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Mar 20, 2018
This is literally just some dumb bullshit you do a “try not to cringe” video on. You'd watch this dreck being reacted to by teenagers on a Fine Bros. video. It's ugly, with pathetic gross-out humor even kids wouldn't laugh at, and the rap music is fucking garbage thanks to whoever is rapping; Crap-kun isn't even good shitposting.

So yeah, 2017 out of 2016; China Walls in Mexico and we paid for it. It's basically like Utsu Musume Sayuri and other short, worthless, infamous bile that barely constitutes as “necessary bad viewing” material that aren't even meme worthy anymore. There’s nothing left to add to this read more
Mar 19, 2018
Gundam Build Divers Prologue operates less like an actual prologue and more like an exhibition of the concept; it’s a demo that shoehorns a relevant main character in an eye-rolling manner at the last second. That aside, there’s no denying the spectacle provided by this demo reel.

The visuals are as good as ever, with impressive new designs that finally give some love to Gundam Age and most cathartically, Gundam Thunderbolt. The battles are as flashy, destructive, and fun ever, but with a slightly grander and more chaotic scale. No longer bound to reality, we get to see new character designs based on animals and whatnot. read more
Mar 18, 2018
Legendary tales are passed down from generation to generation. The tales of yore were often retold with minor alterations over time for one reason or another. Sometimes it was simply to update it for current times, other times it was merely for not remembering everything. Such stories were enduring for ages despite the very real possibility of being lost to time. Works such as Grendel owe their survival to the acts of translation and retelling. However, this idea is not exclusive to literature and family tales that remained unwritten; films and television series got this treatment as well.

Almost a decade after the saga of Lelouch read more
Mar 17, 2018
A lot can happen in a night, a night where time moves so fast.

For someone, it might just be a night of humiliation. For someone else, it could be a night that ended gloriously with your dreams come true. For many, it can be a night of adventure. Reality works in some contorted ways. This is further exemplified by the fantastic, reality-bending visuals employed by director Masaaki Yuasa and his team over at Science Saru. The visuals are chaotic, imaginative, and bursting with life everywhere. Everything moves wonderfully and the wonderful designs lend themselves over to both this and the ability to simply expand read more
Mar 16, 2018
DISCLAIMER: This review will a combination of a traditional text review and a film analysis based on a specific theme present throughout. As such, this “review” contains heavy spoilers. If you feel like reading my thoughts on the film without being spoiled, quickly scroll to the bottom of the review. Otherwise, proceed with caution.

Thunderbolt 2, Humanity, and the Consequences of War
The idea of being human has a myriad of components many would look into from a biological and philosophical sense. Some of the most commonly discussed components used as the defining factor for what makes someone “truly human” include: a sense of individuality and identity, read more
Mar 14, 2018
Part 2: A Violent Roar

So this is what happens when you refuse Eva’s embrace.

If Neon Genesis Evangelion was the stern yet loving embrace with the ultimate message of accepting understanding yourself in order to begin accepting understanding others, then The End of Evangelion is the much wilder, more apocalyptic, but equally passionate gripping and shaking of your shoulders that desperately roars to you of the dangers of running away from reality and that regardless of how painful we can be, we must face it in order for good things to even have a chance at happening.

Where NGE settled on a satisfying realization for Shinji despite read more
Mar 13, 2018
Part 1: A loving embrace

“Just...hang in there....” -Misato Katsuragi

Neon Genesis Evangelion is the 1995 classic and brainchild directed by the legendary Hideaki Anno. It is a juggernaut that garnered fame and influence by challenging art that came before, directly spawning a cornucopia of successors, some of whom managed to become success stories themselves. Few pieces of animation hold such an honor, and monumental works such as this have a ginormous presence in their medium’s landscape, regardless of the fact that each of these select few titles are still around today with new, if less well-received instalments gracing our screens.

Apart from what it became, Neon Genesis read more
Jan 31, 2018
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei is one of the more popular Light Novel series to have come out within the past decade or so, spawning an anime adaptation by Studio Madhouse in 2014.

That anime was also a gigantic piece of shit.

Thankfully, this movie isn't so bad.

That isn't to say this was a good or even passable film, however. It still suffers from flat characterization, holes and leaps in logic, pacing issues, and a major switch from one major object being a threat to another, with the first object being ignored entirely after the halfway mark, among other problems. It feels like a short filler arc read more
Jan 28, 2018
Gundam Build Fighters was a resounding success back in 2013, showing us how incredible it is to be a Gundam fan, and especially a Gunpla fan, with all sorts of references to Mobile Suits and events of the shows. It was the perfect setting for a series about giant robots that is simply about giant robots doing kickass shit without the need for collateral damage or war-related drama, instead making this effectively sports series about Gunpla fans. So, when we started getting continuations and spinoffs such as Build Fighters Try, and GM no Gyakushuu, we were certainly spoiled for choice in terms of seeing cool read more
Jan 9, 2018
Gems are, by many, considered precious things. There are a plethora of beautiful, varied gems, each with distinct colors to catch the eye but the most popular of which may be the diamond.

Diamonds are overvalued. They may shine bright but aren't as uncommon as some like to feel they are. However, they are special for some reason or another, above most other gems. Houseki no Kuni, or Land of the Lustrous, really is a diamond in such a sense, fittingly enough. Not the hardest gem or material ever conceived, and more like the character of Diamond in the show, where despite its hardness, some read more