Anime Review

Anime Review

Samurai Bride

It’s been many months since Muneakira Yagyu and his Master Samurai girls defeated the great evil Gisen; now he’s back from his journey of training and longs to see how his dojo is doing. But…

• July 11, 2015
Anime Review

Tiger & Bunny: The Rising

The annual Justice Day festival is about to take place in Stern Bild City, commemorating the legend of the city’s origins and the terrible punishment meted out to the first inhabitants by the…

• July 7, 2015
Anime Review

Kill la Kill Volume 3

Warning: contains spoilers.

“Dressing with style is akin to issuing a manifesto; dressing fashionably is like signing a petition.” – Jani Allan. 

It is the third and final…

• June 29, 2015
Anime Review

One Piece Volume 10

Episodes 230-252, may contain spoilers.

Love is whatever you can still betray. Betrayal can only happen if you love.” – John le Carre.

This latest collection of One Piece

• June 14, 2015
Anime Review

One Piece: Film Z

Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates are enjoying a little down time on their ship, the Sunny, when they encounter a formidable foe. The embittered Z, once the honoured Marine Admiral Zephyr, has …

• May 29, 2015
Anime Review


Quiet, unassuming fifteen-year-old Mikado Ryugamine moves from his safe but boring countryside home to Ikebukuro, Tokyo to start high school with his old friend Masaomi Kida – and witnesses…

• May 20, 2015
Anime Review

Log Horizon Volume 2

“Probably the battle of Waterloo was won on the playing-fields of Eton, but the opening battles of all subsequent wars have been lost there.” – George Orwell.

Continuing …

• May 17, 2015
Anime Review

Parasyte: The Maxim

The manga series Parasyte (Hitoshi Awaaki) was launched in 1988 and concluded in 1995. Twenty years after finishing its run in afternoon magazine Parasyte was finally awarded its own anime…

• May 4, 2015
Anime Review

Gatchaman Crowds

“Bird, go!”

Tachikawa City, 2015. A boy genius, Rui Ninomiya, has created GALAX, an altruistic interactive IT system with which he hopes to change the world – for the better. The CROWDS…

• April 27, 2015
Anime Review

Harlock Space Pirate

“What is it that haunts space where matter is found?” – Arthur Eddington

Leiji Matusmoto is the creator of many great sci-fi anime of the 1970s: Space Battleship Yamato, Galaxy

• April 26, 2015
Anime Review

The Diary of Ochibi

“So little time, so little to do.” – Oscar Levant.

While most anime fans are used to ordinary 2D animation and perhaps some 3D CGI animation, there are few stop-motion anime.…

• April 24, 2015