Welcome to The Cart Driver’s world renowned anime season preview! In the post-chartfag world, the need for season previews to simply tell you what anime are coming out has been diminished. Instead I’m here to tell you why these upcoming anime are interesting. And there are a lot of…interesting anime coming out this spring. Bar […]
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The first time I ever read an anime blog, it was a season preview. That’s part of the reason why I consider season previews to be the most vital posts of the year. The most important thing anime blogs do for the community. They are the ones who do the research and provide it all […]
Occult Academy continues its habit of changing director for every episode, which in turn keeps the show from ever having a consistent tone or purpose but sure as hell keeps the entertainment flowing and keeps the show from ever turning dull. The fellow who directing this episode was Ryosuke Nakamura, who’s worked on everything from […]
Someone had their Caps Lock on when subbing this episode. Dear fansubbers. We know America is yelling. We can hear him. You don’t need to put his lines into all caps. In fact, there’s a small, cynical part of me that believes that the Hetalia subs not showing up in the usual anime channels reeks […]
There’s something I’ve been thinking about ever since Gintama mentioned it in one episode. Japan has a serious problem with an ageing population and a dangerously low birth rate, right? Therefore you would think television audiences average age would be closer to 45 than 15. Yet here I am, writing yet another season preview where […]
Deen, Deen, Deen. You didn’t exactly put your A-team out on this one did you. The first episode of Giant Killing was hardly eye-candy. Neither was the voice-acting exactly stellar, apart from Tatsumi, the main character. Neither do I feel they went about the right way of introducing the story in this first episode, and […]
It might interest you to learn that I’m currently homeless. Yup, I’ve moved out of my parents house and yet to move into college accommodation. I’m writing this post underneath a bridge (wifi is everywhere!), curled up in my sleeping bag. Such is my dedication to Hetalia blogging. The above statement may be slightly exaggerated.