We chat about hot “new” video game releases Tactics Ogre Reborn and Pokemon Scarlet/Violet, and share our thoughts about the excellent Cyberpunk: Edgerunners.
Chainsaw Man (the anime) is bad! Bocchi the Rock is good! Gundam Aerial is actually…. These shocking revelations and more in this episode of The GLORIO Chat.
Jel and Iro return to talk about more new Fall 2022 shows, including the mega hit Chainsaw Man.
Fall 2022 features some of the year’s highest profile anime. To stay on brand, we talked about less than 10 of them.
We discuss the latest Crunchyroll controversy, rave about Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, then do our best to give final thoughts on Summer 2022 despite most of the shows not ending yet.
It’s season preview time again, and we check out the onslaught of high profile sequels that make up the Fall 2022 season.
No children were harmed during the recording of this super-size episode of The GLORIO Chat, which is more than we can see for some of the shows we watched.
Deep in the heart of the Summer 2022 season, we add Kakegurui Twin and, surprisingly, Uncle from Another World to our usual watch list.
We talk about both anime endorsed by Hideo Kojima this season, then hit the backlog because there’s not much else to watch.
Somehow, we are still here after 10 years! After a look back at how things looked in our first season (all the way back to Summer 2012), we begrudgingly give our first impressions of the Summer 2022 season.
We bid temporary farewell to the best season of anime comedies in recent memory, including some wild Birdie Birdie speculation for Birdie Wing season 2.
As we rapidly approach the GLORIO blog’s 10th anniversary, we find ourselves still trying to get excited about new anime. Please read the Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer manga.
We catch up on Kamen Rider and Digimon, talk about all the shows putting the “romance” in romantic comedy, and declare Birdie Wing the greatest television show of all time.
We discuss wholesome monster girls and debate who had the best bars in all the anime rap battles this season.
We have a serious, nuanced, and mature discussion about the serious, nuanced, and mature anime of the Spring 2022 season.
We give our first impressions of the Spring 2022 season, which seems to be full of light hearted comedies and slice of life series. No complaints here!
We discuss the latest big changes at Crunchyroll, then vent our disappointment with the shows ending this season. Unfortunately yes, that includes Ranking of Kings.
Another anime season is upon us! We chat about the Spring 2022 season, featuring a lot of romantic comedies and the resurrection of ancient properties like Tiger & Bunny and Black Rock Shooter.
We give our first impressions of Elden Ring, wrap up The Orbital Children and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean (for now), and discuss potential controversy with Ranking of Kings.