I've decided to close "Where No Anime Goes Unpunished." It's been a long time, I'll admit, since Navaash and I first started it as "Where No Fic Goes Unpunished," which was a Tenchi Muyo fanfiction review site. After Navaash steped aside, it was Rurouni Ken-ouki who became my webmaster. Then as he stepped aside, I tried it myself for awhile. Then JC and I started this new version of Dragon's Anime...and this is where I started doing all of my work.
*looks at the title of this article...* Well, sort of. We're not dead yet folks, barring accident, incident, personal crisis, work, and school work, we're still alive and somewhat kicking. Personally, I'm going for being raised as a Lich/Demon/Sith Lord hybrid. Today's little offering is brought to you by the letters E, G, and L as well as the numbers 6 and 9......
Alright folks, here's a new review that's been waiting in the wings; it's it's Utawarerumono, based on the Tactical RPG Eroge of the same name. Join Hakuro and his friends in what I think stands of great chance of becoming this generation's classic fantasy anime. I'll let my review speak for itself on what I think, so enjoy.
As always, you can find a conversation thread on the forums as well. CLOSED
Let it never be said, dear readers, we don't go all out! I am sicker than a terrier dog after sucking down a ton of chocolate, and yet...here is a review for Zero no Tsukaima. It's a horribly compressed anime, that couldn't quite make itself bad regardless of what was done...and what wasn't done to it, heh.
If someone could make the comments thread for me, I'll give you...well, you probably don't want what I'd have to give you at this point, but I'd be really appreciative, heh. CLOSED
Well, I'm finally back - more or less - and this week it's with a review of the Mecha series Innocent Venus. Join Jin, Jo, and Sakura as they try to keep one step ahead of the military machine that wants to claim Sakura for their own plots and plans. A reasonably high recommendation for those that like good action, drama and characters. Saddle up, and read on!
As always, you're welcome to share your opinion of the review, too. CLOSED
Finally, I've encoded and torrented part 2 of Anime Expo 2006's Cosplay. This year, the entertainment between the cosplay and judging was just as good, if not better at many points, than the actual cosplay itself. I've encoded this one in x264 as an experiment, so if there's any problems, let me know.
Discuss and drop comments here. CLOSED