No Guns Life Unlike the Summer season, I haven't found that much interest in the shows that are airing this Fall. Beastars doesn't get me going in the same ways as it does other people, and I haven't watched many of the prequels to currently airing sequels. However, one that shines through is No Guns … Continue reading Sunday’s Segment: No Guns Life, Midsommar, SAO (#6)
It's not often I come across an anime which makes me feel anything more than entertained, amused, happy. Chobits does all those things, and more. It forces me to examine ideals, things that I had already predetermined. It's an anime of two parts: a happy-go-lucky ride of lighthearted comedy, and a tumultuous expose on how … Continue reading Exploring Chobits: Love, AI, Comedy
From Sounan Desu ka's (Are You Lost?) opening episode, it's easy to recognise it as one of Summer's more niche anime, running at only twelve minutes, and with a subject matter that is a little removed from usual, all considering. So, after reading MAL's brief synopsis at the start of the season, it seemed to … Continue reading Sounan Desu ka? – Anime Is Not Lost
It's not often I come across something so abhorrent I want to erase it from my brain in an instant. However, Netflix's anime documentary Enter the Anime makes me want to do just that and more. In fact, it is so terrible I cannot understand why it was ever released on the platform - never … Continue reading Enter the Anime Review: Netflix’s Awful ‘Documentary’
I've played all Life is Strange has to offer. I love it. It was unlike any other narrative experience I'd had previously. It took the idea of 'choices matter' and ran with it, they don't just matter - they are the game. I felt the same wonder during the First Episode of Life is Strange … Continue reading Life is Strange 2: Episode 2 Review – What Happened?
Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 Took Me A Few Days To Get Through... After watching the first three episodes, I knew I was going to be in for a ride. So, I decided to space it out, to allow me time to think between episodes, and between all the emotional moments and baggage. Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 is … Continue reading Tokyo Magnitude 8.0: Strength in Family and Friends
Admittedly, I hadn't even heard of NEW GAME! until recently... something which surprised me, because of my penchant for both games and anime - what could be a better mix, right? Exactly! And, now I'm sat here wondering why I hadn't watched it sooner, why I hadn't experienced its awesomeness months ago when it first aired last year. … Continue reading New Game! (S1) – Anime REVIEW!
My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) is a long way away from the things I am accustomed to watching. Yet, after the first two episodes, I was completely captivated by it. So, let's get into it: Spoilers... obviously My Hero Academia is the story of Midoriya, a teenager who has lived out … Continue reading REVIEW – My Hero Academia | Season 1
Love Tyrant (Renai Boukun) is one of Spring's 2017 anime. It has been adapted from the manga of the same name, written by Megane Mihoshi. Here is the synopsis taken from My Anime List A Kiss Note is a powerful notebook that makes anyone who has their name written together will instantly fall in … Continue reading REVIEW – First Episode | Love Tyrant (Renai Boukun)
Looking at the very first episode of Eromanga Sensei