Domestic Girlfriend (Domestic na Kanojo) is one of Winter 2018/19’s most controversial shows, and unlike Shield Hero, maybe it deserves its reputation. Its content certainly isn’t suitable for everyone. At times, even I was uncomfortable, and I spent an entire day last year watching Koi Kaze… Domestic Girlfriend definitely isn’t the easiest show to watch, by … Continue reading Domestic Girlfriend Analysis: It’s All Fine!
Conception, a Fall/Autumn 2018 anime... that's fallen below standard in just about every way. Now, for the purposes of this post, I partook in what I can only describe as a good hour and a half of self-flagellation - why? Because this is what it takes, and I though Conception's reception might be the product … Continue reading Conception: Completely Pointless Anime
A Place Further than the Universe has taken the Winter of 2018 by storm Though... not from the get go. It's something which has crept up on all of us. Rallying over the weeks, as its MAL score grew and grew to something which its cute girl aesthetic never foreshadowed at the beginning of the … Continue reading A Place Further Than the Universe: Love and Loss
This is something I have been deliberating over for a rather significant amount of time now, so here goes: Within the anime community I feel there is a trend, this need to analyse every single frame of media; almost as if anime (or media in general) exists for this reason alone, and anything without so-called … Continue reading Anime: Overanalyzing – Current Climate of Content
Darling in the Franxx is without a doubt one of Winter 2017's top shows. A co-production between Trigger and A-1 Pictures - two hugely respected studios; Trigger putting out cult shows such as Kill la Kill, Little Witch Academia, and it's founders Hiroyuki Imaishi and Masahiko Ohtsuka, coming from Gainax, with shows like Gurren Lagann … Continue reading Darling in the Franxx: First Impressions Fever
I'll preface this discussion by saying I rarely watch Yuri. Not because I have an aversion to it - or feel anything inherently negative towards it. Only, Yuri is something that rarely ever comes to the surface in my anime watching habits; for whatever reason that may be. With this in mind, I have few … Continue reading In ‘Defense’ of… Citrus and the Ecchi Genre
On occasion, characters grab your imagination in the first few moments of you knowing them. Girls' Last Tour is a perfect example of this; how it manages to present its two characters in a way that is hardly exciting, but completely endearing. It's this slow revelation of who these two girls are where the … Continue reading Girls’ Last Tour: Developing Character
Kiki's Delivery Service is my all time favourite Studio Ghibli film. Those of you who haven't read my content before might think this is something of a surprise... after all, not many people are on the same wavelength as me regarding this one... then again, I doubt they are with many of the things … Continue reading Kiki’s Delivery Service: Kiki’s Insatiable Drive
Barakamon is a brilliant show. In fact, I might go as far to say it is in the top twenty anime I have ever watched. I really do regard it that highly. For good reason, too! Barakamon originally aired its twelve episodes during the Summer of 2014. The show is brought to us by animation … Continue reading Barakamon – Anime REVIEW!
Alright... alright, I'm a little late with KonoSuba. It's one of those shows I'd been meaning to watch for a long while now - one I never got around to. Of course, that was my mistake, because it is absolutely brilliant in so, so many ways. KonoSuba has invariably gained what can only be described … Continue reading KonoSuba – Anime REVIEW!