May 2019

There’s something about Senryu Girl that makes me smile throughout each episode’s runtime. I can’t explain why this grin of mine is plastered on my face, as it’s a romantic comedy with one somewhat strange premise. And yet, every time

If there’s one thing Kino’s Journey: The Beautiful World does a great job with, it’s showing why some ideas that look good on paper don’t exactly work well in execution. The tale of a lone traveler and their talking motorcycle

After settling into his new home, King Baby Duck plays some catching-up with the anime series Re:Zero - Starting Life in Another World. The arthouse movie Fonotune: An Electric Fairytale is finally viewed by its Kickstarter backer, and the new

A plethora of big names, cult hits, and icons of anime and manga are raring to unleash their awesomeness thanks to VIZ Media! The likes of Sailor Moon, Goku, Pikachu, and even a new take on Ashita no Joe aim

Even after reading four volumes of Hitomi Takano’s My Boy, I still can’t quite figure out how I feel about its overall story. On one hand, the tale of Satoko’s guardian-like relationship towards the young kid Mashuu has its sweeter

The other shoe has dropped. Made in Abyss: Journey’s Dawn showcased the somewhat happy-go-lucky journey of Riko (Miyu Tomita) and the humanoid Reg (Marina Ise) as they roamed the deep abyss where Riko’s mother possibly waited. There were harrowing moments, yes,

Former Fishmonkeyman frontman Paul Den Heyer wears his love for all things psychedelic on his sleeves, as he strums his guitar and crafts some nifty acid-like trips with his melodies. Making his solo debut just a few days ago with the

Space operas can have a hard time pulling off something imaginative these days. It would seem that just about everything from the dramatic to the comedic aspects of this genre has been visited and revisited in some form. From the likes

The Boston Bastard Brigade and KeenGamer sat down with voice actress (and true dragon queen) Leah Clark! Hear about her reprising her character of Suzuka in the sequel series Fuuka, working on Fairy Tail, and taking on the role of the titular character

Leave it to Hikaru Nakamura to up the crazy every single time. Even with its many heartfelt moments, her series Arakawa Under the Bridge always manages to bring the kookiness to unfathomable levels. In fact, one may say it had