The Secret Stars of Anime: Engaged to the Unidentified

Since Valentine’s Day has only just recently passed, I figured I would talk this time about one of my favorite, overlooked romance anime, Engaged to the Unidentified (Japanese name: Mikakunin de Shinkoukei). Based on a 4-koma manga, this anime is a slice-of-life comedy with a significant romance element. What helps differentiate this show from other romantic comedies… Read More The Secret Stars of Anime: Engaged to the Unidentified

Something More: The Trinity in Lagrange and Season End Reviews

With the anime season coming to an end, it’s the usual time for wrap-up posts on the series we’ve been watching the last three months.  Most of our links this week are to reviews of full series or of recent episodes: Jonathan provides his usual insightful commentary as he reviews Noragami, including some notes on… Read More Something More: The Trinity in Lagrange and Season End Reviews

Something More: Providence of Tokyo Godfathers, Honneamise Religion, and Christian OEL Manga

D.M. Dutcher shares about Tomo, and out of print OEL manga. [Cacao, put down the shovel!] Medieval Otaku touches on the theme of providence in Tokyo Godfathers. [Medieval Otaku] He also explores religion in Wings of Honneamise. [Medieval Otaku] Rob reviews recent episodes of a number of series, including Golden Time, Engaged to the Unidentified,… Read More Something More: Providence of Tokyo Godfathers, Honneamise Religion, and Christian OEL Manga