Once you get past the undeniably unique conceit of KanColle, there’s not much to recommend it.
I thought Code Geass was a tale of resistance, rebellion and ultimately revolution. A heroic tale where the noble Japanese prevail against the evil Britannian Empire.
That’s not quite the story it’s telling.
In This Corner of the World is a different kind of war film.
Sailor Moon S is my favourite season of the show thus far, in large part because it’s easily the queerest season yet (and that’s saying something).
Food Wars! offers up a substantial serve of shonen anime tropes, complemented by a generous side dish of food porn. Think Dragonball Z meets Iron Chef. It’s fresh and fulfilling like a hearty Sunday roast.
An unconventional genre mashup that proves surprisingly affecting.
Amagi Brilliant Park is a great example of the kind of frivolous fun I favour when it comes to anime.
Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle is a whole lotta anime.
One Punch Man is a pitch perfect parody of a genre about which I am almost entirely unfamiliar.
How on earth do you review Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid without coming across as either a leering perve or a sneering prude?