Dororo Review

  This anime wasn't on my initial list when I was looking through LiveChart, however after I learned that the source material was over 50 years old and was made by the "Father of Manga" Osamu Tezuka, I decided to give it a watch. And I am glad that I did. For those who don't … Continue reading Dororo Review

The Promised Neverland Review: How to Use Suspense

*WARNING: I would highly recommend watching at least the first episode of this series before reading this review as I will be discussing major spoilers from that episode.     I've always been a fan of thrillers, simply because a lot of them know how to use suspense right, leading up to something frighting, shocking, … Continue reading The Promised Neverland Review: How to Use Suspense

Cells At Work: The First Cancer “Arc”

Cells at Work has become one of my favorite animes of this year. Not only is it extremely entertaining, but also rather biologically accurate in both its depictions of germs and bacteria, and how our cells react to them. So when I heard that the show was going to have episodes that dealt with cancer … Continue reading Cells At Work: The First Cancer “Arc”