Yes, I am sorry that I did not get up my South Park: The Stick of Truth review last week, it’s currently halfway done, and will go up late this week. JoJo will not be reviewed until the week after, as I find it very hard to watch and properly criticize as it is like listening to a deaf person give a speech, a well written speech, but one that is pronounced so bizarrely that I honestly feel a bit bad listening to it. (more…)
Note: I re-reviewed this anime in 2019. Please disregard this original review.
Oh dear, oh dandy, this one is a doozy. I wanted to find something that reinvigorated my interest in the medium as I’ve been wanting to repeat history and stop looking at it for about a year, and then watching more anime series for about six months before the cycle continued once more. So I picked a very hushed out anime that I wagered to have a reputation towards it being really weird. Which it meets head first by offering one of the most unique series I’ve ever seen. It’s Elfen Lied, and it is one of my favorite things I’ve seen this year.
Note: I re-reviewed this anime in 2018. Please disregard this original review.
Disclaimer: This post is contains images that are NSFW, because what it is a review of, is also NSFW. Why? Because the show does not care, and why should I?
Now, I don’t know where this show came from, I just heard about it back when I was big into That Guy With The Glasses last summer, and watched through this thing after hearing that it was noisome. And there is no way to say this other than, yep, it is pretty much the worst show I have ever seen. If not the worst product of entertainment I’ve ever seen for sale, let alone get localized. But, explaining why it is bad will require a deeper deconstruction, meaning this review will be long. So enjoy your Christmas with this repugnant gift that keeps on giving!