Okko’s Inn Review
Film Review

Okko’s Inn Review

Okko’s Inn Review
Okko’s Inn is an entertaining and often poignant film that deals with its themes maturely but also with a warmth that makes it accessible for a younger audience but deep enough for older viewers to appreciate too. Director Kitarô Kôsaka shows some promise and I look forward to their future works.
• 8th October 2019
Tokyo Ghoul: re Volume 12 Review
Manga Review

Tokyo Ghoul: re Volume 12 Review

Tokyo Ghoul: re Volume 12 Review
Volume 12 presents a considerable turning point in the overall narrative as Kaneki finally finds true companionship, we get two weddings, and investigators within the CCG begin to see the problems with Furuta’s vicious regime. 
• 1st October 2019
Overlord III Review
Anime Review

Overlord III Review

Overlord III Review
Overlord III is stronger than the previous season in its approach to exploring its world and showcasing the advancements in Ainz's kingdom-building. Where its flaws lie are in some wonky CGI and a lack of tension in places due to Ainz's level of control.
• 22nd September 2019
Silver Spoon Volume 10 Manga Review
Manga Review

Silver Spoon Volume 10 Manga Review

Silver Spoon Volume 10 Manga Review
Volume 10 is a lot of fun, as is expected for Silver Spoon, and maintains the quality in story and characters established by mangaka Hiromu Arakawa so far. We get some character development for Hachiken and Komaba, get to witness the production and sale of sausages and meet a colourful new character in Shingo's Russian wife Alexandra.
• 15th September 2019
Sky Hawk Review
Manga Review

Sky Hawk Review

Sky Hawk Review
Sky Hawk is a western-themed manga that tells the story of two former samurai, Hikosaburô Soma and Manzô Shiotsu, who in May 1869 crossed to San Francisco on an immigrant ship to seek a new world. The two samurai thought they had left behind the way of Bushido but find themselves embroiled in the awful conflicts between the Native American tribes and the American government.
• 13th August 2019