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
Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Aquagaze) will run down the last week’s new pre-orders, turning a loving or scathing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard earned cash on. This week it’s a huge bonus edition full of preposterously priced stuff. Enjoy!
Welcome to the Lost and Found, our brand new convoluted question and answer segment where we tackle the most pressing issues from our past month’s search terms.
Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Aquagaze) will run down the last week’s new preorders, turning a loving or scathing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard earned cash on. This week, there’s no April Fools, just a bunch of great figures.
We’ve arrived at Winter WonFes 2013 and while many companies seemed to be playing it safe this go round there are still plenty of hot items to discuss. So join us as Jel, Zigg, Lifesong, Timmy, and Marlin choose the best of Winter Wonder Festival 2013.
We’re wrapping up our year end coverage with the list you’ve all been waiting for: The GLORIO Blog’s Top 12 Anime of 2012!
Welcome back to the First Annual GLORIO Awards, our collection of highlights from the anime of 2012. For our second part, we’re taking the stage and honoring the best characters and performances of the past year. So join us once again as we announce our winners, and as always feel free to jump in the debate with your own selections.
With the Summer season coming to a close we’re dedicating this week’s OP/EDs to our favorite OP and ED of the past season. Not a lot of noteworthy opening and endings to choose from this Summer, but these two definitely stand out above the rest.
Houtarou does a favor for Chitanda by helping with the Doll Festival procession.
Mayaka’s chocolate is stolen during the most dramatic Valentine’s Day ever.
Recap: While visiting the shrine on New Year’s, Houtarou and Chitanda get trapped in a shed.
Houtarou and Chitanda spend an afternoon in the clubroom coming up with hypothetical theories.
Houtarou decides to investigate a few things relating to his middle school English teacher.
The Classics Club scrambles to solve the mystery and sell all of Hyouka’s remaining copies.
Incoherent Babble is back, as Aqua, Zigg, Iro and Jel return to your ears for more baseless rambling. This time they’re taking on the K-ON! movie, which was simulwatched and enjoyed to varying degrees. Highlights this episode include Aqua heartlessly mocking Zigg’s pronunciation, Iro’s general hatred of K-ON! and all things associated with it and the group’s impressive derailment into a discussion of Madoka Magica. Informative!
On the third and final day of the Kanya Festival, the Classics Club gets to work on solving the mystery of the Juumoji incident in earnest.
Recap: With their business taken care of, the Classics Club begins investigating the missing club items.
Three years removed from the infamous “Endless Eight”, is Kyoto Animation trying to be the new Ghibli?
Day 2 of the Kanya Festival! Can Mayaka finish her Manga Society duties in time to help in the Cooking Contest?