What happens when you mix the mockumentary style of the BBC classic The Office with one of the biggest entertainment companies in Korea? You get YG Future Strategy Office. Now, a lot of people may suddenly be very concerned about this but bear with this, because, in my opinion, this has been the funniest thing I have watched in a very long time.
In the light of day and in the dead of night, mysterious horrors await in the darkest shadows of every corner. Ito Junji: Collection is a compilation series of horror stories that were originally written by Ito Junji - a popular mangaka known for his stories and art style, often making him one of the most talented horror creators. However, perhaps I should have just gone for the medium it was intended to be enjoyed as.
The Kuroshitsuji movie is based off the Luxury Liner arc of the manga. I was quite excited to finally watch the movie, but, unfortunately, it wasn't what I expected at all. I'm assuming a part of my dissatisfaction with the movie comes from the fact that the Book of Atlantic arc isn't exactly a favourite of mine in the manga, but I also found a couple of things about the movie that really annoyed me, regardless of my preferences from the manga.
Imagine a world where humans and demi-humans co-exist. They go to work, they go to school... I have seen a lot of shows, that just don't go into detail about the characters. They introduce them and that's that. That's their personality, we're going to stick with that for 12 episodes with absolutely no development whatsoever. This is where Demi-chan is different.
This season, for me, will probably work like the last, where I explicitly said I wouldn't be watching any seasonal anime. Last season, it was mostly due to finishing university, graduating and getting ready to start working. For this season, my reasoning is just the mere fact I don't really have the time to keep up with seasonal anime. And regional differences.
Sometimes chasing for the cute boys in anime really isn't worth it. Butlers is a show with a lot of problems.
Now that the Summer 2018 season is finally over, it's time to see how accurate I actually was in my picks. I'm going to be going through reviews and looking at scores and statistics in order to get an overview on the anime I selected in my What To Watch post and see how accurate I was in my predictions.
By now, you should all know that I like sports anime and I like idol anime. They're two types of anime with similar features and story lines, both just as dramatic and thrilling to watch. So, when I heard about an anime that had both horse racing and idol elements involved, I was certainly intrigued. Even from the synopsis, I knew I was going to enjoy this.
The more I read the synopsis for this show, the more it blows my mind. What started off as a bit of meme eventually turned out to be quite a good comedy show and, well, I was definitely surprised. Although the synopsis sounds like three shows put together, it works. And although the show doesn't get the greatest of starts, I'm here to tell you why you should at least give it a chance.
It's a question that everyone's asked at least once. Just how do you raise a pet child mummy? Well, luckily for us, the guys over at 8bit made us an extremely cute guide for when we stumble upon a mummy and adopt it as our pet! I realise that this is a rather short review, but the simplicity of the show really does make it hard to comment on. Not only that, but I'd only be repeating myself from my First Impressions post from earlier this year.