Tag Archives: Gabriel DropOut
Winter 2017 Anime Awards
The first season of 2017 anime has drawn to a close, and it’s time for me to look back and pick out favourite moments and characters and other such stuff from it. This season gave us angels, demons, dragons, friends, … Continue reading
Rory’s Reviews: Gabriel DropOut
Gabriel DropOut is a 12 episode anime adaptation of the comedy manga by Ukami. The director for the anime was Masahiko Ohta, whilst it was written by Takashi Aoshima. The studio that produced it was Doga Kobo. The anime aired … Continue reading
Gabriel DropOut Episode 11: The Perfect High-Tech Wave
Gabriel DropOut‘s 11th episode shows us Satania adopting a new familiar, and Tapris visiting the human world again.
Gabriel DropOut Episode 10: Elite Familiar
The 10th episode of Gabriel DropOut gives us a glimpse at the families and homes of our main quartet of angels and demons.
Gabriel DropOut Episode 9: Play Angel Portable
The beginning of March seems like a fitting time to have a Christmas/New Year’s episode… well, that’s what Gabriel DropOut seems to believe, at least.
Gabriel DropOut Episode 8: Satanichia Time
Gabriel DropOut‘s eighth episode delves into the school life of the angels and demons.
Gabriel DropOut Episode 7: Bad to the Bone
This week, a get a Vigne-centric episode of Gabriel DropOut – one in which she tries to be demonic. Let’s take a look.
Winter 2017 Anime: Thoughts So Far
As we’re roughly halfway through the winter season of anime, I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the shows I chose to watch. I’ve been sharing my thoughts on Gabriel DropOut, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid and KiraKira ☆ PreCure a la … Continue reading
Gabriel DropOut Episode 6: Devil Python
As we hit the halfway point of Gabriel DropOut, we get an episode that shines the spotlight on Satanichia.
Gabriel DropOut Episode 5: My Presence is Payment Enough
The fifth episode of Gabriel DropOut introduces us to a new angel – one who quickly discovers that the certain angel she admired in angel school is no longer the person she thought she was.