Oh boy. This is an interesting one. Neon Genesis Evangelion is a show every anime fan has at least heard of, and with good reason. There’s nothing else like it out there to this day. That's saying a lot since this came out in 1995. Sure it has mechas, monsters, and your classic timid anime boy protagonist, but there is just so much going on with this show…where do you even start?
The first thought I had after finishing Erased was I have to tell everyone to watch this. Erased is a quick 12 episode anime that came out a few years ago, and it’s totally worth your time. There’s plenty to talk about and appreciate with this one, so I’ll jump right into it.
It’s time for another month of book picks! I had another diverse group this month, and I’m happy to say they were all intriguing for different reasons. Whether it be for the plot, information, or style, take a look at the books that made my month better.
Netflix has really upped their game in the anime department this year. Besides adding tons of new amazing existing anime, some of their originals have been getting massive amounts of hype. One of these is BNA: Brand New Animal, probably one of the wildest of Netflix’s licensed anime selection.
Japan Sinks 2020 is one of Netflix’s 2020 anime originals, and it had a lot of hype for me going into it. I saw lots of people tweeting about it, and I heard it was great, so I decided to finally buckle down and watch it. I’ll just say now, this is a spoiler review, so if you don’t want anything spoiled, stop here, watch it, and come back when you’re ready!