The Gem of 2021 – Odd Taxi Anime Review

“Eccentric and blunt, the walrus Hiroshi Odokawa lives a relatively normal life. He drives a taxi for a living, and there he meets several unique individuals: the jobless Taichi Kabasawa who is dead-set on going viral, the mysterious nurse Miho Shirakawa, the struggling comedic duo “Homo Sapiens,” and Dobu, a well-known delinquent. But Odokawa’s simpleContinue reading “The Gem of 2021 – Odd Taxi Anime Review”

Super Interesting Fantasy – Shadows House Anime Review

“The Shadows, characterized by their pitch-black appearance and tendency to emit soot when agitated, are a family of nobles who reside in a colossal manor deep within the mountains far from other humans. When a Shadow child is nearly of-age, they are assigned a Living Doll who acts not only as their attendant but alsoContinue reading “Super Interesting Fantasy – Shadows House Anime Review”

Slow Start but Worth It – Joran: The Princess of Snow & Blood Review

“In 1931, the Tokugawa Shogunate remains in power, marking the 64th year of the Meiji era. Holding a monopoly over the newly discovered “Dragon Vein,” the government is leading Japan toward an advanced Edo period. During this time, an elite force of executioners called “Nue” is tasked with defending the Shogunate from a rebel institutionContinue reading “Slow Start but Worth It – Joran: The Princess of Snow & Blood Review”

Lived up to the Hype – Demon Slayer: Infinity Train Anime Review

“After a string of mysterious disappearances begin to plague a train, the Demon Slayer Corps’ multiple attempts to remedy the problem prove fruitless. To prevent further casualties, the flame pillar, Kyoujurou Rengoku, takes it upon himself to eliminate the threat. Accompanying him are some of the Corps’ most promising new blood: Tanjirou Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma,Continue reading “Lived up to the Hype – Demon Slayer: Infinity Train Anime Review”

A lot Better Than I Remember – Demon Slayer Anime Review

“Ever since the death of his father, the burden of supporting the family has fallen upon Tanjirou Kamado’s shoulders. Though living impoverished on a remote mountain, the Kamado family are able to enjoy a relatively peaceful and happy life. One day, Tanjirou decides to go down to the local village to make a little moneyContinue reading “A lot Better Than I Remember – Demon Slayer Anime Review”

A Fun Detour – Gintama: Slip Arc (Season 6) Anime Review

It took me a lot longer than I would’ve liked but another season of Gintama down and the conclusion creeps ever more closely. I had opted to watch this season after season 8 because the momentum Gintama was on was ridiculous starting with the Shogun Assassination, arc and I wanted to just plow through it. With that being said, like always, I loved this season. Mainly comprised of multi-part comedy arcs it was very enjoyable through and through.

Continued Greatness – Gintama: Silver Soul Arc Second Half War (Season 8) Anime Review

This season is another great Gintama season. This was the finale to the major conflict that’s been brewing these past few seasons while also being the beginning of the epilogue. With that, there’s a lot of laughs, emotions, hype moments, and by the end, I just have this feeling of bitter-sweetness that this amazing anime is almost over.

Almost Perfect Mix – Gintama: Silver Soul Arc (Season 7) Anime Review

So I announced in my new podcast a few days ago that I was gonna skip the slip arc and move onto the silver soul arc. Just to stay on the timeline, and I’ll eventually come back around to the slip arc. But man, this arc is really good. All my gripes about animation last season, pretty much out the window and the comedy was on point.