There are very few words for how disappointing these final two episodes are. Mostly because this demonstrates an incredible lack of either planning to end the story at a reasonable rest point OR lack of care for an audience that will be left without anything resembling closure and no announcement of follow up. While not … Continue reading Frankenstein Family Episodes 11 + 12
Right from episode one of Steins;Gate 0 I kind of sat on the fence about whether or not I was on board with this most recent addition to the Steins;Gate anime world. Overall it was an up and down experience but now we come to the final review and I have to figure out exactly how I feel about this show.
Well, once I found out this season was going to be split in two, any hope for an actual resolution of any sort this time around when out the window so I guess I'm not actually disappointed. And despite last week being a bit of a snooze fest and this week just plunging us into … Continue reading Attack on Titan Season 3 Episode 12: And Now We Wait Until Next Year
When I first started Angolmois: Record of Mongol Invasion, I wasn't really expecting much. Still there's definitely something about those first episodes that grab your attention and even though the show has its flaws, I'm still pretty happy with the watch through.
While this anime isn't exactly going to change the world it was perhaps one of the more fun titles from the Summer Season. If you like a bit of fun and action with vampires, werewolves and other things that go bump in the night and you'll probably find something to enjoy in Phantom in the Twilight.
Well, we knew we were moving on from the previous arc but this episode felt like yet more transition and catching people up on how things fit together rather than actually moving onto anything. And that isn't necessarily a bad thing given the three seasons have been spread over a large period of time and … Continue reading Attack on Titan Season 3 Episode 11: Aw, He’s Special
Even by those dangerously low standards, I would find it incredibly hard to recommend The Master of Ragnarok & Blesser or Einherjar. The sheer number of things this anime does to shoot itself in the foot along the way is nearly mind-boggling and that is before you get to a final episode that just left me shaking my head and wondering why on earth I'd just given the show three months of my life in episodic reviews.
Episodes 9 and 10 bring some heavy drama in the form of Snow getting sick and the family rallying to help him. Somewhere along the line that turned into Snow turning into a half-dog monster and running into Sumire (the girl Tanisu has been crushing on). After saving Sumire from getting dirty clothes and lending … Continue reading Frankenstein Family Episodes 9 + 10
With the cliff-hanger ending of episode 6 to be resolved and the issue of whether or not the kids can trust the landlord, episodes 7 and 8 manage to be pretty interesting even while not a lot actually happens in Frankenstein Family. I'm not a big fan of flash backs during dramatic moments given I … Continue reading Frankenstein Family Episodes 7 + 8
Things are getting hot this week in Cells at Work as the body face dehydration and heat stroke. However, in amongst all the sweaty red blood cells and adorable platelets, how was the actual episode?