My roommates and I had an anime night recently. We all pick a show we’re interested in, and we watch the first episode of each to see how we feel about it. One of my roommates got us to watch The Rising of the Shield Hero. Shield Hero was one of the biggest anime hits of 2019, and I was eager to give it a try. To be honest, I wasn’t even sure if I would continue after the first episode. I’ve never been a big fan of the whole game-world type of anime, like Sword Art Online, Overlord, and No Game No Life. I struggle to get into those kinds of shows, so I was nervous about how I would feel about Shield Hero. Surprisingly, I got invested within the first few episodes, and I understand why it’s such a popular show.
In this episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens episode 2, it starts right after Yuga beats the hologram man & successfully installed rush duels into their duel disk. From a toy perspective, it looks like a boomerang with card slot holders to extend more reach.
Blue Exorcist, also known as Ao no Exorcist, is a supernatural action animation series that follows twin brothers Rin and Yukio Okumara who are raised by Father Fujimoto, a priest of a local monastery. As if being raised by the church isn’t bad enough, life gets more complicated when it’s revealed that one of the Okumara brothers (Rin) is the son of Satan. The pace of the animation series is set early on from Rin inheriting his demonic abilities to him also wanting vengeance against the one person who destroyed everything precious to him, his biological father, Satan.
Growing up I always watched the Yu-Gi-Oh! Franchise & it’s series of shows this is no different. The new Yu-Gi-Oh! Series, “Sevens” introduces a new set of characters & way of dueling that will revolutionize the world. I review the opening & the first episode. I hope you enjoy.
When I first heard of Demon Slayer, I wasn’t really excited about it. If anything, I got annoyed at cons at the amount of cosplay I saw for this show. How good could it be? Over the course of a few months, all the Demon Slayer tweets, cosplays, articles, etc. wore me down. Finally, I decided to watch Demon Slayer.
Brief synopsis: In a future where a person's consciousness and personality can be transferred to a new body - a sleeve - their life is housed in a small disc that is implanted into the spine at the neck called a stack. Takeshi Kovac (Ray Chase), the last envoy - an exceptional soldier with empathic abilities -, is re-sleeved in order to use his particular skillset to protect a young Yakuza tattooist, Holly (Brittany Cox) from a dangerous cabal of red-clad ninja assassins. He is also tasked with finding the killer of the Mizimoto clan’s leader.
I’ll just start by saying every opening for Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure is awesome. There isn’t a weak one in the bunch. Even number nine is a BANGER. I’ve wanted to rank the Jojo openings for some time, and I’ve finally solidified my list enough to actually write it. That being said, these are my opinions, and as a result, I’m sure there are bound to be rankings that make people unhappy (I’m so sorry for number seven everyone). With that disclaimer, let’s get right down to it.
There is no question that anime has been taking the world but storm these past few years. I will admit that I have been enjoying this take over and love seeing all the advertisements posted everywhere. As the years go by more and more anime options appear giving me more new shows to fall in love with. I was about 8 or 9 whenever I was introduced to anime and at age 22 I have seen my fair share. These are the anime that chose as my top 4 favorites. WARNING: Spoilers ahead
Any anime lover will binge watch episodes upon episodes of their favorite series. But not every good anime gets its time in the sun. With so many being produced and broadcast all the time, competing for viewers, there will be some gems that slip through the cracks. If you're looking for some underappreciated titles to dive into, why not give this list a try. I myself, am a big weeb and I’m here to introduce you to the top underrated animes that will have you hooked (if you haven’t already heard of them).
I've been a huge anime fan for years now and that's not likely to change. My preferences haven't really changed all that much over the years. I've seen hundreds of episodes from various series and most of the time they've been very enjoyable. Obviously, there were a few duds here and there but that's true for any genre.
Here is the back story of the movie if you never heard of this anime film.