Our look at the light novels of Goblin Slayer continue. Last time we had just finished our look at the first two volumes which covered everything the anime has adapted so far. Now we step into unknown territory as everything that happens next has yet to hit the TV screen. Let’s not waste anytime, join me after the cut as I dive into the third volume of the Light Novel series: Goblin Slayer.
Keep your Hands off Eizouken is a series that I’m going to have to check a lot of my bitterness at certain type of anime fan. Because so far it is a lovely little show about the creative process, with fresh animation and quirky characters. The opening is also damn catchy. The tune of the week is the first opening theme of the series: Easy Breezy by chelmico!
Some people have criticized the first half of Steins;Gate because much of what happens is set up. However I would argue that such things in series like these are important, vitally so. This time allowed with the characters gives viewers a reason to be attached to them so that, when the plot comes knocking, they are invested in what is happening. That is the case with Steins;Gate as the second half suddenly becomes all about the central plot of the story. Let’s not waste anytime and get into my thoughts on the second half of the series after the cut.
Welcome to Don’t @ Me where, like the creeping realization that anime is becoming mainstream, I am here to drop down my thoughts, opinions and views on everything related to anime, manga, light novels and more. Today I’m just shooting the shit and talking about what comes to me mind. Join me after the cut as I dish out ten more opinions.
((I’m serious about that Quintuplet Spoiler btw, non-manga readers be warned))
While 2020 has started, I’ve been meaning to provide an easy place where you can find some of my favorite blog posts I’ve done in the last year. I’ve done quite a bit during 2019, and I have little intention of slowing down. With that said, here are Shallow Dives in Anime’s favorite posts made in 2019
I’ve said this before, but the Fate franchisee has basically become the Star Trek of anime. It is a series that has created some of the most moving, deepest and jaw-dropping scenes that have ever graced the screen.
It’s also got some of the dumbest shit ever seen as well.
That’s Fate, and it’s been that way since a little eroge novel called Fate/Stay Night came out in 2004. Throughout the long history of this franchisee, to the highs of Fate/Zero and Ufotable’s adaptions, to the lowest dregs of Fate/Extra Last Encore. That doesn’t change with this years newest TV anime, and probably never well. Join me after the cut as we dive into the first cour of Fate/Grand Order: Absolute Demonic Front – Babylonia.
I’ll be talking about Fate/Grand Order: Absolute Demonic Front Babylonia later this week. The opening theme is something that has grown slowly on me, and in my mind, finally getting ‘good’ with the second cour’s new changes. The tune of the week is the opening theme to the anime: Phantom Joke by UNISON SQUARE GARDEN