RECOMMENDATION 1: YAKUZA’S GUIDE TO BABYSITTING Despite an upsurge in new anime this season, only one truly caught my eye, and I was not disappointed. Yakuza’s Guide to Babysitting is an anime that follows a member of the yakuza learning to take care of a five year old at the behest of his boss, with … Continue reading Summer 2022: Anime Premiere Recommendations
Rating Pies I Like Because Holidays
Hey, you like pie? Me too. Let's talk pie.
Adaptations: Anime or Live Action?
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?
AARR: DON’T BE MEAN TO BOJJI!!!
In this week's AARR, Ace and Charlie have some choice words for Bojji's teacher.
First Impressions: Ranking of Kings
First Impressions: Ancient Girl’s Frame
How did I become the unofficial mecha anime reviewer? Where did I go wrong? 10/10, Nice Shot! This is another 'only teen-aged girls can operate our incredibly deadly equipment for some reason!' anime. It's fine. Other premieres in this genre impressed me more, but there's nothing terrible about this one. Feel free to check it … Continue reading First Impressions: Ancient Girl’s Frame
First Impressions: Rumble Garanndoll
Making a robot that runs on passion is a terrible design choice. Making anything run on passion is a terrible design choice. I'm surfin' on a flatbed~ (sung to the tune of Leaving, on a Jet Plane) That said, this show is actually kinda fun. Check it out. They got nerds, giant robots, and nerdy … Continue reading First Impressions: Rumble Garanndoll
First Impressions: BUILD-DIVIDE -#000000- CODE BLACK
Hey, kids, remember Yu-Gi-Oh? The bread is crying. It's a card game anime. It's good. Especially if you like card game anime.
Mediocre To The End: Return From Death: I Kicked the Bucket and Now I’m Back at Square One With a Boyfriend Who Doesn’t Remember Me
Return From Death is an unfortunate novel.
First Impressions: Visual Prison
It's a vampire Battle of the Visual Kei Bands. Watch it for this thing: I don't know what you are, but I love you, you ugly motherfucker. Also, the music's decent. Which, you know, I guess that's important for this sort of thing.