Something More: Spirited Away to Anime, Victorian Evergarden, and Memories of Toonami

Tim writes a refreshing perspective on how he almost completely lost interest in anime. A recent screening of Spirited Away brought back him back into blogging and watching new shows. This post made me glad that I am not the only one that has taken a break from anime, just to come right back for… Read More Something More: Spirited Away to Anime, Victorian Evergarden, and Memories of Toonami

Something More: Winter Anime, the Music of Re:Zero, and Perfect Black and Blue

Hi, folks! TWWK here to add a few comments about an article before Samuru takes it away for the rest of this month’s round-up. Perhaps the biggest news story to come from the world of anime the last few weeks was Nobuhiro Watsuki’s arrest for possessing child pornography. The impact has been pretty widespread, and… Read More Something More: Winter Anime, the Music of Re:Zero, and Perfect Black and Blue

Something More: Depressed Seiyuu, Eromanga Masochist, and Seeing Ourselves in Death Note

One thing that I didn’t realize would happen when I first became a blogger was that I’d develop relationships with lots of other anibloggers. In fact, as I soon discovered, they would be my initial audience, and even today, anibloggers (and former ones) remain some of this blog’s greatest cheerleaders and most helpful friends. Something… Read More Something More: Depressed Seiyuu, Eromanga Masochist, and Seeing Ourselves in Death Note

Something More: Humility in OPM, Pro-Life Ajin, and Mikasa’s Sin

Summer is almost over, but here at Beneath The Tangles we are posting content every week! I hope you’ve been able to check out our First Impressions on the new anime season, along with our usual awesome posts. Below we have gathered some fascinating content for your consumption (yummy!). There’s always “Something More” to whet… Read More Something More: Humility in OPM, Pro-Life Ajin, and Mikasa’s Sin

Battle Angel Alita, Vol. 8: More Than the Sum of Your Parts

It’s hard to end a story, especially one that’s become so successful that it has perhaps gone on longer than the author originally intended. This happens all the time with manga and anime—overbloated plots, meandering storylines, and too many characters often contribute to such failures. After two mediocre volumes, Battle Angel Alita is sitting on… Read More Battle Angel Alita, Vol. 8: More Than the Sum of Your Parts