It’s good to see Kyoto Animation back and seeming as strong as ever. After the horrible arson attack back in 2019 the future of this studio and its staff seemed uncertain. But to see them back and still producing anime of the quality they’re famous for is inspiring.
But I’m not here to talk about that, I’m here to talk about anime tiddies.
Continue reading “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid – Sometimes Ecchi Bugs me”
There’s a lot to be said about the sheer amount of isekai being adapted into anime these past few years. Stories about normal neets/office workers getting bumped into by Truck-Kun and then waking up in a fantasy world. Sometimes with a ridiculous superpower, sometimes without. But almost always being overpowered through some kind of advantage, be it natural or not.
Continue reading “What’s with all the video game mechanics in anime?”
Right from the beginning, something kind of bugged me about Peach Boy Riverside. After the initial couple of episodes, I noticed it started jumping around in time pretty drastically, skipping over the aftermath of pretty large cliff-hangers and not seeming to address them at all. Then I realised that we were starting to jump backwards in time with no real explanation and realised I had to start digging into this.
Continue reading “Peach Boy Riverside – Non-linear storytelling: Can I finish a thought?”