Shorts of Winter 2016

I’m gonna be honest guys: there were a few shorts that were better than most of the shows that aired this season. Please Tell Me! Gyaruko-chan. This show is NOT FOR INNOCENT PEOPLE WHO LIKE ONLY FAMILY FRIENDLY CONTENT IN THEIR ANIME. This was a humorous echii-like commentary of human anatomy and sexuality, following three girlfriends of different…

Jamie’s Summer 2015 Star Ratings: Part 2

Goodness, there’s no time for me to dilly dally, guys! If I wait too long on these the Fall Season is going to swallow me alive before I know it. So, let’s pick up on my final impressions of Summer 2015; if you missed it, you can first read Part 1 here to see my…

Jamie’s Summer 2015 Star Ratings: Part 1

I had so much fun this anime summer; I just want everyone to know that up front because I SERIOUSLY HAD SO MUCH FUN.  I watched 18 shows front to back (please don’t ask me how, a magician’s secrets are sacred) along with 5 shorts! What a great diverse selection of genres I got. Here we are, though,…

Jamie’s Spring 2015 Star Ratings

I’m by no means a critic. While I like to exercise critical thinking, I also love my entertainment to be just that: Entertainment–it’s good to have balance! With this in mind, I’m tackling the big job of rounding up of everything I watched from the Spring 2015 season and give them a rating.  This is the…

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…