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Sep 25, 2020
There are only three words I need to say for you to get an idea as to what this kind of show this is. “SIMPING: Fantasy Edition.” Yes, it is indeed one of those shows, the kind of show you need to lower your brain functionality to enjoy. While that is true and it can be enjoyable if you think that way, it doesn’t change the fact that this show is REALLY bad.

Sit back, relax and SIMP your brain away you horny motherf***er ;) as I present to you the anime review for Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time. Let’s begin shall we?

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Sep 19, 2020
And so after just under 2 years, the final season of the Alicization arc of Sword Art Online has come to the end. Thus ends a rather long saga of fights, character drama and adding more waifus to Kirito’s harem. Thus ends a saga I am very conflicted about. It was hard to establish a final opinion on how I feel about this SAO arc. There are definitely bright moments when it comes to Alicization but there are also plenty of criticisms that bring the show down for me. To be frank, Sword Art Online Alicization is a saga of two halfs, where the War read more
Jun 10, 2020
This is a special review I’ve brewed up because this is my 50th Anime review! (Yeah, I can hear the crickets, no need to point that out). So it is only appropriate that I review the anime that made me the anime fan I am today. Now, horror anime is something that is rarely done right. But when it’s good, IT’S DAMN GOOD! You will get the odd anime that show’s off the horror genre at it’s best. Whether it would be The Promised Neverland and its unsettling and nervous atmosphere, Parasyte with its creepy and horrific monsters, or Happy Sugar Life for proving Yanderes read more
Apr 26, 2020
As much as I enjoy watching anime with a complex story, deep characters and thorough mysteries, sometimes it can just as enjoyable watching dumb, ecchi, edgy s**t. Something that does not require much thinking and is just there to be entertaining. There is not much analysis as to what qualifies as too much edginess, as it mainly comes down to personal preference and the tolerance of much one person can take. So personally, Gleipnir (which is fun to pronounce every time) hits that sweet spot of it being enjoyably edgy without it going overboard. Well not yet at least.

So Gleipnir follows the story of read more
Apr 22, 2020
Okay Crunchyroll, I’m watching it now. Can you please stop jamming it down my throat?

So unless you have been living under a rock (or simply just don’t follow Crunchyroll on social media), you may have heard of this anime called Tower of God, a collaboration between Crunchyroll and Webtoons and is animated by Telecom Animation Film. It follows a boy named Bam who is trapped under a mysterious tower until he meets a kind girl by the name of Rachel. However, they are separated when Rachel opens the door to the tower. With no purpose in life, Bam must climb the tower to find read more
Mar 31, 2020
Just because there were no new Isekai this season, doesn’t mean we are free from the menace, as our chibi cast of Isekai characters is back for another go around. Yes, Isekai Quartet season two. Now season one was pure fan service novelty showcasing some of the best Isekai and putting the characters into one setting inside a school. It was a bizarre premise that managed to work somehow. So much so that we got a sequal with some new characters to join the cast. Yet despite using the formula from season one and doubling down on it, I didn’t enjoy it as much as read more
Mar 29, 2020
Out of all of the shows that aired this season, there was none that managed to make me go “what the f**k am I watching” quite like Dorohedoro. Trying to make sense of this show has been a challenge as it’s not like it is a show where there is a mystery to make sense of. Instead, it’s trying to make sense of the tone and atmosphere that this show is showcasing to us. In simple terms, this show is very unconventional and surreal. But despite that, what we have here is without a doubt one of the most entertaining anime this season. Why? Well read more
Mar 26, 2020
No doubt, the thing that probably caught the eye of many of us towards this show was that art style. It looked unique, stylish and intriguing. That is certainly how I felt when seeing this show. Now an anime or manga would use this as a launch point to get people into your world and story that you are trying to tell. What we get a show that carries that unique art style and expands on it into something I didn’t think I would enjoy this much.

Sit back relax, knock on the bathroom door and say “Hanako-san, Hanako-san, are you there?” As I present read more
Mar 20, 2020
If there’s one anime that I enjoyed the hell out of despite its major flaws, it’s Future Diary. Despite its over-the-top, plot hole ridden story, its weak protagonist and its hit or miss cast, it was a show that never got boring and was entertaining from start to finish. It’s a testament to how a show can be entertaining despite its flaws. It’s funny because I found myself in the same situation while watching this show. A show that had some very similar vibes to Future Diary and was a show that kept me entertained despite its flaws.

Sit back, relax and either pay £2.99 read more
Mar 7, 2020
Honestly with every season of anime, it’s probably encouraged to watch as much anime as you can. Sure, there may be sequels or highly anticipated adaptations that you want to watch. That’s fine. Do as you please. But it’s worth to give other shows a shot because you might find a gem that you like. I found myself in this situation with this show as I almost didn’t watch before it aired. My gaze was more focused on other shows like No Guns Life, Beastars and Cautious Hero. Shows from fall 2019 that looked more intriguing than this show. It was a last minute decision read more