I started a new job last week and once again, didn’t have time to write a proper review. With the news of the HBO Max / Discovery+ merger and the inevitable cancelation or removal of dozens of pieces of media from the platform (and I have no doubt that the animation category will suffer the most losses), I decided to write about animated shows that got screwed over.
(Spoiler Warning!) I’ve been waiting a while for Beastars to return to Netflix, and I’m happy to say that the anime is still excellent. While the first season had a lot of backstory and set-up, which was very well-done by the way...the second season focuses on the fallout. Legoshi is on the hunt for the… Continue reading “Beastars” continues to be one of the best anime.
It’s hard to believe it’s the holiday season. Chanukah starts tomorrow night, and my annual Chinese food and a movie night are just around the corner. It sucks I won’t be able to celebrate either with my family. But in the meantime, let’s explore the shows that made me the happiest this year. Infinity Train… Continue reading Top Five Animated Shows of 2020
If you ever wondered what Zootopia would be like if it was geared towards an older audience and was able to explain more-in depth predator-prey relationships and examine how stereotypes and prejudices shape people’s personalities, then look no farther than Beastars. I already talked about this anime a little last week, but already it’s one… Continue reading “Beastars” isn’t just for furries and never was.
And so, I have come to realize that being stuck in my apartment and the surrounding area for the foreseeable future is a kind of special ironic Hell. I want fresh air and social interaction so much, but I don’t want to get or transmit the Coronavirus. I’m not an outdoorsy person. I’m not an… Continue reading 10 cartoons to bing during your Coronavirus quarantine