What would you do if you found a way to punish those who do wrong?
Death is a difficult thing to deal with. Particularly if it is the premature death of a young person. Beyond the grief of the family and friends left behind is the question of what is to happens next? Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files gives us one version of what could happen. In 1990, the manga version… Continue reading Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files: An Anime Review
Sometimes you need an anime that is a little bit more innocent.
Some animes are great because they are bright and happy. Even when faced with hard times they have an overall good feeling. They are important because they are able to help viewers remember that beauty and light can be found everywhere. Cardcaptor Sakura is an anime that brings joy to so many people. As is… Continue reading Cardcaptor Sakura: An Anime Review
Everyone has different versions of themselves that they present to the world. Who we are at work or school verses who we are when in the comfort of our own homes. Sometimes these worlds collide before we are ready. In Maid Sama! that is exactly what happens. Misaki Ayuzawa is a girl on a mission.… Continue reading Maid-Sama!: An Anime Review
At Zenkaikon this year, I had the pleasure of meeting Lizbeth Jimenez, the author of the manga Sacred. I was first attracted to her booth because of the artwork hung around it. She creates anime style artwork that's both adorable and creepy. It's exactly my aesthetic. I decided to pick up volume one of Sacred because of it.… Continue reading Review: Sacred, Vol. 1 (Manga)
Sword Art Online is an anime series about a multiplayer game based on a manga of the same title. It originally aired in 2012 and is comprised of three seasons. When the MMORPG that everyone is talking about is finally released gamers cannot wait to get into the game. Sword Art Online is created and… Continue reading Sword Art Online: An Anime Review