Posts Tagged ‘ Production I.G ’

Shingeki no Kyojin Review: Humanity’s Fight for Survival

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Well after two long, excruciating, stressful weeks, it seems I finally have an opportunity to write another blog post.  For anyone who might’ve been looking forward to my next post (particularly because I did mention before some of the series I would write about next) I apologize, but at last I have a bit of time on my hands.  I’m quite late in writing about this, 3 weeks late even, but better late than never I suppose.  In any event, what I’m going to write about is what’s probably the most popular anime hit of the year.  The breakout series, incredibly mainstream anime, and widely loved adaptation known as Shingeki no Kyojin, or Attack on Titan.  Shingeki has gotten extreme attention during the past few months of its run, and it’s not too difficult to see why it has drawn so many dedicated supporters.  As for my thoughts?  Well, there’s a lot I can say about this one, so I’ll try to space my thoughts out a bit. Continue reading

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Psycho-Pass Review: Ambiguous Morality and a Twisted Society

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Yesterday I finished watching through Psycho-Pass.  Psycho-Pass was an interesting watch that is quite different from most of the series I’ve already seen.  It’s far from perfect, but it was nonetheless very worthwhile and presented some interesting themes and ideas for the viewer to think about. Continue reading

Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion Review: Psychological Disturbances and Evangelion’s Grand Finale

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With the unusual conclusion of the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime, I’ve been curious about the End of Evangelion film, as I had heard many times that the movie felt much more like an ending to the series than the last two episodes of the TV anime.  Now that I’ve finally seen the movie, I can certainly say that this is true, although End of Evangelion is a movie that’s hard to be prepared for because of many reasons. Continue reading

Kuroko no Basket: Tip Off Review: Days of the Generation of Miracles

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Just finished Kuroko no Basket: Tip Off, which is a special episode for the Kuroko no Basket anime.  Speaking of which, I would highly recommend it to those who have yet to see it.  I’m personally not much of a sports fan, but Kuroko no Basket really caught me because of its fast-paced, over-the-top game style and the basketball games were always really exciting in this series.  The characters are also quite likeable as well and it’s entertaining to see how they compete with one another. Continue reading