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!
Mithrandiel plays catch-up with the end of the winter season, reflecting on Darling in the FRANXX, and how it lost steam since its explosive premiere.
When Sakura and Syaoran go on a date to the aquarium, they discover that it’s not just sea creatures lurking inside… is there another card on the loose?! Rae and EyeSpyAlex review episode 9!
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.
In sickness and in health, for better or for filler…Thunderheavyarm dutifully reviews the latest episode of Toji no Miko!
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!
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.
In this episode, we finally have a return to quality! AIns Ooal Gown is a huge part of this episode, which was much needed. The Lizard Men are still here but not the sole focus, in fact this one actually made me care about them a bit. This episode is a much watch, best one yet of season two!
After 3 episodes of pent up frustration, will Hiro finally be able to ride with Zero Two? Find out as Mithrandiel reviews episode 4 of Darling in the FRANXX!
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.