Revisiting “No Game No Life” by discussing its strongest aspect: setting.
Former Opinion Editor of the HVA Hawkeye. Current Writer at SakugaCity.com. I write about Anime and Politics, along with publishing a ton of poetry and short stories. Hoping to be a successful person, at some point.
“Dr. Stone” is back with a conventional but still well executed first episode.
Does the brand new romance phenomena “Horimiya” live up to the hype?
While it may be just the first episode, “The Promised Neverland” is showing exactly what made it so good in the first place.
Though it isn’t really surprising, “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” season two is extremely funny.
This seemingly average action/horror is a lot better than its detractors might admit.
These two soul sisters represent much more than just music.
The disappearance of movie theaters has also meant snipping the bud of a very special time.
The Karasuno boys have conquered their most difficult challenge yet, and it was a spectacle to behold.
A brief update on a few things that are important to me.