Ichigo Kurasaki is a 15 year old boy who has always had the ability to see ghosts, but the veil between life and death expands far beyond what he originally could have imagined, but he soon learns the truth when he meets a soul reaper, a being from the soul society that cannot be seen by regular humans, and whose job it is to reap and cleanse the souls of the deceased.
Chainsaw Man – Episode 4
It seems with each new episode of this anime, I find it more and more entertaining. This weeks episode was certainly entertaining to say the least, but it also gave us more expansion to the world of Chainsaw Man, so here is my latest review to explain more.
Chainsaw Man – Episode 3
After interferring with a devil hunt being carried out by civilian hunters, Power and her partner Denji are in trouble with their superiors. They both seem to be struggling with the concept of teamwork but when Power offers Denji and opportunity with a rewards befitting that which he seeks so desperately, Denji is convinced to work with Power on a personal mission, but not everything is as it appears.
Chainsaw Man – Episode 2
So after that first episode I've started reading the Chainsaw Man manga alongside watching the new episodes as they release. So I can make a few comparisons between the two in my reviews.
Chainsaw Man – Episode 1
For me, anime can be hard to get into, because there are so many choices, and a lot of those choices have so much backlog to get through at this point that it can be hard to stick to it and pull through each episode to get to the best bits that you've seen and heard so much about. Luckily, I have found a few stories that are only just getting anime adaptations such as Demon Slayer and more recently, Chainsaw Man! So, here is my review for the first episode of this brand new anime.
My Top Picks for a Scooby-Doo Halloween Movie Marathon!
When it comes to family friendly monster hunts and spooky mysteries, only one name comes to mind this halloween season, and that name is Scooby-Doo! With the latest release in the Scooby-Doo franchise, Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!, I decided that I could create a list of the best Scooby-Doo animated features to watch around Halloween to get you and the family in the mood this spooky season.
The Tiger’s Tongue #1
Writer: Olivia Stephens Penciler/Inker: Diansakhu Banton-Perry Colourist: Bex Glendining Letterer: Joamette Gil Cover Artist: Odera Igbokwe Cover Artist: Odera Igbokwe Plot: Under the militant rule of The Tiger’s People, empowered by their animal familiars, the Claw is on the brink of war. At the precipice of adulthood, twin princesses Kelindi and Aridani hold the future of... Continue Reading →
The Last Session Volume 1: Roll for Initiative
Author: Jasmine Walls Artist: Dozerdraws Letterer: Micah Myers Editor: Michael Moccio Cover for The Last Session Volume 1: Roll for Initiative Plot: When I group of outcasts meet up at an after school club that doesn't go to plan, they form a strong friendship within the game of D&D, Dice and Deathtraps. However, the pressure... Continue Reading →
Potions Inc. #1
The call of adventure always seems to hang up whenever Randelgast Jones tries to answer it, leaving him facing the dull future of working in his family’s successful potion shop.
In the company of unlikely allies, The Sheriff makes his way to Rome on a ship. Whilst out at sea, he and Robin Hood have a discussion about their aligning goals and what that means for their current relationship, or rather, acquaintanceship.