I promised Nicollzg to post about anime that work for me. It wasn’t easy, I had a blank mind when I started suddenly thinking of anime I like. What came to my mind is mainly old stuff, from 80s and 90s. Am I getting that old to remember only distant past?
I won’t (kinda) write about science fiction anime because it would dominate the whole post. I’ll write about sf anime later on, maybe in time for The 2015 Sci-Fi Experience, maybe later. I selected three themes: comedy, vampires and fantasy.
There is one thing all those anime have in common – I’d love to watch them again. Don’t expect reviews, it wouldn’t be fair to review films/series I watched years ago. Have fun!
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During my talk with Carl about Almost Human, a police sf series, one of the topics was the length of the series. I recommended a classic Japanese animated TV series called Serial Experiments Lain. That triggered memories, and so, during The 2015 Sci-Fi Experience I rewatched the series.
The main heroine is Lain, a shy Japanese 8th grader who is not good with computers, but slowly gets pulled into Wired (Internet-like network).
Continue reading Serial Experiments Lain review
Recently I have watched several anime. Actually I think I started watching series after re-watching Spiral: suiri no kizuna during my special May challenge – a month without USA/UK culture.
I’ve been watching anime for years, but I didn’t watch much in the last few months. Recently it has changed. I’ve been watching mainly fantasy or science-fiction anime.
Continue reading to learn more about these fantasy (Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san, Amatsuki) and science-fiction (Black Bullet, Sidonia no kishi, Broken Blade) TV series.
Continue reading Recently Watched Anime
Back in time again. This time I’ll order the science fiction films I watched in December 2013. Three out of 4 films were aired in TV when I was sick. Post obviously written for The 2014 Sci-Fi Experience.
Continue reading to see the reviews of 3 SF films from USA and a SF film from South Korea. The newest film reviewed will be from 2003, the oldest – from 1997.
Continue reading December 2013 SF films experience
Detective Conan (Japanese: 名探偵 コナン) is a manga and anime detective series by Japanese author Gosho Aoyama. The story about genius teenage detective (Shinichi Kudo) shrinking into an elementary-school-pupil (Edogawa Conan) goes for over 20 years in Japan. When it will end, only the author knows.
Continue reading to see the review of the first Detective Conan’s film – A Time Bombed Skyscraper.
Continue reading Detective Conan’s first film review