To wrap up our coverage of the GLORIO decade, Zigg takes a look at ten unforgettable moments from ten different shows across ten years.
The decade makes us look back and see how we’ve changed these last ten years. When we started the GLORIO Blog over seven years ago, I was billed as the “romance guy”. I still keep that in remembrance in the many awards of my Year End Post. Yet, I can’t help but notice how my tastes have changed over the decade. While I still enjoy a good romance show, my real passion is for good comedies, the kind of shows you can only get from the unique strengths of animation and Japanese sensibilities.
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.
It’s time to ARGUE ABOUT CARTOONS as we unveil the Glorio Blog’s Top 10 shows of 2014.
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 our next installment, Zigg muses over the good and the bad and what this year might mean for the future
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. For today’s installment, Marlin brings back his Love Shack Emporium from last year including the much coveted Ero Kawaii Award.
26 episodes of alien-hunting, space-racing, singing-and-dancing, waterspout-surfing, booty-appreciating, death-defying, universe-hopping action later, the Glorio crew reflect on the spectacular adventures of Space Dandy and his brave space crew. In space.
Dandy is finally captured by the Gogol Empire, triggering the universe’s most insane rescue attempt and a chance to come face-to-face with God.
Summer is generally the least interesting period of the year in the world of music, yet I must say I was pleasantly surprised at the sheer amount of enjoyable anime songs this season. I suppose the guy running many a voice actress’s lackluster soprano through Protools deserves a break as well. In any case, it’s time to select the best of the best as the season comes to its end.
Dandy is put on trial for murder most foul.
Dandy reunites with his 4D ex-girlfriend in an attempt to stop a 2D universe invading the 3D one
Scarlet tries to deter her crazed ex by hiring Dandy to be her fake new boyfriend.
Dandy and crew travel to the deserted planet Grease where they agree to help organise a dancing competition to revive the local economy.
Dandy wakes up on the shores of Limbo, and begins a journey through the land of the dead.
Dandy teams up with a kindred spirit named Johnny, and together with Meow and QT the duo form a band.
Dandy and crew hunt the elusive Cloudian, Scarlet is persuaded to go to a mixer, and Dr Gel kidnaps Honey.
In yet another hare-brained get-rich-quick scheme, Dandy embarks on a fishing expedition to catch the legendary Munagi
Dandy goes back to the 80’s and back to school, sticks it to the jocks and gets the girl in an all-singing, all-dancing musical extravaganza
Space Dandy gets weird again. The first time it sort of doesn’t work. The second time it really does.