Compared to cases where personal preferences is what makes all the difference between watching and dropping a show halfway, this is one quite different. To not continue to watch a show because of being spoiled is one of the rarer cases that though, rare as it may sound, is a possibility for many.
Imagine you heard it accidentally. Imagine one day after a long day you are surfing through the nebula of the Internet like usual then the next thing you know your eyes are accidentally and suddenly subjected to a fierce barrage of spoilers that your mind wasn’t quick enough to not process. Continue reading
For as long as I can remember young fictional protagonists with the mission to complete their academic duties have been rigorously attending school despite all odds. Hindered by implausible situations, aliens, nude characters that appear in one’s room because clothing doesn’t travel well between dimensions, and fantastic formidable foes illegally visiting the planet from unknown worlds because one dimension is not enough, the path to successfully graduate is nothing short of problematical and arduous one. Continue reading
Expectations, expectations. What a word. Some stories reach their high point early, others like to take their sweet time. Expectations from Urobuchi’s latest project set the bar high for Psycho-Pass before the season even began. How great is Psycho-Pass going to be, what is it going to bring, why should I stick with it. Continue reading
Remember that oblivious easy going friend back in school who was always upbeat always mysteriously in a good mood for no apparent reason. The classmate who got himself or herself in trouble and sometimes made you tag along for the ride. This is the same person who sometimes said and acted in ways that didn’t make a whole lot of sense, to many even to this day. Torako is that type of person. Not a whole lot intelligent with a short attention span and neither a lot coherent nor consistent. But much fun to be around. Continue reading
I remember back in the day I read Code Breaker’s first chapters just to be put on indefinite hold once there were no more translated releases in months ending up being forever forgotten with all other manga that took too long to be picked up by any translation groups, or really anyone. I can tell you I’m glad I stopped reading it back then because the animated version is a real treat. Continue reading
In The Experiment Series we’ve watched backwards, without sound, without subtitles, and so many others. A fundamental aspect in the art of experimenting that hasn’t been addressed, that is, one of the barriers that hasn’t been broken until now is to fully portray we mean and actually do here.
There is only so much that can be explained with words and clever pictures about how the experiments are carried out. The opportunity has presented to take it to the next level Continue reading
Based on the general consensus I watched Joshiraku for the first time expecting it to be completely cryptic like alien written in ancient tablets, too difficult and obscure to remotely understand it. Based on the general consensus Joshiraku would be incomprehensible, very much Japanese-only, providing the ultimate realization of knowing a show isn’t meant for you. In fact, they are not so wrong about that. Continue reading