Review: SSSS.GRIDMAN Works On So Many Levels

When it was first announced, many didn’t give much thought to SSSS.Gridman. An anime serving as a sequel to live-action Tokusatsu (special effects show) series from the 90s? Why would anyone want to watch it except in an ironic fashion? Turns out, a lot out people would as it became one of the best shows… Continue reading Review: SSSS.GRIDMAN Works On So Many Levels

Review: ZOMBIE LAND SAGA Is A Different Kind Of Idol Show

A series like Zombieland Saga doesn’t come around very often. This series finds a way to break out of tropes and become something more. What does it do to make itself stand out so well? Time to dig in and find out. Summary Sakura Minamoto is dead. The good kind of dead where she can… Continue reading Review: ZOMBIE LAND SAGA Is A Different Kind Of Idol Show

Does HETALIA Hold Up?: An Anime Abstract

A decade after it’s release, is Hetalia still as enjoyable as it was the first time around? After you have enjoyed enough Manga and Anime you are able to read between the lines and can see details many may have missed. Through this and other detailed evidence, you are able to piece together what really… Continue reading Does HETALIA Hold Up?: An Anime Abstract

Review: YU YU HAKUSHO: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON Is An Underappreciated Classic

When reflecting on the works of Yoshiro Togashi, many are quick to think about Hunter X Hunter but sometimes forget about Yu Yu Hakusho. This is an injustice as Yu Yu Hakusho is a shonen series with a lot to offer those who give it a chance. Summary Yusuke Urameshi is nothing more than a… Continue reading Review: YU YU HAKUSHO: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON Is An Underappreciated Classic

Review: HUMAN LOST Is A Cyberpunk DEVILMAN

The new anime film from Polygon Pictures being distributed by Funimation Films, Human Lost offers a glimpse into a future where technology creates adrift in society. It showcases the kind of setting which became infamous with the genre of cyberpunk. So, does this make it a great film overall or just a good cyberpunk movie?… Continue reading Review: HUMAN LOST Is A Cyberpunk DEVILMAN

MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON 4 Premiere Date Announced

Everyone’s favorite heroes from U.A. High School are about to return in the fourth season of My Hero Academia. The new season is set to be released on October 12th. Each episode will be simultaneously streamed on both FunimationNow and Hulu the same day it airs in Japan. The Synopsis of the new season: The… Continue reading MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON 4 Premiere Date Announced

Review: Royal Conspiracy In ATTACK ON TITAN SEASON 3 PART 1

With the third season of Attack On Titan, a lot of mysteries and revelations come to the surface. When a series dives into so many revelations a lot of momentum can be lost and some fans can lose interest. Is it worth sticking with this series or are fans better off letting this one go?… Continue reading Review: Royal Conspiracy In ATTACK ON TITAN SEASON 3 PART 1

Review: KABANERI OF THE IRON FORTRESS Is More Than A Knock Off

Many are quick to insist Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress is nothing more than a rip off of Attack On Titan. This is a wrong assumption as Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress has much to offer any anime fan looking for a series filled with action and violence. Summary The world is overrun with Kabane,… Continue reading Review: KABANERI OF THE IRON FORTRESS Is More Than A Knock Off

Review: MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON THREE: PART ONE Hits Hard In The Best Ways

Before the fourth season of My Hero Academia arrives, it’s time to look back at the previous season. Was the physical release worth checking out or is it better to look ahead instead of behind? Summary Summer is here, and the heroes of Class 1-A and 1-B are in for the toughest training camp of… Continue reading Review: MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON THREE: PART ONE Hits Hard In The Best Ways

Anime Community Unites To Help KYOTO ANIMATION

In the wake of the devastating attack on the Kyoto Animation studio, the animation community was quick to respond. Both fans and industry members alike banded together to raise awareness and spread messages of sympathy and dedication to the legacy the studio created. The industry side of the efforts answered the call to action by… Continue reading Anime Community Unites To Help KYOTO ANIMATION

