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.
Imagine being able to change bodies, either with technology like in Altered Carbon or to slip your soul out of your body and dive into the world of the supernatural.
Will the vampire conspiracy defeat mankind? Can the youngest group of mecha-mercenaries from Mars escape the clutches of the evil corporation? Why is the water goddess Aqua so annoying?
Castlevania returns and what's going in the world of Somali and the Forest Spirit. Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
A monster-hunting Boogiepop phantom, a ninja, growing into his powers and the deadly demons that threaten humanity.
Steampunk warriors against the zombie armies, mystic military groups against the vampire overlords that pulling our strings from the shadows and dodgy fan service. Yep, it's another round up of anime mini-reviews.
In this episode of Irregular Reconnaissance, we've two shows that manage a 'Good' rating, and they're sandwiching a cluster of less successful candidates.