Yu-Gi-Oh! has always been a series about dichotomies. The premise draws from the same well of ideas about “shadow selves” that would go on to make Persona 4 such a hit with the next generation of edgelord teens, and the legendarily brutal edit job it received during 4Kids […]
I never thought something would make me appreciate the artistry of Urotsukidoji in hindsight, but here we are.
It turns out one does not simply “get over” Yu-Gi-Oh.
I am in fact a Big Fan of this movie. Years of dealing with the marketing machine and hardcore Eva fans might have something to do with that. And yet I completely understand the utter despair of the poor newbies who were seeing it for the first time.
In which I am the Designated Eva Liker but that doesn’t mean it isn’t time to dig into the parts where the show just falls to pieces on itself (like forgetting to give decent closure to most of its female cast).
Not too long ago I had the fortune of acting as a the dubiously expert Evangelion fan for some newcomers in a watchalong podcast. It was utterly delightful to watch them experience the show for the first time and soak in my complicated affection for the show. The […]
It’s that time again. This season doesn’t have many ultra strandouts, aside of the stellar Stars Align, but there are a lot of strong midtier offerings. Like last season, I’m including links to every premiere review, not just mine.
Well, if you’ve ever wanted to hear me get choked up about a cartoon duck (twice!) this is the aural experience for you.
I’ve mentioned my love of the adorable ballet duck show before, but this time I got a chance to go back through it with two charming colleagues who’d never seen it before. It was, in fact, a delight.
This shaping up to be one of the strongest overall seasons in a while–there’re more than three shows that I’m actually excited to keep up with rather than obligated–I’m going to go ahead and include the full AniFem digest here, so y’all can also see the stuff I […]