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Persona 5 the Animation “Dark Sun…” OVA Announced

Persona 5 the Animation ended recently with its 26th episode, and it ended with the seemingly “bad end” of Persona 5. With plenty of story left to cover, Atlus has announced that there will be an OVA, “Dark Sun…” to wrap things up.     There’s currently no word on how long the OVA will […]Read More

Napping Princess Review (Anime)

Unlike Napping Princess’ protagonist, Kokone Morikawa, you won’t catch yourself falling asleep to this one. Napping Princess is an ambitious movie which takes place over two worlds, the real world and a dream-like world, with the latter only being accessed with Kokone is sleeping.   Napping Princess intertwine two different worlds together to create one […]Read More

Lu Over the Wall Review (Anime)

Lu Over the Wall is yet another work directed by one of my favourite directors, Masaaki Yuasa, and its produced by his own studio, Science Saru. As Yuasa’s work often is, it’s a strange yet heartwarming, relatable look at youth and growing up, and it’s incredibly beautiful.   Kai Ashimoto is a student with a […]Read More

Hyouka Review (Anime)

Hyouka is that one Kyoto Animation show I’d always been interested in but a lack of home release or UK streaming option meant that I never got around to it. Thankfully, Anime Limited answered my prayers as I’ve finally sat down to watch the mystery show, but was it worth the wait?   Hyouka is […]Read More

Daimidaler: Prince vs. Penguin Empire Review (Anime)

Koichi Madanbashi is a hot-blooded youth with a lust for busty women, and he’s Beauty Salon Prince’s secret weapon against the Penguin Empire. It might be attempting to parody other genres, but it does not succeed in being entertaining based on its own merits or the merits of those it parodies.   Daimidaler isn’t for […]Read More

Night is Short, Walk on Girl Review (Anime)

Back when I reviewed The Tatami Galaxy, I gave it a solid 5/5 score. Night is Short, Walk on Girl is by the same director, Masaaki Yuasa, and author, Tomihiko Morimi, and it features some of the same characters, but just because you enjoy one doesn’t mean you’ll like both anime.   Maybe it’s because […]Read More

Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers Review (Anime)

I have no shame in admitting that I wasn’t enjoying my time with Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers when it originally aired in 2015, but coming back to it after a few years and watching it in English has really changed my mind on it. I’m even considering reading the light novels!   Six […]Read More

Love Live! Sunshine!! Review (Anime)

Love Live! is a series that’s very dear to me, and season two had me bawling. Saying goodbye the girls of μ’s (muse) was always going to be difficult, but Aquors showed a lot of promise in their initial reveals, and so I was excited. Sunshine!! doesn’t disappoint, but it does feel incredibly similar to the […]Read More

Durarara!! x2 Ketsu Review (Anime)

Durarara!! is a complex anime that has jumped from strength to strength with its only real lull being in Shou, the second season’s first arc, but it quickly improved and culminated in Ketsu which is the best that the series has to offer, leaving it to end on a high note.   Following from the finale […]Read More

Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry Review (Anime)

Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry is the second Fairy Tail movie, following Phoenix Priestess, and it follows an original story not written by series author Hiro Mashima. Set before the final arc of the series, Dragon Cry focuses on the Fairy Tail guild as they recover the Dragon Cry, a powerful staff, from the Kingdom of […]Read More