Full Metal Panic Fumoffu is the sequel that followed the original series that was released in 2002. Bonta-kun: Best. Mascot. Ever. OK, maybe not best, he can be second place after Nyako Sensei. I watch this much later because my watch order was Full Metal Panic!, Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid (TV and OAV), and this. I did not know this existed till later, so that is the order I went with.
Do you remember the ‘90s? Specifically, do you remember the cult fandom of fighting arcade games?
He is not a brave man. He is not the hero of the gods. He will not slay dragons or defeat the demon king. He will only slay the green demons: goblins. This maeon is just your average man, he is batman, but without the super high IQ, cool gadgets and playboy alter-ego.
The rape scene in the first caused people to take up over the internet to criticised this show, cancel- culture can be a pain. We should showcase the problem to make people think about it not hide it away.
Every man has a dream to get into the robot, yes we are better than Shinji. There is something amazing about getting in and piloting a giant robot. I also want to ride a giant robot. What can be more amazing then to die, and become a soldier to pilot a brilliant machine like your body.Continue reading
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