Konosuba Review

It may be easy to be fooled by Konosuba’s uneven animation and superficial reliance on tropes, but with its colourful and memorable cast of characters, unapologetic goofiness and deceptively unique¬†presentation, ¬†viewers will have a hard time finding a more enjoyable way to immerse themselves in a fantasy world. Plot synopsis: Upon dying in one of…

Grimgar of Ash and Fantasy Review

Though the weak start, slow pacing and uncoordinated action scenes may prevent Grimgar from standing as a particularly strong action series, it nonetheless delivers a potently emotional, convincingly harrowing and well presented tale of Ash and Fantasy. Plot synopsis: A group of noobs get stuck in a fantasy world with few memories and have to…

Fate/Zero Analysis Part 2: Family, Pragmatism and Tokiomi Tohsaka

Fate/Zero is a series that tackles a multitude of broad psychological and philosophical themes through its characters and their respective conflicts. These articles will be spoiler filled, and if you haven’t seen Fate/Zero yet then I recommend that you read my review and watch it before continuing. This week, I delve into the philosophies of…