Some anime shows start off well but then nosedive towards nonsense or rush to get the story told before the series ends.
The Rising of Shield Hero postcards from over 60 countries.
The genre seems to be full of great undiscovered titles, and that is a terrible shame.
It’s another Irregular Reconnaissance for anime. We’re at risk of this becoming dangerously regular at this pace! Want to injection some welcome chaos into the process? Hit this teleport link to visit a random post matching the phrase Irregular Reconnaissance.…
This Irregular Reconnaissance column is dominated by anime shows that had been prematurely parked.
In today's issue, we look at five new titles and give them a quick once over.
Spoilers! 37 times more spoilers than usual.
What’s this? Another issue of Irregular Reconnaissance and after only a week? That brings the average amount of time between articles to merely 500-ish days. As you would expect, issue 33 picks up from issue 32, but while we’re still in catch-up mode, we’ll be treating entire seasons to mini-reviews. Scout Here in the Irregular Reconnaissance scout report, we whiz through five different anime titles (give or take) to dish out quick observations and recommendations.…
The Rising of the Shield is an anime streaming on Crunchyroll about a run-of-the-mill otaku who is transported to another world by a book in the library.
Got tips of your own? These are incredibly helpful as the number of streaming platforms increase and companies like Netflix invest even more into anime. L