Tokyo Ghoul Ep 4-6: A Ghoul’s Struggle

Tokyo Ghoul Ep 4-6: A Ghoul’s Struggle

Just as Kaneki is beginning to get used to his new life as a hybrid ghoul, an unsavory and very sketchy character that goes by the name of Shuu Tsukiyama arrives. Shuu is an S ranked ghoul known as Gourmet for his exquisite taste and has come pretty close to taking a bite out of...
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei 18-19: Unquenchable Thirst for Power

Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei 18-19: Unquenchable Thirst for Power

After the eleven episodes of the drawn out Nine School Competition, this arc has finally come to an end. Admittedly, toward the end, these episodes have been getting more interesting, but I’m still pretty excited for the start of a new arc. However, I still need to rewind a bit and actually write about the...
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei 16-17: Shattering Expectations

Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei 16-17: Shattering Expectations

So the match that has been hype up for about as long as the Crimson Prince appeared has finally come in this episode. And in the previous post, I hoped for there to be some struggle for Tatsuya, and his team, during Monolith Code against these two prodigies. Well I guess I can say that Mahouka did accomplish...
Zankyou no Terror [First Impressions]

Zankyou no Terror [First Impressions]

  English Title: Terror in Tokyo, Terror in Resonance, Echo’s Terror Studio: Mappa Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller Episodes: 11 OP: “Trigger” by Yuki Ozaki ED: “Dare ka, umi o.” by Aimer Summary: One summer day, a terrorist attack strikes Tokyo. The perpetrators are two boys who call themselves “Sphinx.” The attack was just the beginning...
Majokko Shimai no Yoyo to Nene [Review]

Majokko Shimai no Yoyo to Nene [Review]

A sister duo of cursers named Yoyo and Nene help people by either removing or putting curses on people. Suddenly, a large tree entangled with building — and other thing outside of this world — spouts up in their world. Stricken with curiosity the sisters go out to investigate the reason such a tree has...
Tokyo Ghoul Ep 2&3: Embrace Your Inner Ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul Ep 2&3: Embrace Your Inner Ghoul

Episode two and three in one post and they’re quite different from one another. While episode two is more action based with the psychological struggle, episode three is more drama based with the CCG closing in and Kaneki learning more about Ghouls. I enjoyed both immensely even though the censorship was certainly overbearing. I’ve never been...
Glasslip 02: Confession

Glasslip 02: Confession

Things literally just escalated quickly. I was expecting Glasslip to take its sweet time on the romance and focus on the ‘supernatural’ part of things. Guess PA Works is being aggressive :) SO I was right about this series having a supernatural element and it will be the driving factor for our two main characters,...
Ao Haru Ride [First Impression]

Ao Haru Ride [First Impression]

English Title: Blue Spring Ride Studio: Production I.G Genre(s): comedy, drama, romance, school, shoujo slice of life Episodes: 12 OP: “Sekai wa Koi ni Ochiteiru (世界は恋に落ちている)” by CHiCO with HoneyWorks ED: “Blue (ブルー)” by Fujifabric Summary: Yoshioka Futaba has a few reasons why she wants to “reset” her image & life as a new high...
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei 14-15: Roped in Once Again

Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei 14-15: Roped in Once Again

Not even going to lie, with the new season upon us it is getting a bit more difficult to continue to watch Mahouka simply because of this arc. I’ve said it a couple times at the beginning of the Nine School Competition and last post as well. Well, this is no different as the fourteenth...
Tokyo ESP [First Impressions]

Tokyo ESP [First Impressions]

Studio: Xebec Genre(s): Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Shounen, Super Power, Supernatural OP: “Tokyo Zero Hearts” by Faylan ED: “Kyuusei Argyros” by Yousei Teikoku Summary: The science fantasy story Tokyo ESP begins with Rinka, an extremely poor high school girl who lives with just her father in modern Tokyo. One day, she is going home from school...
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