, it’s a story with a world war 2 setting where witches exist. Where the soldiers or generals of the minor Germania characters are the most villainous, devious and handsome. Continue reading
The Haikyuu Season 4 release date has seemingly been confirmed by an official announcement at Jump Festa 2019. A Haikyu anime kickoff event is being planned for September 22, 2019, and it appears as if the premiere date will be scheduled for October 2019.
Kirito On Steroids. He has op powers, black hair and a harem. Is that you Kirito-san?
If you didn’t know I have a soft spot for harem shows. I know they can be mech mech to watch, but I still love them none the less.
“Are human beings truly equal?”
Using a question as an opener is common in light novel adaptations, and it did make me think that this series will not pull any punches in addressing our society. Continue reading
I wasn’t expecting much from this series as I began watching it at the time of it’s airing. But not it has became a favorite of mine. Continue reading
Disclaimer: I am taking a break from Duel Links at this time. to do other things. I am busy starting my first job, and a few family’s issues at the moment, so gaming is taking a back seat to these things. I don’t want to stop producing content for this blog, do I need to manage my time better. Until I can do so, my content will be quite irregular. Thanks, guys.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links is a free-to-play, virtual trading card game developed by Konami for iOS and Android devices,
Posts where I recommend to you my dear readers some anime.
Crunchyroll currently streams The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samao, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Minor Outlying Islands. The series is available in the original Japanese language with English subtitles. Sentai Filmworks also releases the series on DVD and Bluray in North America, and this home video release includes a bonus OAV episode that was originally released in December of 2014. Continue reading
For the most part, I really enjoyed it. Few animated movies, much less Japanese ones, focus on families, so that aspect alone of the film is awesome. Natsuki’s large, colourful family nearly carry the movie themselves, especially her great-grandmother. Also, the world of OZ is flat-out gorgeous, filled with colourful, appealing avatars and backdrops. Continue reading
Wars are the best catalyst for bringing genuinely morally repugnant people together. Let me ask you sensei, what you get when you put a horrible man in the body of a magical loli? You get one of the darkest magical girl series, since Madoka Magica. You could talk about Magical Girl Site if you had not dropped it. Come on Sensei, I just didn’t like MG Site. Back on topic, the evil of this series is easy to where the came from: someone gave that person a gun, a uniform, and an incentive to kill. Continue reading