Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet Series Review

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Gargantia on the Verduous Planet is a fun enough anime series with some interesting ideas. Be sure to read the full review.

Sakugan Episode 7 – Dream Directions and An Aimless Plot

Sakugan Episode 7 Review

Sakugan definitely seems to have gotten lost in its mid-season losing the earlier momentum and excitement. Be sure to read the full review.

Sakugan Episode 6 – Equality, Justice And Other Empty Slogans

Sakugan Episode 6 Review

Gugumber manages to squander the small windfall he received after the events of episode 5 of Sakugan. This week a new colony, an old debt, and both an old acquaintance and a new friend. Be sure to read the full review.

Sakugan Episode 5 – The Wind Of Curiosity Very Nearly Kills

Sakugan Episode 5 Review

A job in exchange for crimes committed? Sakugan episode 5 has Memenpu and Gugumber mapping out a region full of old technology in order to save an underground forest. Be sure to read the full review.

Sakugan Episode 4 – These Fools Attract Trouble in Double Time

Sakugan Episode 4

In episode 4 of Sakugan, Memenpu and Gugumber get to experience a colony set up like pseudo Italy and naturally get involved with a girl on the run from gangsters. Be sure to read the full review.

Sakugan Episode 3 – The Back-Seat Driver From Hell

Sakugan Episode 3

In episode 3 of Sakugan, Memenpu and Gugumber are really struggling with communication as they navigate their way through the labyrinth to their first destination. Will they learn from this experience? Be sure to read the full review.

Sakugan Episode 2 – Can The Father-Daughter Team Defeat the Kaiju?

Sakugan Episode 2 Review

Episode 2 of Sakugan is more or less the conclusion to the fight against the kaiju that was begun in episode 1 as well as a transition then to the journey the characters will go on. Was it entertaining? Be sure to read the full review.

Sakugan Episode 1 – Made In Abyss Vibes But Offers Enough To Feel Unique

Sakugan Episode 1 Review

Sakugan is an anime that is very easily compared with Made in Abyss because of a number of key factors in its setting and premise. That said, this episode actually ended up feeling like very much its own story and by the end of it I was ready for more. Be sure to read the full review.

Captain Earth Series Review: Earth is Doomed and As Usual Only a Group of Teens (And Robots) Can Save Us

Captain Earth is one of those series that is kind of lame and yet also worth watching because there's fun to be had and some good ideas buried in the mess. And it's always fun watching super powered teens in giant robots fight to save the earth.

Watch or Drop? Eighty-Six

Watch or Drop

Another military fantasy anime featuring a naive female in a position of power... Here's hoping eighty-six goes better than The Price of Smiles.