Tags : animatsu

Kiniro Mosaic Review (Anime)

Shinobu Oomiya is a Japanese girl with a passion for England, and as a young child she participated in a homestay where she became close friends with Alice Cartelet, despite neither of them being able to understand each other well due to a language barrier.   The two have kept in close contact via letters […]Read More

Gatchaman Crowds Insight Review – What Does a Hero Do?

What does a hero do? This is a question that’s asked throughout Gatchaman Crowds Insight and even those with superpowers aren’t aware of what they should be fighting for. Is it for life? For those who can’t fight for themselves? Political gain? Who knows? But Insight tackles these questions with gusto, and it’s fascinating to […]Read More

Anime License Round-Up MCM London October 2016

The second day of MCM London October 2016 has past and Anime Limited, Manga UK, Animatsu and MVM have all announced new licenses with more than a handful being highly sought after. Have a look below to see what’s heading to the UK!   Anime Limited followed up on a strong first day set of […]Read More

HaNaYaMaTa Review (Anime)

HaNaYaMaTa, a combination of the five girls’ names, is a show about Naru Sekiya who struggles with her self-confidence and gives up on things easily because of it but when energetic American transfer student Hana N. Fountainstand introduces her to the Japanese dance called Yosakai, they form a group to participate in an upcoming festival. […]Read More

Digimon Tri, Perfect Insider and more are coming to UK

Manga UK and Animatsu have announced that they’ll be bringing a new slew of titles to the UK including the highly anticipated Digimon Tri.   Other titles including The Perfect Insider (14th November), Wish Upon the Pleiades (17th October) and When Supernatural Battles Become Commonplace (31st October). But, of course, the big takeaway is that […]Read More

Blade Dance of the Elementalers Review (Anime)

Blade Dance of the Elementalers is brimming with fan-service and whilst it certainly has a story to tell, it doesn’t take long to realise that it’s only there to keep giving the girls a reason to not wear clothes.   To put this into perspective, the first scene begins with a 16 year old girl […]Read More

Golden Time: Collection 2 Review (Anime)

Golden Time: Collection 2, its final collection, releases this month and it still stands as my all-time favourite anime, and it’s been amazing reviewing it again.   I’ve spoken in length about my love for Golden Time in my original review – which also acts as my first anime review – and my review of […]Read More

Humanity Has Declined Review (Anime)

Humanity Has Declined may have a bleak title but it’s anything but – it’s a fun, colourful look at a world that’s moving on despite the steady decrease in birth rates.   I wasn’t entirely certain what I was getting myself into when I popped Humanity Has Declined into the disc drive and whilst it […]Read More

Brynhildr in the Darkness Review (Anime)

Brynhildr in the Darkness is one of those shows I did mostly within a day which is something I haven’t done in a while. It proved to be a pleasant surprise!   Brynhildr follows highschool student Ryouta Murakami who’s unable to move on from losing a dear childhood friend, Kuroneko, in an accident, and has […]Read More

Golden Time Collection 1 Review (Anime)

You might know this about me but Golden Time is my favourite anime. So much so that I’ve reviewed it in the past, but here I am to tell you once again why you should watch it.   My first Golden Time review is still my favourite anime review that I’ve written to date, and […]Read More