Anime in 2022 has been the definition of Feast or Famine. There has been a sprinkling of heavy hitters, but a lot of stuff that has just been eh. Much seemed to having be saved for this season and now it is finally time to see if it does indeed deliver. Plenty to choose from, but after the cut, let’s see what is on my radar this Fall anime season!
It’s been a hot minute since we discussed the second half of this series, but it is high time we returned to it! When we last left off, our corporate sponsored heroes had thwarted a criminal, girls had sweet asses, and there was a PERFECT EUPHORIA. But does the series manage to keep up this hot streak in it’s back half? Well after the cut let’s take a dive into Tiger and Bunny’s second batch of episodes and find out!
Everyone is creaming their pants over this show, so you know I’ll check it out eventually. The Tune of the Week is the opening theme for Cyberpunk: Edgerunners: This Fffire by Franz Ferdinand!
Every year I decide to choose a series to celebrate the blog’s anniversary. Often times this is a series that has dogged my footsteps for a long while. A series that settles in my brain and lingers there, begging for me to talk about it. I often use this time to finally dive into that show and give my thoughts, feelings and frankly, just expel it from my system.
The first year, I re-watched Shinmai Maou no Testament and made peace with the series that made me start blogging.
The second year, I looked at Chivalry of a Failed Knight, something that had haunted my mind for almost two years.
The third year, I finally watched all of Neon Genesis Evangelion and gave my thoughts far removed from the mountain of hype that fanbase had thrown on it.
This year, I come to a series that came across my desk and kept a place in my brain ever since. A show that came out during my wilderness years away from anime, yet one I am surprised I hadn’t watched until then. It’s got boobs, it’s got butts, it’s got robots, it’s got lesbians! There is no point in waiting any longer.
Welcome to Shallow Dives in Anime. This is Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon.
Summer 2022 is reaching its conclusion and we have to talk about it! I’ve not dropped anything so far (except for Harem Labyrinth as I hunt for the uncensored version), and I got some thoughts on everything! Let’s get into it all after the cut!
Anime in 2022 is halfway over, and it has been a decent year so far. Nothing amazingly special, but still solid. Now that we’ve reached the halfway point, it’s time to give out my thoughts on what I think is the best, and the worst, of the year so far. This list will no doubt change by the time the end of 2022 rolls around, but here is where I stand! Let’s get into it after the cut.
Summer 2022 continues and so far, it has been another middle of the road fare. Some good shows, but nothing that has been ‘great’. As always, I like it when the anime industry ‘see-saws’ with its work, because having back to back amazing seasons can be overwhelming. With that said let’s take a look at the series I’m watching now that they are three episodes in!
People on this blog need no introduction to this series. I’ve discussed all of the previous three seasons and The Summer of Love II was all about it! But that was then and this is now, and now we have a brand new season! Does it hold up? Is it an upgrade from the decent but ‘okay’ third outing? Well after the cut let’s take a look at Date A Live IV and find out!
Spring 2022 is all but over and it has been a very solid outing. That also means that Summer is right around the corner. Taking a look at the list, it seems to be another lesser go around, with no real shows that are heavy-hitters. That said I got a few I want to watch, so let’s see what’s on my radar for Summer 2022 after the cut!
Spring 2022 is reaching it’s conclusion and it is time once again to take a look and see how the show are fairing? It’s been a solid season overall, with one big hit and the rest all comfortable in the ‘solid’ territory. What am I watching? What do I think? Let’s see after the cut!Read More »