Tokyo Ghoul, the manga, is a good supernatural manga with a decent amount of action and gore. So, when I heard that it was getting an anime, I was very excited. I was not disappointed. Tokyo Ghoul in itself is a great but incomplete anime. Why is it incomplete? I will get to it in … Continue reading The Dual Personality of the Tokyo Ghoul series – A Review
Zankyou no Terror is an original anime, i.e. it has no manga or novel of any kind. This anime is made by the very person behind illustrious anime that have made a huge impact on watchers of those anime. The guy is none other than Shinichirō Watanabe, the mind behind Cowboy Bebop and Space Dandy.Without … Continue reading Zankyou no Terror: A Review
The Goddess of Fate selects six heroes whenever the demon lord awakens and threatens the universe. These heroes are given the powers to fight the demon lord and Adlet, our main protagonist who claims to be the strongest man in the world becomes one of the chosen. However, when the heroes gather they find that … Continue reading Rokka no Yuusha: A Review
A Review is usually done when you finish an anime or a game. But, One Piece is an anime that refuses to stop and still continues to air after starting airing in the late 1990’s. The anime has logged around 700+ episodes and is expected to run for a few more years. So while this … Continue reading One Piece: Undisputed King of Present Day Anime?
A scary book turning into a movie is pretty scary but when the same book is now made into a whole series, it is a whole new level of excitement. Sleepy Hollow, an incredible tale of horror written by Washington Irving thrilled people to their bones while making the hair on their arms stand with … Continue reading Sleepy Hollow: The TV Show Review
Have you ever thought of what happens to the “soul” when we die? Well, I never wondered about such things before. From what I gather from observing various religions is that our soul does go to another place after death and that dying is not the end. I have personally never giving all this much … Continue reading Death Parade: A Review
"I've learned there are two types of people in Iraq. Those who are very good and those who are dead." - Sgt. Antonio Espera. HBO sure knows which series to pick to air because Generation Kill is one beautifully written realistic account of the Iraq war. Spoilers will follow, so skip to the end if … Continue reading TV Review: Generation Kill