“Edutainment” series, ones that both exist to teach and to entertain, are something not everyone enjoys. I think Time Travel Shoujo is the strongest Edutainment series I’ve seen to date, and could still be something those that generally don’t care for them would enjoy. This is Bill Nye of anime. Continue reading
“I want to put my life on the line to live.” Best quote of 2017
– Tsukushi Tsukamoto
This is ho you should aim to live your life, some may say that Tsukushi Tsukamoto is an idiot that doesn’t understand his limits, but he is my hero
Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru (or Konobi for short) is a perfect example of an anime which technically doesn’t do anything particularly different from your average rom-com, but it accomplishes what modest goals it has with flying colours. We have a standard middle school club setting and barely any plot development to speak of; the show is simply about the everyday events the characters experience in their lives, and their interactions with each other. No more, no less. But with characters as interesting and likeable as these and some good laughs to go with them, that’s really all you need to still deliver a very funny and entertaining anime.
So what happens when you put cute girls together in a ping pong sport club? Well you get a pretty intensive sport anime. Continue reading
The story revolves around Heizou Hasegawa who is the chief of the Arson Theft Control division which consists of a small group of people charged with keeping the peace and stopping criminals at night, when people sleep in their beds. Continue reading
The shows about cute girls making games is back. Pouring your whole soul and attention in something you love doing is the best experience that someone can have, a feeling that cannot be described by words thus New Game!! purpose is to portray that feeling through the help of our characters and story.
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
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
Kaiba’s a bad ass the movie is the real name of this movie
Kaiba isn’t in denial of magic anymore and we get to see this in movie, but what’s more is that we see him missing his greatest rival. His passion to defeat his rival is so great that he invents the worlds most advanced holographic systems in through the a statelight in space and then even later on, breaks the barrier between dimensions just to play a card game.
Wow. This movie has left me nearly speechless. There are scenes in it that are shocking, jaw-dropping, amazing…if you haven’t seen this movie yet, and you like action movies, with a good plot, solid characters, and the best action sequences I’ve ever seen in an anime, then beg, borrow, steal…er, do whatever you can to get your hands on it. You won’t regret it. Take my word for it. I was really lucky to have seen this at my anime society. Continue reading