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.
How did this happen? Jel and Gee confess their gacha game sins while Iro helps dunk on Fate/Grand Order.
Bad news! Summer is over! Good news! That means we’ll be telling you about our favourite anime songs of the season again! Scant consolation, probably, but hey, since when is that our job? Regardless, we have another diverse lineup for you, with gratuitous sex jazz, spy prog, minimal hip-house and a dash of fairy pop. All of these are totally real genres. Look them up.
A veritable cross-counter of anime watching: newcomer Artemis watches the sleeper hit fantasy Rage of Bahamut: Genesis, and the ever-cynical Iro watches blog favorite Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun in return. A fair trade? Read on to see what we thought!
Everything goes bad. Favaro gets a sweet goatee. Kaisar is a big Star Wars fan. Bahamut is a dragon.
Welcome to “A Very GLORIO 2014”, our look back at the best of the past year. We’ll be featuring a different post from each of our authors everyday leading up to our top 10 shows of the year. For this round, Gee punches other award posts in the face with his burning passion for his favorite shows of the year.
Welcome to “A Very GLORIO 2014”, our look back at the best of the past year. We’ll be featuring a different post from each of our authors everyday leading up to our top 10 shows of the year. To start things off Jel fights off his inner cynic and lists his favorite anime moments from 2014.
Favaro and company have a heavy trip in the forest and find themselves chatting with a dragon, while Jean D’Arc is punished for being a witch. Amira may have finally made it to Helheim?
Azazel has gained confidence after starring in The Binding of Isaac and launches an attack to capture Amira. Favaro somehow becomes a knight, and the King of Anatae gets a bit miffed at not receiving a present.
Amira and company are spared the death sentence with a little intervention. We are then reminded of what happened in the first six episodes.
Amira and Favaro take a boat to Helheim with Kaisar and Rita hot on their heels. After some kidnapping and a giant enemy crab, we find the foursome in the company of some pretty terrifying demons.
Amira and Favaro take a detour to earn some gold, while we check in with Kaisar and learn about his troubled past. Also, zombies.
Favaro attempts to find a way of removing his demon tail, while we learn a little bit more about Amira and her reason for travelling to Helheim.
The ginger-haired Dandy-like Favaro is a bounty hunter in a world where it isn’t that weird to summon giant demons and murder other people. Demons are also a big deal, and apparently there’s this big dragon that wrecked some stuff in a time gone by. It’s kind of hard to tell, there was no dialogue in the opening.