To wrap up our coverage of the GLORIO decade, Zigg takes a look at ten unforgettable moments from ten different shows across ten years.
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
Lesser websites might wait until the end of the 2010’s to do their Best of the Decade retrospectives, but we don’t have that kind of patience. Instead, we thought it might be fun to do a midterm grade of sorts and choose our best shows from the past 5 years.
Welcome to another edition of What We Got and What We Thought. This month Alter and Kotobukiya show off for Zigg and myself, Jel continues to catch all his toohoos, and Iro picked himself up a few things at AX while running errands for Gee.
After an even longer break than before, the gang reunite for a new episode. With Zigg hosting and Aqua, Jel and Iro on the panel, they talk survival strategies, pretty men in spandex, bad sequels to bad games and the One Piece Rap before going for an in-depth discussion of this blog’s undoubted favourite topic, the Persona games. Beware spoilers!
Does Penguindrum fulfill its destiny as a series that will stand the test of time, or will it suffer the fate of other ambitious shows that miss the mark? Let’s share the fruit of… review?
Every so often someone creates a masterpiece that can only exist in animated form – or more specifically, can only exist as anime. Putting infamous director Kunihiko Ikuhara back in the director’s chair and pairing him with critically acclaimed studio Brain’s Base was certainly enough to grab everyone’s attention, even before we knew a single detail about the series itself. The result of their union is something beautiful, strange, and not for everyone, but they very well may have achieved that goal.