It occurred to me recently that we had not posted our list of reasons we will automatically drop an anime to the site yet, so here that is. (Ace’s reasons are posted to Tumblr, but they’re here for completionist reasons.) Noah Haley: I do not vibe with it. Fairly self-explanatory, if a little instinctual and … Continue reading The Official Ace Anime Reviews Auto-Drop List
Reading is fun, but sometimes you wanna let someone else decide what things look like and/or sound like, because choices are hard. That's where adaptations come in. Adaptations are rampant, and it can be hard to decide which to watch, if at all. Here's an entirely subjective opinion on which to watch, with very little … Continue reading Adaptations: Anime or Live Action?
Please note before we begin, that this is from the perspective of someone who’s never actually had to end a proper relationship before. Legally Blonde is a good movie. Warner Huntington III is a terrible person who didn’t deserve either of the women he miraculously managed to date. Don’t believe me? Just look at the … Continue reading How Not to Break Up, as Exemplified by Warner Huntington III
So you know how the Disney Princesses have superpowers? Yeah, that’s it, that’s the article. Check us out on Patreon for more! Oh, you’re still here. I guess you want me to explain. I mean, it’s not like it’s never been mentioned before, but, yeah, the Disney Princesses definitely have superpowers. And I’m not talking … Continue reading A Disney Cold (and slightly silly) Take
For those unaware, Given is a manga series written and illustrated by Natsuki Kizu. It follows four students in an amateur rock band and the romantic relationships they form - between the drummer, Akihiko Kaji, and the bassist, Haruki Nakayama, and the electric guitarist, Ritsuka Uenoyama, and the lead vocalist and newest member of the … Continue reading Given is Back and is Still Good, Actually
Just throw the whole mom out.
Let me preface this article by stating, unequivocally, that monarchies should not exist anymore, and eating the rich is our duty as Citizens of Earth. This is your fault somehow, I just know it. I do not want to be royalty in the sense of setting myself above everyone else and obtaining power no one … Continue reading I Want to Be Royalty: A Mostly Tongue-In-Cheek Explanation
So, for those who don’t know Star Wars, they had this war that started in Attack of the Clones and ended in Revenge of the Sith. They called it the Clone Wars, because the Republic used an army of clones (slaves, but we’re not gonna get into that) to fight, led by Jedi “Generals” (if … Continue reading The Bad Batch: Who’s This White Kid?
He's a good boy.
Edward Mason is a cop.