Shit Protag lives alone in a small flat, passes out, and wakes up as a child at a medieval-looking banquet. He is astonished at this extravagance, positively giddy to have landed so luckily in the lap of luxury. Turns out, though, that it was all just a put-on for a wedding; this family can not afford to actually live like this, so they eat stale bread and homeopathic soup for every meal. This justifies intensifying inequality even further.
colons takes a look at movie posters from films covered in Glorio’s King of the Kaiju.
Wait, is this isekai or not?
It’s a heartwarming adoption story in a fantasy setting, and colons can’t not worry about where it’s going.
A child* shows up to help a patient overworked man live a better life, and they engage in something that definitely isn’t framed as sex.
A burnt-out writer learns about the healing power of the love of cats.
The isekai trash you’re familiar with, but with false rape accusations as the primary character motivation.
colons makes some recommendations about films you may or may not want to watch
There are thousands of stories that could be told; thousands of real gems that could be turned into a compelling television series. This is not one of them.
Part one of a step-by-step guide to grooming a reluctant child.
I trained a neural network on isekai shows, and this is the result.
The bog-standard isekai show, but Shit Protag gets to enslave women.
Crunch during video game development is pretty stressful, so the staff have some extremely tropey and unimaginative dreams while sleeping at the office over the weekend. The show has isekai in the name, you know what’s up.
These martial arts people have a dark secret, and it’s that they do real fighting against monsters, and gosh it is a surprise when it is revealed in the first scene of the show.
colons watched Aikatsu.
It’s a by-the-numbers high-school romance story, with a bunch of typical anime garbage in it. They will try to pretend it’s something different, but they’re lying to you.
Was Ayn Rand on to something? Stay tuned to find out!
Oh my goodness, a boring schoolboy has been transported to another world (an Isekai, you might say), where he’s basically the chosen one! What a novel idea!
A boy can’t deal with the idea of feminine authority figures, and vows to defeat them.
Glenn Radars – whose name is too good for the show he’s in – is a magical instructor and also a bastard. Otherwise, it’s the usual light novel mad libs bullshit.