Fate/Stay Night Blu-ray Review
A rich and aspiring story held back by poor visuals and problematic direction choices, Fate/Stay Night is entertaining but far from the masterpiece it could have been.
K-ON! The Movie Blu-ray Review
K-ON! The Movie is a fitting swan song for the TV series and also a wonderful movie in its own right.
The summer 2013 anime season is upon us and what better way to introduce you to it than with a humoristic season preview! This preview is low on true facts but high on the fun factor. Better yet, it implicitly tells you what is the target audience for each series, helping you decide which series is right for you. Take it with a huge grain of salt, and a smile. Continue reading
Those who regularly hop to the nearest coffee shop for a good cup of joe might be all too familiar with the work of the barista. The barista’s job is to skillfully operate the coffee machine and make great coffee. Some barista are more gifted than others and can nonchalantly use milk foam to draw latte art inside your cup. Yamamoto Kazuki is an expert in drawing anime latte art inside your coffee. Recently he found the time to draw almost the entire crew of Attack on Titan in coffee foam. Continue reading
After more than 10 years of anticipation the Chimera Ant arc – the longest and darkest arc in the Hunter x Hunter manga – is finally upon us. While the latest episodes still carry the inappropriate childishness that characterized this reboot from the get-go the Ant arc is slowly forcing this series to return to its true manga roots. Continue reading
Shocking, disturbing, unique and mature. Attack on Titan isn’t only the best show to air this season, it’s also a return to that golden era when anime stood out for daring to infuse animation with gore. Continue reading