So, as some of you may already know, finals week at college is approaching real quick! So that means I’ll be pretty busy for the next few weeks with studying, writing papers, and finishing up projects for the semester! Therefore reviews will probably be on hold until mid-December!
Monthly Archives: November 2018
While Mahou Shoujo Site is something we need more of, the execution could’ve been better. The great dark magical girl theme and the soundtrack is smothered by the lack of character development and a number of obviously recycled scenes.Read more
One Room is an excellent anime, the way it constructs a story with just one character and a limited amount of background is incredible. Along with enjoyable characters and intriguing stories, One Room is anime storytelling at its finest.Read more
While the unorthodox setting did leave a lasting impression, the thrill of it all is short lived as the gags get redundant and mundane by the third episode. Strange art change during certain scenes makes the show look sloppy and rushed.Read more
The final season…or is it? Gintama holds nothing back and delivers another explosive season full of laughter and tears!Read more
Although the episodes are only 1 minute each, they’re impactful and memorable! The simplistic art and articulated animations bring the characters to life. A hilarious show filled with events thatRead more
“Set in the city of Nagasaki, the story takes place in a world where a minuscule amount of magic remains in everyday life. Hitomi Tsukishiro is a 17-year-old descendant of a witch family who grew up with stale emotions, as she lost her sense of color at a very young age. Feeling sorry for her granddaughter’s future, Kohaku, a great witch, sends Hitomi to the past, the year 2018. Through exchanges with her 17-year-old grandmother and her club members, the story follows Hitomi’s growth as a person.” -MAL NewsRead more