Christa no longer, she’s Queen Historia, Hot pots when camping, now that’s an idea! Battles and letters and tears Violet brings, These are a few of my favorite things. After the Rain was both icky and pretty, Poop jokes a’plenty to go with the gritty, A nice ReLIFE ending all tied up with strings, These… Read More My Favorite (Anime) Things, 2018
While the anime season is past the midpoint and rapidly nearing its end (already!), viewers like me have settled into the shows that they’ll watch all the way through. That list for me includes a series I took a flyer on when it first premiered, but which has kept me entertained throughout: Golden Kamuy. The… Read More Eight Reasons Why You Should be Watching Golden Kamuy
A soldier holding his detached face. Toothpicks shoved through one cheek and out the other. Numerous soldiers shot and killed at point-blank range. Golden Kamuy has no shortage of violent scenes in almost each and every episode. As with Game of Thrones, that’s part of the appeal of the show (though it’s also a darn… Read More Golden Kamuy and How Violence Shapes My Values
Hey, otaku! As I’m sure you know, a week from today the NFL kicks off the opening day of its annual draft, in which college players from around the country are selected to play professional football. I’m kidding of course—I know that you had no idea that it was next week. Most of you probably… Read More Join Us Live for Our Anime Draft!
Following service during the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), Saichi Sugimoto, known far and wide as “Immortal Sugimoto” for his ability to survive despite a tenacious fighting style and injuries suffered during battle, is seeking gold in Hokkaido to fulfill a promise to care for his best friend’s widow and son. In the midst of doing so,… Read More First Impressions: Golden Kamuy