I should probably start by saying this, if you can't really stand gore, then you shouldn't watch this show. Now there's not gore every episode, mostly just in the fight scenes, but they don't shy away from the fact that vikings were brutal at times. So if your squeamish, this show might not be for … Continue reading First Impressions: Vinland Saga
During the summer season, I didn't realize that the two animes that I would write about would be slow burns. Not that I am complaining, both of the shows have extremely interesting and unique premises and the slow burn helps the animes explain their worlds. Today I will go over my first impressions on Dr.Stone … Continue reading First Impression: Dr.Stone
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
This video pretty much sums up my views on the whole "anime or no" discussion that has been going on in the community for years. In the past, anime was more defined do to the fact that there were only a few outlets to view these shows, like Toonami. These animated shows were all from … Continue reading What Is and “Isn’t” Anime?
A bit late but like I said, here are my reviews for each of the anime I said I would review for the Fall Season. Goblin Slayer: This series had more comedy than I thought it would based on the first episode. While it could be a bit slow paced at some times, the action … Continue reading Fall Anime Review
While I have talked about Cells at Work quite a bit in the past few weeks, now that the series is done, I decided to do a full review of the anime. Cells at Work is a creative and unique anime that deals with personification of human cells and their "daily routine" in the body. … Continue reading Cells at Work Review