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October 26 2020, 3:59 AM

Makes You Wonder.

Allen gets a visit from the Hippocratic oath and takes a journey through The Wonderland. He finds it entertaining despite its rather odd, somewhat Lewis Carrol'ish setup.

And that's it. Next week, we round up number six. Well, maybe seven, but 2008 might not have been counted as an official year. Anyway, see you all then.

-Stig Høgset.

October 19 2020, 7:35 AM

X Marks The Human.

Allen's pick of the week is Human Crossing, which he finds to be an interesting collage of various kinds of human behavior, both good and bad.

And that's our lot. Today, humanity. Next week... THE GODS! Or Goddesses. Or something akin to that. See you all then.

-Stig Høgset.

October 12 2020, 4:13 AM

My SNAFU Can't Be This Climax.

Yep, Allen gets to finish a multiseason show, and a really good one at that. He walks with My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax all the way to the end, and finds it a satisfying conclusion to a really good show. A snafu in any other name, I guess.

And that's that. Next week, x marks the spot. Or something to that accord.

-Stig Høgset.

October 5 2020, 12:09 PM

"Can You Remember Familial Love?"

I'm a bit uncertain of the status of the company that once released the first four seasons of the TV series, but I am at least glad that Aniplex chose to let us have an official release for Natsume's Book of Friends the Movie: Ephemeral Bond, because it's an absolutely wonderful movie that encompasses a lot of the best parts of the franchise. And at this point, I've even heard some scant rumors of another OAV/movie being in production. Or at least about to be.

And that's it for this week. Next week, we'll take a look at the love life of adolescents that's rated just about as highly as this. Can we even wait? Let's just do so and see, why not.

-Stig Høgset.

September 28 2020, 1:34 AM

Morning Twilight.

Allen's pick of the week is a bit on the low-stakes side, but he presents a "yes/no" question in "does Hakubo really need a romantic antagonist to work?" His rating reflects the "not really" part, and if you think otherwise, well... that's what rating adjustments are for.

Of course, "conflict" can mean so many things, and next week, I'll have the pleasure of revisiting sort of an old friend of mine who sort of proved that, no, a show doesn't necessarily need an antagonist to make you cry. See you all then.

-Stig Høgset.

September 21 2020, 8:49 AM

The Cat Reruns.

Alas, while our show of the week is made by none other than Mari Okada, Allen still finds A Whisker Away kinda middle of the road, mostly because it seems to borrow a weirdly high amount of stuff from another somewhat famous movie.

That's it for this week. Next week, it's time to be classy.

-Stig Høgset.

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