The child soldier recruited by Koko the arms-dealer as a body guard has some really fantastic moments throughout the two seasons of Jormungand. Here I'm counting down my favourite five moments with Jonah. What are your favourites?
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From my first watch to the most recent, I haven't really changed my thoughts on Jormungand. It is still a problematic show to try to convince someone to watch because of the subject matter, but it is still a lot of fun to sink your teeth into. If you missed my original review, here it … Continue reading Jormungand Series Review: She’s Going to Devour Everything
Okay, anime is full of zany, quirky characters but every now and then we come across a character who you just have to wonder what is going on inside their head (if anything). There characters can be fun and amusing or they can be completely annoying but they usually leave a fairly lasting impression. For … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Characters that are not all there.
We all know the scene. It's usually about two thirds of the way through the story and the nice character, the one we all love, suddenly gets cut down. What makes it even sadder is that usually the only purpose their death serves is to give our protagonist a renewed focus. yep, the guys that … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Saddest Death Scenes
Overview: Jonah is a child soldier who is given the job of working as a bodyguard for an international arms dealer, Koko Hekmatyar. He hates guns and those who sell them but through circumstances beyond his control he remains reliant on weapons to live. While at first he resents Koko, Jonah slowly learns that there … Continue reading Jormungand Series Review
This post I am writing in response to a question I was asked a few weeks back.And I wanted to thank angieabk for asking because after replying I just kept thinking about the question and why it had stumped me when it seemed like it should have been an easy one to answer. I was … Continue reading Friday’s Feature – Anime for Kids