Hello everyone! I’m a new writer. My name is Janette, and I will be doing anime reviews on this blog. My preferred pronouns are she/her. I am a lifelong anime fan as well as a lifelong writer! In my free…
Welcome back to another week of Blake and Spencer Get Jumped! An anime podcast where we watch the anime so you don’t have to, but you still should! This week we have a brand new weekly jump! On this week’s…
Kazuya Kinoshito has had enough of love – so he tries to buy it instead! Mithrandiel reviews Rent-A-Girlfriend, episode 1!
CardCaptor Sakura: Clear Card’s first season has come to an end, but how does the series stack up, and is it worth checking out? Rae and EyeSpyAlex give their wrap-up review!
Ito’s most famous character finally makes an appearance… read Rae’s review of the newest Junji Ito Collection, featuring Tomie – the mysterious beauty who inspires murderous obsession in men.
More and more mysteries are opening up in Sakura’s life – from the clear cards, to strange books, to a strange alternate dimension… what’s behind all of this?! Rae and EyeSpyAlex review the latest two episodes of Card Captor Sakura: Clear Card!
Rae catches up on 2 episodes of Junji Ito Collection this week. A haunting record, a seemingly cursed circus, the dread of trying to recover one’s memories, and a town in which privacy is no longer allowed… check out four new nightmares from a king of horror!
A teenage boy’s neighbor is obsessed with visiting his room. A newlywed houswife learns about her new family’s ritual for giving some semblance of life back to the dead so they can come to terms with saying goodbye. Rae reviews Junji Ito Collection, episode 6.
The entrance to an alternate world housing strange monsters is hidden inside a young boy’s mansion, while a troublemaking schoolboy makes cloth dolls of people he hates. Rae reviews episode 5 of Junji Ito Collection.
A jade artifact that seems to cause holes in its owners’ bodies. A man’s obsession with puppets disturbs his younger brother. Rae reviews this week’s two new stories in Junji Ito Collection.
Schoolgirls in a small town become obsessed with “Crossroads Fortune Telling” – an innocent-seeming game that keeps ending in unfortunate suicides. Rae reviews Junji Ito Collection, episode 3.
New cards, new costumes, and new clubs – middle-schooler Kinomoto Sakura continues exploring the mystery of the clear cards in this Cardcaptor Sakura continuation. EyeSpyAlex and Rae review episode 2!
When indie film makers hire a creepy model, they start to get a bad feeling… And what happens when a person’s dreams start becoming longer and longer? Check out Rae’s review of Junji Ito Collection, episode 2!