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BUBUKI/BURANKI Ep 16: A Machiavellian Leader’s Vile Treachery

Note: This post may contain spoilers, so please be cautious! The Hunter’s Bullet, the sixteenth episode of BUBUKI/BURANKI: The Gentle Giants of the Galaxy, shows us the Russian Heart Maxim Arsenyevich Balakireva’s contrition betrayed by Guy Barville Abeille‘s Machiavellian treachery; the beginning of Shūsaku Matobai, Kogane Asabuki, and the rest of her team’s journey to liberate Reoko Banryū and their meeting a surprising Buranki; Azuma Kazuki‘s […]

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Izetta: The Last Witch Ep 3 – The Witch Enters the Battlefield

In The Sword in the Heavens, episode 3 of Izetta: The Last Witch, the Germanians batter Eylstadt’s defense to the breaking point; Princess Finé declines Izetta’s offer protect her and her people; the view of the battlefield pushes the Princess near despair; and Izetta defies the Princess and engages Germania on the field of battle. Amazon doesn’t have any Izetta: The […]

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BUBUKI/BURANKI Ep 15: An Unexpected Confession and a Plea in the Rain

Note: This post may contain spoilers, so please be cautious! In The Right Hand’s Scar, BUBUKI/BURANKI: The Gentle Giants of the Galaxy’s fifteen episode, Kogane Asabuki has to confront Shūsaku Matobai and his confession about his role in her father’s death. Also, we see just how much more effective Bubuki wielders with free-wills can be: Azuma Kazuki‘s limbs made short work […]

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Cooler Nights — That Means It’s Time for the Fall 2016 Anime Preview (Part 2)!

I’ve taken the opportunity presented by the recent announcement of Crunchyroll’s and Funimation’s partnership to streamline how I blog about the seasons. Instead of a post for Crunchyroll and a post for Funimation seasons, I’ll just post about the series regardless of its streaming home. That’s probably overdue, anyway, given how I recently reviewed Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress, […]

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Cooler Nights — That Means It’s Time for the Fall 2016 Anime Preview (Part 1)!

I’ve taken the opportunity presented by the recent announcement of Crunchyroll’s and Funimation’s partnership to streamline how I blog about the seasons. Instead of a post for Crunchyroll and a post for Funimation seasons, I’ll just post about the series regardless of its streaming home. That’s probably overdue, anyway, given how I recently reviewed Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress, […]