Tag: anime review
First Look Fair: Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet 1-3
Gargantia has “potential classic” written all over it, and I’ll fight anyone who says otherwise like a mecha pilot from space against a bunch of low-tech pirates.
Secret Santa Review: A Certain Scientific Railgun (70%)
Gendomike got Railgun as a Secret Santa choice. He’d never usually choose to watch this series all the way through, but he did anyway. Find out what he thought.
Memory and Oblivion in Sora no Woto
Guest contributor Foxy Lady Ayame of The Beautiful World discusses, in depth, the shaping and memorializing of war in Sora no Woto. A deep and erudite look at an anime with much deeper ambitions than its moe exterior suggested.
Guilty Crown 1-12: Their Voids, Their Hearts
What makes the first half of Guilty Crown so compelling, despite its flaws? Find out here. Matt, our reviewer previously for Code Geass R2, reports.
Winter 2012 Roundup, Part 1: The Most Promising Shows
The first of Mike’s thoughts on nearly every new show this Winter 2012 season.
Durarara!! A DVD Review!
In a city where everything and everyone appears to be linked by an odd series of seemingly “unconnected” circumstances, Mikado Ryugamine is the new kid…