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A Love Letter to Abridged Anime Parodies

The internet has changed a lot over the last ten years. Facebook has become a breeding ground for idiocy. There are twelve streaming services for every day of the week. Easily abused copyright systems allow people who don't actually understand copyright law to take a piss all over fair use. You know why that last… Continue reading A Love Letter to Abridged Anime Parodies

Anime, Character Analysis, Dragon Ball, The Mind of a Character

Piccolo: The Coolest Character Left Behind

It has been 60 0 days since Jonah last talked about Dragon Ball. Dragon Ball has a bad habit of leaving cool characters in the dust as the heroes and villains get stronger. Every human character is so weak by the end of DBZ that you start to wonder why they even show up in… Continue reading Piccolo: The Coolest Character Left Behind

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Princess Mononoke: Ghibli’s Masterpiece

I had an oddly intense debate with myself as to where to put this one. It was an anime, so surely it would be better off in the Saturday slot. But it's a movie, so... wouldn't it be better off in the Monday slot? In the end, I decided two things. One: it didn't matter.… Continue reading Princess Mononoke: Ghibli’s Masterpiece

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Kaguya-sama Season 2: Escalating Feelings

Holy shit, I am late to this party! Better late than never, I guess! And I'm sure as hell not waiting for season three to come out! I am not that patient! Season 2 of Kaguya-sama: Love is War had to live up to some high expectations, at least for me. The first season was… Continue reading Kaguya-sama Season 2: Escalating Feelings

Anime, Character Analysis, Haikyu!!, The Mind of a Character

Tadashi Yamaguchi: Karasuno’s Spear

Haikyu!! is back and so am I. Anime loves to present the audience with extraordinary characters. People who can achieve the greatest of feats, despite the odds being stacked against them. They take that one special trait that they started with, be it some kind of special ability or talent or just sheer determination, and… Continue reading Tadashi Yamaguchi: Karasuno’s Spear