A not-so-serious discussion of the ill fated Hand Shakers anime. Awful CG, awful story, and really weird characters. Let’s grab a beer and jump down this rabbit hole together.
As an avid anime figurine enthusiast, there’s a lot more to the hobby than you think. Check out my Boyish figure Q+A video to see the types of anime figures I like, my pet peeves on the activity.
You don’t need to have a vast knowledge of literature to enjoy Bungo Stray Dogs. With that said, this action packed detective mob story features a good number of homages and references to Eastern and Western writers. Let’s dive into the six things you need…
Hey fellow WordPress readers! Here’s a rather late Christmas greeting from me as well as some updates on where my channel is headed and what to look forward to in 2017. Much love and thanks for tuning in. – The Writer SITB
How are shadows conveyed in movies and television? How are their effects translated to anime? In this video, I examine the nature of a cinematic shadow and how its use goes beyond that of a simple movie trick. I’ll also apply it to 2 key…
Baccano! is Ryogo Narita’s seriously underrated first work about guns, gangs, and prohibition. Here are five things you need to know about the wild and crazy world of Baccano!
Ever watch any of those short 2-3 minute anime that comes out every season? What makes them enjoyable and how can you learn to appreciate them more? The Writer investigates…
Beneath the Bold Eyes is back and here I take a look at a hectic anime that explores the life of an otaku shut in and his sense of worth in the world. Expect comedy, cringe, and crying. Here is Welcome to the NHK!
Here’s my first review of an anime that’s not really terrible, but misses the point of a good high school battle anime. Oh and there’s some sci fi stuff and boobs in there as well.
Action without dialogue is a powerful cinematic technique. Here’s how this scene from the anime ERASED effectively uses this action and why it is the best scene out of the series.