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[Keywords] Horimiya and Vulnerability

Horimiya thrives on its characters' vulnerability - and that's exactly why I've never once felt uncomfortable on their behalf.
[Keywords] Yuru Camp and Hobbyism

[Keywords] Yuru Camp and Hobbyism

Few things blend pure enthusiasm for a subject with a light fiction to tie it together nearly so well as…

[Keywords] “The Day I Became A God” and Slow Starts

I almost didn't finish The Day I Became A God, which is really weird for me. But sometimes these things…
[Keywords] Silver Spoon and Home Turf

[Keywords] Silver Spoon and Home Turf

Man does anime love to geek out over oddly-specific stuff. That can be a real trip when, like Silver Spoon,…

[Keywords] Guilty Crown, Supercell, and Showcases

I appreciate Guilty Crown quite a lot. I am also acutely aware that Guilty Crown is not a good show.…

[Keywords] Megalobox and Invented Nostalgia

Megalobox isn't nailing the exact elements of a vintage show; it's more trying to evoke the feel of one.
[Keywords] Komi-san, Gokushufudou, and Single-Concept Comedies

[Keywords] Komi-san, Gokushufudou, and Single-Concept Comedies

Komi(-san) Can't Communicate and Gokushufudou rely on one-joke conceits to keep the audiences entertained. But is it enough? (Spoiler: yes!)

[Keywords] Mobile Suit Gundam and On-Ramps

I thought I might get into Gunpla recently. Sounds reasonable enough - except when it immediately becomes a time trap.

[Keywords] Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 and Perseverance

When the world hits a downturn, people's tastes gravitate toward escapism or tragedy. Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 balances the two expertly.

[Keywords] One Week Friends and Distancing

Anime has a tendency to pull some weird concepts out of its collective hat. But among them, One Week Friends…

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