One Punch Man Series Review: One Punch – One Joke

One Punch Man Saitama Flying

This is part of a series of re-posts of older reviews on 100 Word Anime. The original review came out in August 2016 and can be found┬áhere. I've not made all that many changes to this one as my opinion really hasn't changed. I did however, get rid of the plus/minus format. Still, if you … Continue reading One Punch Man Series Review: One Punch – One Joke

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My Hero Academia Season 2 Series Review: Shining the Light on Heroes and Villains

Overview: There's no denying that season 1 of this show made me sit up and take notice when I picked it up mid-season after reading many positive reviews. The second season continues Midoriya's journey (as well as the rest of the students' journies) to becoming a hero. Earlier I covered some of the ideas in … Continue reading My Hero Academia Season 2 Series Review: Shining the Light on Heroes and Villains

My Hero Academia Episode 37: Those Two Have Got To Work On Their Issues

Review: I know they put Midoriya and Bakugo together because their communication was dreadful, but that just seemed needlessly unfair. Midoriya was trying, kind of, to work with Bakugo and he is an absolute jerk. I still can't believe we're actually supposed to see him as a future hero and not a villain. Though in … Continue reading My Hero Academia Episode 37: Those Two Have Got To Work On Their Issues

My Hero Academia Episode 36: And So They Fought

Review: If this wasn't the second last episode of the season, you would swear it was a filler episode. We get the match ups of most of the characters we don't really care about (Uraraka is the exception here but her match is over and done in almost an instant). While there's certainly merit to … Continue reading My Hero Academia Episode 36: And So They Fought

My Hero Academia Episode 35: Aizawa’s Always A Teacher

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

The Defenders First Impressions: I’m Half In and Half Out on This One

What do you do when you watch something that for everything you love about it, you find something else completely cringe worthy, dull or irritating? Well, in my case you keep watching but then you write a blog post to both celebrate what this long anticipated series does well and to openly wonder just what … Continue reading The Defenders First Impressions: I’m Half In and Half Out on This One

My Hero Academia Episode 33: All Might’s Hesitation

Review: This episode certainly continued with the idea of social media and looking at how Stain's influence is spreading in the world of heroes, at least those ideas were running around in the background and permeating the set up for what is apparently to come. I'm glad I spent some time on this idea in … Continue reading My Hero Academia Episode 33: All Might’s Hesitation