Something More: Maria the Inaccurate Witch, Guslinger Augustine, and the Divine Satsuki

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… Read More Something More: Maria the Inaccurate Witch, Guslinger Augustine, and the Divine Satsuki

Winter Anime 2015 Review (Part 2/3)

Today we continue our review of the winter 2015 anime season with reviews of Aldnoah.zero 2, Junketsu no Maria, Drrrx2, Dog Days”, Parasyte, and The iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls.  And tune in tomorrow for a finale that we’re approaching a little differently! The iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls The iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls stardf29 – 8/10 The original iDOLM@STER anime… Read More Winter Anime 2015 Review (Part 2/3)

Untangled: Maria the Virgin Witch and Being an Ezekiel in Christian Society

In our Untangled feature, we answer questions posed to us from our readers.  Today’s question/comment (revised) comes from a long-time reader of our blog: Junketsu no Maria 7 won’t leave my mind. Here we have Ezekiel berated for the sins of love and mercy. And he (she?) does deeply regret ignoring Heaven’s orders… only he… Read More Untangled: Maria the Virgin Witch and Being an Ezekiel in Christian Society

Something More: Maria Watches Over Japan, Eschatology of Korra, and a New Christian Anime Forum

As another anime season draws to an end, it’s time to get excited about new series around the corner! But before that, we have season and series finales coming up, and with the importance that ideas like salvation, grace, and transformation play in many anime, it’s a rich time to dig into spiritual topics as… Read More Something More: Maria Watches Over Japan, Eschatology of Korra, and a New Christian Anime Forum

Something More: Junketsu No Maria and the Church…Oh Boy…

One of the more interesting series this season is Junketsu no Maria, which I became aware of through my friend Alexander, of Ashita no Anime.  The first group of links below discuss the series’ tone toward Catholicism and the Catholic Church, and join another gaggle of terrific posts about religion from anibloggers this week. Junketsu… Read More Something More: Junketsu No Maria and the Church…Oh Boy…