Gen Urobuchi’s latest politically charged work drips with the potential of an interplanetary war, and Aldnoah.Zero looks poised to deliver on its promise.
Redeeming the abysmal second half of the first season of Sword Art Online could be tough, but there’s enough potential in Sword Art Online II to excuse one for getting their hopes up.
Rail Wars! reeks of a potentially interesting premise squandered by poor execution.
Tokyo Ghoul may have the most amazing first episode I’ve ever seen.
If you don’t like giant robots, might as well stop reading now. Shirogane no Ishi Argevollen probably isn’t for you.
In yet another town by a sea, somewhere in rural Japan, P.A. Works presents a group of adolescent kids getting to ready to graduate — and it’s a safe bet that those students will engage in a love polygon of sorts as they find their way through the final months of their youth.
I position myself as a writer who focuses primarily on video games, but as I’ve heard so many freelancers tell me: “diversifying your portfolio is a must if you want to succeed.” Therefore, anime previews incoming.