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.
A clutch of anime mini-reviews. We drop one of Netflix's latest anime straight away as being no good.
Hello and welcome to another edition of Geek Native's anime mini-reviews.
We touch on the Tower of God, the new anime made from the mega-hit Korean Webtoon, Amazon Prime Video's award-winning anime series and the weirdness and Nazi problem in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
A surprisingly dark furry anime in which the (apparent) hero tries very hard not to eat the girl he fancies, surprise vampire sex and warring gods.
A smartphone game turns deadly in Darwin's Game, the spirits are restless in In/Spectre and the surprising success of Carole & Tuesday.