It’s Monday, which means it’s time for this little shindig. Welcome to Don’t @ Me, the place where, like the extreme levels of discomfort I felt at watching the third Berserk movie, I’m here to offer you the devil’s deal with my opinions on anime, manga and the like. I took last week off to celebrate best girl Koneko’s birthday, but this week has no such event. Let’s get into it after the cut.
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
The only oblivious thing in this series is any sense of romantic tension between the two leads. Still great flicks though! The tune of the week is the ending theme of The Garden of Sinners: Oblivious by Kalafina!
I’ve had my fun over the last few weeks doing comedic reviews on this series using nothing but video clips. Now that I’ve had that fun however, I think it is time I do a proper post giving you my thoughts on this series. Join me after the cut as I take a dive into the 8 film series: The Garden of Sinners.
Alright, you know how this goes by now. I’ve watched the last two main films in the Garden of Sinners series, and I can only really sum up the story-lines using a collection of video clips. This time however, Jontron is going to need some help from a few friends! Join me after the cut and enjoy my thoughts on the last two films of The Garden of Sinners!
Last night I finished the next two films of the Type-Moon series The Garden of Sinners, and once again I feel I can only really sum up the plot of these films with video clips from Jontron. So take a seat, relax and enjoy my thoughts on the next two films of The Garden of Sinners
The Garden of Sinners is a visual novel that was the first work done by the creator of Fate Stay Night, and can be seen as a prototype not only for that story, but for the other works he has created. Like with Fate, the entire visual novel was adapted into a series of 8 films by studio Ufotable. Being a massive fan of Fate Stay Night and of the company itself, I’ve been meaning to check this out. I now give you my thoughts on the first three films of The Garden of Sinners, using only video clips from Jontron, which I believe best way to sum up these movies, the characters and plot. My additional thoughts will be at the end this post.