Author: wintermuted

Part-time wandering artifact, part-time student, Wintermuted's travels from the wastelands of California's Coachella Valley have crystallized his love of all-things soulful & strange. A child of the VHS era, and often working for the anime man, his voyages continue onward in the name of bridging generations of Japanese popular art together. Can also be found via twitter.com/winterkaijyu , as well as wanderingkaijyu.blogspot.com !
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Kill la Kill: A Final Stretch (Beyond Gainax)

Twists at breakneck speeds, revelations abound, and allegiances reversed. There seems to be no stopping the heartpounding freight train that is Kill La Kill’s final…

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Through Older Lenses: Ghibli Night At The Egyptian

Imagine the saucers I had for eyes upon the discovery that Hollywood’s fabled Egyptian Theatre was hosting a multi-week tribute to the films of Studio…

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Kill la Kill : A World Laid Bare (and ready for change)

Doctrines have been questioned, true faces revealed, and all bets are off.. You know the more this viewer wishes to resist the caffiene-injected, nonsensical, and…

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Bridging The Gap: Kill la Kill & The Fabric Of Exploitation

Wintermuted sees that there may be more to Kill La Kill than just spastic fanservice and action. Read his analysis here!

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Through Older Lenses: The Promise Of Twilight Q (1987)

  Oh, for what could have been.   Anthology series are often such a rare recipe for even mild success that it’s a surprise to…

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Kill La Kill: Giving The Demon Its Due (Initial Thoughts)

Having traveled far, with a small hill of defeated enemies behind her, sailor fuku sporting toughie, Ryuki Matoi may very well have found those responsible…

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