There have been a plethora of shoujo anime shows set in high school that I’ve watched where it literally takes many episodes or even until the finale for one of the lovebirds to confess their feelings to their crush, and then you have My Little Monster, where the male protagonist instantly (maybe coercively is a better word) expresses his […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: My Little Monster"
If asked to briefly articulate on what this movie is about in one fell swoop, my answer would be that it primarily centers around a story of grief and revenge. What sets this apart from other movies with similar themes however is that it isn’t mainly reliant on gratuitous violence and brutality (even though it is quite gruesome at times). […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Confessions"
Has their ever been a moment where you came back home after a laborious day at your job, and thought to yourself “I sure wish I had my own trusty maid?” Have you also ever wondered how things would be if the maid was also a dragon? Kobayashi, our main protagonist, experiences this scenario first-hand when a dragon named […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid"
For pretty much all his life, Kou Ichinomiya, an established businessman who is the future heir to his father’s business, has always lived with the mindset of never being indebted to anyone. But on one fateful day, he lets his guard down. Some random kids jumped him and threw his pants to a hard-to-reach part of a bridge. […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: Arakawa Under the Bridge"
Some of the best films where teenagers are the focal point of the moviegoers attention usually leaves me with a feeling of whiplash-at times frantic and mundane, strikingly hilarious and contemplative, and emanates a slight amount of uncanny surrealism. These are usually the emotional connotations that arise in my mind whenever I introspectively look back at that […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Your Name"
Yare yare daze… Scum’s Wish was a beautiful show yet tremendously gut-wrenching at the same time. This anime really took me by surprise since It evoked a cornucopia of feelings that I’ve never felt before from other romance anime shows (maybe I haven’t watched enough). It bravely explores the deep complexities and hardships that might arise with falling in love […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: Scum’s Wish"
One of my favorite feelings is when I come across a show that completely floors me by vastly exceeding my expectations with regards to how much I’d end up enjoying it. Konosuba is that kind of anime. The premise isn’t that out of the ordinary for it’s genre, an otaku gets transported into a mystical land resembling an […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: KonoSuba (Season 1)"