Tag: fantasy

  • Shield Hero is the Perfect Isekai

    It’s been a minute since I’ve talked about The Rising of the Shield Hero, and that’s a shame. It’s one of my favorite isekai from the last few years, and considering how big the genre is, that’s no mean feat. It’s not as challenging or deep as something like Re: Zero, but Shield Hero isn’t […]

  • Goblin Slayer: A Bizarrely Thoughtful Exploration of Trauma

    Goblin Slayer is one of the strangest anime I have ever seen, though I don’t mean that on a conceptual level. Fantasy anime with comedically single-minded protagonists and RPG elements is an oversaturated market, but Goblin Slayer manages to make a few decisions to keep things interesting. However, it is hard to talk about this […]

  • Tatoeba Last Dungeon Review: One Punch Man but a Cinnamon Roll

    Studio: Liden Films Director: migmi Streaming on: Funimation Overpowered protagonists are a staple of fantasy and isekai, and the concept is starting to wear thin. One Punch Man’s second season underwhelmed after the smash success of the first, while no one seems to be able to manage to muster up any love or hate for […]