Ajin Series Review

Ajin, available on Netflix, is the story about people who cannot die and as a result are not treated as human. It's an interesting idea and there are some interesting characters, though it doesn't quite bring things together. First published in June 2016.

Is Ajin Really A Commentary on the Selfish Nature of Humans?

Kei Nagai from Ajin is one of those characters I kind of love to hate. Within his story he works beautifully but he would be a horrible person to know in real life. Today I'm taking a closer look at this student who ends up on the run after learning he isn't exactly human.

Tuesday’s Top 5: Horror Anime Released in the Last 5 Years

Tuesday's Top 5

It is seriously hard to find a good horror anime and that isn't surprising given how few are released in general (when compared with the plethora of isekai stories or cute girls doing whatever anime). But it does make it hard to do a Halloween anime list each year when very little has changed. So … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Horror Anime Released in the Last 5 Years

Tuesday’s Top 5: Anime That Use CGI

Tuesday's Top 5

It probably isn't news that a lot of people don't like CGI in their anime. And given some of the efforts at using it,  that's actually pretty understandable. At some point I'm going to have to look at those anime that end up just being an eye-sore, but that isn't today's list. Today I have … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Anime That Use CGI

Ajin Season 2 Series Review

Overview: A continuation of Ajin on Netflix, the story picks up with Sato essentially declaring war on Japan through acts of terrorism and Nagai is still on the run. I have previously reviewed season 1 here. Review: If you haven't watched the first season of this, it might be time to check it out. While … Continue reading Ajin Season 2 Series Review