Angel Beats! was the first anime I cried to. No, scratch that. It was the first anime that left me utterly emotionally devastated after finishing the final episode. There had been emotional anime before, plenty of them in fact, but none hit home as well as Angel Beats! did. Continue reading
2013 has been a strange year of anime for me. For starters, there are only ten anime series that I feel genuinely soft for and out of those four happen to be leftovers from the previous year.
In addition, almost all of the anime on this list has one thing in common: they are “light and fluffy”. They could be labelled as “slice of life” and are generally heartwarming. Relaxing, happy and fun. Continue reading
This was easily one of the sweetest and most genuine moments in anime of 2013. Continue reading
It may not even have been a full year since GJ-bu ended, but nonetheless it has managed to find a place deep within my heart. Continue reading
Something has been wrong with me lately. There is this little anime I cannot get out of my head. With each new day I think of it more and more. I become all excited and happy about it for no apparent reason.
I think I may have gone mad. Continue reading
Note: This post contains spoilers on Eureka Seven AO and Eureka Seven. If you have not seen both of them, avoid this post.
It is okay if a sequel wants to be different from the original series.
It can have a different story, different characters or different themes.
But it should not go against everything the original series stood for, completely disregarding its message, unless there is a good reason for it.
This was the final straw for Eureka Seven AO.
In every other post I have pointed out what Eureka Seven AO did wrong on its own.
Now let me tell how you it completely ruined the ending Eureka Seven. Continue reading