Monthly Archives: February 2018
It’s only taken six episodes, but Maerchen Maedchen now actually has something resembling a proper opening animation rather than scenes taken from the show and put together – it seems there was a reason we had to wait, and that … Continue reading
You know, it feels like time is just flying by recently. It seems like only yesterday that the current season of anime started, but we are now already halfway through. This season has been a pretty spectacular one so far, … Continue reading
With volume three providing one of my favourite moments from the entire series, the fourth volume of Magical Girl Site certainly has its work cut out to maintain that same level of quality. New characters are introduced in this volume, … Continue reading
As you might expect, the second episode of Hugtto! PreCure introduces the second Cure. So, how is Saaya’s debut as a legendary warrior? Well, let’s take a look at the episode and find out.
Brace yourself for more suffering, as I will be taking a look at the third volume of Magical Girl Site. Poor Aya Asagiri has gone through so much, but there is even more in store for her in this volume … Continue reading
All right, not going to leave this until the last minute, unlike last month. Though Bayonetta 2 is being released for the Switch later on this month, it is not the game I intend to feature here. I have pre-ordered … Continue reading
Previously, Kanami and her allies ended up clashing with Yukari’s elite guards. Whilst that was happening, Ellen marched straight up to the enemy. It is in this episode that we get to see just what Ellen plans on doing.
The date of the preliminary match between the Japanese and Coalition schools draws nearer in episode 5 of Maerchen Maedchen. Meanwhile, Hazuki comes to terms with the events of the previous episode.
Well, I guess I’ve decided to cover the newest season of PreCure: Hugtto! PreCure. Before this first episode, the information I saw about it gave me the impression that this season would be returning to a more traditional style of … Continue reading
Volume three of Puella Magi Homura Tamura ~ Parallel Worlds Do Not Remain Parallel Forever~ is the final volume of AFRO’s Madoka comedy spin-off. I think it is worth pointing out that AFRO is also the original creator of the … Continue reading