Hibike! Euphonium 2 Review

Band has becoming something of a dying medium lately. It’s come to the point that many schools have cut off art programs like these simply because they either no longer have the budget to support it, or see it as a subject with no real importance. So, at the time of this review, while we still have the concept of the school band alive, we return back to KyoAni’s adaptation of Hibike! Euphonium, the drama-filled band with aspirations as big as their sound. Continue reading “Hibike! Euphonium 2 Review”

Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari Review

People tend to leave behind unfinished business in life, only to realize that what we leave behind can never be resolved once we’ve mustered up the courage to face our problems. So what do we do then? Well, we move on forward, come to terms with our own problems, and smile to what we do have. Continue reading “Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari Review”

Gi(a)rlish Number Review

When it comes to anime that give us an ‘inside look’ into the anime and manga industry, most of them often times give us a rose-tinted look into how the medium is made rather than the deep dark truth of the arduous, almost slave-like work that goes into making a single anime. So instead of talking about artists or writers like so many other anime do, Gi(a)rlish Number focuses on the one very important aspect that hasn’t really cropped up in this bloom of insider anime: Seiyuu. Continue reading “Gi(a)rlish Number Review”

Okusama ga Seitokaichou!+! (Anime Short) Review

Over the years, anime has given us a myriad of varying and powerful stories that chronicles the journeys of its characters through expressive and visual means that grasp and enthrall people with the wondrous worlds that they can create. But you’re not here for any of that.  If you’re watching this show, you’re here for the boobs. Continue reading “Okusama ga Seitokaichou!+! (Anime Short) Review”

Bungou Stray Dogs 2nd Season Review

The will of each and every human always seems to beg and scream for different things despite all of us being a part of the same species. Our walks of life, experiences, and day to day lives mold the very fabric of our being, eventually leading us to divergent paths that give us different drives towards the common goal of giving us self-validation and a reason to continue onward. And so, we continue the stories of the people in Yokohama, where a war of three factions, three walks of life, and three times the number of personal stories and journeys are written.  Continue reading “Bungou Stray Dogs 2nd Season Review”