The Promised Neverland

One of the most talked about anime from the Winter 2019 season is The Promised Neverland. There are many people who’s interest in otaku culture begins and ends with anime, so source manga and light novel spoilers are a non-issue when watching. This doesn’t matter for all anime; there are many shows who are incredibly…

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BEM

BEM started out as one of summer 2019’s more promising candidates. The pilot was was surprisingly fun, giving an almost Batman: The Animated Series vibe with the setting, art direction and villain design. I was genuinely excited for the first few episodes. The mystery created around the protagonists had some promise. Unfortunately, all of that…

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MIX: Meisei Story

I don’t watch a lot of sports anime; American football aside, I don’t particularly enjoy watching sports in general. Even when I do decide I want to watch sports on television, I can tell you baseball has been my choice exactly one time. I just find the game incredibly uneventful. So imagine my surprise when…

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Fruits Basket (2019)

Writing a review for an anime like Fruits Basket (2019) is incredibly difficult. The nature of the story they are telling leaves me with a lot to unpack both emotionally and as a narrative. And this is only the first season. I’ll do my best to convey the spirit of the anime, as I feel…

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ASTRA LOST IN SPACE

While this anime might take place in the future, it’s still high school, which means it’s time for a class trip. But the future does hold some benefits. Today’s select group of students will get to travel off world and participate in a miniature survival camp expedition. But trouble awaits them. What kind of an…

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Dororo (2019)

This review has been a long time coming. Personally, this anime is still a contender for anime of the season for winter 2019, and likely will take a spot in my top 5 for the entire year. This anime leads you on two separate journeys: a physical one and an emotional one. By the end,…

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Isekai Quartet

This year, we reached peak isekai. And by that, I mean the genre has become so popular as of late that we’ve now taken our isekai characters from several different shows and isekai’d them again into yet another world, all together. What would happen if you take a bunch of formerly Japanese protagonists and placed…

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