Breaking into the adult labor force is hard. Doing so within the anime industry is darn brutal. Here we’ll discuss the different ways in P. A Works’ Shirobako and Diomedea’s currently airing Girlish Number present this idea and what we can take away from both.. Continue reading
That was a pretty innuendo filled climax wasn’t it? Continue reading
Not as meaningful since not only did we not actually get to learn much of what happened in the 15 year gap, Satoru also appears immediately after this OP. A decent idea nonetheless. Continue reading
Writing a proper and satisfying mystery is hard. It’s certainly a task that requires far more effort than what this series put forth in this latest episode. Continue reading
After the previous two tepid outings, I concluded last week that the show only could go up from here, it’s pretty safe to say that whatever excitement I walked into this series with is dead and buried. Also that “go back” yell was pretty terrible sounding wasn’t it? Looks like somebody needs a bit of work on their emoting. Continue reading
Of all the ways I could have chosen to start this post, of course, I just had to go with the least tasteful one.
Shoji Kawamori’s Macross is one of the most experimental and varied franchises of it’s time. From the way it helped popularize idol culture in Japan, to its introduction of the Itano Circus. As expansive as the Macross Universe has proven to be thus far, it does have a simple formula to it all, and that’s to see how many ways you can build a story out of transforming planes, aliens, “the power of music” and love triangles. So far, the experience has been a mixed, but very intriguing one, so with all that said, here’s a rather extensive run-down of everything Macross I’ve seen thus far. Hopefully, those of you who haven’t taken the plunge into Kawamori’s crazy world will find what I have here to be helpful with regards to making an informed decision on where to start and what to watch.