It’s been 15 years. Was it worth it? (No.)
An immortal, shape-changing orb is cast upon the earth. It grows, learns, and changes as it meets various people and has various experiences.
In an Animal Crossing-esque world of goofy animal people, a cynical taxi driver in the big city gets dragged into a criminal investigation via his varied customers.
A bored, disaffected high school student purchases a VR video game that promises unparalleled realism. He kills someone during the tutorial quest and stares at some boobs. There’s a little sister. The ED has butts in it.
I have nothing to say about 2020 that we all don’t already know, and when anime was delayed and we had nothing to do in the middle of the year, I went back to ye olde manga sources and started reading some random stuff.
With monsters rampaging in the streets, every faction scrambles both to stay alive and to find the truth.
After checking back in with HQ, Headkeeper moves back into the Imperial Capital to extract their spies and find out what exactly the Empire has been hiding.
With most of the smugglers still on the run, the Imperial Government cracks down even harder as their own corruption starts to come to light.
Headkeeper stops at a village for car repairs and come across the remnants of an Imperial research camp.
Headkeeper manages to escape to another town with Innumael in tow, but an Imperial blockade cuts off their options.
Years after a magical cataclysm summoned monsters into the empire, a fresh-faced cadet in the Imperial Army and an unassuming delivery man get wrapped up in smuggling illegal firearms to rebellious elements.
In a crime-ridden cyberpunk version of Japan’s Kansai region, an Ordinary Person gets caught up in a death game involving several “AKUDAMA”, the most dangerous class of criminal.
Dai is a young boy raised by monsters who dreams of becoming a Hero. After a surprise encounter with a band of crooks and a princess, he just might get his chance.
Teen genius Nasa Yuzaki has a fateful encounter one evening and falls in love at first sight with a strange girl named Tsukasa Tsukuyomi. Years later, she reappears at his doorstep and they immediately get hitched, beginning a married life together.
We continue across the sea of stars, where Gee and Iro watch the seminal 1988-1997 Legend of the Galactic Heroes OVA a few episodes at a time. Keep an eye out for this podcast between main installments of The GLORIO Chat as we work our way through the history books. This time: Series Wrap-up.
Set after the 2019 Sakura Wars game, the Imperial Combat Revue Flower Division – a troupe of mech pilot troops – must deal with a new demonic invasion as well as take care of the amnesiac sole survivor of the Moscow Combat Revue. Also the OP is a banger.
Genius mechanic Appare and beleaguered samurai Kosame find themselves shipwrecked and penniless in Los Angeles, California. They decide to participate in the Trans-America Wild Race Big Boss Grand Prix in a custom made steam car to win the $10,000 grand prize and buy their way back to Japan.
We’ve entered a reality where Fate is one of the biggest franchises around. Fate/Grand Order (the gacha-based mobile game) alone passed the $3 billion marker in gross revenue in 2019, meaning it’s made about as much money as the entire Legend of Zelda game series combined. How did this franchise, unknown in 2010, become an international juggernaut?
We continue across the sea of stars, where Gee and Iro watch the seminal 1988-1997 Legend of the Galactic Heroes OVA a few episodes at a time. Keep an eye out for this podcast between main installments of The GLORIO Chat as we work our way through the history books. This time: Episodes 108-110.
Iro is still here with a bag full of arbitrary and somewhat questionable awards.