Anime Review: Megalo Box

Megalo Box (メガロボクス Megaro Bokusu) is a 2018 anime television series created in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the manga Ashita no Joe. It is produced by the studio TMS Entertainment, who also produced the second Ashita no Joe anime in 1980. The head of production is director Yō Moriyama, working with screenwriters Katsuhiko Manabe and Kensaku Kojima, with music composed by hip-hop artist Mabanua. The series is simulcast on Crunchyroll. The series was licensed by Viz Media for an … Continue reading Anime Review: Megalo Box

So I’m dabbling in music now

For the past few weeks I’ve been experimenting with different music apps and whatnot, and I’ve finally made a few tracks I felt comfortable sharing. I also went ahead and put them up on YouTube with little anime/game gifs attached for a little flair. I’m considering putting them up on SoundCloud as well, but I’d like to know what people think about them first. This … Continue reading So I’m dabbling in music now

Anime Review: Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid

Featured Image from SteamyTomato or maybe JWALL? Also just noticed the Funhaus logo on the mug ^_^ What a sweet and fun series! No wonder I finished all 13 episodes in less than 24 hours! I briefly mentioned yesterday in my First Impressions post, but I only really started this series because I saw a cosplay by Jessica Nigri as Lucoa and felt like giving it a shot. … Continue reading Anime Review: Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid

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

First Impressions: Your lie in April

So I’ve just finished the first episode, Monotone/Colorful, and I really think I’m going to like this show. It did a great job of exploring most of the main characters, as well as an information dump that was just manageable. We’re introduced to Kousei, Tsubaki, Watari and Kaori, our four main protagonists (I assume). They all seem fairly unique from one another and we can already … Continue reading First Impressions: Your lie in April