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February 12 2018, 8:11 AM

Allen, you're killing us, man.

Seriously, I'm going to have to go and change your reviewer avatar to a T-800, because once again, he comes up with the goods. And what goods we have with Kill la Kill, which, granted, we could've had a review for a long time ago, but here we finally are.

Well, that should be enough spectacle for one week. See you again next week.

-Stig Høgset.

February 5 2018, 4:25 PM

Our Reviews Have Not Always Been One Week Apart.

So I guess it's good that the title of Allen's pick of the week sounds a bit more consistent. He gives Our Love Has Always Been 10 Centimeters Apart, although he did wish the show would at least be consistently good. Or... you know, just good.

Well... hopefully things will look up next week. See you then.

-Stig Høgset.

January 29 2018, 9:03 AM

Blending at the Seams...

So yeah, we're guessing Allen thinks anime needs its teatime too, so he reviews Blend-S, a show that seems to be trying for the Wagnaria awards among the "comedy at the workplace" shows. This show? Eh, it's OK. You can probably do better, but you will just as well do worse.

We hope that made you feel all warm inside. Next week... well, we'll see.

-Stig Høgset.

January 22 2018, 9:57 AM

Atic Atac on Toetan.

This week, Allen seems dead set on breaking down the wall once again. He gives Attack on Titan a second opinion, with some.... shall we say alternate viewpoints on certain characters. It's still good, though, so... that's good.

Well, that's enough of that, and also enough of trying to imagine some anime company trying to unleash "Toe-tan" on the world. Wouldn't be the first oddity Japan has tried fetishizing through an anime. Brrr.

See you again next week.

-Stig Høgset.

January 15 2018, 9:39 AM

My peoples...

This week, I check in on Recovery of an MMO Junkie, which is a show about a woman who starts playing an MMO to relax and connect with people through the lovely veil of online anonymity. And a swapped-gender player character. And the main lead is 30 years old, meaning I finally get to see a show about people who are NOT young enough to be my kids. (I'd have to be a main in Astarotte's Toy for that sort of thing, and.... ew, no! Anyway, despite my somewhat icky digression, Recovery of an MMO Junkie is very good stuff. Go watch.

Next week, we'll have some more stuff for you... that is, if we don't get too lost in the dungeons of whatever MMO we might need some intervention from. See you then.

-Stig Høgset.

January 8 2018, 6:20 AM

How Far We Have Fallen...

Well, mostly Allen, because he had the misfortune of reviewing King's Game: the Animation, which was a somewhat nihilistic experience he'd rather do without in hindsight. And hindsight is in short supply in this show.

Me and Tim were far, far luckier with our choice for the week. We reviewed Gabriel DropOut, which was only a somewhat mean show, and towards only one of the characters at that. Still, it was fun and it had its charm, so there you go.

And that's that. See you again next week.

-Stig Høgset.

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