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.
If you’re a regular reader or you’ve been following our 9 Days of Glorio coverage, it’s pretty clear our writers have a wide range of opinions and perspectives – so wide, in fact, that despite using a mathematically sound voting system for our top 10 anime we somehow ended up with 11 entries! Nevertheless, our…
Zigg takes a look back at a year packed with highs and lows
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,…
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 5, Our go-to man for romance Marlin gives us his favorite moments as well as some other things that he felt worth mentioning.
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. First up is Jel with a random…
In this edition, we totally post everything here for the sake of helping our readers without shamelessly plugging previous posts or indulging my increasingly unhealthy obsession with Ranmaru from Binbougami Ga!.
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, Glorio bloggers always say ‘get this shit away from me’!
It’s August again, and another Summer Wonder Festival has come and gone bringing a flood of new announcements and a sea of broke wallets in it’s wake. Join us as we sort through the chaos and bring you the cream of the convention crop with our top figure picks from this seasons Wonfest.
Yuriko disbands the ESP club with a new goal in mind. Later on, Haruka finds an unexpected visitor waiting at her apartment. EVEN LATER ON, she wonders why Manabe has never directly told her how he feels about her.
After the ESP Club’s encounter with the attacker, Haruka begins to blame herself again for everything that’s happened. While Moritani tries to contact Manabe to cheer her up, she spends some time talking with Detective Tsukino.
Moritani is accused of being the mysterious attacker after being found near the latest victim. Haruka and the ESP club want to help but the group is divided on what to do.
After recovering from her shocking vision, Haruka and the ESP club learn someone is attacking High School girls around the area. Despite her apprehension, the group considers taking further action.
Haruka comes down with a cold and as Manabe takes care of her he discovers a surprising side effect. After she recovers, Manabe must pay for his perversions by taking her out on what is most definitely not a date.
Summer vacation continues and the ESP club eventually leaves Grandpa’s house to return home. Haruka is determined to spend more time with Manabe, but for the first time since they met he seems to be hiding something.
Haruka brings the ESP club back home for summer vacation. Not surprisingly, Grandpa goes a bit too far in preparing for their arrival.
Haruka has returned to school and Moritani decides to join the ESP club, prompting Yuriko to throw an all-night party for both events. Several days later the school participates in a sports festival and Haruka is conscripted into running a relay race.
With Haruka gone, Manabe is at a loss and reverts back to his former life. Yuriko will not stand for it however, and with Muroto’s help they go on a trip to find her.
Haruka and Manabe’s relationship begins to heat up as Yuriko tries to help the couple get closer. Unable to control her jealously as she looks on, Moritani decides to take action.
Word spreads about Haruka’s power and she finds herself recruited by the president of the ESP Research Club. She joins the club along with Manabe, but the club president may have an agenda of her own.