Review: THE ANCIENT MAGUS’ BRIDE: PART TWO Brings A Magic Ending

The first part of The Ancient Magus’ Bride set up a world full of mythical creatures and characters with a lot of depth behind them. With the release of the second half of the series, all the show has to do is deliver a proper ending. Does it succeed or is the spell cast over… Continue reading Review: THE ANCIENT MAGUS’ BRIDE: PART TWO Brings A Magic Ending

Review: EDEN OF THE EAST: THE COMPLETE SERIES Is Better As A Stand Alone

Many called Eden of the East the best series to come out of 2009. Unfortunately, the story would continue with two movies which felt more like a forced ending more than the proper conclusion for such an enjoyable series. Can the series still be enjoyable without continuing on with the movies? Summary Akira Takizawa wakes… Continue reading Review: EDEN OF THE EAST: THE COMPLETE SERIES Is Better As A Stand Alone

Review: YURI KUMA ARASHI Is An Impressive Storm Of Symbolism

Anyone familiar with director Kunihiko Ikuhara knows his work comes with a lot of metaphors and hidden meanings and Yuri Kuma Arashi is no exception. A series featuring girls, bears, and a group known as the Invisible Storm brings the two elements together. Does it have more to offer than cute girls and less than… Continue reading Review: YURI KUMA ARASHI Is An Impressive Storm Of Symbolism

Review: DARLING IN THE FRANXX: PART TWO Is Entertaining But Bizarre

The second half of Darling In The Franxx is odd to put it lightly. It starts at a high point but soon succumbs to some of the studio’s familiar tropes. Is it still worth checking out? Summary It started with a kiss from the mysterious girl that called him…darling. In a battle against deadly beasts… Continue reading Review: DARLING IN THE FRANXX: PART TWO Is Entertaining But Bizarre

Review: LUCKY STAR Is Filled With Hilarious Comedy Gold

Show of hands, how many here have watched Lucky Star? Wow, too few raised their hands. The show is entertaining and filled with great moments which will have you smiling way after the series is over. Summary What’s the best way to eat dessert? Do twins really have a psychic connection? What kind of guys… Continue reading Review: LUCKY STAR Is Filled With Hilarious Comedy Gold

FUNIMATION Acquires MANGA ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED

Anime distribution company Funimation has completed the acquisition of UK anime distribution company Manga Entertainment. This will lead to Funimation being able to reach more markets but could it lead to more? The press release for the announcement of Funimation obtaining Manga Entertainment Limited details how this merger will allow for Funimation to reach more… Continue reading FUNIMATION Acquires MANGA ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED

Review: SWORD OF THE STRANGER Is A Unique Stand Alone Experience

Sword of the Stranger is one of the rare instances with anime films. It is movie which is not an adaptation, has no manga or novel behind it and is not part of a franchise. Yet because it has no supportive material, it is a film which can be watched at a moment’s notice without… Continue reading Review: SWORD OF THE STRANGER Is A Unique Stand Alone Experience

Review: NINJA SLAYER FROM ANIMATION Tries to Be Trash But Is Just Garbage

Ninja Slayer From Animation attempts a very dangerous gamble. The series is intentionally tries to be one which is so bad, it takes a pure 180 and is able to become entertaining. Unfortunately, attempting for this angle runs the risk of actually becoming near unwatchable. Summary Domo, civilian, I am Ninja Slayer! Once a common,… Continue reading Review: NINJA SLAYER FROM ANIMATION Tries to Be Trash But Is Just Garbage

Review: DARLING IN THE FRANXX: PART ONE Is Strange But Charming

The internet seemed all over the board when it came to Darling in the Franxx. Some loved it, some hated it, and some were indifferent. With the immediate reaction dying down, it’s time to take a look back and see how the series stacks up one part at a time. Summary It started with a… Continue reading Review: DARLING IN THE FRANXX: PART ONE Is Strange But Charming