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Pokemon Ultrasun and Ultramoon Review: Revisiting Alola

Pokémon Ultramoon/Ultrasun is the newest duo of games in the Pokémon series.  Set on the island chain of Alola, this is a retelling of the original generation seven games.  With an expanded Pokedex and a few changes from the original games, Ultramoon/Ultrasun has plenty...


Twin Star Exorcists Volume 3 Review

So before we proceed with this review, it’s probably worth noting that what we see in Twin Star Exorcists Volume 3 has been covered (for the most part) in the Twin Star Exorcists anime series. So if you’re the type that reads manga solely to catch up...


Food Wars! The Second Plate Episode 7 Review

Episode 7: Beasts Devouring Each Other Food Wars! for the time being, remains rather predicable. We have excellent build ups for great future episodes but are sometimes left with nothing but repetitiveness at times. The episode itself is still solid, mind you, just was cheeky with the...


To The Abandoned Sacred Beasts Volume 1 Review

As a disclaimer, I went into To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts Volume 1 with absolutely no idea of what I was getting myself into. Which was perfect, as I would argue is the best way to get into a new story is simply by diving right...


Starfest 2016 Thoughts & Impressions

You know you have hit an interesting point in your life when you are seated at a bar debating Star Wars lore between a cosplayer dressed a Zap Brannigan on one side and Harley Quinn on the other. But that is just how life is in Denver...


Gate Episode 16 Review

Episode 16: The Fire Dragon, Once More To its credit, Gate is a fantastic show. It may not blow everyone away and leave viewers questioning everything, but it is a show that is purely absorbing and enjoyable. That being said, Gate episode 16 served more as...


Gate Episode 14 Review

Episode 14: The Imperial Capital Quake This episode had a plethora of gratifying and exciting moments. I am not sure if the pacing will be able to keep up, but for now, this episode had every element I was looking for. It had conflict (a...


Gate Episode 13 Review

Episode 13: The Banquet Begins Gate is finally back! Thankfully the pacing and story all still seem to be in check with how things were left at the end of last season. In Gate episode 13 it appears we have more characters and more adversaries for Itami...


Chivalry of a Failed Knight Season 1 Review

To start off, Chivalry of a Failed Knight season 1 was super fun and an enjoyable anime overall. Unfortunately, it had almost an identical plot to that of Asterisk War. How similar you might ask? well allow me to detail how similar in a list: Both take...


Concrete Revolutio Season 1 Review

Concrete Revolutio was season 1 was the biggest collection of random events of a show I’ve seen in some time. Completely all over the place. This was a good thing though. As convoluted as the story is, it sets up a lot of expectations for...


Star Wars Battlefront Review

I will start this out by saying this, I absolutely LOVE the first two Star Wars Battlefront games. They had a bunch of great and refreshing elements, such as the 501st campaign, space battles, galactic conquest, and plenty of maps to choose from. EA’s...


The Last: Naruto the Movie Review

Before every Naruto fan on Earth jumps down my throat, I know this one’s a bit late. But honestly, watching this was worth the wait even if it wasn’t day one. Also, before I get this review underway, let me say that this movie...


One-Punch Man Episode 5 Review

Episode 5: The Ultimate Mentor One-Punch Man episode 5 brings back the action, but keeps a steady pace and fantastic character development for both Saitama and Genos. With the previous episode ending with Saitama questioning what it means for him to be a hero, this...


One-Punch Man Episode 4 Review

Episode 4: The Modern Ninja One-Punch Man episode 4 gets into some of what defines Saitama not only as a hero, but as an individual. When he is confronted with a group that shares some of his ideals, yet goes about them in a way...


Concrete Revolutio Episode 5 Review

Episode 5: Japanese “Beast” History, Part 2 This episode contained a bit of action and raised more questions. But Concrete Revolutio is still trying to introduce more and more concepts. At this juncture, we have come to expect that all the characters are not what...