It's that time of year again! I started this little yearly breakdown last year and had a great time doing it. So for 2017 I'm bringing it back to talk about what an amazing year it's been! Hit the jump to find out which anime in the first half of the year caught my eye!
Tag: anime review
Well, it was one of the hottest anime comedies of last year, and seeks to take that trophy again this year with its second season. For the occasion, I've decided to sit down and really think about what makes KonoSuba gut-bustingly hilarious.
Yep, yet ANOTHER article on Yuri on ICE. But I swear I have a good reason this time, since Crunchyroll's first ever Anime Awards ended up being butchered by popular vote, especially when it came to categories that Yuri on ICE was nominated in. With its runaway success, I would like to take a moment to explain why I did not like the anime as much as others. In fact, I found it rather lacking in multiple departments. Hit the jump to find out just why I'm a soulless and homophobic monster.
With Winter and Spring bringing in the 2016 year, it's quite the healthy start for anime! Read Part 1 of this article for a full breakdown on those seasons. But with this article, I'll be going over what I watched in Summer and Fall. While Summer was jam-packed with a ton of anime I watched, Fall was....well, hit the jump and find out.
The year is over and done, and with it came a lot of great and not-so-great anime. Although I was not able to watch everything, I would like to talk about the different ones I managed to see. However, this list is too big, so Part 1 will be for Winter and Spring, and Part 2 will be for Summer and Fall! Hit the jump to find out my thoughts on everything I watched for Winter and Spring of 2016!
Although it took an extremely questionable amount of time to get here, the Final Battle between Naruto and Sasuke is fought. Between the blood-spilling fist fights and the surprising philosophical undertones, The Final Battle is definitely a fight that does not disappoint. Read more after the jump.
Grimgar is not very good. It lacks a very coherent narrative, its watercolor backgrounds can be distracting, and its only plot twist is one that is milked for all it's worth. But if that's the case, why do I love it? Read more after the jump.