Post sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. The world had changed so much since the time of Blood, Mary and Gus but this week, in Saihate no Paladin, Will learns that some actions and people will never be forgotten. Be sure to read the full review.
This post is sponsored by Ashley. Horror and comedy are frequently combined with varying levels of success. Mieruko-Chan makes a noble effort but doesn't quite get the blend right. Be sure to read the full post.
This week things seem to take a left turn in The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window with Sensei seemingly self-destructing and Hiyakawa's actions most definitely leaving me wondering if he's actually the villain. Be sure to read the full review.
Post sponsored by Matt Doyle (Author of Ailuros) Platinum End introduces us to another god-candidate who has an overly simplistic motive and whose actions don't make any sense at all. Be sure to read the full review.
This post is sponsored by Ashley. Finally, 9 episodes in to Mieruko-Chan, we get to see Miko smile. And the experience is most definitely rewarding. Be sure to read the full episode review.
Taishou Otome Fairytale continues to work on Yuzuki and Tamahiko's relationship and has both growing as people in this episode as we see Tamahiko take a big step. Be sure to read the full review.
DanMachi (or the longer Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?) is one of my favourite fantasy anime. Here's why.
There are so many very cool female anime characters out there who wear glasses and I intended to celebrate them with my top 5.
Post sponsored by Lynn Sheridan. The conclusion to Rudeus' "rescue" of Lilia and Aisha in Jobless Reincarnation. Be sure to read the full review.
Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions is a fun little series with a bit of excitement, romance, and a lot of heart as these characters navigate the path from child to adult. Be sure to read the full review.