The Future Trunks arc comes to a swift close in Dragon Ball Super’s sixth part, and after it comes what can only be described as filler, even if it isn’t technically filling in time for any other reason than old habits, I guess. Is it good filler though? Well…
Expect the unexpected! The first half of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card is a solid starting point that offers a concise cut of what made the original so enjoyable, with a strong sense of fun, magic and mystery.
Naruto Shippuden’s 35th two-disc release is, to the surprise of literally no-one, almost entirely filler. Unlike the previous box set though, the single canon episode on this set is extremely significant. Can you bear thirteen filler episodes for the sake of one good one?
From the creator of One Punch Man comes a series that swaps superheroes for psychics and the supernatural. Mob Psycho 100 boasts the same excellent tone and humour with some uniquely innovative animation.
Overall, Granblue Fantasy remains a captivating watch right to the end. Although the animation issues prevent me from recommending it to everyone, I still believe there is a lot to like for those who can look past these issues.
The first Code Geass movie is finally out on Blu-ray; it's a movie best experienced if you’re already a fan, keen to enjoy all the bombastic and explosive glory of the original series plus some new content in glorious HD quality.
When They Cry: Kai delivers a compelling story conclusion and satisfying answers to its enjoyable mystery, but is let down by the sudden drop in horror and increase of cuteness that almost ruins the unique atmosphere of the original.
After last year's incredibly successful Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You, the next film in the rebooted anime film series has some big shoes to fill - but could Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us be the best yet? Read more!