It’s strange times in the anime world as we try to do first looks, final thoughts, and Fall 2021 season previews in one single episode.
To wrap up our coverage of the GLORIO decade, Zigg takes a look at ten unforgettable moments from ten different shows across ten years.
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.
So apparently we forgot to do a Wrap-up for the Fall season of 2018? You folks still care about this, right?
Jel, Gee, and Marlin take a look at the upcoming shows for the winter season, including a new show that may be a successor to the classic space opera series we can’t shut up about, Legend of the Galactic Heroes.
Gee you can’t just make up awards as an excuse to praise whatever you feel like.
It’s certainly been a long year everyone, but thankfully the top-notch anime we’ve gotten to see this year has made the tumultuous time a bit more tolerable.
Jel, Gee, Zigg, and Aqua ask the important questions like is Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai the worst title of all time, is Zombieland Saga just another idol show, and can we declare flaming skull dudes with sunglasses the “chocobo” of Trigger anime?
It’s 2001 and in Italy, the most JoJo of all countries, strange JoJo shenanigans are afoot. This time our featured hero is Giorno Giovanna, local small-time crook and the illegitimate son of DIO.
Following hot on the trail of our season preview podcast, Aqua, Iro, Zigg and Marlin have an in-depth look at the upcoming anime season. In this second and final part, we give our two cents on, amongst others, the new season of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Trigger’s foray into adapting tokusatsu, a show that desperately wants to be Princess Principal, and Kyoto Animation’s rare return to TV anime.
Jel, Iro, Gee, and Zigg attempt to preview the notable shows of the Fall 2018 season and in the process discover Luigi has been been protecting us this entire time. RIP.
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!
And so another GLORIO year comes to a close with only one thing left to do: reveal our picks for the ten best anime series of the year, or in our case eleven since it seems the only flaw in our system is getting ties at #10. If this is your first time joining us,…
Only half joking with that title, this year has been marked with a lot of changes, not the least of which being my entry into studies for the priesthood. Still you’re not here to listen to me talk about contemplating celibacy, you’re here for the people who pretty clearly are on the opposite end of the spectrum. 2016 was a light year for pure romance shows, but I’m here for you to dish out the best of the best.
2016 is already over? Crazy! What a shitshow huh? 2016 was a solid year for anime (if not for literally anything else) and my awards are my chance to give a shoutout to their various accomplishments and qualities. Some of these awards are old standards, others are just my gut reactions to things I liked in 2016. Whatever, let’s go!
With the season far from more than halfway over, it’s time to once again take a look (and listen) at our favourite songs from shows that have been airing for the past few months. The lineup of bloggers recommending their pick may have shrunk a bit, compared to the past couple of times we did this, but on the other hand, This will be the first OP/ED Op-Eds in ages that won’t ask you to listen to the same song twice. Hey, I guess this season was just that good? Not much of a consolation, but eh, we’ll take what we can get. Anyway, this time around, I namedrop a bunch of artists you should ask your dad about, Artemis gets another reason to fawn over Yuri!! on Ice and Jel is most likely on drugs. Again.
With Kira having vanished into anonymity, the gang raid his old address hoping to find any clue that can point them towards his current whereabouts.
Yoshikage Kira just wants a quiet life, but these weird kids keep getting in his way…
Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Iro) will run down the last week’s new pre-orders, turning a loving or scathing all-seeing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard-earned cash on. This week we’ve got knights, goggleheads, artists, post apocalyptic survivors and a dog designed by a man who can’t draw dogs.