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Apr 4, 2021
Why yes I did just play exclusively Operation Siren while watching this show. And yes, I finished playing my dailies faster than it took to watch this. META ships don’t farm themselves.

While not necessarily a continuation of the actual Azur lane anime (though you could kind of bend it to be one), Slow Ahead! again follows our four destroyers from the four main fleets in the series: IJN Ayanami, USS Laffey, HMS Javelin, and KMS Z-23, or Niimi for short. Together, the four destroyers experience life around the naval base, interacting with various ships from each of the four fleets in a slice of life read more
Apr 3, 2021
You know, I still can’t believe that Hori is actually a brunette. The manga doesn’t shade or tone her hair at all, so I assumed for so many years that she was actually blonde. Did anyone else think that? I’m not going insane, right?

Story:

Hori Kyouko is a girl that seems like your general popular girl with people surrounding her at every turn, hiding the fact that at home she pretty much fulfills the homemaker role due to her parents typically working extended hours. Miyamura Izumi is a boy that is seen as gloomy with few if anyone knowing who he really is with some assuming read more
Mar 31, 2021
“The Road to Hell is paved with Good Intentions.” To live means to die. To be right, that means someone else must be wrong. To have peace means that first, there must be war.

Story:

Several years after the raid on Humanity within the Walls, we find ourselves within the country of Marley and watch how the supposed enemy fends off and conquers nearby lands in order to spread its influence. But, knowing the threat of Paradis Island, the home of Humanity within the Walls, is looming… Well, war is coming. Or rather, war is already here.

For an adaptation that started in 2013 as a somewhat gratuitous read more
Mar 28, 2021
I feel like you really could’ve just made the whole thing one season instead of splitting it up in two parts, but I think I’m just yelling at an empty crowd on this point considering the thing got made in the end anyway, so supposedly, there’s not really any reason to complain.

Story:

If the Sanctuary isn’t liberated in a few days, a terrible snowstorm will envelop the place and call upon the Great Rabbit to consume all of the denizens within the protected barrier. If no one comes to help the mansion in a few days, a pair of assassins will clean out the place of read more
Mar 28, 2021
For all of the isekais, shonen series, crappy harems, or a variety of more engaging or seemingly more interesting shows with more involved plots, I’m glad we have Non Non Biyori. Because god willing, this is the kind of stuff I’m gonna be turning to whenever I just need a break from life.

Story:

A show about a quartet of girls in the Japanese countryside, this third season is about exactly as what you would expect from a slice of life show that features nothing but a bunch of character interactions from its practically all-female cast in a place where the most remarkable thing to happen over read more
Mar 27, 2021
You know, if God really did ask for even half of Earth’s creatures to be made just on the whims of really vague requests, I’d believe it. Because nature is often times really fucking bizarre and the things that’re considered as ‘evolutionary advantages’ really test the limits of how ‘life finds a way’ no matter the situation. Fun, but also really…really weird.

Story:

Putting it simply, God got too bored or busy to make all of the animals on Earth, so he did as all corporations do and outsourced his work to a group of designers that have God himself be the main client to fulfill any read more
Mar 27, 2021
I find it mildly amusing that the anime idol industry is just as saturated as the actual idol industry. I mean there has to be an extent to which too much is too much, right? Maybe I’m just thinking too hard about this; let’s just talk about pretty anime boys singing.

Story:

The I-Chu academy is a prestigious idol school that ‘s known to deliver some of the most promising boy group idols that (apparently) the world has ever seen. Here we’re introduced to the newest groups of I-chu, one of which being Fire Fenyx, a group of three hopefuls who hope to stake their claim in read more
Mar 20, 2021
I can’t help but feel like this show is also an allegory to the kinds of working conditions that a typical white-collar worker in Japan experiences and reflects upon Japanese society as a whole as some kind of social commentary on how toxic work culture can be detrimental to not only one’s own health, but also how it can impact society to an almost unhealthy degree. Eh, it’s probably just my imagination.

Story:

While the regular Cells at Work has a generally…brighter atmosphere with the soothing voice of Mamiko Noto to educate the audience on how the biology of the human body works, Black is for the read more
Feb 26, 2021
I think we’re really stretching what constitutes as a ‘season’ now. Like…it’s usually supposed to be 12 or 13 episodes. We’ve established this. This has nothing to do with how it impacts the quality or anything else with the storytelling, but rather a PSA on the fact that it seems like the definition of ‘season’ now is ‘whatever the showrunners want it to be’. I guess.

Story:

While I’m tempted replicate Mamiko Noto’s narration spiel about how the body has 37 trillion cells that all work hard to keep a human body alive, I’m instead going to just let everyone know that this season is essentially the read more
Dec 27, 2020
I’m not going to stand for this; shame on you, Jun Maeda. Shame on you for using the mentally disabled as a way to get your audience’s empathy. Of all of the possible story routes you could’ve went through, this is the most vile, most sickening ways you could’ve made this story end.

Story:

In front of Narukami Youta stands a small girl named Hina wearing a nun outfit who claims herself to be Odin or some form of god. She comes bearing a warning: “The World will end in 30 days”. And she has come to him hoping that perhaps he can help stop that from read more