Sound! Euphonium Review
Anime Review

Sound! Euphonium Review

Sound! Euphonium Review
Even amongst Kyoto Animation's prestigious back catalogue, Sound! Euphonium carves out a place amongst the very best, with a subtle blend of Slice of Life and Drama, and understated yet well developed characters, topped off with truly breathtaking animation and music.
• 3rd October 2018
Hello!! Kinmoza! Season 2 Review
Anime Review

Hello!! Kinmoza! Season 2 Review

Hello!! Kinmoza! Season 2 Review
Not a whole lot has changed in Hello!! Kinmoza!, but then again, not a lot had to, remaining as hilarious, fun and wholesome as the initial series was, introducing a new character to keep things fresh whilst maintaining everything that made the original so endearing to begin with.
• 4th July 2018
My Boy Volume 1 Review
Manga Review

My Boy Volume 1 Review

My Boy Volume 1 Review
An unconventional friendship develops between two lonely individuals. My Boy delivers a sensitive and beautifully drawn story that will make readers think about the pressures of modern life on adults and children alike.
• 20th April 2018
Hyouka Part 1 Review
Anime Review

Hyouka Part 1 Review

Hyouka Part 1 Review
With a lovable cast of characters, superb animation, and a real attention to detail, Hyouka comes highly recommended by me. It might sound boring on the surface but give it a try and you’ll find something truly fascinating.
• 1st December 2017
Barakamon Review
Anime Review

Barakamon Review

Barakamon Review

Seishu Handa, a talented young calligrapher, flees in disgrace to a remote island, after a searing public critique of his work provokes him to physically attack his eminent critic. Will he find…

• 31st July 2017
Aho-Girl, Volume 1 Review
Manga Review

Aho-Girl, Volume 1 Review

Aho-Girl, Volume 1 Review

“Only two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the universe.” – Albert Einstein

British comedy is full of classic idiotic characters: Baldrick,…

• 16th July 2017
HaNaYaMaTa Review
Anime Review

HaNaYaMaTa Review

HaNaYaMaTa Review

Naru Sekiya is a terminally average 14 year old, with average intelligence, athleticism and talents. She had hoped everything would change when she started middle school, and her life would …

• 25th August 2016