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Sep 17, 2021
Girlfriend, Girlfriend is probably one of the more fascinating anime to come out this season. Now, fascinating is a weird word to use to describe the interest of this show. Looking at the title, the promo art or reading the synopsis, you know exactly what kind of show this is going to be. I saw it from a mile away and didn’t bother watching it at first because I knew exactly what kind of show it wanted to be. But after looking at some clips on Crunchyroll’s Youtube channel (Side note; what is with Crunchyroll’s video titles lately?), I found it pretty funny actually and read more
Sep 17, 2021
It’s been a while since I’ve managed to sat down and watch an entire vampire anime and enjoyed it at the same time. No disrespect to people to people who liked Mars Red last season, it just didn’t grab me. But how did this one grab me then? Well you set it in Paris, have some sexy men in there, make the two leads a dynamic duo and have an ED you don’t want to skip. But that is only the baseline, let’s go into more detail as to how this show was one of the bright spots in this okay summer season.

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Jul 3, 2021
So I’m a spider. Well, not really, but so what?

This is an anime that has been on my radar for some time now, mainly because it was originally slated for last year but got delayed due to production issues. Covid-19 must have not helped things there as well. But we did eventually get this year in the stacked winter 2021 and pretty much got overshadowed by Re:Zero season 2 part 2, Mushoku Tensei and Slime season 2. But I definitely thought to myself that I should not sleep on the spider isekai, especially as more episodes aired as time went on. And of course, read more
Jun 24, 2021
I’ve really missed this series.

Yes it is the return of of perhaps the only idol anime I care about watching, Zombieland Saga: REEVVEEEENNGE. And it has been a while since the first season aired (two and a half years to be exact), so waiting for me to see what happens next with these zombie idols left me feeling a bit anxious to see if they could capture the magic that made season one such an enjoyable surprise. Would it be as unconventional as before? Would the songs be able to top season one? WOULD THE LEGENDARY TAE YAMADA WAKE UP THIS SEASON? Well from read more
Mar 31, 2021
Watching Redo of Healer is like watching a nearby neighbour’s house burning down to the ground. It’s so shocking and terrible to see but you cannot look away. That is what it felt like watching this show. And it only took us a year after Interspecies Reviewers to find something that thins the gap between anime and hentai even more than that show. This is it, this is peak, “I can’t believe it’s not hentai” because the scenes in this show is something you would not see in the context of an anime. In a hentai, yes, but in an anime, not really. It’s something read more
Mar 25, 2021


Well I’ll tell you what happened. In the words of AngryJoe, “YA DONE F**KED IT UP!”

There was perhaps no other anime sequel I was looking forward to more this season than The Promised Neverland Season 2. Season 1 was and still is my favourite anime from 2019. It was a near perfect show in my eyes that nailed every aspect about what makes a great anime; in the horror genre no less. So obviously, I was eagerly anticipating as to what will happen next. But how do you follow up a near perfect show and keep read more
Mar 18, 2021
Some context is needed before we start. The 2006 Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni adaptation and it’s sequel Higurashi Kai remains my favourite anime of all time. It made me love the horror genre and was the anime that got me properly invested into anime. Sure I was watching anime beforehand but Higurashi was the show that really got me into anime. It managed to tell an intriguing and well structured story with likeable but flawed characters and an ost that set the mood and tone while also being an unnerving horror experience. So naturally, hearing back at the beginning of 2020 that Higurashi was read more
Mar 18, 2021
I think me watching a show about the human body and all the things that can go wrong with it while in the middle of a global pandemic probably wasn’t the smartest thing but I don’t think it really matters too much. I was looking forward to this series regardless since it essentially was the darker version of Cells at Work and Cells at Work season one was a solid anime back in 2018. But let’s not talk about its parent series and focus on the one right in front of us. A series that doesn’t require you to watch its parent series to jump read more
Jan 1, 2021
Here we are now with the third and final part of Crunchyroll’s trilogy of Manhwa/Webtoon adaptations, Noblesse. The final pillar to put Webtoon adaptations on the map. While there is no doubt they've certainly captured people’s attention, their quality unfortunately cannot match their popularity and have been disappointments from a narrative standpoint. So I was hoping that Noblesse was able to end this trilogy on a high note but unfortunately, it ended with a silent thud to the ground.

Sit back, relax and sparkle in the sunshine to wow all of the girls as I present to you the anime review for Noblesse. Let’s begin.

Story: 3/10

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Dec 24, 2020
If there was any time to make a Cyberpunk anime to coast alongside the hype for Cyberpunk 2077 before its crash and burn, it would have been this season. Cyberpunk has always been a fun setting to explore with its neon lights, tall buildings, smoke from the ground and loads of advertisements. Now take that setting, ramp up the crazy and throw in a touch of Suicide Squad and you have this show. A show, while stumbling along the way, has been one of the most fun shows to watch this year.

Sit back relax, ramp up the chaos and serve your 500,000,000 year prison read more