Something More: Yuri for Christians, Religion Inverted, and Dostoyevsky in my Nisemonogatari

While Barakamon continues to provide Christian bloggers with some juicy themes (how am I not watching this series?), a number of writers visited older titles this week as they talked spirituality: Courtney tackles the question, “Should a Christian watch anime?” [Geek Meets World] Medieval Otaku looks as the falsehoods shown in Nisemonogatari and what role… Read More Something More: Yuri for Christians, Religion Inverted, and Dostoyevsky in my Nisemonogatari

Something More: Barakamon Christianity, Valkyria’s Salvation, and the Rapture of Tenchi Masaki

In the first two episodes of the Barakamon, Frank finds important points that all experienced Christians should probably take under consideration. [A Series of Miracles] D.M. Dutcher finds an analogy for the rapture in Tenchi Forever, and examines why that film captures the essence of the rapture better than explicitly Christian depictions of it do.… Read More Something More: Barakamon Christianity, Valkyria’s Salvation, and the Rapture of Tenchi Masaki

DVD Review: Tenchi Muyo OVA Collection (BD/DVD Combo)

Tenchi Muyo! OVA Collection (BD/DVD Combo) FUNimation 13 Episodes Tenchi Misaki, a typical high school boy, has the responsibility of attending to a shrine his family cares for.  Fulfilling a lifelong curiosity, he enters a cave which legend states has been sealed in order to confine the horrible demon, Ryoko.  Little does Tenchi know that… Read More DVD Review: Tenchi Muyo OVA Collection (BD/DVD Combo)