Tag Archives: Anime
A blending of the mahou-shoujou genre and dualistic underpinnings of life makes Uta Kata like how a good cake should be: appealing on the surface, yet flavorful and sweet underneath.
Bold, innovative, visually pleasing, and philosophically robust – Mononoke is Japanese anime horror done right and possible at its best.
While the Spring 2012 season of anime is far away from my mind, Natsuiro Kiseki with its magical realism template and tangible themes such as fulfillment and friendship still remain in my memories. For the most part, with its many … Continue reading
While Mai-Mai Miracle falls slightly short with its overall story, its introspective into that which is pure childlike fantasy versus the harsh reality of life among other of its thematic devices is where it shines the most.
When the supernatural and science fiction meets something beautiful occurs. Ghost Hound best captures and embodies that beauty; fully worthy to deem itself a masterpiece.
Studio Ghibli provides us with a tranquil and calming piece of visual eye candy in thirty minutes know as Iblard Jikan.
It goes without saying that Hotarubi no Mori e is a phenomenal film (In my opinion anyway. I highly recommend it.) that emphasizes the intangible aspect of friendship through both physical distance as well as emotional distance. That being said, the … Continue reading
The management principles of Peter Drucker combined with the sport of baseball makes Moshidora an exceptional series worth watching. Albeit a few flaws.
While sexual innuendo and mischievous naughtiness is the selling point, B Gata H Kei does have some weird charm and mystique to it. What that charm and mystique is exactly is up to you.