Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation Volume 1: Starting Life in Another World

Our look at the light novels of Jobless Reincarnation begins! I don’t know if these will be novel by novel. There are quite a few, and I have a considerable backlog. I’ll probably do arc by arc in the future unless something important comes up. Either way I finished the first and I couldn’t put it down. So after the cut let’s take a dive into the first volume of Mushoku Tensei and see what’s what!

My thoughts on the first anime cour can be found right here!

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Parallel Paradise Volume 7: Don’t Piss on my Face and tell me it’s Raining.

Our look at the manga series Parallel Paradise continues! When we last left off Yota died again and after fucking a bunch of girls again. But this time the mysterious figure who is responsible has been revealed? What will this mean for the series? Well let’s take a look at the seventh volume of the series and find out!

NSFW pictures ahead. Please read with discretion.

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Jobless Reincarnation’s Rudeus Greyrat: The Long Hard Road.

Every now and then there come characters who challenge conventions, or at the very least are a hotbed of controversy. There are discussions about them, but too often they fall into finger pointing, clout chasing, and talking PAST each other instead of TO each other. Last year, we were graced with Jobless Reincarnation, one of the best Isekai made, but also with it’s male lead. He’s one who has caused more than few mumbles and grumbles. What do I think though? Well, let’s cut through the bullshit and take a character into dive into the main character of Jobless Reincarnation: Rudeus Greyrat after the cut.

Step by Step
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Seraph of the End: Touched by an Angel

I have never been on the Attack on Titan thing. I’ll probably get into it at one point, but it’s just something that I have no interest in when its such a red-hot thing. However like with many anime, there are shows that are similar. Does that mean they are better? Or are things too similar for anything to work? Well after the cut let’s take a dive into the series: Seraph of the End and find out!

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Banished from the Hero’s Party, I Decided to Live a Quiet Life in the Countryside: Call to inaction.

B tier shows are always fun to watch. Not everything can be a perfect 10, and it is good for anime fans, and healthy for the industry, to have shows that are middle of the pack. Sometimes though those middle tier shows can surprise you however. Whether it is good scripts, fun characters, or an interesting premise. I already gave my personal recommendation to Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent for this exact reason, but can I do the same here? After the cut let’s take a dive into the series *deep breath* Banished from the Hero’s Party, I decided to live a quiet life in the Countryside.

The title isn’t nearly as big as Rit’s titties.
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Best and Worst of Anime 2021

Anime in 2021 is all but over, and it has been one hell of a year. Not the all-time banger that was 2020, but plenty of good shows that I’ve enjoyed watching. I don’t watch as much as other people, but I do watch enough to throw up one of these lists. Like I did at the halfway point, it’s time to discuss the best, and the worst of this year. Granted not much has changed, but hey, a post is a post! After the cut, here are the best and worst anime in 2021.

13+ New Year's Anime To Watch For A Happy New Year!
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Sword Art Online Progressive: Aria of a Starless Night: I got 99 floors, but Mito’s only on one.

Sword Art Online is a show I’ve talked about in depth. I’ve discussed some of the light novels and every anime season. I’ve been a casual fan, but one who has defended the series from the people who seem to have an unreasonable hatred of the series. It’s not perfect, but far from the abomination that some people had made it out to be. So what happens when there is more story to tell? When the first arc is revisited and given new content? Can it win over some of those fans? After the cut let’s take a dive into the anime film: Sword Art Online Progressive: Aria of a Starless Night and find out!

My thoughts on the Aincrad Arc in the anime are right here!

My thoughts on the light novel version of Aincrad are here and here!

With a complimentary bath!
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