Ever since I started blogging, almost two and a half years ago. I made a decision to not do episode reviews of anime, simply because I don’t think they work. To judge a show based on a single episode is, in my view, un-constructive. Great shows can have clunkers, and bad shows can have homers. To praise a show (Demon Slayer) or rip one apart (Darling in the Franxx) because of one 20 minute chapter just doesn’t feel right.
However, I had I feeling that I would eventually come to something that would challenge that idea, and while I still believe in not reviewing anime episode to episode. I feel like I finally reach that moment. So today, I break my rule this one and hopefully only time to talk about this. No hyperbole, no bullshit, no ideological pandering. After the cut, let’s dive into the second episode of Redo of Healer: The Hero Ruins Princess Flare!
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Out of the four opening of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, this is probably my personal favorite. Just a great beat and visuals. The Tune of the Week is the third opening to the series: Believe by Nami Tamaki
Our look at the HD remaster of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED continues! We have now reached the third arc of the series and stuff is finally getting real. Battles are going to be fought, people are going to die, and boobs will jiggle. Let’s not waste anymore time. After the cut let’s dive into the next arc: The Clash at Orb.
It’s Monday, which means it’s time for this once again. Welcome to Don’t @ Me the place where, like how Sesshomaru does to the mother of his twins. I pick up my kids and peace out with some of my thoughts, views and feelings regarding the anime industry. Last week was advice, this week is just more general shit. Let’s get into it.
Our look at the HD remaster of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED continues! With all the leg work done in regards to the story, plot and central characters, we now move to earth as the Archangel is pitted against one of the best commanders in ZAFT. There will be action, there will be drama, and even a little bit of spice. After the cut let’s take a look at the next arc in the series: The Desert Dawn!
I’ve been sitting on this for a while now. Aside from hunting down a copy to watch, and deal with a bunch of other shows, this has fallen by the wayside. But now I finally have the time, and frankly I’ve been itching to get my thoughts out about it. So after the cut let’s talk about the final installment and last chapter of the Fate/Stay Night movie trilogy: Heaven’s Feel III. spring song.
Not much to see here, just cute ship girls doing cute ship girl things. This time animated by the actual game studio, so it’s gonna have effort put in. The Tune of the week is the opening theme of Azur Lane: Slow Ahead!: Longing For by Emi Nitta!
Our journey into the light novels of How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord resumes! We took a break for a little bit, but now I’ve purchased the next three volumes, which means this journey can begin once again! When we last left off Diablo had run off to go learn the ways of the sword from a cute little doggy-dwarf, ate a shit ton of fruit, but only after a busty AF dark elf gave him a tit-job. What wonders will await him in the next chapter? Well after the cut, let’s take a dive into volume 9!
It’s Monday, which means it’s time for this! Welcome back to Don’t @ Me, the place where, like Rudy in Jobless Reincarnation, I slap a pair of panties on my head and dish out my thoughts, views and feelings on everything regarding the anime industry. Except this week, I’m going to pretend like my words have meaning and weight and instead throw out some advice and tips that might make your anime blogging and internet experience a little bit nicer. Some you might like, others you won’t. It doesn’t matter either way. Let’s get into it after the cut.
The series we are talking about today has a very special place in my heart. I was a die-hard Gundam fan in my youth, and while I’ve grown distant from it in recent years, there is a strong fondness still there. Gundam Wing was one of my first anime I watched, and I still enjoy it, despite not having aged well. However in the early 2000s, at the tail end of the 4kids-Toonami era, there was another Gundam series that came out. One with a better story, better animation, and some kick-ass music. Loved by many, and disliked by just as much, it is a series that has resonated to this day regardless. Now it is finally time for me to talk about it, so after the cut, let’s dive into the first story-arc of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: The Raid of Heliopolis and The Battle of Orbit!