We’ve watched quite a few anime this winter. Now we feel confident enough to share the top five anime this season.Continue reading “Best OP’s this winter 2020-2021 season”
By the fourth episode, I clenched my chest and cried out for my heart.
Dr. Stone: Stone Wars has begun, and while the first episode was a slow burn, it set up the promise of an epic battle of the minds between the Senku and Shishio.Continue reading “Dr. Stone: Stone War Beginning | (2 x 01) – recap”
I found this gem of an anime on Funimation last week. It’s about a girl named Maple, and she wants to max out her defense so that she never takes damage in a virtual reality multiplayer game.Continue reading “Why should you watch BOFURI…? |(season 1 review)”
I finally had a chance to sit down and watch Crunchyroll’s latest release, Jujutsu Kaisen.Continue reading “Why should you watch Jujutsu Kaisen? | First Impressions”
I’m surprised to bring you this news, but I think Great Pretender: season 2 is better than the first season.Continue reading “Great Pretender: Wizard of Far East (season 2 review) | Is it better than season 1?”
Just like the last ‘What Anime Should You Watch?’ post, I will be making the descriptions for these anime’s as brief and simplified as possible. The summaries will be easy to understand and possibly pique your interest if you haven’t watched them already!Continue reading “List | What Anime should you watch? – Part 3”
I have to tell you this, and I’m not sure if anyone else has said this about Demon Slayer, but you will get tired of hearing Inosuke Hashibira and Zenitsu Agatsuma screaming at the top of their lungs.Continue reading “Why should you watch Demon Slayer? Plus, infinity train Plot and trailer!”
This season finale episode of My Hero Academia saw Endeavor’s official and organic rise to number 1 hero after a modified Nomu attacked him and Hawks while they were at lunch.Continue reading “My Hero Academia: His Start | 4 x25 – Recap (Season finale)”
I found a quirky anime that deals with topics about human anatomy and how its blood cells (white and red) work together with the rest of the bodily functions to keep the human body healthy.Continue reading “Cells at Work | After five episodes (Netflix)”
Watching anime is one of my favorite things to do. I watch a lot of it. I watch all types of categories. I watch the action, suspense, drama, romance, gambling, comedy, and adventure. I’m sure I’ve missed some categories, but that’s because there are so many options. Even if you are not a person who seeks out anime, there is still most likely something for you.Continue reading “List | What anime should you watch? – Part 2”
Haikyu!! is the most exciting sports anime that I’ve watched since 2016’s Prince of Stride. One reason is that it’s more than one season, but other reasons include its character development, choreography, and action.Continue reading “Why should you watch Haikyu!! ? | Series Review”
If I tried to list the best anime themes, we’d be here for a very long time. But, it dawned on me that there are a lot of amazing themes attached to some of the more epic anime that I’ve collected.
So let’s make a list.Continue reading “10 Best Anime OPs – Part I | List”
Here is the next installment of ‘Anime Worth Catching Up On’. There are so many, but I create this list based on preference and connection. So, if a certain anime isn’t listed, it’s possible that I may not have seen it yet or it hasn’t come to mind.
There’s no shortage of anime on this site, so feel free to click HERE to see the weekly recaps as well as full series reviews available here.
Nevertheless, this list does include a variety of anime with different appeals. Take a look!Continue reading “List | What Anime Should You Watch? – Part 1”
An anime all about a guy liking a girl but doing nothing about it because she comes off like a weirdo due to her infatuation with a “make-believe” fantasy world (also known as Chunibyo).Continue reading “Love, Chunibyo, & other delusions | Series Review”
When I found out Ni No Kuni the animator of the Studio Ghibli films, I was elated! I love the wholesome feel of the Studio Ghibli films, so even though I am not familar with Ni No Kuno as a Bandi Namco game, I hit play with optimism.Continue reading “Travel through realms to save love in ‘Ni No Kuni’ | Movie Review”