Promare is a film not to be missed. There is nothing quite like it out there, certainly nothing which is so much fun for the entire runtime. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Kazuki Nakashima have once again created something truly unforgettable which will be a joy to watch for many years to come.
Nicola Traveling Around the Demons' World shows us the life of Nicola, a young girl and her demon friend, Simon, as they explore the bizarre and unique world of the demons. It's a simple yet accessible premise which allows readers of any age to get stuck in and enjoy what's on offer.
Overall, this season of Silver Spoon continues to offer the fascinating, entertaining and delightful series we know and love. A coming-of-age story complete with lovable animal antics - this series is not to be missed and belongs in everyone’s collection.
Overall, Goblin Slayer offers a dark fantasy series with plenty of blood and guts flying around. If that’s your cup of tea then you’ll certainly enjoy this one, but failing that, there isn’t a great deal of substance here.
Overall the third volume of My Hero Academia: School Briefs is a must-have for fans of the franchise. With such a large variety of stories, there is something for everyone this time around. The bonus chapter based on the fantasy ending is worth buying the book for all on its own!
While I didn’t end up being a massive fan of Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online, I can certainly see why it gathered a solid fanbase. If you enjoyed the first half of this series then you’ll love this second half, but those who weren’t as keen won’t have their minds changed.
Fate/Apocrypha’s second half does well to bring its story to a conclusion, pitching in with some fantastic fight sequences and art direction, all the while showing some good character development along the way.
Overall, Konosuba: An Explosion on this Wonderful World! continues to be a worthwhile read for fans of the Konosuba franchise. Although it’s unclear what the series intends to do next, as a Megumin and explosion fan, I'm certain I’ll enjoy it regardless.
Overall, Granblue Fantasy Volume 1 is a stellar start to a beloved fantasy franchise. Fans of the series will be pleased to read this entertaining and accurate take on the story, while newcomers will be captivated by Gran and Lyria’s adventure
Overall, the first volume of Beastars is not going to be enough for you to decide if you like the series or not. There are certainly some interesting concepts in play and it’s a unique story, but I’m not convinced that’s quite enough for every reader.
Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade presents a story of loss and sacrifice with a simple yet moving premise presented effectively thanks to the winning combination of Mamoru Oshii’s writing and Hiroyuki Okiura’s directing.
Dragon Ball used to have a reputation of it “just being people fighting”, which, while it was often close to that (particularly in the Z era) was never just people fighting… until now! Let’s have a look at the start of an 80-man Battle Royal, shall we?
What can you say about an anime series that opens with an episode featuring elements of the supernatural, mecha, high school comedy and general super-powered action? Well, you say “Okay then, let’s see where this goes…”
Overall this volume of O Maidens in your Savage Seasons spends most of its time setting up for the following release, which is by no means a bad thing. Fans of Sonezaki and Kazusa will enjoy Volume 4, but those looking for focus on the other girls might be disappointed.