Let me tell you why that’s important in the video below the break!
Code Geass does a lot right, but even this classic of the anime-sphere has one or two flaws. I enjoyed watching it, though, and it’s better than a lot of anime out there. I recommend checking it out if you haven’t seen it yet.
And after that, take a look below the break to check out my review!
Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis and Virgin Soul handle the scale of their adventures very differently, with the first a world-spanning journey and the second a close-knit exploration of mostly a single city and surrounding areas. I thought it would be interesting to talk about that difference.
Take a look at that video below the break!
Konnichiwa, minna-san! It’s time for your favorite moment of the week: that glorious day when I reveal to you exactly what you should and should not be watching this currently airing anime season. This week’s contestants are two short-form shows, Aho Girl and Tsurezure Children, as a celebration of my video finally returning from the depths of content ID Hell!
That’s right, if you’ve seen my video previously, and why wouldn’t you, because it’s funny as all get out, this won’t be new to you. But if you haven’t, sit down, strap in, and take a look below the break to check out the text and video versions of Why You Should Be Watching: Aho Girl & Tsurezure Children!
Welcome to another edition of Why You Should Be Watching, this week with a holdover from last season, Shingeki no Bahamut: Virgin Soul. A sequel to Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis from 2014, this show follows the adventures of Nina, a dragonfolk woman, as she makes a life in a city under the command of a king bent on subjugating demons and gods beneath humanity’s iron heel.
If that sounds interesting to you, check out my thoughts on the show below the break!
Bonjour, and welcome to another stirring edition of anime I think You Should Maybe Be Watching, an example of my endless ambivalence to the more lackluster shows of the season that still have gems of goodness hidden within. Tonight my guest is Gamers!, a series about a group of people who, surprise surprise, are gamers, each with their own reasons to play the medium we all know and love, though there is a romantic comedy element to the show, as well.
If that sounds like a fantastic time to you, or you’re one of the two people (hi mom!) who just love reading everything I write, take a look below the break!
I really like RWBY, but the more I watch it, the more I realize I love the possibility it brings with it rather than the actual show itself. But more show means more fan art, ideas, and everything else in the tangents all around it, so I hope RWBY goes on for a very long time.
Check the video out below the break!
There comes a time in every Why You Should Be Watching when I come to the conclusion on whether or not the article I’m going to be writing will be nearly long enough to be worth posting. In other words, today’s editorial was supposed to be Tsurezure Children, but since it is a short-form show, there really isn’t that much to say about it.
However, I will be doing a video on it later this week, along with Aho Girl, so I did want to mention You Should Be Watching those two shows and you’ll find out more about that on my channel this Wednesday when the video releases.
So without further ado, today’s Why You Should be Watching is going to be Isekai Shokudou (Restaurant to Another World), a show about a restaurant in our world appearing in a fantasy world every seven days!
Check out my thoughts below the break!