Knight’s & Magic wants you to want to pilot a giant robot more than you want to pilot a giant robot.
When the dust settles, are you living a life you are happy with?
Sometimes, the best thing you can say to a child is: “I love you.”
As is our custom around here, it’s time to take a look back at the shows of last season before the new one hits (actually, it’s already here but oh well).
Exactly four years ago, I made my first blog post on the blog that would later become Mage in a Barrel. After all that time, it’s hard to think of any other personal projects that I’ve stuck with so long, had so much fun with, learned so much from, and met so many great people through— so this post is a celebration of four years of being an aniblogger.
I hope you’ll journey with me for a bit.
Crunchyroll’s #HeroWeek continues on, and so does my series on my favorite hero anime of the last few years. With Gatchaman Crowds already tackled earlier this week, now it’s time for a show that made it into my top 25 all-time favorite anime, Concrete Revolutio!
It’s #HeroWeek over at Crunchyroll, so I’m pitching in with a couple of essays on my two favorite superhero anime of the last few years—Gatchaman Crowds and Concrete Revolutio. Up first, Kenji Nakamura’s Gatchaman Crowds!