Neiru unexpectedly invites the other girls over to her house, where they learn the peculiar circumstances of her birth, and also the tragic fate of one of her fellow company members.
It’s Rika’s birthday, and the girls get together to celebrate. But after a heated exchange on the topic of her anonymous father, Rika begins to wonder if the fight is really worth maintaining.
Manatsu Natsuumi is excited to move from her island home to the big city to stay with her mother, but she’s reckoned without the machinations of the Witch of Procrastination, who looks to suck out all the motivation of the citizens. Fortunately Laura the mermaid has been sent to the surface world to find the legendary warriors who can battle the Witch and soon Manatsu finds herself fighting monsters as Cure Summer!
We pay our respects to the 2021 Crunchyroll Anime Awards, Jel catches up with Jujutsu Kaisen, and chat about whatever shows we’re still watching.
Acca and Ur-Acca present the girls with animal companions to help them combat a new enemy form, while Ai has a difficult situation to deal with at home.
We drop a few of our regular shows, Jel talks about the Given movie, and Iro threatens to steal your significant other.
The four girls hang out in the real world and begin to question their mission, while Neiru remembers some of the girls she’s met on her journeys into the dream world.
Ai, Rika, and Neiru meet yet another egg purchaser, the boyish Momoe, who rescues girls from sexual abusers.
A surprising number of shows have survived the first month of the season, and we’re going to talk about them all.
Ai meets two other girls who are also buying Wonder Eggs – the quiet and detached Neiru Aonuma, and Rika Kawai (Like ‘kawaii’ because she’s so cute).
It’s been an incredibly busy time over at GLORIO Towers, what with the new season and also gestures at everything. As a result we haven’t been able to roll out our customary slate of First Loooks, but here instead are some quick bite-sized opinions on everything we’ve been watching.
New year, new anime season, new theme music… we are doing our best to start 2021 right. But is the new season any good? The GLORIO crew discusses.
2020 bad but anime good? The GLORIO crew chats about the top 10 shows of the year.
We can finally say good bye to 2020, but before we move on we’re going to take a final look at the best shows of the year. If this is your first time joining us, our Top 10 list is based on votes from the GLORIO crew using a weighted scoring method guaranteed to produce a 100% accurate list. Sorry folks, it’s just science. Here’s the list, and let us know what you think.
Zigg looks back on a year that soared and stumbled in equal measure, and picks out the stories that shone the brightest.
Like many people, this year has been rather busy for me for a variety of reasons both personal and practical. So rather than my usual arbitrary awards show with bespoke categories, I’ll just be going through all the anime I watched in 2020 in chronological order and giving each one the words I think they deserve, for either good or ill.
It’s hard to look back on this dumpster fire of a year and get enthusiastic about anything, but hey, at least there was some good anime? And so we are kicking off our annual look back at all the GLORIO anime and anime adjacent things we watched in 2020.
Before we get too deep into wrapping up 2020 anime, the GLORIO crew takes a look at what’s coming in the Winter 2021 season.
As the season crawls toward the finish line, we take some time to chat about the anime-ish games we’ve been playing in addition to our usual anime talk.
With monsters rampaging in the streets, every faction scrambles both to stay alive and to find the truth.