Post sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. Sabikui Bisco brings its first act to a close with Bisco leaving the city at the end of the episode with his new partner in tow. Be sure to read the full review.
Post sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. Sabikui Bisco continues to be a little surreal to watch even as the plot this week is pretty straight forward completing the story of the border crossing and continuing the conflict that followed inside the city (of course not in that straight forward order). Be sure to read the full episode review.
Overview: Chito and Yuuri are maybe the only two people left in the world and they are travelling around without much of a destination looking for supplies. Along the way, they reflect on a number of fairly big questions about the world and life. Review: There's something very special about Girls' Last Tour. It is … Continue reading Girls’ Last Tour Series Review: Don’t Let The Moe Characters Fool You
Review: Normally I would be the first to describe something like Girls' Last Tour as dull. The plot does not exist other than two girls travelling around seemingly deserted world occasionally looking for food but mostly without any kind of direction. The two characters, while charming, aren't anything particularly note worthy. Even the setting, post … Continue reading Girls’ Last Tour Episode 5: Beauty in Simplicity
Review Episode 2: I'm just going to start by saying Yuuri should be glad Chito doesn't carry a gun because given Yuuri tossed her book on the fire... immediately after Chito had explained how important books were... Well, our character count could have dropped from two to one if this were a different kind of … Continue reading Girls’ Last Tour Episodes 2 + 3: Can We Eat That?