Tag: music

  • Sound! Euphonium is GARBAGE

    I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again; the word overrated is lazy. It is indicative of a person who is unwilling to analyze a story critically, but still wants to take a cheap potshot at it. Demon Slayer is beautifully animated but the story is derivative, so it’s overrated. Attack on Titan’s ending didn’t […]

  • Bocchi the Rock! Review: K-On Can’t Communicate

    Directed by Keiichirou Saitou Produced by Cloverworks Streaming on Crunchyroll I was in a bit of a pickle. I got ahead of myself and slated six reviews for the autumn season, and didn’t actually have six anime to watch. Alright, I said to myself, I’ll just watch the first episode of everything until something sticks […]

  • Given Plays a Flat Tune

    This started as a completely different essay. I wanted to write about how good and compelling music anime can be; my problem was that I didn’t have enough music anime to write about. I’ve already gone on about Your Lie in April and Those Snow White Notes, and I’m saving K-On for a rainy day […]

  • Takt Op. Destiny Review: Fate stay/night the Musical

    Studio: MAPPA x Madhouse Director: Yuki Ito Streaming on: Crunchyroll Believe it or not, I have a favorite child when it comes to seasonal anime. Usually once a season, a certain kind of anime comes out. It’s an original project propelled by a strong creative vision, and it shows me something I have actually never […]