In the very first episode of #KeyFramesForgotten Jane and Julian discuss SHAFT’s turn of the decade meido comedy “And Yet The Town Moves”
There are more things on Heaven and Earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy, Horatio.
“Love is War!” mangaka Aka Akasaka returns with a series about the unpleasant underbelly of the idol industry.
Netflix’s latest trashy thriller anime is as high-octane as it is high off the ground. But does it earn the hype, or is it all bluster?
The New 10s saw the transformation of the magical girl genre into something different, but what?
I really hate writing things like this.
’90s nostalgia and Magic The Gathering geekery give way to a surprisingly thoughtful rumination on youth in this period piece romance.
Wonder Egg Priority is surreal, eerie, energetic, and cathartic all at once even a single episode in. Watch This Show.
The long-delayed indie RPG finally arrives, and it’s one of the best of its kind in years. Surprisingly deep and with a killer aesthetic, OMORI is not to…
In this monstrous, 4-parts-and-an-index list, I rank all 20 anime I finished in 2020, from the very worst to the very best.
In this multi-part list, I rank every anime I finished in 2020 from worst to best, highlighting the good, the bad, and everything in-between.
In this monstrous multi-part article, I rank all 21 anime from 2020 that I actually watched front-to-back. In this first part of the list, we cover the worst…
In this monstrous, four-parts-and-an-index article, I rank every 2020 anime I actually completed, from worst to best.