This post is made up of: 99% cheating, 1% information, 100% self-indulgent. Perfect.
I, and many others, still wait for Evangelion 4.0, or Evangelion 3.0+1.0, or Evangelion:||, or whatever it will be called when it finally gets released. It has been a long wait but one I still have a lot of hope for.
Life’s getting a bit much so here’re a couple of quick impressions for two very different, but “interesting” shows.
Too much...playing...of video games...
To anyone who have told themselves “I mustn’t run away from my problems,” Caligula’s premise is a response saying “no, run away, I will help you be happy.”
Whereas the premiere for season 2 acted as “a reminder of season 1 events while also setting up plot threads for later”, season 3's premiere was more akin to “how’re things going in HQ?” This was a pretty low-key, slice of life episode that shone the spotlight on the denizens of the Tomb of Nazarick, and it was…
I love summer. I know many don’t, but I love it anyway. What I don’t love? Allergies. Guess who doesn’t have allergies: video game characters. This can not stand.
Why aren’t my skills leveling up?!
So, Cells at Work! After Thatsmapizza wrote about it being on his list of anime to watch this summer, I decided to check out the first episode.
Coupling a strong opening sequence with plenty of likable characters and intrigue to unravel, Banana Fish looks poised as one of this season’s strongest offerings. Do not miss this premiere.
While Hanebado!’s premiere doesn’t particularly convince me to keep watching, it’s definitely a title to keep an eye on for fans of sports anime.
Specifically, I can’t stop listening to one particular track...
This is a story about a big sister saving the world; it’s just not the world most people think of.
I’ve been trying to consider why we, the audience, find Hinamatsuri to be absolutely gut-busting hilarious despite how terrible the actual scenarios are.
In this final installment of Custom Gunpla, we take a look at the different options for painting and take a look at the final product.
In which we (sometimes) start to cut, sand, putty or glue the model kit into something different.
Step 1: Always remember that “Gunpla is freedom.” Step 2: Repeat step 1.
It’s Canada Day and what better way to celebrate it than writing about a isekai power fantasy! Since both are about...new starts...and...being bad ass? Whatever. Canada’s awesome, Overlord’s fun, let’s get on with it.
Have you had a recent existential crisis that made you question your purpose in doing anything, including this challenge?
In a refreshing change of pace, an anime is discussing contemporary societal issues and providing a solution to it. While said solution is, of course, imaginative, it’s still a great thought exercise for today’s troubles.