Tuesday’s Top 5: Ending Themes in 2018

Continuing on with our Top 5 lists for the year that is 2018, this week I am turning my attention to the ending themes. Now, this list was a little harder to make because there are plenty of ED's I don't listen to after the first episode, which is why in previous years I haven't … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Ending Themes in 2018

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Steins;Gate 0 Series Review: Here We Go Again, Again

Right from episode one of Steins;Gate 0 I kind of sat on the fence about whether or not I was on board with this most recent addition to the Steins;Gate anime world. Overall it was an up and down experience but now we come to the final review and I have to figure out exactly how I feel about this show.

Drum Roll For The Best of Summer 2018 Anime Announcement

Cells at Work Episode 12 - Platelet

Summer has indeed had its ups and downs and to be honest, it is probably the weakest of the seasons 2018 has offered us so far. That doesn't mean it wasn't a whole lot of fun to follow, review, and discuss. However, I did find if a lot harder than normal to narrow down my … Continue reading Drum Roll For The Best of Summer 2018 Anime Announcement

Friday’s Feature: The Importance of the Final Impression

It seems an appropriate time for me to turn my attention to how audiences receive final episodes given the Summer anime season is rapidly drawing to a close. As much as we think about first episodes and how important it is to grab the audience and draw them in, for me, once I've decided to … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: The Importance of the Final Impression

Steins;Gate 0 Episode 23: The End and The Beginning

One final attempt at sending Mayuri and Suzuha into the past to change everything (or rather get Okabe back into trying to save Kurisu which the audience already knows happens so I'm not entirely sure if there was any point to this or not) and then we have a few loose ends to tie up but otherwise we're done. Okay, there's still an OVA to go so I guess there's more to this story but I think for me, I'm done.

Steins;Gate 0 Episode 22: Farewell Amadeus

Steins;Gate Episode 22 - Daru and Miho

Okabe may have returned to the past after 3000 time leaps with new found determination but that doesn't mean the obstacles he was facing have gotten any smaller. Episode 22 of Steins;Gate 0 has some serious brainstorming taking place before the characters face an incredibly tough choice. Not a lot physically happens this episode. There … Continue reading Steins;Gate 0 Episode 22: Farewell Amadeus

Steins;Gate 0 Episode 21: I’ve Missed Hououin Kyouma

Steins;Gate 0 Okabe Rintarou

Right, as much as I kind of feel Steins;Gate 0 has been overly drawn out for the amount of content it has and that about half the characters in it haven't been needed for much of anything, I cannot deny the pure joy I got out of this episode. Hououin Kyouma is back. There's been … Continue reading Steins;Gate 0 Episode 21: I’ve Missed Hououin Kyouma

Steins;Gate 0 Episode 20: It’s The End of the World

You know when things go wrong and there's always that person who tells you not to worry because it isn't the end of the world? For Okabe that moment isn't coming because in this episode he really is seeing what happens after the failure to 'fix' the future back in 2011. I've made no secret … Continue reading Steins;Gate 0 Episode 20: It’s The End of the World

Friday’s Feature: The Value Of Rewatches

I'm no stranger to rewatching shows. Even when I was a little kid, I would play VHS's literally to death. I'd watch my favourite shows and movies time after time, getting to the end of the video and instantly hitting rewind and beginning all over again. Once DVD's became a thing there were many titles … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: The Value Of Rewatches

Steins;Gate 0 Episode 19: Okabe the Hypocrite

It's all well and good for Okabe to suddenly gain a sense of urgency and a desire to right wrongs and 'fix' things; however as Daru correctly points out, it is Okabe who has been ignoring them and stalling progress on the very machine that he'll now rely on to 'save' everyone. Even then, the consequences of his choices are unknown so he can't really assure anyone that he will in fact succeed.