Goblin Slayer Oct14

Goblin Slayer

Goblin Slayer By Christopher Kinsey Fantasy tropes, ah, fantasy tropes. Where would we be without you? Decades upon decades have been spent taking the torch lit by Tolkien and borne by the basement dwelling Dungeons and Dragons enthusiasts to harvest some pretty great entertainment. And one...

The Flying Colors Foundation Oct08

The Flying Colors Fo...

The Flying Colors Foundation by M.A. Ngyuen Of all the controversies that have occurred in the anime community this year, none have been so forgotten as the Flying Colors Foundation. Appearing in March 2018, it quickly vanished leaving little to no trace of its existence outside of the fact...

A Frustration In Eth...

Dean Talks Anime: A Frustration In Ethical Consuming An Opinion by Christopher Kinsey It has come to my attention that Trigger Inc., also known as Studio Trigger, has opened up a Patreon.  One would think “That’s funny, Trigger is one of the hottest animation studios in Japan...

“My Sister Started H...

Your browser does not support the audio element. The boys discuss the incredible ineptitude of the japanese Light Novel industry and how the editors might as well get credit as the actual authors in most cases. Other topics of the day: Insane Clown Posse and Fursuiting, the recent butchering...

My Kengan Ashura Wai...

The Gay Meme Frog Co...

SONG CREDIT: Something Wicked This Way Comes – Lordi

Don’t Fooly My...

SONG CREDIT: Return of the “G” – OutKast

King of the Shill: Right Stuf Catalogue Jun23

King of the Shill: R...

King of the Shill: Right Stuf Catalogue By Andrew Erickson   Last week, I opened my mailbox to find a gaggle of anime girls staring back at me. Through some act of trickery, I had become the unwitting recipient of the first 2018 issue of Right Stuf [sic], which is the Sears catalog of...

Darling in the Franxx Jun02

Darling in the Franx...

Darling in the Franxx By Christopher Kinsey   Before anime, before D&D, and before everything else in the nerd-o-sphere, I was a fan of science fiction.  Especially novels from the golden age of sci-fi.  My first was Heinlein’s Rocket Ship Galileo and from there I fell in love...

Aggretsuko May31

Aggretsuko

Aggretsuko By Christopher Kinsey I have never worked a day in an office my whole life.  So regrettably I can only superficially relate to this series.  And honestly, it’s the kind of anime series I never thought I’d see.  Sure, the eleven to fifteen minute comedy format does...