Category Archives: Animation

Digimon Tri (Reunion)

This week we will see another trip down memory lane and these days it seems they have built a high-speed mag-lev train so people can escape the modern day. This trip takes us back to Digimon and we follow the old cast from the original

Gundam Build Fighters

We all know and love the Gundam franchise, while others like One Piece and JoJos seem to be running without stop the Gundam line has been it’s own medium running along in the background, made up of dozens of TV series, movies, stage plays and

Miss Kobayashi Dragon Maid

At the back end of 2016, I caught wind of this anime, Miss Kobayashi Dragon Maid, and the preview was a dragon becomes a maid/slave to a salary woman. It was pretty tame compared to the bizarre real life of 2016 but we suspected it would

Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale

When Sword Art Online Season 2 finished airing in 2014, I put the series to rest having thoroughly enjoyed it but unsure as where they would go from there in terms of interesting new plots. I dabbled in reading the progressive novels and played the

Nanbaka Season 2

If you haven’t read my review of the first season of Nanbaka you can do so here. Welcome back for season 2 of Nanbaka the prison based gag anime which follows the exploits of 4 prisoners from the world’s most heavily guarded prison, all of

Konosuba: God’s Gift On This World (Season 2)

When it comes to Anime it’s always great to be able to sit down and relax after a long day with a simple yet hilarious comedy and, once again, we go back and join our four favourite idiotic adventurers in Konosuba: God’s Gift On This

Fuuka

I’ll be straight with you, being a mackem this anime attracted me because the title sounds like regional slang, you can see it too don’t lie. Looking closer you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover this is a sequel to Suzuka. If you haven’t seen Suzuka

A Silent Voice

I’ll be honest, I don’t like small kids very much. I mention this because I get the feeling that A Silent Voice might be agreeing with me. Let’s start with the short version. In elementary school our protagonist, Shoya Ishida, ruthlessly bullied a deaf girl

Review: Drifters

Crossovers are nothing new, nor is the concept of taking characters out of their own time zones to try and have some epic war (to this day I still shudder at the thought of ‘The Five Doctors) and yet Drifters is a thing, bringing together

Review: ReLIFE

January rolls on and catch-up season is in full swing. First on my list of things I didn’t watch in 2016 was ReLIFE, and yet another high school romcom. What makes ReLIFE any different to the God only knows how many other shows in the