It’s not a new observation, I know, but I’m finding the idea that whether or not I like a thing has nothing to do with how ‘good’ it is to be increasingly concrete.
Japan starts the PR cycle for the new sport they’re adding to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
This seems profitable, let’s make exactly the same thing.
Gacha! is your fortnightly (or thereabouts) look at the weird world of Japanese capsule toys. This week, to celebrate the Japan trip we’re currently on, we picked some absolute garbage. Please enjoy.
I honestly don’t remember any story happening. It’s a by-the-numbers light novel adaptation, who even cares.
Gacha! is your fortnightly (or thereabouts) look at the weird world of Japanese capsule toys. This week we’ve got Christmas cracker toys all up in our gacha machine.
Gacha! is your fortnightly (or thereabouts) look at the weird world of Japanese capsule toys. This week, we’ve got fried potato slices you can place into small plastic buckets.
Stash away those pricey idol statues and your thirty amiibos, because we’re about to get cheap and nasty. Gacha! is your fortnightly (or thereabouts) look at the weird world of Japanese capsule toys. Turns out, this is also all garbage and you don’t want any of it!
In your head, picture the most contrived way you could arrange for a light novel protagonist to gather a harem for himself that you can imagine, and you are not even close.
The next in a long line of world-famous pick-up artists is reluctant and unsuccessful until he realises that his shtick totally works on one particularly vulnerable six-year-old. He sleeps with her the night they meet.
Seriously, just read the title.
Cats should be in the Chinese zodiac, therefore children flirt with adult men.
A schoolgirl gets sucked into a phone game and is subsequently 3D and mouthless, but only some of the time.
Some students in a club make a visual novel.
Some people with magical soul weapons attend a fighting school for people with magical soul weapons.
Welcome to “A Very GLORIO 2014″, our look back at the best of the past year. We’ll be featuring a different post from each of our authors everyday leading up to our top 10 shows of the year. The title says it all for today’s post as colons tackles some of the deep and meaningful ways certain anime characters were introduced this year.
We send Colons in to start catching up with one the great animated masterpieces of our generation. I promise he chose to do this on his own.