You know, Fairy gone has a lot of potential to be good, and I by no means hate the show. But, for some reason, I feel that it's lacking that special "something" that a series needs to stand out from the rest. Like this episode, for example, it was a better first episode than the … Continue reading Fairy gone Ep. 2 REVIEW: Better, but still missing something.
Watching this episode, it made me realize something: Not all Shonen protagonists are created equal. With characters like Naruto, Emma, Izuku, and Gon, they aren't really great at handling power, and they have to work for it. With characters like Ichigo, Luffy, Asta, and Jotaro, while they knew how to effectively use their powers in … Continue reading Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Ep. 2 REVIEW: Guts
Hello, everybody! This is a new segment in which I look at movies, anime, video games, whatever, And over-analyze and nitpick the shit out of them, because I'm a douchebag. In this review, I am taking on the one, the only, Yu-Gi-Oh Arc-V. Humble Beginnings... Back when Yu-Gi-Oh ZeXal was airing, many Yu-Gi-Oh "purists" had … Continue reading Yu-Gi-Oh Arc-V: How an Acclaimed Show became an Atrocity
It seems like just yesterday I started this anime, and it gripped me on the very first episode, with the twist of Conny being killed by the monsters, or demons, whatever floats your boat. Then we had Sister Krone for all of 6 episodes, before she was killed off, a whole bunch of nothing for … Continue reading The Promised Neverland Ep. 12 FINALE REVIEW: Go on.
Hey! I bet you're wondering where the JoJo review from last week is, and why I haven't really been writing anything for most of this month! Well, stick around, and find out at the end of this review! Episode 11... This was a myriad of emotions. 11 episodes in the making, the plan that was … Continue reading The Promised Neverland Ep. 11 REVIEW: Burn it Down
In which *SPOILER* dies(?).
https://twitter.com/SouL_Animation/status/1088756865217945600 On that day, this man was dubbed, "Stupid ass Nigga". Based on a manga from the "Father of Anime", Osamu Tezuka, of Astro Boy fame, the show Dororo is set during the Sengoku Period of Japan, and revolves around a ronin (samurai without a lord or master) known as Hyakkimaru, who was born under … Continue reading Thoughts on: Dororo (2019)