Welcome to our first Dual session, where both me, illegenes, and Steven, gallifreyians, come together to share our thoughts on certain episodes of anime! We enjoy bouncing our thoughts off […]
While me and Steven will do weekly episode reviews for anime, as well as overall reviews for shows we might have watched already or are not on air (marathoning), we […]
In this week’s Eureka Seven: AO , we take a slightly darker turn as the team loses one of its own, and a new Fringe inspired character arrives on the show.
*a special note: my family is coming from India after seven years, so there will be a delay to my posts for the next week and a half. I apologize!
Oh finally! 180% synchronization….and we learn that red is indestructible. Is there a color code for this?
Despite being incredibly sexual in nature, Nazo no Kanojo X meshes the awkwardly bizarre with the emotional and finds perfect balance, developing its main characters to create a satisfying and enriching show.
While Saint Seiya: Omega is probably the most generic anime on my list, it still manages to be endearing while using heavy cliches.