I'm never making a JoJo reference again. I've watched a lot of odd anime in my time. And I do mean a lot. Most of which have light novel titles. The other major chunk of which are Studio Trigger series. These are including, but not limited to: Kill La Kill Darling in the Franxx No Game, No Life… Continue reading Miss Kobayashi’s Bizarre Dragon Friends and Their Adventures (Watch This Anime!)
All good things must come to an end. And unfortunately, Tournament Arcs embody that philosophy to a fault. After a brief recap of their performance in the festival, as well as Bakugo's first impressions of him in the last season, it's finally time for Bakugo and Todoroki to throw down. But will it be even… Continue reading My Review Academia S2 E12: Literal Hand Grenade VS A Fridge/Stove Top Rolled Into One
Developed By: SCE Japan Studio, Team Ico Published By: Sony Computer Entertainment Directed By: Fumito Ueda Written By: Fumito Ueda, Junichi Hosono, Masashi Kudo, Takashi Izutani Release Dates: NA: October 18, 2005, JP: October 27, 2005, AU: February 16, 2006, EU: February 17, 2006 Link to Buy (PS4 Version) It's not Sekiro, I know. But… Continue reading Shadow of the Colossus: The Game That Changed the Game
Created and Directed By: Gray G. Haddock Written By: Gray G. Haddock, Jason Weight, Evan Narcisse, Kerry Shawcross Starring: Michael B. Jordan, Golshifteh Farahani, David Tennant, and more. Produced By: Rooster Teeth Total Episodes: 8 Link to IMDb Oh Rooster Teeth. I want to love what you make, and an equal part of me wants… Continue reading Gen:Locked Into a Bad Place (TV Thursday)
Thursday (In Case You Didn't Read the Title) Television. One of the world's favorite pass times, as well as one of my own. They make for an excellent time killer, especially since many have years worth of staying power. Though those tend to also suffer from gradual declines in quality. But that's a topic for… Continue reading TV Thursday
Written by: Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell Publication Date: October 10th, 2013 Published by: Simon & Schuster Pages: 266 Link to Purchase Despite only being around for only a century, the art of film has become the single most lucrative and saturated medium in the world. Countless films come out every day, from massive blockbusters… Continue reading The Disaster Artist: How’s This Book?
Wednesdays I love books. I love to read books, to talk about books, and most of all: I love to write books. But as I got older, I found myself reading less and less, to the point that I struggle to even find the time to pick a book up! Luckily, I've come up with… Continue reading How’s This Book?