Today, we’re excited to bring you a guest post by Sam, who runs the aniblog Unsheathed. In addition to his blog, you can find him on Twitter as @SamUnsheathed. I’m a hopeless romantic. I don’t mean that I’m constantly falling in love with different people (I believe we have another word for such people), but… Read More Guest Post: Plastic Memories and The Meaning of Love
Did you enjoy yesterday’s review? Here’s another packed post reviewing this past season’s anime! Sound! Euphonium Hibike! Euphonium stardf29 – 10/10 Yes, you read that right; I am giving this show a perfect score. And this show most definitely deserves it. This show has everything I could ask for in a concert band-themed anime. The characters… Read More Spring Anime 2015 Review (Part 3/3)
The title character’s quest for redemption in the Rurouni Kenshin OVA’s contrasts sharply with the Christian idea of our own lack of power in redeeming ourselves. [Lady Hannah Beth] I’m a few weeks late in this linking , but since you’ll see Anime Reporter on this blog later today, it’s relevant to post a recent… Read More Something More: Redeeming Kenshin, Protestors at Fanime, and Plastic Memory Moments
Episode 7 of Nameko Families provides a striking parallel to Jesus’ parable of the lost sheep. [Old Line Elephant] The beauty of ABe’s concept artwork for Haibane Renmei is undeniable, and begs the question of whether he was inspired by Christian paintings. [Fantastic Memes] Medieval Otaku sees a parallel between how the Christian God is… Read More Something More: God’s View of a Giftia Wife, Parable of the Lost Nameko, and Allah or YHWH in Arslan Senki?
A new season of anime is upon us! And it’s been…underwhelming? Still, there are interesting series here and there, and a few that provide us with something a little deeper to think about as well. Jimmy Kudo’s transformation into Detective Conan teaches us about humility and servant leadership. [Kendall Lyons] The Steins;gate of that named… Read More Something More: Plastic Religious Memories, Steins;gate Heaven, and Sinful Pokemon
Episode one of Plastic Memories had me hooked this season. With a theme and feel much like Time of Eve, one of my all-time favorite movies, and a dollop of moe, its pilot episode hit all the the right spots. Of course, the episodes following the first have yet to prove if the series will… Read More Anime Today: Dealing with the Finite