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As the year of 2022 comes to an end, I shall be looking back upon it; more specifically, looking upon the anime that aired. This year I watched a grand total of fifty-four different series. I shall now be whittling … Continue reading
Yet another season of anime has come to an end, so I’ll be looking back at what I watched and celebrating all my favourite things from it. The shows I watched: BIRDIE WING -Golf Girls’ Story- Black Rock Shooter: Dawn … Continue reading
The Executioner and Her Way of Life is a twelve-episode anime adaptation of the light novel series of the same name written by Mato Sato and illustrated by nilitsu. The director of the anime was Yoshiki Kawasaki, and the writer … Continue reading
Menou’s journey takes her to the west in the third volume of Mato Sato’s The Executioner and Her Way of Life light novel series. To the west, into the harsh heat of a desert.
Menou has quite a fight on her hands in the eleventh episode of The Executioner and Her Way of Life. Fortunately, she has at least one capable ally nearby who is willing to lend a hand.
The time to confront Manon Libelle has arrived at last in the tenth episode of The Executioner and Her Way of Life. She is more than prepared to face the fate that awaits her.
Menou and Momo are searching for information in the ninth episode of The Executioner and Her Way of Life. One attends a ball, whilst the other infiltrates a manor.
Menou finds herself a little strapped for cash in the eighth episode of The Executioner and Her Way of Life, so she takes on a job from the church.
We have now passed the halfway point of the spring 2022 season of anime, so it’s that time again: I will be sharing my thoughts on all the shows I have been watching this season. A lot of strong content … Continue reading
The seventh episode of The Executioner and Her Way of Life takes into the adaptation of the second volume of the light novel series, with Menou and Akari arriving at the Port City Libelle. The arrival of Flarette doesn’t go … Continue reading