It’s Monday, which means it is time once again for this! Welcome to Don’t @ Me! The place where, like the gnashing of teeth of some anime fans. I sit here and give you news on everything in the manga and anime world. This week there are new seasons, and new seasons of shows that upset people! Let’s get into it and more after the cut!.
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Welcome back to Don’t @ Me! The time where, like walking into a sex dungeon with a cat girl, busty elf, and a priestess. I fight evil to dish out my thoughts and views on everything in the anime and manga industry. This time we talk about some announcement, and I process information I just learned! Let’s get into this after the cut!
I feel like we’ve been here before, have we been here before?
Eh, welcome to Don’t @ Me, the place where, like the deja-vu Subaru feels when he time-loops, I am here to beat a dead horse about shit I’ve already talked about. This week, it’s more in the ongoing saga of Anime streaming sites being bought out, and what that may or may not mean. Pull up a chair and let’s get into it after the cut.
Right, we got plenty of shit to say today. Welcome back to Don’t @ Me, the place where, like the girls in Monster Girl Doctor, I come in for a check-up with my views, opinions and thoughts on everything about this anime industry. This week dropped some juicy things in my lap, so let’s get into it!
We took last week off, but now we are back in the saddle. Welcome to Don’t @ Me where, like my bewilderment at the idea that people think Sword Art Onlineis ‘the worst anime ever’, I log into this world to give you my hot-takes and from the hip opinions on everything related to Anime, Manga and the like. Plenty to talk about this time around, so grab your waifus, and let’s get to it!
I didn’t plan to actually have a Don’t @ Me this week, there just wasn’t that much to talk about. Then the gods decided to drop this flaming turd into my lap. In case you don’t know, Funimation which had licensed and streamed the hit new ecchi show Ishuzoku Reviewers has decided to drop the show as they feel it does not “reflect the company standards.”
Welcome to Don’t @ Me, where today I’m going to give you my ten thoughts on all of this madness. Let’s get into it after the cut.
We will be jumping into the second half of season one next week with a look at the “Raiser Arc” and all it brings to the table, but this week I wanted to steer the Summer of Love into a topic that many people don’t really discuss: The English Dub, and my overall thoughts and feelings on it. There is a good, a lot of good, and some slightly not so good. So join me after the cut as we jump into our next chapter of The Summer of Love, the dub! This is another long one, so be ready!
A bunch of anime related news has been dropping recently and I wanted to take a moment and give out my quick thoughts on a bunch of it. I have no relevant picture or GIF to show you, so here is a girl throwing her hair buns at people. My thoughts after the cut.
The 2000s had many extremely good anime series and will remain a pivotal moment in the history of the Anime fandom. There are many reasons for this, most notable being the beginning and end of the ‘fansub’ era that is pretty much responsible for keeping anime interest alive in the West.
One such show was Code Geass Lelouch of the Revolution, which to many was a keystone part of anime during this decade. With designs by the legendary CLAMP and a story of betrayal, politics, pizza, and giant robots. Code Geass was very well received by fans and remains a cornerstone of the genre. Even if it was pretty much Death Note with robots.
And now we are getting a new entry, with a movie sequel to the movie re-tellings of the original series, titled simple Lelouch of the Re;ssurection. My thoughts are after the cut.