A fun, cozy, and stress-free vignette piece of various fantasy customers discovering great food. Surprisingly high production value.
In the "Military vehicles as Anime Girls" competition, fighter jets come dead last behind battleships and tanks. This felt like an adaptation of a very mediocre visual novel that relied wholly on tropes.
Between the start of July 2020 and the end of June 2021, I watched 64 anime series/movies. Here are my top 10 from those, as well as some honorable mentions.
The best Castlevania has offered yet, with intriguing, natural dialogue, great character development/exploration, and gorgeous action sequences. If you struggled the first two seasons, it's worth it for this.
As the record holder for best box office performance in Japan and #1 Foreign-language film in the U.S., Mugen Train is a fantastic canon movie that sets itself as the pinnacle of what an anime movie of a series should be.
The heckling humor of MST3K meets Abridged Series humor in this hilarious and crass parody of itself where Voice Actors were given free reign.
This reverse harem isekai is a hilarious, wholesome, and delightful time in a Disney Princess-flavored setting with an endearing, surprisingly strong, and distinct protagonist.
A fun, interesting, cute, and surprisingly substantial sitcom about character design and game development. Between Harbour's art and my programming, this was very relatable. Almost painfully so.
A ridiculous, intense, sexy, and hilarious ride that simultaneously doesn't take itself seriously, yet is over-the-top serious.