Project Itoh: The Empire of Corpses Review

A dark, melancholic tale about the human soul, undead labor and one person's attempt to revive his friend.

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Kino’s Journey: The Beautiful World Review

A unique thought-inducing anime that cunningly injects complex questions into simple stories.

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Fireworks Review

Time is rewound again and again as one kid tries to change the course of a traumatic day in his life.

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The best and worst of My Hero Academia Season 3

The third season of My Hero Academia was filled with competitions, life threatening situations and the passing of the torch from All Might to Deku. Here are 3 aspects this season nailed and 3 the series still needs to improve upon. Continue reading »

The truth about Goblin Slayer

It has the most provocative first episode in recent anime history, but Goblin Slayer’s latter episodes are less dark and feature many homages to D&D and video games. Continue reading »

Attack on Titan season 3 review

The third season of Attack on Titan does away with the Titans in favor of character development and world-building. Not having Titans around for most of the season and basing the story on discussions (and a few fights) between the regular humans was a big risk to take, but in the grand scheme of the show it paid off nicely. Continue reading »

Dragon Pilots has artistic issues

Between its impressive music, quirky characters and weird premise, there's a lot to like about Dragon Pilots. But due to its use of a comedic art style to depict a serious story the series falters where it truly matters. Continue reading »

Steins Gate Visual Novel Review

A seminal visual novel about one person who can alter time and the harsh choices he is forced to make. Continue reading »

A Geek in Japan review

A Geek in Japan

An eclectic encyclopedia filled with juicy trivia entries on Japan’s history, culture and modern life. Continue reading »

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