Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! Review

I wonder if it’s possible to just like half a show.  Like just say that a show is good only because one main aspect of it is good while the other part is the thing that you kind of wish didn’t exist.  Cause this is the kind of conundrum I default to when I talk about Uzamaid.  Continue reading “Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! Review”

Golden Kamuy Second Season Review

I regard sequels as an ‘obligatory watch’ since there’s always an itch inside of me that yells at me telling me that I better finish what I started.  Sometimes I hate that itch cause sometimes things I loathe get the coveted second season.  But usually I get stuff like Golden Kamuy to watch a sequel of.  And my reaction for these moments are always: Yes. Continue reading “Golden Kamuy Second Season Review”

Irozuku Sekai no Ashita kara Review

Alright P.A. Works, what’ve you got up your sleeve this time?  Let’s see…can’t see colors; she’s colorblind, that’s kinda interesting.  Magic, sent back in time…ok, a time traveling series.  Could pose some problems, but I’m sure it won’t bite them in the ass.  Hopefully.  Shinohara Toshiya as the series director.  Why does that name sound familiar?  Director of…NagiAsu?  Oh goddamnit. Continue reading “Irozuku Sekai no Ashita kara Review”

Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai Review

High school is typically embellished as the end all be all for the Japanese as the last period of time where they were able to enjoy their youth before the workforce.  That and the fact that a lot of kids from all ages watch anime are the main contributors as to why ‘high school’ is such an oversaturated setting.  But let’s take a second to add a dash of realism to everything, where high school isn’t as fun and everyone has problems to see where that gets us.  And maybe a bunny girl too while we’re at it. Continue reading “Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai Review”

Ore ga Suki nano wa Imouto dakedo Imouto ja Nai Review

I want to start this intro off by asking a simple question: Why?  Clearly, what we have here is a product dedicated solely to adhere to the tastes and fetishes of a very niche market, but even then, the fact that it is so bottom barrel that this product doesn’t even meet the basic standards for the sub genre is mind-boggling to me considering just how low those standards were to begin with. Continue reading “Ore ga Suki nano wa Imouto dakedo Imouto ja Nai Review”

Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet Review

If there’s anything from ninth grade I remember most, it’s the unit where I was forced to read the Shakespearian tale of ‘Romeo and Juliet’, the classic romantic tragedy of two lovers of opposing families who were never meant to be, ultimately dying together as a sign of their love.  (Spoiler if you’ve never read the book, watched the play, or watched any of the hundreds of story variants.)  So really, what’s the next step for such an old and classic tale?  Rewrite and reproduce it as an anime of course.  Continue reading “Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet Review”