A wall surrounds the island of Ringarindo, but it’s more than a boundary—the structure is seen as a provider and caregiver, and worshiped as a god by the residents of the land’s two kingdoms and unassigned tribal groups. Though the nations have advanced technology, specifically mecha known as Breheight which manifest when a magical ring… Read More First Impression: Back Arrow
In our Untangled column, we answer questions (edited for clarity) from the readers. Feel free to email us a question or ask us one through any our social media platforms. Today’s question comes from Connor: When a pretty safe series has one or two aspects you don’t approve of, how do you react? Ex. I… Read More Untangled: Beloved Anime with Problematic Scenes
This week on the TangleCast, Matthew of Team Anchester brings on a familiar guest and podcast contributor, Alex. Together, they try grappling with the controversial topics of sexual content in anime, what Scripture says about it, and what that means for Christians. Where is the line when it comes to sexual humor? Is there even… Read More TangleCast Episode 52: Are We Glorying in our Shame?
It’s a good time to be a geek. Marvel, Star Wars, and Game of Thrones are the prime properties in Hollywood. Even the subset of geek culture known as otakudom is even getting in the game. As much as Ghost in the Shell was maligned (though I thought it was enjoyable), it’s amazing that property… Read More Top Ten Arby’s Anime Posts
The year is almost half way over, which is incredible! I missed a couple posts from last month that I will be including here, along with the new ones. I will also be posting articles over on our Facebook page, which I hope you have already checked out. We are putting up exclusive links and… Read More Something More: Depression Comes in Like a Lion and Does Light Do Right?
Konnichiwa my fellow anime fans, this is Samuru with your latest Something More entry! We did not post one in December of 2016 since we had our 12 Days of Otaku Christmas, so this one will be longer than the previous one. I did my best in discovering articles that would interest the readers of… Read More Something More: God Moments, Kanon Angels, Identity in Cosplay and Resurrections
While Charlotte hasn’t broken any new ground or done anything to make us feel it might become a classic like associated previous series and visual novels, it has been entertaining. Recent episodes have especially been good, including the last couple which have been surprisingly intense. In episode ten, we get to see Shun’s sacrifice through… Read More Something More: Shuu’s Sacrifice, Muslim Manga, and ISIS-chan’s Mission
Ah, July…the days of summer heat, fireworks, and of course, new summer series! There’s a lot to be excited about this summer season, including some of the series talked about below, including one whose light novel is getting a translation in English! Nicholas D. Wolfwood’s final, moving scene in Trigun gives us the story of… Read More Something More: Wolfwood Gospel, Fairy Tail Vulnerability, and Ecchi for Christians
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
If you were to try to create an objective list of the greatest anime of all time, what would you put in the top five? Fullmetal Alchemist, perhaps? Mushi-shi? And would Spirited Away or Princess Mononoke be the Ghibli representative on the list? It’s an impossible task – there are so many great anime and it’s… Read More Top 5 + Guest: Five Best Anime EVER!