|Woke Up, Fell Out of Bed. Dragged a Comb Across My Head...
.....and somebody spoke, I went into a dream, and I realized that I'd goofed. Apologies for the lateness of this update.
Apologies to Mr. McCartney, also.
Anyhow, Aiden starts us of with a review of both seasons of Jormungand. He seems to wish that it had either played its action premise straight or gone full out Black Lagoon style instead of turning into the odd, tepid mess that he describes it as. And yet, in his words, it is more "disappointing than truly bad", so at least it was not a total loss.
Allen, meanwhile, presents us with Dusk Maiden of Amnesia, which he says interested him more than he'd expected, given its kooky premise.
And lastly, it's time to take a trip down south: I've got Michiko and Hatchin, which was just licensed for an American Release. One could describe it as Cowboy Bebop set in Brazil, and while it's not a bad comparison, I have plenty else to say about it, and most of it is positive.
Even if the Mayans lived nowhere near Brazil.
We'll be back with more next week. Stay tuned.