This week on Crunchyroll, I indulge in a bit of speculation about where Darling in the Franxx is heading with all of its ongoing mysteries. I still have some concerns about what kind of themes it's going for, but I'm still in it for the long haul. It helps that the narrative itself has plenty … Continue reading Crunchyroll Feature-Dr. Franxx’s Past and Squad 13’s Breaking Point: What’s Next for DARLING in the FRANXX
Note: I'm basing all of this on the anime adaptations of Tokyo Ghoul, not the manga. Spoiler warning for Tokyo Ghoul:re through episode 8 Haise Sasaki is going to face a difficult decision very soon: whether to continue with his current life as CCG inspector Haise Sasaki, or return to his old life as Ken … Continue reading Past or Present? Haise Sasaki’s Choice in Tokyo Ghoul:re
To celebrate Shinichiro Watanabe's birthday today, I took a look at the genre mixing he did in Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo (which also gave me a chance to revisit Samurai Champloo after so many years). Read the full article on Crunchyroll
Today on Crunchyroll, I wrote about just how much Anzu adds to Hinamatsuri, especially in light of her heartwarming story in the latest episode. Read the full article on Crunchyroll
For my first Crunchyroll quiz, I gave you an opportunity to find out what your Devil Fruit power would be in the world of One Piece. Take the quiz on Crunchyroll!
After such a strong episode last week, I had a lot of thoughts on what Hiro and Zero Two's relationship means for them and why it's so compelling in spite of Franxx's other flaws. Read the full article on Crunchyroll.
Today on Crunchyroll, I went over the major members of the Charlotte Family. The wedding is only just starting and it's already chaotic, so hopefully this guide will be able to clarify who's important going ahead. Read the full article on Crunchyroll
Originally published on The Fandom Post. Out of all the anime lost to the depths of licensing hell, few are as well known as Monster. Based on Naoki Urasawa’s manga of the same name, Monster originally aired in Japan in 2004, but remained unlicensed until Viz Media picked it up in 2009. Viz produced … Continue reading Unfinished Business: Monster
Spoiler warning for Steins;Gate. It's been a long wait, but the anime adaptation of Steins;Gate 0 is finally set to air in just a couple of weeks. I make no secret of the fact that I love Steins;Gate, but I also know that the time travel elements can be confusing, especially since it's been seven … Continue reading What You Need To Know Before You Start Steins;Gate 0
Warning: Spoilers for Fate/Extra: Last Encore up to episode 9. The world of Fate/Extra: Last Encore is unique in the Fate multiverse. Part of that is due to the science fiction elements of the Moon Cell compared to the typical urban fantasy setting from other versions, but there's more to it than that. Other entries in … Continue reading Fate/Extra: Last Encore-A Story That Has Already Ended