It’s that time of the year again when new anime come out to play! We’ve got one post on a new series below, and number about shows that have completed their runs.
Taylor zeroes in on Satsuki of Kill la Kill as a divine figure. [Taylor Ramage’s Blog]
Medieval Otaku dives into the medievalness of Maria the Virgin Witch, discussing how accurate the series was to that historic time, including how the show portrayed “heretics.” [Medieval Otaku]
Romance is discussed often in the bible, the absurdities of which are on full display in Urusei Yatsura. 
Nameko Families, an anime about anthropomorphic mushrooms, can tell us a lot about Christian love and forgiveness in a marriage. [Old Line Elephant]
A Christian newspaper in Japan is featuring a religious slice-of-life manga, whose protagonist is named Pyuuri-tan. [Kotaku]
Did you catch the St. Augustine quote in the first episode of Gunslinger Stratos? [Aliens in This World]
iblessall saves her lowest rating of the 2015 winter anime season for Maria the Virgin Witch, largely for it’s misrepresentation of Christianity. [Mage in a Barrel]
The finale for KanColle evokes teachings about the body of Christ. [Christian Anime Review]
As part of the Something More series of posts, Beneath the Tangles links to writings about anime and manga that involve religion and spirituality. Thanks to Laura of Heart of Manga for pointing me toward the Pyuuri-tan news! If you’ve written such a piece or know of one, please email TWWK to be included.