Just a quick post talking about the unique situation I have with Angel Beats and how I use it as a stress reliever. Angel Beats is a flawed and rushed show. Many characters were barely give characterization, it relied heavily on a lot of cliches or melodrama, the designs are uninspired, and it tried to be a lot deeper than it was. I should really … Continue reading Angel Beats Is My Guilty Sadness
Into The Spider-Verse released on Blu-ray a few days ago,and I FINALLY got the chance to watch it since I missed it during its theatrical run for various reasons. To start, holy crap, what a fantastic comic book movie, and just a great film in general. From every perspective, writing,visuals, music and audio, all of it is brilliantly executed, and I am excited to show … Continue reading A Message To Sony Regarding Spider-Verse
That’s exactly what happened and you know it. I know Aladdin had a bad trailer,but the fact that they released this means that they REALLY wanted to clear the air and get some good will back in the audience’s minds. So here’s some Frozen 2: This is probably the best kind of teaser trailer,primarily because it’s actually a teaser that’s showcasing the progression of animation … Continue reading Disney Broke The Emergency Sequel Glass Because Aladdin’s Gonna Suck
I’m sorry,I KNOW I said today would be a weekly anime recap in yesterday’s post,but after seeing this travesty,I just HAD to talk about it. What travesty,you ask? Well. I once had aspirations of being a 3D CGI Artist, and so I like to think I know quite a bit about the basics of how to make CGI look good within the context of the … Continue reading Aladdin’s Bizarre Adventure – A Short Introspective On Disney Live Action Remakes
Bring out your notebooks and gender study degrees, it’s time for some Anime 101! I’ll mostly be talking about this from the perspective of the male anime fandom (being one myself), but female readers, feel free to chip in! First, let’s talk about the word “trap”. I am aware of the negative connotations that some perceive the word “trap” as. However, and I am being … Continue reading Anime 101 – The Trappings Of A Trap
I’m sure all of you have heard the news at this point, and it stings the more I think about it. Stephen Hillenburg, creator of beloved cartoons such as Spongebob Squarepants and Director of Rocko’s Modern Life, passed away after battling Lou Gehrig’s Disease, or as it’s more commonly known, ALS. Losing Stan Lee was a sad, but ultimately inevitable event, because he was a … Continue reading Remembering Stephen Hillenburg
Everybody has favorites. The one that makes you want to wade through all the trash out there in the hopes of experiencing that feeling you once got from an amazing show. The bittersweet void in your life you desperately try to fill after the finale. Well me, I have three of those in the short year I started my spiral into anime hell. I only … Continue reading My Personal Top 3 Anime of All Time (as of this moment.)
So, the Crunchyroll awards ended last night, and I have had a chance to gather my thoughts and my brains splattered all over the floor. For those of you too lazy to google the winners, here they are: Best Opening: “Peace Sign” – Kenshi Yonezu – My Hero Academia Season 2 Best Ending: “Ishukan Communication” – Chorogonzu – Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Best Film: Your … Continue reading The Importance of Made in Abyss winning Anime of the Year for the Crunchyroll Anime Awards, plus other thoughts on the awards show overall.