In the human world, truth and reality aren’t always one and the same. Humans just call their desires and ambitions as “truth”. Humans will even kill other humans if they […]
The very first thing we see in the new season of Gatchaman Crowds, subtitled insight, is a collective of red CROWDS attempting to assassinate the prime minister of Japan. So we’ve got a problem. […]
In the heat of the summer Out of the gaps between the cluster of burning buildings We fall down Terror in Resonance scales back the explosions but dials up the […]
As nature abhors a vacuum, so too do I usually abhor lists on the internet. However, another year has ended, and as such I’ll even forgive myself for indulging in […]
Hey everybody! Time for the second day of Christmas on this little blog we like to call Shibireru Darou? In case you’ve missed it, in the days leading up to Christmas we will be […]
We’re terribly sorry about the lack of updates! To celebrate our proper (and permanent) return, Summer Split is back with your three favorite shows and plenty of discussion. Expect regular […]
This has gone on long enough. I said in an earlier Summer Split that Gatchaman Crowds was my favorite show of the season, but when it comes down to it the Summer […]
Don’t make people into heroes, John. Heroes don’t exist, and if they did, I wouldn’t be one of them. Sometimes, having a good heart isn’t enough.
This week on Summer Split; fanservice, doll battles, and heroism!
At a first glance, Uchouten Kazoku and Gatchaman Crowds share hardly anything in common, except for a flashy art style and smooth music. Kazoku focuses on the day to day […]