Tamers was a real game changer and is great for a quick re-watch. To me it’s the most heady and dramatic series by far and It’s a definite number two for me. My issue with it is that it’s buttoned up nicely at the end and never really expanded upon again. I loved Frontier for the Judeo/Christian mythology stuff thrown… Read more
Adventure and Tamers are my personal favorite. Frontier was great too, but i ended up not finishing it for unknown reasons
An admittedly odd comparison, but the way the camera and characters moved during the action scenes kind of reminded me of moments in One Punch Man.
Dreamworks’ Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts is all about a group of (mostly) average kids making their way around a strange post-apocalyptic land. It’s been overrun with mutated, sentient animals who’ve driven most of humanity to live in hiding underground.
So, Gurren Lagann sans Giant Robots powered by the rule of… Read more
I was so enraptured by the first episode that it wasn’t until after it was done that I realized there were no British accents.
The last line of the episode caught me off-guard — wasn’t the point that Agatha/Zoe didn’t fear death? So why would she need the “crutch” of Dracula’s dream state?
I feel like the dream state also invalidates what Dracula was trying to prove (that he doesn’t fear death) by making it an experience that isn’t scary.
Agath… Read more
I smell bleach
“oh so it’s a racist detector!”