One-Punch Man Review

Hello, guys, it’s Jamie! Today my best friend in the whole wide world is guest posting for me here today. His name is James (He blogs a J and J Productions) and he got me into anime back in 2014. We’ve been online friends for years, even doing a few podcasts together, and we recently…

Re-Kan! || A Review

I consider this supernatural comedy the unappreciated show of the 2015 Spring season; it’s animation does look a little old and the slower pace probably made it seem forgettable compared to other spring shows like Blood Blockade Battlefront, Food Wars, Sound! Euphonium, and DanMachi. However, in a quieter season, Re-Kan! would have gotten more of the love…

Howl’s Moving Castle || A Weekend Flick

Very imaginative and fantastical, I loved and felt conflicted over Howl’s Moving Castle when I first watched it. While I own it, enjoy it, and replay it often, the ending was a little disappointing, and the story seems to lose focus during the finale. However, that’s not to say it’s a bad movie! Not in the least! I’m…

Yatterman Night || A Mini Review

So, Yatterman Night from the Winter 2015 season was a pretty good show, with an interesting sense of humor and intriguing commentary on what symbolism can mean to a nation. This was a treat to watch, even though it was a tad hard getting settled in for the ride. At least the lead character was an adorable…

Death Parade || A Review

As the best show of the 2015 Winter Season, Death Parade presented a unique version one part of the human lifespan and delved into the minds of its many characters to see how far they could be pushed and why. Set in a chilly, classy atmosphere of a surreal, English-like bar, with characters refreshingly designed…

Wolf Children || A Weekend Flick

Today premieres my very second anime blog post series, A Weekend Flick: On one weekend day, an anime movie gets the spotlight! I’ve wanted to do this post series since the blog’s beginning, so I’m excited to put the idea in action! In honor of Mother’s Day, the first entry in this series will be one of the…

Anime Intrigue Podcast || Parts 1 and 2

Instead of Tuesday Tunes, I’m sharing a podcast featuring me! James the Reviewer and I have been good friends for several years, and I can completely blame him for getting me hooked on anime. XD He runs the anime website Anime Intrigue which is one of my favorite anime sites. Recently he asked me to…

Saekano || A Review

So this anime was pretty self-aware in a smart funny way, which is why I was able to watch the entire thing. Ecchi isn’t really the anime genre I like to frequent because it’s generally full of holes and annoying fanservice that serves little purpose beyond pure fanservice. Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend was…