My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax Episode 3 Review

This episode is centered around the preparations surrounding the upcoming school prom. Hachiman has mostly tried his best to stay out of it—letting Yukino do this on her own as requested. Of course, that’s not to say that he at least a bit worried about her. After all, something all-too-similar happened before when a popular-yet-unexperienced student leader roped Yukino into helping with a major school … Continue reading My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax Episode 3 Review

Japan Sinks: 2020 Episodes 1-2 Review

It’s sort of amazing that Japan Sinks: 2020 has landed on us at such a perfect time. I mean, you’re telling me that a story about natural disasters with apocalyptic scenarios just happened to debut this year? Yes. And we’re so happy it did. Previously updated for the modern day, this story begins with the Mutoh family. After spending time during a trip abroad, Mari Mutoh … Continue reading Japan Sinks: 2020 Episodes 1-2 Review

Fruits Basket Anime Episode 38 Review

Ah, finally. We get to review the fun, light-hearted anime that is Fruits Basket. In this episode, it mostly features the side characters. Unfortunately, despite the episode’s intentions, it’s lacking the thought put into which characters are chosen to forward the plot. Seriously, Kakeru, Kimi, and Naohito? For the longest time, Yuki has kept his feelings of inferiority toward Kyo hidden with blatant aggression. At … Continue reading Fruits Basket Anime Episode 38 Review

Princess Connect! Re:Dive’s Final Episode Review

After 13 beautifully animated episodes, we’ve finally reached the finale! During the last parts of the episode, Pecorine, Karyl, and Kokkoro were whisked away by Labyrista when they found themselves in over their heads during the fight against the giant shadow monster that had been unleashed on the castle town. Awaking inside what appears to be the castle, Kokkoro stumbles across a painting which shows … Continue reading Princess Connect! Re:Dive’s Final Episode Review

Kaguya-sama: Love is War Season 2 Ep. 12 Finale

Kaguya-sama: Love is War’s finale leaves us with both a hilarious, but heartfelt ending. During the beginning of the episode, the first 2 parts are dedicated to finding Kaguya’s flip phone full of sentimental photos. Unfortunately, her phone is broken, leaving her without any of the lost photos taken during student council. Fortunately for her, she gets a new smartphone and can now join LINE, … Continue reading Kaguya-sama: Love is War Season 2 Ep. 12 Finale

A Whisker Away Movie Review + Basic Plot

A Whisker Away follows the tale of a young girl Miyo Sasaki, who struggles with her everyday teenage life as she balances separation, disconnect, and unrequited love. Things begin to pick up once she encounters a strange cat spirit known as the Mask Seller. Promising the answer to all her problems, the feline apparition offers a cat mask that allows Miyo to shape-shift into a … Continue reading A Whisker Away Movie Review + Basic Plot

Princess Connect! Re:Dive’s Episode 12 Review

In which Karyl learns to confront her belief system and add more mysteries to solve. Karyl’s viewpoints are pretty cynical: survival for the fittest. She’s convinced herself that it’s the one true answer, that might makes right–and those who are kind or nice just get taken advantage of. This, mindset, obviously offers multiple moral dilemmas, none of which matter to Karyl because of her views. … Continue reading Princess Connect! Re:Dive’s Episode 12 Review

My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! EP 12 Review

Twelves episodes of unwarranted seduction and such has finally led us to the end of the season. The villainess is well and the “good ending” was reached! What more can there be in the final conclusion? Well… Alright, I’m gonna level with you. The whole “Sirius Dieke” stuff was never going to be the story’s strongest material, because My Next Life as a Villainess is, (and always … Continue reading My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! EP 12 Review

Sing “Yesterday” For Me’s Finale Episode Review

Something caught us completely off-guard during the production of this review: remember how Sing “Yesterday” for Me was set for 18 episodes? Well… turns out that it also counted the other six shorts that came with the episodes brodcasted on TV, and of which hasn’t been uploaded to Chrunchyroll (much to our frustration). So I guess this marks the final episodes in the series. And … Continue reading Sing “Yesterday” For Me’s Finale Episode Review