Run With The Wind Episode 7 Review The boys finally participate in an actual track meet and this early in the season there are no surprises, except perhaps that Prince finished at all. Seriously, Prince is still my absolutely favourite character in this series and his calm manner before running as he reads manga is … Continue reading An Opportunity To Knock The Wind Clean Out Of Their Sails
Episode 5 gave us a beach episode. You won't believe how much dread I felt when I realised this already incredibly borderline show that seems to relish in oozing sleaze, was about to take us to the location where even tame series decide to max out the fan service and innuendo.
Natsume Volume 4 takes a slightly different turn. In this volume we get three chapters and then three short stories. Admittedly, one of those short stories is featuring the Little Fox so I was super happy to read it but it was an interesting change where the first three volumes had four chapters fairly consistently. … Continue reading Natsume’s Book of Friends Volume 4 Manga Review: The Pain of Farewell
Voice of Fox Episode 5 Reivew I'm a little torn here because I do genuinely feel for Hu Li. He needs money for his mother's hospital bills and he is clearly working hard having signed a contract that gives him almost no advantage other than the money to pay those bills. However, at the same time, I kind of feel a lot of his current troubles have been brought on by his own actions.
This is part of a series of re-posts of older reviews on 100 Word Anime. The original review came out in July 2016 and can be found here. I'm going to be honest, after rewatching this one and re-reading my review, I'm not changing much. So this post is really just here for people who weren't … Continue reading Trigun Series Review: He’s The Most Wanted Man Ever But He’s Just Looking for Love and Peace
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Episode 7 Review Was anyone really surprised to see that Rimuru survives everything that goes down this week? If the answer is yes I'd question whether or not they'd watched the episodes up until this point because clearly they haven't been paying attention.
Continuing on with our Top 5 lists for the year that is 2018, this week I am turning my attention to the ending themes. Now, this list was a little harder to make because there are plenty of ED's I don't listen to after the first episode, which is why in previous years I haven't … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Ending Themes in 2018
I guess Tsurune really does want us to wonder how this group of individuals will come together as a team. Anime really has a fascination with team culture, though I guess that really is a direct result of the Japanese culture behind most anime. However, as Onogi points out, generally speaking Archery is a solo effort.
There was no denying that Cells at Work made a splash last season with its cute and boppy opening song, adorable cast of characters (including the unbeatable-in-the-cute-department platelets), and its weird mix of education and entertainment. This was an anime that caught a lot of the community by surprise and week after week it primarily delivered solid fun and cuteness.
This week went from being incredibly busy to being even more incredibly busy and that was before I drove nine hours across the state to go to a convention. So yeah, my posting schedule fell apart a little from Friday onward but I'm kind of thinking it was worth it. Despite that, I still found … Continue reading In Case You Missed It