It's time for another issue of Irregular Reconnaissance: Anime. We'll look at the latest Aggretsuko, Rent-a-Girlfriend, Imperial Wrath of the Gods, The Misfit of Demon King Academy and frustratingly copy'n'pasted virus monsters in Gibiate.
There seems to be a boom in great anime right now. Is it the growing war between Crunchyroll and Netflix? Is it that WarnerMedia is, as rumoured, gearing up to sell Crunchyroll at its peak?
A look at The Seven Deadly Sin's Imperial Wrath of the Gods as well as the drama that comes with renting a girlfriend or visiting a monster girl doctor.
Netflix packs a lot of plot into the furry espionage BNA and even more into the dangerously packed Japan Sinks 2020. We struggle to the end of end of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and get a jot of energy with Re:Zero.
In this report, we look at five anime including one of Netflix's newest purchases in the ecological horror that is Japan Sinks 2020.
Let's get cracking with a catch-up of some of the first wave of Crunchyroll's Originals reaching their conclusion, Netflix returning to the world of furries and those man-eating titans.
I'm glad I ignored the initial poor reviews over at Crunchyroll and watched this.
It's a mix of gore and romance in this episode of Irregular Reconnaissance. As ever; there's a shortage of spoilers.
We're looking at new shows like the surreally magical Dorohedoro which feels so different and unique, as well as new shows like A Certain Scientific Railgun T which is safely familiar but still very good.
Viking dramas, actual computer game footage and the phenomena of people being born again into computer games.