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 […]
This series is made possible by a commission from Frank Hecker. You can find out more about commissions here. Intro / Previous Go for Broke! “To risk everything in the hope of having great success.” Origin: American, from the gambling game craps (y’know, like Guys & Dolls? No? Just me?). […]
Yup, it’s that time again. This has been a pretty spare season for new full-length premieres, basically boiling down to “Ikuhara and some also-rans.” (Though barely anything that I actively hated, so.)
Soubi Yamamoto is an absolutely criminally underrated director, and all four of her OVAs are available for streaming if you’re in the US/Canada. A must-watch of positive BL.
This series is made possible by a commission from Frank Hecker. You can find out more about commissions here. Intro / Previous It has been a hot minute—DOUBLE DECKER has come, gone, and been soul-crushingly disappointing, and there’s still neither hide nor hair of the supposed second season we were […]
There’s trash and then there’s TRASH. Ah, I remember it well.
It has some spots that haven’t aged well (fantasy racism!), but this is definitely the best encapsulation of 90s anime trends and emotional beats with a minimal amount of bullshit, if you’ve ever wanted to watch something throwback. I still like it a lot.
This is a pretty slim season for new series–lot of sequels and continuations. And it’s winter, which is always sort of the dump season anyway. Still, there’s a few potential gems.
Part two of the faves list! You can read part one here. I’m gonna level with y’all, you’re gonna recognize some of the titles on this one.
This site turned five years old back in October, and I’ve been thinking about how to celebrate it. I initially did a list of my top 20 anime back in 2014, and a lot can change in almost half a decade. While I’d still stand by the titles […]