Anime, Character Analysis, The Mind of a Character

Rei Kiriyama: The Coocoo Bird (The Mind of a Character)

Alright, I'll say this one time for all y'all that have been sleeping on it! If you haven't watched March Comes in Like a Lion yet, you are missing out! It is one of the greatest anime of all time, with stellar characters, gorgeous animation, perfect pacing, and more effective tear-jerking scenes than you could… Continue reading Rei Kiriyama: The Coocoo Bird (The Mind of a Character)

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My Review Academia S4 E8: One Who Devours the Sun

I'll be honest: this episode was pretty rough. It was definitely good, don't get me wrong. It had some strong character moments, fleshing out a character that hasn't had any time to shine yet in an interesting way. But the animation was pretty rough and the action was short-lived and underwhelming. After having broken into… Continue reading My Review Academia S4 E8: One Who Devours the Sun

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My Review Academia S4 E7: Kicking in the Door

Things are finally getting going. We're done setting the table. We're through the appetizers. Now it's time for the first course! This episode is pretty solid. It has some heartwarming character moments, some gorgeous visuals, and it finally pushes this arc into full gear! It isn't much for action, save the last few minutes before… Continue reading My Review Academia S4 E7: Kicking in the Door

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Can Berserk Ever Be Properly Adapted?

Oh Berserk. The most beloved dark-fantasy manga to come out of Japan. It perfectly balances incredible characters and storytelling with absolutely gorgeous artwork! The tone is perfectly balanced, delivering more than a few gut twisting, horrifying moments while balancing them with happy moments of brevity. Sure, there are some long gaps between manga chapters. But the wait… Continue reading Can Berserk Ever Be Properly Adapted?

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My Review Academia S4 E6: Heroes Unite

Honestly? There isn't a whole lot to talk about here. This isn't a bad episode, but there wasn't a whole lot that happened. After a few days off of his internship, Deku is brought back to Sir Nighteye's office. But he isn't alone: Uraraka, Kirishima, and Tsu are coming along with him, right along with… Continue reading My Review Academia S4 E6: Heroes Unite