Time Enforcer Anubis here with more about moé!
Not too long ago, Kgods, a friend of the site, directed me to an episode of Destroy All Podcasts DX. In the tail end of the episode, after briefly insulting VZ (Another friend of the site), there was a discussion about moé and its affect on the anime industry. The discussion, however, was less of a discussion and more of a long-winded explanation by one of the presenters, dripping with Americentrism.
Continue reading “Americentrism in the Anti-Moe Brigade”
Time Enforcer Anubis here with another review!
Some genres just aren’t around as much as they used to be. This is both a blessing and a curse, as the remaining games in these genres tend to be the hardest-of-hardcore, but as time moves on, said genres will slowly drift into obscurity. One such genre is the space-flight sim, which is the genre that the game I have today fits squarely in.
Continue reading “She’s shot down a Xenon N!”
I am of the opinion that no work of art or media is above or beneath scrutiny.
That is to say, all works deserve deliberate examination. There is nothing that isn’t worth analysis, and there is nothing that “defies criticism.” Closer examination of a work of media may reveal aspects of it that could change the way people think about it, both for old and new works. Countless such examinations exist for anime such as Neon Genesis Evangelion, Revolutionary Girl Utena, and, more recently, Puella Magi Madoka Magica.
This operation, however, will take on an anime that was pushed aside disgustedly like the broccoli in a child’s plate by many fans. Disliked, ignored, or outright hated, this series garnered little examination from the fandom at large and, while it’s not difficult to see why it was pushed aside, the elements that originally squicked the individuals who now hate the show aren’t the only elements at work.
Continue reading “Operation Apex in the Circle: Mission Briefing”
Time Enforcer Anubis here with more commentary on gaming!
Back on the old blog, I made a post about the clamour for originality coming from gamers. It’s still something I think is an issue in the gaming community, and it’s related to the issue I present here.
Continue reading “The Nintendo Double-Standard”
As far as ecchi anime goes, Ladies Versus Butlers! is about as good as it gets: Pure romance-comedy with a heavy dose of ecchi that doesn’t try to be anything other than an ecchi romance-comedy.
LvB is also special for another reason. It introduced a character that stuck with me quicker than most characters from other shows in the same genre.
That character is one Miss Selnia Iori Flameheart
Continue reading “Personnel Reconnaissance: Selnia Iori Flameheart”