If there is one thing I truly regret ignoring on the summer 2018 anime list, it was probably Grand Blue. I didn't even give a chance to take a single glance at its first episode and was only eyeing on more popular titles such as the second cour of My Hero Academia Season 3, Cells … Continue reading Grand Blue Review – It Won’t Make You Blue!
For some reason, I missed one of the anime shows I was eyeing on the Winter 2018 anime list. It was a great relief I was able to find a large amount of time to watch Grancrest Senki despite the toxicity that's been going around with my profession. Any anime series that falls under the … Continue reading Grancrest Senki Review: Another Generic Fantasy in the Chaotic World?
In every battlefield, victory is achieved with great minds and actions. The alliance should come up with clever ideas and well-planned military operation to rule the land. One must be capable to identify threats and be fully responsive when massive crisis arises. Without such considerations, everyone will end up nothing but with fresh blood gushing … Continue reading 10 Military Anime Series That Will Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat
One simple thing that is truly fascinating about My Hero Academia is how it manages to keep the enjoyment and intensity from its generic superhero formula where the protagonist brings out all his best to become the greatest hero. It sounds plain, but a lot of people appreciate not just how the young characters significantly … Continue reading Why Deku Deserves the Best Spotlight in the Shounen Universe
Nothing had driven me to watch Made in Abyss aside from my strong curiosity on its growing popularity on various anime sites not to mention it was Crunchyroll's Anime of the Year in 2017. That moment, my world had been all about the popular second season of My Hero Academia, and following the fandom was everything I … Continue reading Made in Abyss Review – Descending to the Beautiful Depths