Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Series Review: Characters We Love, Magic That Thrills, And A Plot Totally Unfinished

As a child and teen of the 90's I grew up with Cardcaptor in my life, and even with the terrible English dub and the butchered theme song this anime was close to my heart. How does the reboot/sequel of 2018 match up to nostalgia's fierce hold? Review: Nostalgia can be a dangerous thing sometimes. … Continue reading Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Series Review: Characters We Love, Magic That Thrills, And A Plot Totally Unfinished

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Children of the Whales Series Review: Youthful Cast, Pastel Colours, and Genocide

I will get back to my ongoing reviews of the original Sailor Moon seasons in the near future but I decided I needed a short break from blonde pig-tailed heroines who fight for justice. And so I found myself eyeing off this title in my review list. Review: I should probably admit I watched the … Continue reading Children of the Whales Series Review: Youthful Cast, Pastel Colours, and Genocide

Sailor Moon R Series Review

Our favourite pig-tailed transforming heroine returns in season 2 of the classic Sailor Moon anime and this time we have aliens, time travel, and once again the potential end of the world. If you missed my review of season 1 it can be found here. Review (Spoiler Warning): There are fewer things more satisfying than … Continue reading Sailor Moon R Series Review

Sailor Moon Season 1 Series Review

How has it taken me this long to review Sailor Moon? Well I guess I did already review Crystal, but it is time to take on the original anime series and the one that won over my heart as a child (and more than likely planted the seed for me becoming the anime fan I … Continue reading Sailor Moon Season 1 Series Review

March Comes in Like a Lion Season 2 Series Review: An Emotional And Moving Experience

Most of my readers are already familiar with my deep love for this series so I probably don't need to tell you that this anime review is not going to be objective. In fact, let's just accept that this is my love letter to season 2 of March Comes in Like a Lion. It will … Continue reading March Comes in Like a Lion Season 2 Series Review: An Emotional And Moving Experience

School Babysitters Series Review: They’re Cute… And?

The Winter 2018 anime season was rife with cute shows, so how does this bit of adorableness stack up? Review: It should have become fairly clear to anyone who reads my blog and reviews with any regularity that I am not a fan of cute kids. Sweetness and Lightning didn't last long on my watch … Continue reading School Babysitters Series Review: They’re Cute… And?

Sanrio Boys Series Review: At Least They Tried?

This was always going to be a Sanrio advertisement but did they manage to also make an interesting anime? Let me know what you thought in the comments below. Review: The first episode of this anime was quite the surprise. Despite the wafer thin premise which was clearly just a justification to make an anime … Continue reading Sanrio Boys Series Review: At Least They Tried?

Junji Ito Collection Series Review: Twisted Tales and Weird Delusions, But Something Is Not Quite Right

This horror anime collection was talked up a lot before the season started, but how did it go in the end? Be sure to share your thoughts on the series in the comments below. Review: There are many creepy moments in this animated horror collection. Some of these include body horror, disgusting imagery, blood, and … Continue reading Junji Ito Collection Series Review: Twisted Tales and Weird Delusions, But Something Is Not Quite Right

Acchi Kocchi Series Review: Quirky Skit Format Anime With Just The Right Amount Of Weird

Overview: In this anime, Tsumiki is in love with her friend Io, however confession is impossible for her. Instead she'll go about her school life with her friends always hopelessly watching Io and waiting for a moment that has probably passed her by a million times. Yet her friends will ensure you never get bored … Continue reading Acchi Kocchi Series Review: Quirky Skit Format Anime With Just The Right Amount Of Weird

Sengoku Night Blood Series Review: Colourful Nothingness

Overview: Yuzuki is a normal girl who one day gets transported to a different world that kind of resembles the warring states period in Japan only I'm pretty sure there weren't werewolf or vampire pretty boys fighting that particular war. Turns out her blood resembles the missing Himemiko who used to protect the world with … Continue reading Sengoku Night Blood Series Review: Colourful Nothingness