In the world of Remnant, humans and human-animal hybrids called Faunus go about their days as best they can with the constant threat of monsters called Grimm hanging over their heads. At Beacon Academy, where teens are trained to become licensed Hunters and Huntresses to destroy these Grimm, the new school year’s most recent arrivals include Ruby Rose, Weiss Schnee, Blake Belladonna, and Yang Xiao Long. Together, they form Team RWBY, and despite their differences, they must study and battle as a unit if they wish to graduate and achieve their dreams.
The Idaten are gods tasked with defending the world from monsters. But with the last monster sealed away 800 years ago, will they be prepared if a new threat arises?
Asuka Tsuchimiya is the head of the ‘Crystal Radio Research Society’, a bunch of friends who indulge in weird and wonderful superstitions revolving around radio frequencies. Things get weird when a specific crystal and frequency transport them to another world, where they bump into a very different alternate version of Asuka.
In the future, the law of conservation of energy has been broken, and that means that somehow there are dragons now? In any case, the dragons are being hunted down by magical physicists (???) known as Jushikiists.
Zigg once again pulls out his camera, dusts off his social skills, and makes a trip to one of the UK’s best conventions.
Zigg once again takes a day off to do his day job anyway and goes off to MCM London to take pictures of some rather amazing cosplays.
Zigg once again ventures into the crazy world of conventions in search of amazing costumes to photograph.
Yes, we have anime conventions in the UK too! Zigg gets to spend his time off doing his day job at one.
Starting today, we will no longer be posting our usual reviews and previews at theglorioblog.com. Instead we will be moving all anime discussion exclusively to Nintendo’s hot new mobile app, Miitomo.
We’d like to welcome colons to the Glorio Blog, whom according to Chris and Zigg is neither a set of punctuation marks or part of anyone’s digestive tract.
Lifesong begins his mid season cuts, Argvollen and Rail Wars surprise Gee and Timmy respectively, and I try to convince myself that this week’s Sabagebu! is scathing social commentary.
Futaba is confronted with the fear that by falling in love with Kou, she may lose the only friend she has left. Further worrying keeps her stalling on making a decision, but after talking to an old friend, she finally comes to a decision.
We’d like to welcome the delightful and talented Chris Walden aka EuricaeriS to the Glorio Blog!
Recap: Koko is as crazy a girlfriend anyone would expect. After the world’s greatest trolling, she becomes worried at the strained relationship between Banri and Linda. With the help of everyone’s favorite punk rocker, the two finally talk things through.
The army has come to murder a five year old. The military attack takes its toll as Haruna stands up against a strong assault.
As Mitsuo starts to find feelings for another, Koko tries to appeal to him one last time.
Thats right! To celebrate the release of Xseed’s Rune Factory 4, and because we know you all are incredibly sad that you can’t court Raven despite her being in the game, us generous people here at TGB have decided to throw a shiny new copy of Rune Factory 3 for the DS your way!
With the new anime season bearing down on us, Zigg, Marlin, Aqua, Iro and Life clubbed together to talk a hell of a lot about videogames (and pour one out for Hiroshi Yamauchi) before breaking down each show we plan to cover here on the blog while Zigg says “we’ll wait and see” far too…
It’s our birthday!
Yes, it’s time for those titans of the internet airwaves to return, as Zigg, Jel, Aqua, Iro and Life crash back onto the scene to give their impressions of the new season and break down each individual show. There’s also a smattering of what we’ve been watching and playing, and plenty of gossip on the…