Monthly Archives: June 2016
Rory’s Reviews: Three Leaves, Three Colors
Three Leaves, Three Colors (or Sansha Sanyou) is a 12 episode slice of life comedy anime adapted from the manga written by Cherry Arai. The three main characters all have the kanji for leaf in their names when they are … Continue reading
Rory’s Reviews: My Hero Academia Season One
My Hero Academia is a superhero anime adapted from the manga written by Kohei Horikoshi. The first season consists of thirteen episodes. The anime was directed by Kenji Nagasaki, written by Yosuke Kuroda and produced by the Bones studio.
Rory’s Reviews: Pan de Peace!
Pan de Peace! is a thirteen-episode slice of life anime adapted from the manga written by Emily. Each episode runs for a little over three minutes. The anime was directed by Hatsuki Tsuji, produced by Matsuhashi Atsuitari and written by … Continue reading
Rory’s Reviews: High School Fleet
High School Fleet (also known as Haifuri) is a twelve-episode military science fiction anime series. It was produced by Production IMS, and the director was Yuu Nobuta. Reiko Yoshida handled series composition, character designs were by Naoto Nakamura and the … Continue reading
Rory’s Wii U Game of June 2016
For my Wii U Game of the Month for July, I will be featuring a game that combines two franchises together. One franchise comes from Nintendo, and the other from Atlus. Music and idols play a key part in this … Continue reading
Rory’s Reviews: Anne-Happy
Anne-Happy is a 12 episode slice of life comedy anime, adapted from the manga written by Cotoji. The director for the anime was Shin Ōnuma, whilst the writer was Hitoshi Tanaka. The studio that produced it was Silver Link.
Summer 2016 Anime: What I Will Be Watching
The next season of anime is rapidly approaching, so it’s about that time that I take a look at the shows that interest me. As ever, information comes from TV Tropes and AniChart. I’ve also included PVs where possible.
Rory’s Reviews: BAKUON!!
BAKUON!! is a twelve-episode slice-of-life comedy series about a group of girls in their school’s motorcycle club. The original manga was written by Mimana Orimoto, whilst it was adapted into an anime by the studio TMS Entertainment. The director for … Continue reading
Rory’s Reviews: Kumamiko -Girl Meets Bear
Kumamiko -Girl Meets Bear is a twelve-episode (plus two OVAs) slice-of-life comedy anime adapted from the manga series of the same name by Masume Yoshimoto. The director for the anime was Kiyoshi Matsuda, whilst it was written by Pierre Sugiura … Continue reading