Everyone knows Bananya is anime of the year, so we focus on ten other good anime from 2019.
Music is as integral to a piece of media as visuals or plot, which is why for as long as The GLORIO Blog has existed, we have done some variety of a feature about our favourite anime songs. With the decade having come to a close, we’re presenting the most memorable tracks of them all right here, with all the pithy commentary from yours truly you’ve come to expect.
While the GLORIO blog has technically only existed since 2012, we are still declaring the 2010’s “The GLORIO Decade”. And so as we move into the 2020’s, we’re taking a look back at just how GLORIO the decade was. First up: Jel’s favorite anime of the 2010’s
With another GLORIO year in the books, it’s time once again to look back at our picks for the best anime of the year.
Ciao tutti, while my living situation has been certainly interesting over the past year, 2019 will go down in history as a pretty bad year for anime. I barely watched any comedies or romances, and even the ones I did were not all bangers. Thankfully, we still got a few diamonds in the rough.
Gee is determined to use this opportunity to talk about Granbelm as much as possible.
Our Very GLORIO 2019 year in review begins as always with Jel’s best anime moments.
We touch on the Pokemon Sword & Shield launch, catch up on Chihayafuru and Vinland Saga, and then do our weekly gushing over Beastars.
We talk Death Stranding, say goodbye to Pokemon Sun & Moon, Jel vents about Granblue Fantasy season 2, and of course we cover our regularly scheduled anime talk.
We catch up on anime and Jel finally gets an excuse to rant about Robotech.
Jel, Iro, Gee, and Marlin cover the good, the bad, and the disappointing shows from the Fall season.
Anthropomorphic herbivores and carnivores live together in a civilized world. After an herbivore student is found murdered and eaten at Cherryton Academy, old racial tensions flare up among the student body. In the middle of all this is a grey wolf named Legosi. Taciturn, awkward, but ultimately compassionate, he struggles with his own place in the world. While navigating the often complicated relationships between both herbivores and his own fellow carnivores, he meets two herbivores who will change his life forever. A dwarf rabbit named Haru and a red deer named Louis.
Aqua fights off a dreaded anime cold long enough to make fun of my terrible taste in anime, then we preview the upcoming Fall 2019 anime season.