On a fateful day in July 2012, we created our first post. Shoujo Hitler was bad, but much worse was our first impressions of the anime adaptation of Kingdom that went up shortly thereafter. It’s five years later and anime is still bad, but somehow someway we are still here, carrying out our solemn duty to warn…
A young girl is possessed by a ghost who wants to bone her older brother. Creepy stuff ensues.
Kirito recaps the show to a government agent as the ladies teach Suguha how to swim, after which everyone ventures into a new underwater dungeon in ALfheim Online.
Recap: Illya and Miyu beat up Berserker with heretofore unexplained friendship power-ups and live happily ever after.
Recap: Illya takes a bath with her mom. Also, Miyu fights to the death with Berserker.
Recap: Illya cries in her tent as a bunch of inconsequential shit happens at school.
Recap: Illya molests Miyu for a while and then freaks out after blowing up Assassin.
Having made up his mind and already turned down Ayase, Kyousuke must now confront the other girls – including the one he truly loves.
Recap: Illya goes Super Saiyan and beats up Saber by turning into Archer.
Recap: Illya and Miyu can’t handle Saber, so Rin and Luvia transform into Kaleido Ruby/Sapphire to finish the fight.
Recap: Illya and Miyu need to claim the Caster Class Card, but Miyu can’t fly.
Recap: Miyu is a transfer student.
Recap: Rin takes Ilya to claim the Rider class card.
Premise: An alternate universe to Fate/Stay Night where Illyasviel von Einzbern is a magical girl hunting down artifacts called Class Cards.
Kirino remembers her childhood and how she used to get along with her brother. She recalls how their relationship deteriorated and how she got into her otaku hobbies.
Don’t read this. Don’t read this. Don’t read this.
Kyousuke and Kuroneko spend their summer together fulfilling her “Destiny Record”, although her ultimate goal may be different than what anyone was expecting.
Kirino’s roommate and friendly rival from America arrives in Japan for a visit. The Kousakas show her around Akihabara before she proposes a race.
Kirino returns from America and settles back into her old habits. Kyousuke has a new challenge on his hands though as he tries to sort out his relationship with Kuroneko.
“Spacequakes” ravage the landscape of the world occasionally, and it turns out they’re caused by cute girls appearing from another world. The only way to solve this without killing them is to date them.