Anime Review: Someone’s Gaze

Dareka no Manazashi, aka Someone’s Gaze, is another short Shinkai Makoto film of only about 6-7 minutes. The stage is set at near future. Okamura Aya, also known as “Aachan”, started to live by herself as she started a new job after graduation. Her mother needed to go overseas to work as a doctor, so now only her father and a cat, Mii-san, live in … Continue reading Anime Review: Someone’s Gaze

Anime Review: Voices of a Distant Star

For my third review of a Shinkai Makoto film, I’ve chosen Hoshi no Koe, or Voices of a Distant Star, a 2D/3D sci-fi space drama set in the year 2046. Blade Runner anyone? Hoshi no Koe, using full 2D and 3D digital animation, is a story of a long distance love and mail messages between a boy and girl. Set in 2046 after the discovery of … Continue reading Anime Review: Voices of a Distant Star

Crunchyroll Guest Pass Giveaway #1

So yeah I know most of you probably already have a Crunchyroll subscription and don’t need a guest pass, but now that I’m starting to accumulate them I figured I might as well do a few little fun contests to give them away! And wouldn’t you know it, I thought of the perfect random question for the month which no amount of anime-knowledge will be … Continue reading Crunchyroll Guest Pass Giveaway #1

Anime Review: Your lie in April

This show had a pretty quick turnaround from my first impressions post earlier last week, but I got a little caught up in it and couldn’t stop watching. It reminded me of Kids on the Slope from time to time as well as shows like Clannad, Anohana and Angel Beats. I didn’t necessarily go into this show with high expectations, but I knew the show … Continue reading Anime Review: Your lie in April

Another Top 10 Voice Actors!

Come now you didn’t really think I’d just post one of these and wait too long before posting another did you? There are far FAR too many talented VAs out there for that! And again remember I don’t care too much for the particular order except of course when it comes to my number ones. #10: Todd Haberkorn Whether he’s voicing Death the Kid (Soul … Continue reading Another Top 10 Voice Actors!

Short Anime Review: Blade Runner Black Out 2022

Quick heads up, if you’re a fan of the original Blade Runner and haven’t seen 2049 yet, I’d recommend giving this a watch first! You can also check out my review for both movies here! In 2022, an EMP detonation has caused a global blackout that has massive, destructive implications all over the world. Directed by Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo’s Shinichiro Watanabe, Blade Runner Black … Continue reading Short Anime Review: Blade Runner Black Out 2022