There are many romantic comedies out there in the world of anime. It’s a pretty popular genre, as it often appeals to both men and women, and can cross many different age demographics. Anime is a business, after all, no matter how much people want to look at it as a pure art form. Most … More Monday Anime: Ouran High School Host Club
There’s no denying the colossal hit that Attack On Titan has become, almost from the moment the first episode hit the airwaves. Nobody had ever seen anything quite like it, and the series has almost defined itself as a unique genre all it’s own at this point. What makes Attack On Titan such a huge … More The Art of Sound: Attack On Titan
One of the best things about Critical Role is, without a doubt, the many voices of Matt Mercer, the DM. He isn’t just Levi on Attack On Titan, guys. He’s also a million other people. Sometimes, he’s a really laid back tree. In Whitestone, the hometown of Vox Machina’s own Percy, there is a tree, … More Critical Role: Like, Druids, Man.
Petalwynd sat, knees curled under her chin, watching the sea of grass that spread out from the old, dilapidated building that had, until recently, been a monastery for a small group of monks. The last of the Order of the Sacred Wind, they had opened their home to a trio of travelers, given freely of … More The Chronicles Of Petalwynd: The Dim Lit Path
First off, I want to admit that this is not going to be an in depth review. There’s no way it can be. There’s so much going on in this movie, we’d be here all day if I tried to get into it all the way I’d like. And believe me, I’d like to. Cause … More Movie Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2
The key to making a romantic comedy work is to have a strong emotional angle, with well crafted characters to pull it all off. It’s not an easy thing to balance, however, as there are certain things everyone expects from anything that flies in under the banner of rom com. Say what you want about … More Monday Anime: My Love Story!!
Okay, I may have a hard time explaining this one. One thing I can promise you, though, it isn’t for the reasons you are gonna think. I actually really love this OP, and the show itself, for reasons unrelated to boobs. Grenadier is a 12 episode, 2004 series from the now defunct Studio Live/ TAC … More Striking The Right Note: Grenadier
Ya know, one of the unwritten rules of D&D is that no matter how well you make a plan, it’s all going to go horribly wrong. Unless you happen to be this group, when somehow, against all odds, everything goes exactly right. First things first. Genesis got it in her head that they needed to … More D&D Recap #4: Everything Comes Together
Well, I’ve had a spectacularly shitty couple of weeks. How about you guys? Alright, so here’s the deal. I forgot I had an extra Wednesday this month. Since Wednesday is when I post fiction, I ended up with a spare day, and nothing to put in it. Because among my many incredible talents, reading a … More And Now, Something Completely Different
Sigh. Ya know, sometimes you watch the first couple episodes of episodes of an anime, and you really get your hopes up. You think it’s going to be great. It starts off so strong, and the sky is the limit. You get excited, looking forward to the shows run with such anticipation, you can barely … More Why Am I Reviewing This? Tokyo ESP