Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train: No getting off this Crying Train

This is a film I’ve been sitting on for a few weeks but haven’t had anytime to take a look with other stuff going on. A week has opened up however, and I think it’s no better time than to get this out. This has been the big success story of the year, but how is it as an actual film? After the cut let’s take a dive into Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train

*Insert Train Song*
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Tune of the Week(ish): Girlfriend, Girlfriend’s Fuzaketenai Ze

I’ve been all about Girlfriend, Girlfriend which has been a nice simple harem comedy starring the most earnest guy on the planet and a bunch of classic girls. Nothing special at all, but sometimes you just need that ham and cheese sandwich. The music however has been delightfully unique, I just dig this low-key theme. The Tune of the Week is the opening theme to the series: Fuzaketenai Ze by Necry Talkie!

The Summer of Love III: Fate/Illya’s Illyasviel von Einzbern: The Reboot that Works

The Summer of Love III continues! We are heading into the final season next week, but for now I want to take sometime to do a character dive. These are always fun to do, where I look into a specific character and talk about just one or two things that make them tick. It’s not a full blown observation, but just a glance at one thing that makes them stand out. I always end up doing one or two of these during this event, and this time is no exception. After the cut let’s take a dive into the main lead of Fate/Illya: Illyasviel von Einzbern

Great design, but the crosses are kinda weird.
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Don’t @ Me: Five of my Anime Opinions: Dewbond’s on a Vacation Edition

It’s Monday, I’m chilling out by a pool for a week, (but I’ll still be blogging!) and it’s time for this. Welcome back to Don’t @ Me, the place where, like some stupid ass CEO of Kadokawa, I make really silly statements about everything related to manga and anime. This week I’m keeping thing short and simple because I got a tan to work on. Let’s get to it.

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Sitting down with Infinite Zenith: Mobile Suit Gundam SEED

Earlier this year, I re-watched and blogged about the series Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, a show by all accounts I loved a lot growing up. Going back to it I found it was still a great piece of entertainment. My friend Infinite Zenith thought so as well, and we’ve recently sat down and a had a real back and forth on the series. That conversation is up on his blog, but I want to toss a link here in case you missed it. It was a fun conversation and I hope you will find it that way too!

Check out our post right here!

Watch Mobile Suit Gundam SEED | Prime Video

On my Radar for Summer 2021: The Three Episode Check-In!

Summer 2021 has been the break I think we all needed. There is very little in the way of heavy-hitters, and honestly, that’s great. Having to focus on amazing shows each season can get a little exhausting, so having a season about nothing important can be a great palette cleanser. Or in this case, just binging on trash. With that, we are mostly three episodes deep now, so it’s time to give you my thoughts! As always, this list has changed a bit, (No Great Jahy until August!) but let’s get into it after the cut!

Summer Anime | Top 10 Summer Anime | AlysWorlds
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Tune of the Week: Higurashi SOTSU’s Analogy

I’m fully on board with the new season of Higurashi now. After running around with no real idea for at least half of GOU. The back half of episodes pulled me right back in with a great and fun way to take the story. SOTSU the concluding season of the series has been doing the same thing. And man, that music. The Tune of the Week is the opening theme of the series: Analogy by Ayane!

The Summer of Love III: Fate/Illya 2wei Herz! Episodes 6-10: The Eighth Card!

The Summer of Love III continues! We are now in the last half of the third season which means it’s time to put away the fluff (mostly) and get back to work! There is a final class card to collect, Miyu is being all aloof and mysterious, and Lluvia and her tiddies need to throw money around they are free coupons. So let’s get into it after the cut with the next arc in the series: The Eighth Card!

This kid is outta his mind!
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