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Attack on Titan The Final Season The Final Chapters Part 1 - 9/10

A great sendoff to a key character, and I love the personal moments as normal civilians experience the Rumbling early on. The last third dragged a little, but it got me excited for the final battle overall.

Demon Slayer: To the Swordsmith Village - 9/10

I enjoyed seeing three Demon Slayer episodes on the big screen. Not much more to say.

Make My Day - 5/10

This is a cool horror anime that reminds me of the sense of isolation of Metroid. There are redemption arcs aplenty, and a pretty emotional scene of a woman giving birth. It's too bad most of the characters are so one dimensional, and the CGI is quite bad.

Trigun Stampede - 9/10

Speaking of CGI, Trigun Stampede is CGI done right. The movement is so smooth. My one minor nitpick is that the designs look better in darker lightning. When they're out in the bright desert, they appear less detailed. I love the character chemistry that remains faithful to the original manga with Vash being his usual goofy self but serious when he needs to be. Vash, Wolfwood, and Meryl are great together, and the new addition of Roberto grew on me. Knives is so much more developed in this one compared to the 98 anime. The music slaps too.

My Hero Academia Season 6 - 9/10

After a poor 5th season, I'm glad MHA is back on track. The war arc had some real sacrifice and some intense battles. But the second half of the season is what made me love it. Seeing Deku shoulder so much burden by himself really made me appreciate his character the most since the Overhaul arc. I'm also glad Uraraka finally got to shine.


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To Your Eternity Season 2 - 9/10

After being abroad for a while I’ve finally had the chance to catch up and finish the second season. I feel like the last few episodes of the anime were where things really picked up but the last ep felt a little bit rushed to me. That being said there were some very satisfying moments and some not so great ones. Overall though I loved the anime and the ending of the episode really leaves me hanging to see what they’ll do in what will be the setting of the third season.
Buddy Daddies - 9/10

I thought this was a simple Spy x Family clone at first, but I was really impressed with the degree of fleshed out character relations between Miri, Rei, and Kazuki. The OP and ED are great. My only complaint is the last few episodes feel a little rushed.

Steamboy - 7/10

I didn't understand the story of this one too much. But I absolutely loved the steampunk aesthetic and everyone chasing around to get a package near the start of the movie was highly entertaining with all the moving parts.

Suzume - 9/10

Another excellent Makoto Shinkai movie. I really enjoyed the supernatural aspects of this movie, and the traveling parts really vibed with me. The music was top notch and the animation was gorgeous except for certain CGI.

The Fire Hunter - 6/10

An extremely interesting premise is let down by some very limited animation and some convoluted plot points. There are some gorgeous scenes here, but I felt lost about what was happening half the time.
Beast Tamer - 7/10

This was a pretty good adventure/harem anime. The OP and ED are very catchy. Plus, the character chemistry is on point.

One Piece: Episode of Luffy - 7/10

A bland and boring villain brings this special down. Plus, too many flashbacks lifted directly from the show. Still, the Straw Hat fashion show, the wax statues, and the action are all on point.

86 (Part One) - 9/10

One of the best mecha anime I've ever watched. No one is safe in this show. The story format is incredibly unique as we see two different perspectives unfold, and there is some deeper commentary about racism and the power of camaraderie. Stunning visuals and music only add to this show's power although I'm not the biggest fan of CGI mechs.

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Knight of the Falling Moon
Jun 1, 2023
Fierce Deity Mask
Geneshaft // 8 out of 10
In the future mankind to bring an end to violence used genetic engineering to color code people to different stations in life and pit an end to violence. Part of this new world order is there is only 1 man to 9 women, and each man has a registar who monitors him closely for violent tendencies. Irony of ironies a crew is being assembled a la military with a new giant mecha weapon called the Shaft to combat the potential threat of these massive golden rings, one of which is in orbit over earth. Piloting the shaft is the spunky Mika Seido, a white, who’s genetic color is immature and has not become a color yet.
The show feels like Gundam crossed with Halo (the rings), but the characters are more like Cowboy Bebop and Trigun, personable, and each enjoyable respectively; ironically the english actor who plays Spike Spiegel on Cowboy Bebop does a voice of an astronaut from our times who meets these generically engineered future people, and of course it leads fo humorius antics like the realization procreation is now only in labs and love (romnatically) is forbidden.
The Show had a long run on Toonami on Cartoon Network at night, and that is how I discovered it.
There is a lot you may roll the eyes at, including Yugi-Oh’s maniac twin brother who is fatalistic. But the story as whole works, and many pf the characters, including Mika are likable, with naunced performances and that usual anime thing of questions about existence, meaning, choices, and etc.
It does use some 3D animation with the standard anime style, which now is a growing as liked mixature thanks to Studio Orange.

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