illegenes: One of the more prospective shows to air this year was Eureka Seven: AO – BONES’ new original project, a sequel to the mighty 50-episode Eureka Seven which had a place in many […]
Can we talk about how excited I am for Jormungand to be back in my life? Because I’m excited. Really excited.
I was looking through some history and information about Buddhist rites the other day (to find more about the ritual performed early in Episode 1), and I did find something […]
illegenes: Well, with the news released about the last two episodes, I guess we have plenty of time to look over AO and see where it’s taken us.
illegenes: “All’s fair in love and war.” Or so Natsuyuki Rendezvous thinks, but struggles to say with a convoluted and messy execution.
illegenes: Out of all the interesting shows to air this summer, I would have to say Jinrui was the most pleasant and daring surprise. In fact, I had no plans on watching […]
The last thing either of us expected from Jinrui was that it would make us cry. On reflection, we really should have known better.
I’m really unsure of what to say about this finale. If there’s one thing I did gather, it’s that this functioned as an anti-conclusion than one in the first place; […]
Whether two or four episodes of AO remain, it looks like it’s going to be a photo finish.
illegenes: (Whoops! Turns out that I was wrong; Jinrui still has one episode left to go) For weeks we have all come to grow fond of the wonderful character Watashi. […]