Anime mini-reviews are the name of the game with Irregular Reconnaissance.
This week we're looking at a batch of Netflix shows, including one of the two most popular anime on the platform in the USA in 2020. The one we're not looking at is a Pokemon movie.
In Geek Native's Irregular Reconnaissance, we round up a batch of anime, write up reflections on the episodes in question and hurry to a quick rating.
Mini-reviews for anime is the name of the game here, whether we're tracking along with an episodic release or writing up a whole series in one shot, the idea is to be brief and spoiler-free.
In this issue of the column, you'll find a mix of successes and of disappointment. We begin by looking at one of Crunchyroll's big bets for the season, Noblesse, and while it's not terrible, it's not amazing either.
In this Irregular Reconnaissance, we mix and match some of Netflix and Crunchyroll's latest shows with some classics.
Dragon's Dogma was given plenty of hype by Netflix, but is it any good or is The Great Pretender a better shout? In this article, we also catch up with some of the concluding Crunchyroll summer hits to find out which ones finish strongly.
In this Irregular Reconnaissance, we take a look at the first episode of some of the potential hits or misses in the new Crunchyroll winter season.
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?