Review: With a plethora of 'cute' this season, School Babysitters is something of an interesting find. While it certainly is going for the whole cute aesthetic with the overly chibi styled toddlers (who for some reason aren't growing despite the older characters moving into a new school year) this show is kind of differentiating itself … Continue reading School Babysitters Episode 4: It’s Moments Like These…
Overview: The Everlasting—a title given to those who’ve reached a state closest to godhood. This honor is a dream to all novice mages and warriors. Our story begins with Asura Shirogami, an orphaned sixteen-year-old boy trained in warrior arts who transfers to Albion. Having no friends and an embarrassing first day, Asura must adapt to … Continue reading The Everlasting: Eye of the Wise Volume 1 Review
Review: This week we move away from the instructors and their deliberate acts of cruelty (though they do get one fairly ominous looking scene) and instead we focus on the cruelty that people can inflict upon one another once they start forming packs and seem to have absolutely zero empathy. It wouldn't be so hard … Continue reading Evil or Live Episode 2: Could There Be One Nice Character In This Story?
Overview: In this modern society, a new kind of "illness" is striking young boys and girls; Loneliness, disbelief and outrage push this generation to get more or more attached to Internet and technologies. The experts called those symptom "Net Addiction". To prevent that, a certain Rehabilitation Facility has been set up to "Lead the young … Continue reading Evil or Live Episode 1: Can We Switch Protagonists?
Overview: During senior year an apparently mysterious new student transfers in to some academy. And then a groups of kids get superpowers. Seriously, that's all I got out of this though I guess there was some destiny/fate thing going on as well if I'd been able to pay more attention toward the end. Review: I'm … Continue reading Tokyo Majin Season 1 Series Review: It’s Like Someone Gave the Scooby Gang Super Powers But Forgot About Fun
Review: There's a lot of terrible teachers out in the anime universe, fortunately for Todoroki and Yaoyorozu, Aizawa isn't one of them. Even when he's hunting them down, he still takes the time to reflect on their progress as students and to give them the push they need to overcome their own difficulties. As much … Continue reading My Hero Academia Episode 35: Aizawa’s Always A Teacher
Review: We kind of knew it had to come along, an episode that focusses on the fact that Chise is actually Japanese and that there are different cultural expectations. Fortunately, this episode elicits more laughs than groans and actually manages to make for some great character moments even while it plays on some fairly obvious … Continue reading Princess Principal Episode 9: East Meets West
Overview: "Would you like to be with me... in the Gamers Club?" Amano Keita is a perfectly mediocre loner with no particular distinguishing features other than his love for games. One day, his school's prettiest girl and Gamer Club President Tendo Karen suddenly calls out to him. - From Crunchyroll. Review: There's this thing I … Continue reading Gamers Episode 1: Loners Going to Lone
Overview: At the end of the 19th century, London, the Kingdom of Albion has been split into East and West sides by a giant wall. Five girls attend Queen’s Mayfaire, a conventional and prestigious school. Under the guise of regular high school girls, they act as spies under cover. Disguise, reconnaissance, infiltration, car chases... Each … Continue reading Princess Principal Episode 1: This Might Be A Fun Ride
Review: This show kind of gave its best and worst in this final episode. It reminded us of the ridiculous outfits and ways it has treated its female cast even while making us laugh as Re=L threatens to take down Leos. It gave us a truly absurd wedding dress and what did they do to … Continue reading Akashic Records of a Bastard Magical Instructor Episode 12