Had I not been following the manga for a while now, I wouldn’t have thought things could get even more despair-ridden in Shingeki no Kyojin. If you didn’t think so, then don’t feel bad. Continue reading
Goldfish in swimming pools? A genius teaching at an all girls school? Sounds like some Weekend Reading. Continue reading
After watching this episode, and re-reading the relevant chapters of the manga I’m willing to state that Shingeki no Kyojin has started its case studies on humanity. To make things even better, the first look at humanity is quite the thought-provoking conundrum. One which any military expert shouldn’t have to think about. Continue reading
After an outright slaughter, we find our emotionless soldier on his way back to the fleet. But why is no one happy that he saved Bellows and her crew’s lives? So, without going into more of a recap (since I’m so late on this post anyway), let’s dive into what this episode had to offer.
So this week, Joe and Aeroblip team back up, despite technology trying to bring us down. We run through a lot of anime news, licensing announcements, sales figures, ongoing impressions of this season’s anime, and the Word Up! game. So come check it out!
Sabas here! It’s been a while since our last weekend reading, so I compiled a few items worth checking out. Usually Weekend Reading is usually focused on one or two particular manga, but I decided to do things a bit differently by putting the spotlight on a few blog posts, a visual novel, and two manga.
After a hasty start to the voyage of the ship Yamato, our intrepid crew is ready to leave orbit and begin it’s journey out of the solar system. The crew makes it’s way to Mars in preparation for a faster than light jump to Uranus, but a problem occurs, and they arrive at Jupiter, where they find something unexpected. What will the crew of the Yamato do?