What makes Goblin Slayer so special is how faithfully it recreates the Tabletop RPG experience. For me it brought to life what I always wanted D&D to be. Without that context, it can come off as low-effort.
It’s time to grow up some. And after this, many things will not be the same. Nor should they be. It’s bittersweet, but it’s definitely for the best.
“Uhm, aCksHually? Kara no Kyoukai (I refuse to ever call an anime by its English name) is really good because.." Here's some extra context that makes it less convoluted anyway.
In watching Euphonium’s first season I saw my first year in High School and my first year in College. That same tireless obsession and passion for improvement and mastery of an art.
The idea that you’re either “all for” or “all against” something is absolute baloney and downright childish. The good, interesting, and beautiful parts of Monogatari don’t nullify, make up for, or make the terrible parts “worth it.” The terrible parts of it don’t mean that Monogatari doesn’t bring anything to the table.
I’ve attached a big fat chart and diagram of the entire Monogatari chronology, which I definitely did not make myself, but it's the most friendly chart for those of us primarily concerned with watching the anime. The order shown in this chart suggests watching in accordance with the order that the Light Novels were released.... Continue Reading →
I feel that Maquia is an excellent example of the power of what I like to call "otherworld" mediums of fiction such as stories told in fantasy or sci-fi settings, and animation in general, when it comes to drama and eliciting an emotional response. I consume fiction for a variety of reasons, but I want... Continue Reading →