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
So, a teenage mutant ninja turtle is basically a kappa, right?
To celebrate our 5th anniversary, we decided to relive our favorite part of forcing ourselves to watch every anime that ever comes out: the surprises. Just about every season a show or two pops up out of nowhere and turns out to be pretty good, and we wanted to give a shout out to a few you might of missed. To start, we’ll be taking a look at 2012 and 2013.
It’s time to ARGUE ABOUT CARTOONS as we unveil the Glorio Blog’s Top 10 shows of 2014.
Welcome to “A Very GLORIO 2014″, our look back at the best of the past year. We’ll be featuring a different post from each of our authors everyday leading up to our top 10 shows of the year. This year, Iro’s raging against the machine and looking at what he thought was extra shitty. Happy Holidays!
Welcome to “A Very GLORIO 2014”, our look back at the best of the past year. We’ll be featuring a different post from each of our authors everyday leading up to our top 10 shows of the year. For today’s installment, Marlin brings back his Love Shack Emporium from last year including the much coveted Ero Kawaii Award.
Welcome to “A Very GLORIO 2014”, our look back at the best of the past year. We’ll be featuring a different post from each of our authors everyday leading up to our top 10 shows of the year. To start things off Jel fights off his inner cynic and lists his favorite anime moments from 2014.
It’s that time of the year again when all of our contributors get to shine a spotlight on the show they thought to be the very best of the past Winter season, as well as reflect back on the preview to see which shows let us down the most.
With his current mental state leaving him no other options, Tada Banri takes a leave of absence from college and returns home. His past and present collide one more time to determine his future.
The breakup is official as Banri slips more and more away. 2D-kun tries to patch things up with the group, but Banri’s psychosis upsets plans once again. Seeing no hope, Banri submits to his fate.
After derailing the festival dance, Tada Banri is struggling to cope with his returning memories. As his new life begins to unravel, he plans on opening up to the rest of his friends about his past.
Mitsuo is floundering in his mission as his time filming the Festival Club is running out. Tada Banri gets some ring advice from the most unlikely source, but new developments at the latest festival dance may put in a wrinkle in his plans.
Tada Banri returns home to a warm welcome from his friends and Koko re-visits the status of their physical relationship. Mitsuo comes clean to everyone about Linda and asks for their help as he decides to film the Festival Club for his club project.
Koko struggles to control her obsessive urges as she waits for Tada Banri to return home, catching Nana’s attention in the process. At the reunion, Linda does her best to help Tada Banri face his classmates.
As Summer break winds down, Tada Banri, Koko, and Linda return to the Festival Club and some awkward assumptions. Tada Banri learns about a class reunion back home and plans to attend at Koko’s insistence. Mitsuo discovers Linda is also returning home, and in his effort to get closer to her he begins to unravel Tada Banri’s past.
In the aftermath of the accident, Koko shuts herself away as she is overcome with guilt. Tada Banri visits her house for the first time and tries to console her, but their conversation opens old wounds in their relationship.
Tada Banri and company try to make the best of their beach trip as their “mysterious” string of bad luck continues. This includes getting everyone in the same car with Mitsuo after their previous awkward encounter, but that may be the least of their worries as the day goes on.
Tada Banri and 2D-kun suspect Mitsuo has a girlfriend, as he continues to bail on them during Summer break. Koko joins them in staking out their #1 suspect, which somehow turns into everyone making beach plans.
Tada Banri and Koko try to move forward as the Festival Club participates in their big uhhh… festival. They look forward to spending time together over Summer break, but they find themselves encountering one new obstacle after another.
You are now entering the Nine Days of GLORIO, our non-stop year in review. Each day for the rest of 2013, a member of the Glorio crew will share some of their highlights from the past 12 months, all culminating in our Top 10 Anime of the Year. For Day 6, Lifesong has forsaken food,…