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The Nihon Revue, Episode Two

The Nihon Revue, Episode Two

So, it’s that time of season, and we’re back with our second seasonal podcast, with episode 2 of The Nihon Revue. This time round, Shadowmage has joined me, and we’ve sat down and had a chat about a few titles we watched from the last season (and both basically decided it was a pretty crappy […]

Where Does Gap Moe Fit Into Post-Moe?

Where Does Gap Moe Fit Into Post-Moe?

In a recent article published on We Remember Love, Pontifus considered the confusing contradictions that appear throughout Ookami-san and pondered whether they indicated a statement on moe, or perhaps even a meta-reaction to it. He took it one step further by bringing up the question of whether a moe in conflict with itself (as appears […]

J.C. Staff Knows Friendship

J.C. Staff Knows Friendship

Romance is rife in anime, and why not… it’s a fascinating and ever relevant topic that anime has a decent track record with overall. Friendship, outside of romance (since romance innately implies friendship) isn’t a so frequently explored topic. But, it’s not hard to find examples of wonderful and genuine friendships between two or more […]

Summer 2010 Mid-season Impressions

Summer 2010 Mid-season Impressions

We’re just past the half-way point of the current season, and fast approaching the beginning of the next. A handful of our staff have taken a moment to tell you what we think of the show’s we’re watching so far, up to this point. This collection of our mid-season thoughts will serve as the first […]

Summer 2010: First Thoughts

Summer 2010: First Thoughts

This season, we’re doing something a bit different with our seasonal First Thoughts article. A handful of our staff have contributed their impressions on the shows they’re following so far. It’s an intriguing season to date, but for mine, it isn’t nearly as promising as the others that have preceded it this year, and I’d […]