On a fateful day in July 2012, we created our first post. Shoujo Hitler was bad, but much worse was our first impressions of the anime adaptation of Kingdom that went up shortly thereafter. It’s five years later and anime is still bad, but somehow someway we are still here, carrying out our solemn duty to warn…
If you go about doing a season preview, it is only obvious you also close off on a season review. In The Wrap-Up, all of our contributors get to shine a spotlight on the show they thought to be the very best of the past few weeks, as well as reflect back on the preview to see which…
We’re somewhere vaguely halfway into the Spring season again, so here we are again to tell you which opening sequences and ending themes we didn’t skip after the first episode this time around! This time around, hamburgers, holiday pictures and HEAVY METAL.
Hinako, a girl much better at talking to animals than to humans, moves to the big city, where she meets a wide array of (supposedly) quirky characters.
A bookish misanthrope and an anxious athlete go to school together and, um… awkwardly fumble around each other, I guess?
Soon to be fresh out of junior college, fashionista Yoshino Koharu struggles to make it in the boring world of the grown-ups – until one day, she gets an offer to become the spokeswoman for a sleepy countryside village. Golly gee willikers, could this perchance be a P.A. Works anime?
Months after their hearts were broken, Mugi and Hanabi reunite amidst their school’s cultural festival.