For better or worse, Seven Mortal Sins is the epitome of ecchi anime.
Grimoire of Zero simultaneously reveals the strengths and weaknesses of a short episode run.
In its fourth season, for the first time, Steven Universe has unequivocally won me over.
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood’s portrayal of power, whether physical, alchemical or political, is rendered with real nuance.
Search Party’s really about the search for purpose in your twenties – a search that is often ludicrous, misguided and self-absorbed.
And You Thought There is Never a Girl Online? is an easy show to prejudge. Cover art focusing on an unrealistically busty young woman’s cleavage? Check. An MA15+ rating for “sexual references and nudity”? Check. An awkwardly-translated title? Check and check. Turns out I was wrong.
In its second season, Attack on Titan makes its explanations work by opening up more questions.
You know you’re onto a good thing when your primary complaint about it is that there isn’t enough of it.
I could not believe it. Trixie Mattel in the Hall of Fame and fans are calling it rigga morris?
I suppose this was inevitable. Adventure Time’s lustre was always going to fade for me at some point.