We made it.
The Skywall has come down and with it our journey to the world of Build has come to an end. The crew look back on a year’s worth of dubious science, creepy idol crushes, and of course, love & peace.
24 episodes later, Trigger and A1’s joint robot saga has finally reached its conclusion. We talk about what we got out of this hotly anticipated collaboration (hint: mostly pain)
It’s been a long ride, and though the story of March Comes In Like A Lion is clearly not finished, it’s safe to say I am incredibly satisfied with where we leave off.
What can you find in a place further than the universe? Well it turns out you can find big laughs, big tears, beautiful moments and whole lot of love from the Glorio Crew.
After a year in space it’s time to come back down to Earth and talk about what we thought of the 41st Super Sentai
Moriko and Sakurai bond over building a new computer and a lazy day of gaming at her apartment. Moriko falls asleep at her keyboard and dreams about being a hero in Fruits de Mer.
The GLORIO crew tried to finish Made in Abyss but instead it finished them
Tabito Higurashi runs a small but successful detective agency that specialises in finding lost items. Even though he has lost every sense besides sight, he is helped greatly by his ability to see emotions.
Working late? Need some company? Come to the Midnight Diner for a couple of drinks and a chat.
In 2013, Trigger dared to save anime and bring joy into our cold dead hearts with the original Little Witch Academia OVA. In 2015, they threatened us with smiles and magic yet again with Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade. In 2017, could they make lightning strike thrice? We share our closing thoughts on Trigger’s latest original anime TV series.
It’s been a long journey though decades of history, but the curtain has fallen on this storyteller’s story. More than just introducing a new generation to a lost art, Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu is also a deeply personal tale full of tragedy but also love. Join us as we share our final thoughts on this beautiful masterpiece.
A shinigami drops a killer notebook down to Earth and a teenager decides to become judge, jury and executioner. You know the one.
Like a pack of wolves we’ve hunted down the 40th Super Sentai season to its ultimate conclusion. Zigg spills the beans on a journey of fun, friendship, and shockingly bad rubber masks.
Did we enjoy our time in the crazy, noisy, bizarre town? Did we CHASE YOU? Did we let the voice of love take us higher? Read ahead to find out!
Mimi’s dark half is threatening all of existence in order to protect Cocona. Papika, Yayaka, and the rest of the Flip Flap crew will have to pull out all the stops to defeat her.
After twelve weeks of guilt, grief and gratuitous gluteus maximus, Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash has come to an end, so it’s time to consider all of its vices and virtues one more time and see if this show deserves to stand as the one “trapped in a video game” anime to trump them all, or if it will go down in history as little more than a curiosity.
We’re shocked to see a passable, interesting penultimate episode. We’re not shocked to see a dull, boring finale. We bet that this will get a sequel.
For an entire year now the whole world has had Drive. Zigg looks back at what’s been a hell of a journey.
Yamada does whatever it takes to unite the seven witches and makes his wish.