No Game No Life Series Review: It’s Not Just a Game

It is worth noting that realism is not what this anime was going for. All of the characters are complete and over-the-top parodies of human beings (even though the vast majority aren't human). And while this isn't necessarily a bad thing, it does make it hard to feel sympathy, empathy, or anything else for the characters.

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Tuesday’s Top 5: Anime Bookworms

Tuesday's Top 5

As an avid bookworm myself I definitely appreciate seeing characters who read, who talk about books, and who generally respect stories and it is no surprise that some of my favourite characters ever are bookworms (though there are plenty of book reading characters who are neither here nor there really). Today I'm counting down my … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Anime Bookworms

Friday’s Feature: The Power of Clichés, Archetypes, and Being Predictable

How Not To Summon a Demon Lord - Episode 1 - Diablo

We all know about anime clichés, archetypes and tropes and we've all kind of come to accept that there are certain characters and events that we're going to run into again and again. However, for some people, the existence of clichés and archetype characters who don't break the mould are enough for them to scorn … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: The Power of Clichés, Archetypes, and Being Predictable

No Game No Life Volume 1 Light Novel Review

Overview: I really enjoyed the anime of No Game No Life so while I've been trying to avoid too many books of anime I watched (Grimgar being the notable exception), I decided I wouldn't mind trying this series to see if I could find out what happens next given the anime just leaves us hanging. … Continue reading No Game No Life Volume 1 Light Novel Review

Tuesday’s Top 5: Isekai Stories

Tuesday's Top 5

With my current light novel fixation and the majority of these being isekai stories I decided to look at some of my favourite isekai anime. Now this list started with just being set in another world and then clearly made a distinction of stories where someone starts in one world and crosses to another (which … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Isekai Stories

Tuesday’s Top 5: Anime Brothers

Tuesday's Top 5

We all know there are some terrible anime families out there, but every now and then a show finds a way to remind us that not every blood relative wants to abandon you, use you to destroy the world, or is on a vendetta to kill and destroy you. I'm dedicating this list to all … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Anime Brothers