Violet Evergarden I: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll (Review)

As the train on which she rides approaches its destination, Violet Evergarden sees a palatial school atop a lush hill, surrounded by a picturesque village. But the next shot quickly establishes dissonance between that beauty and the life experienced within, as a young lady with messy auburn hair coughs asthmatically into a gloomy room only… Read More Violet Evergarden I: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll (Review)

Something More: Revolutionary Jesus Utena, Dehumanizing Titans, and My Soul, Your Idols

I recently had a discussion with an old friend over Facebook. He’s a person I dearly care about and who I once discipled, but who has since left the faith largely because of his debelief in the miracles in (and writings of) the Bible. Are we in a more skeptical day and age than ever… Read More Something More: Revolutionary Jesus Utena, Dehumanizing Titans, and My Soul, Your Idols

Something More: Cowboy Bebop Family, Heavenly Death Parade, and Kanade’s Not the Enemy

One of Christ’s most interesting and off-discussed teachings is how he equates are internal hated toward others as murder: But I say to you that everyone who is angry with his brother shall be guilty before the court; and whoever says to his brother, ‘You good-for-nothing,’ shall be guilty before the supreme court; and whoever… Read More Something More: Cowboy Bebop Family, Heavenly Death Parade, and Kanade’s Not the Enemy

Review: Revolutionary Girl Utena DVD Vol. 1

Revolutionary Girl Utena, Volume 1 (Episodes 1-12) Episodes 1-12 Nozomi Entertainment With the widespread availability of so many current series these days, older anime – even classic ones – seem to be ever drifting into obscurity. Thankfully, production companies like Nozomi Entertainment are still releasing many of these shows on DVD. And with Kunihiko Ikuhara… Read More Review: Revolutionary Girl Utena DVD Vol. 1