The Master of Ragnarok & Blesser of Einherjar – First Impressions

The Master of Ragnarok & Blesser of Einherjar. These Light Novel titles just keep getting longer, don't they? I mean, this is basically a sentence at this point... though there has been worse. I've read the first volume of this Light Novel. Haven't bothered picking up any of the following volumes, though, as it just …

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How Not To Summon A Demon Lord – First Impressions

Ohhh boy. I had so much fun ripping Seven Senses of Re'Union to shreds (check out that first impressions post HERE if you haven't read it already), I decided to keep going with the Isekai LN adaptations, to see if I could tear into anything else. How Not To Summon A Demon Lord has a little …

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A Descent Into Darkness: An analysis of Made in Abyss.

Made in Abyss blew the Summer 2017 season out of the water, giving us an incredible combination of fantasy and adventure, with a dark twist. Rewatching the show recently, i've seen some interesting storytelling elements that I didn't notice before, things that make the story have so much more depth that I originally believed. So, …

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Kino’s Journey – The Beautiful World -: First Impressions

Man, this season just keeps getting better and better. I saw the previews for this show during the summer season, and it looked interesting, but I never expected it to be anywhere close to as good as it is. Kino's Journey - The Beautiful World - is a sequel to the original Kino's Journey from …

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Made in Abyss: Final Thoughts

Made in Abyss was by far the biggest surprise for me this season. Giving us an unbelievable fantasy world with possibly the best first episode i've ever seen, Made in Abyss absolutely blew all the other shows this season out of the water. Combining and amazing soundtrack with incredible visuals, a compact cast of interesting …

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