Comparing to the slapdash selection of stories of the first few episodes, episode 7 demonstrates that Junji Ito Collection may have finally hit its stride. These two segments have a clear theme in common that is not immediately apparent when separate. But, together, they strike at a real societal horror.
It will premier this April
The official english volume is now on sale
With the posting of this, behold the power of perfectly timed synergy! And I’m not just talking about the decade-plus in-the-making anime revival of one of THE defining magical girl and CLAMP titles via Clear Card, either.
April 8 to be exact
One reason I like new anime season is I get to experience new and cool songs. Some of the best OP/EDs include Kokkoku’s opening Flashback and A Place Further than the Universe’s opening The Girls are Alright, but my favorite song this season is Darling in the Franxx’s ED Torikago.
First, apologies to you few but faithful readers. Work stress and a broken modem prevented these two reviews, so I’m combining them into one post. A silly shocker and a gothic ghost story. A cursed object and a surreal town. Episodes 6 and 7 run the gamut of Ito stories.
Persona 4 has always been a game/anime on my radar- it is impossible to miss the hype that surrounds it, and many hail it as the greatest game of all time (not so sure about the anime). It was one of those series that even if you didn’t experience it first hand, you still knew the characters and what they represented.…
It will premier this April
So, this season has turned out to be a much busier one than I ever imagined it would be for me. As a result, several things ended up getting delayed longer than usual. From the relatively easy to do Loot Anime unboxing articles, to my 2017 favorites article, to even what was going to be my slate of first impression…
Plus analysis of the image.
On the pages of the newest issue of Shueisha´s Weekly Young Jump it has been revealed that the new season based on the manga Tokyo Ghoul will come on April 3.
Recently, the two anime that have been sticking with me the most on a double digit anime series binge have been GARO: The Animation and Fate/Apocrypha. The characters in both are fantastic and give plenty to chew on as not only the episodes go on, but long after the finales. I really want to write on the two,…
Based on the Light Novels eries of the same name
The franchise got an anime on 2015
Plus a Movie written by the Light Novel Author
Studio Madhouse will be in charge of the animation
One of the first things I did after the discontinuation of Anime Strike was delve into Re:Creators. It was thoroughly entertaining, and Hiroyuki Sawano knows his way around a soundtrack. His opening themes, in kind—especially “gravityWall”—were very good, but they still had me pining for another particular work of his.
It will follow the events of the latest movie
It will premier in April 8