Question: When compared to the anime in the past, these days it is really hard to find a good anime that can stand neck to neck with all the classic hits. Is it because the studios now-a-days are concentrating in releasing more no. of anime each season rather than 1 or 2 good, quality anime? From anon
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With Goblin Slayer being one of this season's most talked-about shows for various reasons... what kind of fantasy setting do you find most appealing? Traditional Tolkienesque? Witcher-style dark fantasy? Or something else altogether?
This week the premiere of Goblin Slayer came out and clearly rubbed some viewers the wrong way. I'm not going to try and tell you that there's nothing objectionable about Goblin Slayer or that it is something that is fine for everyone to watch. Quite clearly it isn't and quite clearly it is going to … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: My Trigger, Your Trigger
Karandi: Hey everyone, I’m happy to announce that Arthifis and I have decided to do a little bit of collaborating this Autumn Season so I am happy to announce a new series: "Friendly Talks with Arthifis". I’m really excited about this project and I can’t wait to get going. Now I’m pretty sure most of … Continue reading Announcement: Collaboration with Arthifis for the Autumn Season
The Harvest Festival is on its way and all the female adventurers and friends suddenly have one thing on their mind. Too bad Goblin Slayer only ever has one thing on his mind - killing goblins. Previous Reviews Volume One Volume Two Review: Of the three volumes I've read so far, this one is probably … Continue reading Goblin Slayer Volume 3 Light Novel Review: It’s A Date, And Goblins
Goblin Slayer has quite the reputation now and in this volume he's answering a quest request from the Sword Maiden herself, a Gold-ranked adventurer who apparently fought a Demon Lord. My review of Volume 1 can be found here. Review: While this second volume doesn't quite have the drawing power of the first, it is … Continue reading Goblin Slayer Volume 2 Light Novel Review: It’s Always Goblins
Overview: In a world where the gods grew bored of playing games and so created men and demons and dwarves and elves and goblins in order to play an even better game, adventurers know that they might die on a quest. Priestess knows this as she joins her first party and they venture out to … Continue reading Goblin Slayer Volume 1 Light Novel Review: A True Specialist