As this blog focuses on expanding people’s views on anime, I fully intend for past posts to not lose their significance. Articles I write in the past are articles I want people to read, but they may not be easily accessible or obvious. I hope making this list leads to something new for you.
The Week in Review
- The Week in Review: After reconsidering it, I have decided that Attack on Titan is actually pretty good
- The Week in Review: Crusher Joe
- The Week in Review: Denshinbashira Elemi no Koi – a life’s awakening from an unusual perspective
What’s The Order?
Will I Like It?
- “Before I watch Legend of the Galactic Heroes, how will I know I will like it?” We try to provide the answer
If you want more then click the (tag) at the end of the description.
The Kerberos Saga
A personal favorite of mine and is what made me appreciate the works of Mamoru Oshii. As opposed to Patlabor, the creativity behind the Kerberos Saga is almost all from the mind of Mamoru Oshii. (tag)
- The Week in Review: Watchdog of Hell trilogy: a review of the three Kerberos movies, Jin-roh: The Wolf Brigade, StrayDog, and The Red Spectacles. In this review, I mainly discuss the wolf allegory that is central to the Kerberos story. I also digress into the timeline.
Space Battleship Yamato
Space Battleship Yamato (SBY) is good, but deeply flawed, space sci-fi series that was reborn into the excellent remake series, Space Battleship Yamato 2199 (SBY2199). I really, really want to write more about this franchise. (tag) (tag)
- Anime Analysis: Differences between Space Battleship Yamato and its remake, Yamato 2199: in this, I discuss the small differences between the original and its remake. I wrote this before the ending to SBY2199, so it is incomplete.
- What’s The Order?: Space Battleship Yamato: in this article, I discuss how the business side of the Yamato franchise shaped its timeline.
Legend of Galactic Heroes
Originally, I was not going to post about this series at all. It is too long and perhaps too niche to write about for a general audience. However, the announcement of a new adaptation will hopefully attract a modern audience (the anime might turn out to be something completely different…!). (tag)
- “Before I watch Legend of the Galactic Heroes, how will I know I will like it?” We try to provide the answer: this article was inspired by a civil (!!) internet argument. I try to find the one way that someone can use to see if they will like this 110-episode series.