The Studio 4°C anime is directed by Shoujirou Nishimi and suits fans of surreal and/or bleak fantasy. The flying evil goose spaceship is just one example.
I was calling Macross Plus the movie edition “Top Gun in space” in my head long before I heard pretty much everyone else on the Sunday night of Scotland Loves Anime call it the same thing. Ergo, it makes it into the review. However, the male idiots in Top Gun were at least a bit […]
You might want to know that Japanese celebs do many animal voices. I also got to see the feature-length show on the big screen here in Europe, and I see press coverage that says Crunchyroll will/did so a cinema release in the States.
If you like good stories and not too much mystery (I think the twist in the tale is easy to spot), then I’d recommend taking a trip to the Castle.
Tekkonkinkreet is an English teacher’s delight. There are so many characters, motivations, and subtexts to discuss and dig into. No wonder the boys got buried.
The Lost Mountain Saga is not something I can run right now. But the book is wonderfully made and full of great ideas, amazing art, useful maps, and an entertaining story of what could be around a game table.
Pirate Borg is packed with support for the GM: random tables, history of the Dark Caribbean, nation information, a complete settlement, and a full adventure.
As an artist (and even before I started my FAD course coming up for a year ago), Endless Paper caught my attention and my imagination in a big way. Okay, no, they didn’t. But the infinite zoom videos I watched did – I just didn’t realise then that all the amazing art videos I was […]
When the Ancients left behind a highway of interconnected rings across the galaxy, the Imperial starship Pandora is sent to explore new interstellar connection points.
We’re dealing with faeries here. Little creatures with cute wings, which adults cannot see and which hunt under pillows for teeth.