9 μ’sings about Love Live! School Idol Project

Finally, I Watched Love Live!

I’ve actually been quite interested in watching Love Live! School Idol Project for some time now. Unfortunately, the series only had the second season of the first series available for several years. That is, until recently when Funimation (now Crunchyroll) got the streaming rights to the first season. While it’s true I could have started with future entries, I wanted to start from the beginning and make my way slowly through the franchise as I’ve been doing with Fate and others. Today I’ll be sharing 9 thoughts, or “μ’sings” if you will, about my experience with Love Live! so far. Continue reading “9 μ’sings about Love Live! School Idol Project”

Fate/Stay Night (2006) & UBW Route 1 – My Fate Journey Begins…

A Great Place to Start?

For the past few years I’ve slowly been collecting all of the mainline Fate entries along with a few other editions in order to finally dive into the franchise in full. With both season 15 and 16 of #AniTwitWatches my chance to start finally came. During this period we watched both of Deen’s adaptations of Fate/Stay Night (2006) and the Unlimited Blade Works film. Rather than do a typical review, I’m electing to instead discuss my expectations with each and my general thoughts on the franchise moving forward as I prepare to continue this journey deeper into the fandom. Continue reading “Fate/Stay Night (2006) & UBW Route 1 – My Fate Journey Begins…”

15 Anime that Obliterate the 3 Episode Rule

I Pulled in a Favor

Lately I’ve been pretty busy so I asked my buddy K at the Movies if I could borrow his intern for today’s article. This is what they came up with, and I think you’ll have plenty to talk about after giving this one a read. Here are 15 anime that prove the 3 episode rule isn’t one fans should always follow. Continue reading “15 Anime that Obliterate the 3 Episode Rule”

Great Pretender – International Crime Capers

Netflix Has a Winner

“You should always try to do the right thing, become a benefit to society, and earn the respect of every person you meet.”

-Edamura

We all strive to become a benefit to society… that’s why I write reviews on the internet, and I do so with confidence. Welcome, it’s your #1 (self-proclaimed) confidence reviewer Jon Spencer! Today, we’ll be discussing Great Pretender, and let me tell ya “This baby can hold so much thematic depth that it’s even a detriment at times”. *Slaps keyboard* gzdfb; send review. Continue reading “Great Pretender – International Crime Capers”