Post sponsored by Mechanical Anime Reviews. Heion Sedai no Idaten-Tachi delivered a punchy third episode that kept me entertained, opened up a whole bunch more questions, and really showcased just how vibrant this anime is. Be sure to read the full review.
Psychic Detective Yakumo looks great on paper and is watchable enough but isn't a must watch. Be sure to read the full review.
Catarina's kidnapping ordeal may be over but there are still many questions. Episode 5 of My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! X explores Jeffrey's relationships with his brothers as well as the harem's reaction to Catarina and Gerald's kiss. Crow, Irina and I discuss over on Crow's blog so be sure to check out the full post
Airing in the FALL 2016 anime season, Lostorage Incited WIXOSS gave us a new and exciting instalment in the WIXOSS franchise. Girls playing a card game with deadly consequences - what could go wrong?
I'm kind of amazed that Tensura Season 2 Part 2 is still pulling a score of 8.45 on MAL after the last three episode of babble. Anyway, be sure to read the full review.
Post sponsored by Mechanical Anime Reviews. Episode 2 of Heion Sedai no Idaten-Tachi had some violence, a moment of philosophical musing and then some more violence. Surprisingly, it still managed to make this all a very enjoyable little package.
The Given Live Action drama continues with episode 2 and Uenoyama hears Mafuyu sing. A solid follow up to the first episode. Be sure to read the full review.
With Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song charming me during the Spring 2021 season, I decided to look back at other time travel anime that have enchanted me over the years. Here are my top 5 picks but I'd love to know which time travel anime you've enjoyed so be sure to start the discussion in the comments.
Black Cat tries to run multiple plot lines across a vast array of characters and mostly ends up being a mess. That said, there's some highly enjoyable moments along the way and the zany characters will grow on you even if they never make much sense.
Episode 4 of Seirei Gensouki takes Rio on a trip where he encounters pasta, an assassin and a travel montage. But it all kind of works as his story continues. Be sure to read the full review.