Emotional but Ineffective: A Brief Review of They Called Us Enemy They Called Us Enemy is a graphic novel memoir by George Takei, co-written by Justin Eisinger and Steven Scott, and illustrated by Harmony Becker.
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?
Sk8 the Infinity is a great sports anime.
I have a sneaking suspicion this is based on a light novel.
Time for crab.
Stop me if you've heard this one before.
God, grant me the production values of a mediocre mobige adaptation.
Ah, April. When the weather can't decide if it wants to be hot or cold, seasonal allergies are in full swing, and the bugs begin to awaken from their winter naps and return to their usual business of annoying the living crap out of everything that doesn't eat them. But before that, it's time to look back on the last three months of anime and shame you for not being a fucking nerd who watches literally everything.
The cycle of inspiration is now complete.
This is entirely subjective, and as such should be taken with a mountain of salt. I’m totally right though.