Dogs in Space is one of the shows that start out light and simple, but you quickly realize that there’s something darker lying underneath the surface. Or well - it tries to be
Tag: 2021 animated shows
“Kid Cosmic” is back to save the day!
I have been waiting for Season 2 of Kid Cosmic for months. I adored the first season of the show which had a nice twist on the traditional superhero narrative - and I’m happy to say Season 2 continues the story in an interesting and engaging way. While Season 1 focused largely on Kid -… Continue reading “Kid Cosmic” is back to save the day!
“Eden” is just another boring Netflix anime
Eden should have been a movie. Or just not existed at all. The Netflix miniseries focuses on a young girl named Sara who was raised by a pair of robots, some 1,000 years after humans disappeared. The two robots run away from their home Eden-3 in order to raise Sara in safety. When Sara finds… Continue reading “Eden” is just another boring Netflix anime
“Castlevania” ends on a masterful note
Finally: a good Netflix original. After sitting through the okay Arlo the Alligator Boy and the utterly mediocre snoozefest that was Yasuke, it was good to watch something that was a near-masterpiece of story-telling and animation. Castlevania’s final season like the rest of the series was amazing. I always get nervous with final seasons -… Continue reading “Castlevania” ends on a masterful note
“The Promised Neverland” Season 2 is just terrible
How do you mess up an anime adaptation this badly? Actually, let me rephrase that, ow do you mess up a season of television so badly? Especially when the first season was praised for being so well-written and paced? How do you go from being one of the best animes out there to...basically being written… Continue reading “The Promised Neverland” Season 2 is just terrible
“City of Ghosts” is chicken soup for the soul.
"City of Ghosts" is a love letter to L.A. and all the different people and cultures that call it home.