And just like that…Amphibia is over. The finale cements it as one of the greatest animated shows of the decade.
Kino’s Journey - The Beautiful World - The Animated Series is the second anime adaptation based on the series of light novels of the same name. I haven’t read it yet but it’s certainly something I am considering now. (There are 22 volumes and I’m not sure if there are more coming. It might take… Continue reading Kino’s Journey (2017) provides a beautiful world to escape into during these trying times
It always sucks when you get into a series after it’s over. You don’t get to participate in fan theories or discussions and you can’t go through fanfictions or wikis without getting spoiled to Hell and back. And it doubly sucks when the show is cancelled before its time. And that’s my case with Sym-Bionic… Continue reading 2020 is the year we should bring back “Sym-Bionic Titan”
Tuca and Bertie is wacky, insane drug-trip of a cartoon. The show thrives on relatable situations, in a world that thrives on cartoon logic and physics. Whereas Bojack Horseman is grounded in (a) reality where humans and animals exist; Tuca and Bertie uses its wacky setting to its fullest and most extreme potential. Tuca and… Continue reading ‘Tuca and Bertie’ balances humor and seriousness, and ultimately stands out
As soon as Netflix made the announcement for The Dragon Prince was made, expectations for the show were extremely high. Aaron Ehasz and Giancarlo Volpe, who are both producers for The Dragon Prince worked on Avatar: The Last Airbender, as a writer and director respectively. They were responsible for some of Avatar’s best episodes and… Continue reading “The Dragon Prince” is a victim of high expectations