A familiar little girl wearing a sailor fuku with stuffed dango in hand walks into a planetarium, where she’s greeted by another familiar face, an android with blue hair, who introduces her to a story among the stars, where orbs are able to grant wishes and friends and family can join together one last time…… Read More First Impression: Kaginado
On Beneath the Tangles, we celebrate two Christian holidays with special fervor: Easter and Christmas. As we take a look back at the ten years of this ministry, and with Easter 2020 fast approaching, it felt like an excellent time to throw back to Holy Weeks past and the topics we discussed each year. 2011:… Read More Throwback Thursday: Holy (Anime) Week!
Continuing our game from two weeks ago (JP is a pathological liar), JP (Japesland), Kaze, Jack (R86), and Casey (CutsceneAddict) finish questions 2 and 3 of “Kantoku-san.” Missed part one of this month’s game series? It’s not too late to give it a listen here! As always, every episode of The TangleCast will be covering a different topic, from anime… Read More TangleCast 34: Game – Kantoku-san 2/2
Instead of celebrating Thanksgiving the boring, old-fashioned way, by sharing what we were most thankful for this year, JP (Japesland), Kaze, Jack (R86), and Casey (CutsceneAddict) break the mold by investigating the anime they were least thankful this year… and finding a reason why they are thankful they watched it! It’s time to dig deep! What was your most disappointing… Read More TangleCast 33: Not Your Typical Thanksgiving
According to my admittedly rather fallible memory, few anime in the last few years have frustrated me as much as Girlish Number, but I can’t help but feel that this is a good sense of frustration. I’m not angry because the anime is terrible, or even because I wish the characters were written differently, but… Read More Letters from the Editor: I’m Part of the Problem
Berserk Berserk Medieval Otaku – 7/10 Berserk stands as one of the most famous manga ever made, and it received a brilliant anime adaptation in 1997. One can see that they tried to bring the artistic craftsmanship of the series’ creator to life on screen. The Berserk of 2016, however, which covers events after the Golden… Read More Summer Anime 2016 Review (Part 2/3)
Join us this week, as JP (Japesland), Casey (CutsceneAddict), Jack (R86), and Kaze give their initial impressions on the latest anime season? With four people with different tastes, different watching habits, and drastically different opinions, which shows will stand out? Don’t worry, JP and Kaze don’t talk about Rewrite too much. As always, every episode of The TangleCast will… Read More TangleCast 14: Summer 2016 Season Impressions