Darling in the Franxx Review

Synopsis In a distant future, humanity lives in mobile cities on a wasteland threatened by massive semi-mechanical creatures called klaxosaurs. Specially-chosen children are given code numbers rather than names and prepped to become Parasites, members of a male-female team (the boy is the stamen, the girl is the pistil) which will pilot mecha called FRANXX to … Continue reading Darling in the Franxx Review

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Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms Review

Originally published on The Fandom Post What They Say: The people of Iolph live far away from the lands of men, weaving the happenings of each day into a fabric called Hibiol. They live for centuries while maintaining their youthful appearance. Maquia, an orphaned Iorph girl, lives her life in an oasis surrounded by friends, … Continue reading Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms Review

Ajin Season 1 Complete Collection DVD Review

Originally published on The Fandom Post. An entertaining, if overly cynical, supernatural thriller. What They Say: Kei Nagai is just an ordinary high school student until he’s run over by a truck and doesn’t die. Kei discovers he’s an Ajin-a demi-human with the power to come back to life whenever he dies. Ajin are hunted … Continue reading Ajin Season 1 Complete Collection DVD Review

Fate/Stay Night Heaven’s Feel: Presage Flower Review

Spoiler warning for Heaven's Feel part one in the first two paragraphs. I'll also include Fate and Unlimited Blade Works spoilers throughout because you need to know the previous routes to fully understand Heaven's Feel. Some movies are defined by a single scene. It could be the best part, the worst part, or simply the most memorable, … Continue reading Fate/Stay Night Heaven’s Feel: Presage Flower Review

Blame! Review

Synopsis In the distant future, humanity has built a massive city run by machines that both build it and defend against intruders. When people suddenly lost the ability to control the robots, the machines began attacking humans indiscriminately and took over the city. Many generations later, the only known enclave of humanity is a small … Continue reading Blame! Review