Monthly Archives: January 2020
Once again it is time for us to delve into the daily life of an adorable dragon and the people closest to her. Here’s my thoughts on the sixth volume of Mitsuhiro Kimura’s Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Kanna’s Daily Life … Continue reading
All right, let’s do this one more time. With the end of Star ☆ Twinkle PreCure, it is now time for me to rank each season of PreCure in the order I enjoyed them, from least to most. Naturally, this … Continue reading
Star ☆ Twinkle PreCure is the sixteenth instalment of Toei’s Pretty Cure franchise, and the first series released in the Reiwa period. This season of PreCure has forty-nine episodes. The director was Hiroaki Miyamoto, it was produced by Akari Yanagawa … Continue reading
I’ve read and reviewed many Madoka spin-off manga, and Magia Record is the next one that I shall be turning my attention towards. It is an adaptation of the mobile game, though I haven’t played it since it is not … Continue reading
The cells return in the second volume of Cells at Work! Code Black, and they are as hard-pressed as ever to ensure the body keeps functioning. That becomes quite a struggle when the body itself is subject to all sorts … Continue reading
Time for another double dose of BanG Dream!. The competition for the BanG Dream! Girls Band Challenge is fierce, so certain groups decide that they should create music videos to try and fight back.
My first Game of the Month for the year of 2020 is a crossover title that was originally released on the Wii U – and one that ties in quite nicely to a certain piece of news that has come … Continue reading
Well now, looks like I was wrong about episode forty-eight being the last one. So, here’s one more episode review of Star ☆ Twinkle PreCure. Getting to this point involved a sacrifice, but things aren’t over just yet.
Chidori RSC is a twelve episode anime adaptation of the Rifle is Beautiful manga written and illustrated by Salmiakki. The director of the show was Masanori Takahashi, and it was written by Tatsuya Takahashi. Music was provided by Satoshi Hono. … Continue reading
Things turn intense in the fifth volume of Nyoijizai’s Harukana Receive, as the final match of Okinawa regional qualifiers gets underway. It may just be the most important game of beach volleyball for Haruka and Kanata yet, and their opponents … Continue reading