Tag Archives: Attack on Titan
MCM London Comic Con Stuff
On Saturday, I ventured into London for the MCM Comic Con, and I’ll be sharing a little bit about my time there – mostly the items I picked up, but there are a couple of other things worth mentioning as … Continue reading
Summer 2018 Anime: What I Will Be Watching
A new season of anime draws ever closer, and as such it is time for me once again to pick out what shows I want to watch. I’ll be referring to AniChart and LiveChart for information about each show.
Rory’s Reviews: Attack on Titan Season 2
The anime adaptation of Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan manga returns after a four year absence with the second season. The director for this season of the anime was Masashi Koizuka, and the music was composed by Hiroyuki Sawano. The … Continue reading
Spring 2017 Anime: First Impressions
A new season of anime has started, and as such it’s about that time again where I share my initial thoughts on each of the shows I have chosen to watch. We’re now in the second week of the season, … Continue reading
Spring 2017 Anime: What I Will Be Watching
As the winter season of anime draws to an end, it’s about time to look forward to what will be airing next season. For this season, there isn’t anything that really jumps out at as something I’d like to cover … Continue reading
Rory’s Reviews: Attack on Titan: Junior High
Attack on Titan: Junior High is a high school alternate universe parody of Attack on Titan. Originally a manga series written and illustrated by Saki Nakagawa, the animated adaptation was produced by Production I.G.
Rory’s 3DS Game of July 2015
For this month, there have been two games that I’ve considered featuring for this section. Whilst in both you control characters that wield blades, the enemies you fight are different. So the question is, which 3DS game will I be … Continue reading
A Look Back at the Anime of 2013
Every year, there are four seasons worth of anime to watch. Some shows might stretch over multiple seasons, whilst others can only be as short as four episodes. I’m going to take a look back at the anime I watched … Continue reading
London MCM Comic Con Summary
Well, I’ve returned from the London MCM Comic Con, a fair bit poorer than I was before. I guess it would be fitting to go over what happened there, then.