Something More: GiTS Bible Study, the Passion in FFXV, and Fear in Orange and Re:Zero

Here we are, another month and almost half way through 2017! It’s unbelievable that time is going by so fast. I continue to do this column because as a Christian who is also a geek, I love that there are others who share my passion. It also confirms that God takes pleasure in all of this,… Read More Something More: GiTS Bible Study, the Passion in FFXV, and Fear in Orange and Re:Zero

Newman’s Nook: Self-Sacrifice and Machiavellian Thought

WARNING – This series discussed has some nudity, violence, and other graphical content which may not be suitable for younger viewers. The Ghost in the Shell: Arise movies and TV series are a re-imagined prequel to the Ghost in the Shell (GITS) movie universe. The third GITS: Arise film, Ghost Tears, crafts a fascinating storyline where… Read More Newman’s Nook: Self-Sacrifice and Machiavellian Thought

Spirituality in the Anime Blogosphere: Mathematical God of GitS, Religion in Gundam, and the Good Shepherd in Fate/Zero

Aelysium examines Ghost in the Shell and takes apart a Tachikoma’s theory of mathematics and God. [Anime Elysium] Rocklobster approves of how religion is portrayed in Gundam oo. [Lobster Quadrille] Tommy thanks God (more than once) for a great Colossalcon, as he shifts the direction of his blog more toward convention talk. [Anime Bowl] I… Read More Spirituality in the Anime Blogosphere: Mathematical God of GitS, Religion in Gundam, and the Good Shepherd in Fate/Zero

Roger Ebert: Critic, Pundit, Skeptic, and Friend to Anime

Not long ago, I posted a beautiful anime-style short.  Following a trail from Twitter, I was led to the site where it was featured, and to my surprise, it was Rober Ebert’s website.  But, I was only surprised for a second – after all, the nation’s leading film critic (and the first to ever win the Pulitzer Prize) has championed… Read More Roger Ebert: Critic, Pundit, Skeptic, and Friend to Anime