Anime Review: Another

The anime Another is one of the best examples of what makes Japanese horror so unique that I have ever watched.  It’s gory and bloody, but not in the ‘Have a pile of body parts’ way that a lot of American horror is.  It has a plot, it has interesting characters, and it makes you think.  It was produced in 2012 by P. A. Works based on the novels by Yukito Ayatsuji, and for a ten year old anime, I think it still makes an incredible showing.… Read More Anime Review: Another

Anime Review: March Comes in Like a Lion

Honestly, it’s likely one of the few anime that ever really gets to me. That’s because the anime is both subtle and incredibly evocative of other shows and series you may have seen before. Yet, where those anime may fall short, March Comes in Like a Lion doesn’t. This anime stands its ground quite well, despite what it has to offer.… Read More Anime Review: March Comes in Like a Lion

Anime Review: A Little Snow Fairy Sugar

Today we’re going to talk about a series that’s gentle and easy to watch. However, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows either. Sometimes this anime is a little bitter-sweet and contemplative above all else. While it touches on the subject of loss, you’ll find the themes to be easily digestible and never too dark. Today I’m talking about A Little Snow Fairy Sugar.… Read More Anime Review: A Little Snow Fairy Sugar

Anime Review: A Place Further than the Universe

One of the most notable anime of that year is A Place Further than the Universe. It’s also known in Japan as Sora yori mo Tōi Basho. The series was released in January of 2018 and finished around March of that same year. Written by Jukki Hanada and featuring amazing character designs by Takahiro Yoshimatsu, the series started off on a strong foot for that alone.… Read More Anime Review: A Place Further than the Universe