Alderamin on the Sky: From Beginning To End – A Journey of Discovering The Difference Between Lazy and Efficient

Alderamin on the Sky

Alderamin on the Sky is a military fantasy anime that mostly works. The lack of ending is a bit of a problem as is the overall pacing, but if you like Ikta's approach to life you'll have a lot of fun along the way. Here are my episodic thoughts.

Tuesday’s Top 5: Female Characters from 2016

Tuesday's Top 5

2016 was a great year for anime and while I don't really ever intend just to do a list of top 5 characters ever I kind of feel I can pick a favourite from a single year. Much like my reflections post, this one is entirely my own opinion so feel free to add your … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Female Characters from 2016

Reflections on Anime in 2016 – The Best and The Worst of the Year (in my opinion)

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It's the first day of the year so let's look back at the year that was. I know that at the end of Summer I did my first reflection post looking back at the anime I'd watched and  I purposefully left D Gray Man and Sailor Moon Crystal 3 off the lists because nostalgia was … Continue reading Reflections on Anime in 2016 – The Best and The Worst of the Year (in my opinion)

Alderamin on the Sky Series Review – Military Fantasy That Mostly Pays Off

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Alderamin on the Sky Overview: Alderamin on the Sky follows Ikta Solork, a fairly lazy and apathetic young man, who unfortunately finds himself forced into joining his country's military along with his childhood friend. That said, Ikta Solork makes for a very cool knight, in his own way. Alderamin on the Sky Review: For a … Continue reading Alderamin on the Sky Series Review – Military Fantasy That Mostly Pays Off