The last Skyward novella is here. With this, the series is going to go back into stasis for... I dunno, maybe a year or two. Brandon is already working on book four of the main series, so it probably won't be long. No wonder Spensa likes him; Jorgen's a handsome young man. Picking up right… Continue reading Evershore: The Weight of Guilt and Duty
Alright! The sakuga train is rolling out of the station! We're in for a wild one now, ladies and gents! Tanjiro's battle against Upper Moon Six, Daki, escalates. Assuming her true form, the demon unleashes devastating attacks, pushing our young hero to the limits of his body and heart. Enraged, he unleashes the true power… Continue reading Demon Slayer Entertainment District Review: Children of the Sun
Wait... eight episodes? I thought it would be hard to condense the first book into ten episodes. And they only got eight? Alright. Let's see how this went. The ending of 'The Eye of the World' is often seen as the weakest part of that book. And for good reason. It felt incredibly rushed and… Continue reading Wheel of Time (Episodes 6-8): Tackling a Controversial Ending
God, I remember kids talking about this when I was in elementary school. That was... 2002 to 2007. Twenty to fifteen years ago. Christ, I'm old. Shounen anime has changed a lot in the last few decades. Series have come and gone and, in a few cases, come back again. More shows go with the… Continue reading Does the Original Naruto Anime Still Hold Up?
South Park is a show that is pretty hard to talk about. It's a fun show that always gives me a good laugh. But given just how foul it is, and good fucking god that shit is foul, it's kind of hard to sit down and talk about the series. Especially given that any review… Continue reading South Park The Stick of Truth: Making a TV Show Playable