May was an interesting month for me as I didn’t end up finishing a lot of shows due to the fact that I mostly watched longer anime’s. Therefore I’ll be recommending and talking about things that I haven’t seen completely just so I have something to talk about. Haikyuu It’s been a while since I … Continue reading What I Watched in May -(recommendations and reviews of anime)
Naming the villain of this arc is a spoiler in itself so unless you’ve seen it or know the ending of the golden age arc don’t read this because there’s a twist at the end unless you’ve seen the manga in which it gets introduced early. This can also link to my guardians of desire … Continue reading Berserk: How To Introduce A Great Villain
Since I’ve decided to review every single anime that I’ve completed and dropped I thought that I might start another series where I attempt to review every single manga that I’ve read or dropped. Unfortunately most anime books that I’ve caught up too aren’t yet over so I’ll also be talking about ones that I’ve … Continue reading Darren Shan: Vampires Done Correctly
Previously I explained the guardians of desire arc in Berserk and the events that took place in it so now I will continue to detail its significance and the implications of skipping it out. Spoilers are ahead so don’t read on unless you’ve seen the anime or read the first three volumes of the manga. … Continue reading Berserk: The Significance Of Skipping The Guardians Of Desire Arc – Part 2
Instead of writing all of my Berserk posts after I’ve finished it I’ve decided to just write about it whenever I’ve got something to say instead of finishing. This post will contain huge spoilers for Berserk which are mentioned early on in the manga but late in the anime adaptation. The Guardians of desire arc … Continue reading Berserk: The Significance Of Skipping The Guardians Of Desire Arc
Ghost stories is just hilarious, if you’ve not seen it you owe it to yourself to watch it dubbed. For the uninitiated the sub of ghost stories performed very badly compared to what was expected, this led to the best decision ever. Let’s just say whatever the hell we want as long as it loosely … Continue reading Ghost Stories: A Different Kind Of Comedy
I’ve decided to change the format of the way I talk about anime that I’ve dropped and justifying my reasons for it. Instead of elaborately detailing everything I’ll detail just the few small things yet talk about why I dropped more than anime one series. The first one is mitsudomoe, a show about three troublesome … Continue reading Why I dropped Space Patrol luluco, To love ru and mitsudomoe
When we were growing we all had something that we cared about greatly and for me, this was Pokémon. I don’t actually remember the first episode that I ever watched but I’m very confident that I watched it before any other anime. It would have probably been Diamond and Pearl but I’m not 100% sure, … Continue reading Pokémon: The Show We Cared About
There are spoilers in this post so don't read it if you have plans to watch death note. During this anime I found that I liked the start of it far more than the end due to the character of L. In this (hopefully) short series I will be talking about the differences between L … Continue reading Death Note: L VS Near – Introductions
When I told my friends that I dropped: Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood they were shocked, they thought that it was outrageous that anyone could dislike the anime (They didn’t care that I dropped the original) and told me to re-watch it. As it was a show that I dropped because it was boring I decided … Continue reading The Boring Conspiracy of FMA: Brotherhood
Much like my review series of trying to review every single episode on my completed tab I’ve also decided to write posts explaining why I dropped all 99 of the anime that I’ve seen. If you’re worried about me running out of ideas for my blog (which won’t happen) then there’s also this review series … Continue reading Hatsukoi Monster: The Premise Is Not Funny
As anime and manga are pretty uncommon things in the UK, it’s interesting to look at the state of libraries and what they have and if they have manga at all. I can’t speak for when I was young and visiting libraries for just one time but I used the school library and a library … Continue reading The State Of Manga In Libraries
Let’s not beat around the bush, High school DxD is a very fan service orientated show which doesn’t require much attention to detail, thinking or knowledge too watch. It’s a very simple action harem show. I will be reviewing all three seasons in my quest to review all 155 (and counting) anime on my completed … Continue reading Highschool DXD: Plot With More Plot?
Slice of life is a genre where pretty much nothing happens. It’s just you witnessing the daily life and trials of the characters. My first introduction to this genre was Soul Eater Not and I find that it’s something weird to like. When pretty much nothing happens but some comedy scenes and minor events it’s … Continue reading Justifying The Existence Of Slice Of Life Anime
Using Graph.anime.plus I made a post talking about how Diomedea could be my favourite studio of all time but this time I will be using it to try and find my least favourite and it could very well be Production IMS. To judge this I will be talking about the qualities of the anime’s that … Continue reading Production IMS: The Worst Anime Studio of All Time?
While Miura was in college in 1988 he made a one shot manga chapter called the Berserk prototype which is set in the world of Berserk and is about the character that Guts could have been. It seems that the prototype was Miura’s first initial vision of what Berserk was going to be and it … Continue reading Berserk Could Have Been Completely Different – (The Berserk Prototype)