Maou-sama is one of the few shows that stands out among this season’s pack, offering a splendid interplay between the generic and the original. Advertisements
Starkly contrasting the horrific pacing issues with the last two episodes, the third finally settles in with a more milquetoast attitude.
With a discombobulated splurge of infodumps and perpetually gloomy characters, Shingeki no Kyojin is the same as ever—bleak, grim, and downright melodramatic.
This episode of Aku no Hana tells its tale in a more conventional style than the previous. And despite some hiccups with the rotoscoping, it manages to work its wonders yet again.
Here we have another season of Railgun, and boy has the Index franchise have had its ups and downs.
When you watch a high school club romcom adapted from a light novel with an elephantine title, you can just expect it to be an archetypal story played ad nauseam. It can be a bit of a shock then, if the show manages to pleasantly surprise you. While Yahari largely sticks to its guns with […]
Devil Survivor 2 continues to convince me that video game adaptations are a terrible idea.