Overreactions Week 9 Winter 2016

(Weekly Review)

I started doing these weekly reviews to force myself to keep writing about anime while I was working on launching my new dakimakura store Waifu Pillows, doing a massive overhaul of one of my niche sites, laying the groundwork for my new niche site, working on a new physical goods business, writing an eBook, studying for school, and of course all while still working a 70 hour work week. Now, as you can see my overreaction weekly posts have slowly gone from writing about, somewhere around 5 or 6 shows, to basically being nothing but a Boku Dake Ga Inai Machi weekly review. There are a bunch of great shows this season, a lot that I wish I had the time to write for, but life (and the absurd amount of projects I take on) have certainly gotten in the way.

We can only work with what we got, and we’re all prisoners of the moment here so let’s overreact!

**May Contain Spoilers proceed with caution**

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Overreactions – Week 7 Winter 2016

(Mini Weekly Reviews)

 

We can only work with what we got, and we’re all prisoners of the moment here so let’s overreact!

**May Contain Spoilers proceed with caution**

 

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Overreaction: Unless ERASED nose dives from here till the end of the season, I don’t think there is an anime out there that can uproot it from the number one spot on any of the many anime polls out there–it’s just that good.

After another failure (this time in his original time period) Satoru begged his revival to take him back, to give him one last chance. Playing off his emotions, his revival answered his call sending him back to a couple days before “Day X”. Continue reading “Overreactions – Week 7 Winter 2016”

A Reunion we’ve all been waiting for

Digimon Adventure Tri takes place 3 years after Digimon Adventure 02. The original Digidestined, now in high school, have been going on about their normal lives without thdigimon-adventure-tri-review-right-hand-of-anime3eir Digimon. As Tai tries to get his friends to come watch his soccer match it’s made evident that the once inseparable group of friends have slowly been drifting apart as they find their own paths in life. Whether it’s Matt playing a concert, Joe studying to be a doctor, or Kari at a friends birthday party everyone has something that’s keeping them from being able to make it to Tai’s game–with the exception of Mimi who says she’ll fly over from America to watch, and Sora who wants to try to make it to both Matt’s concert and Tai’s game. While everyone is following through on their plans mysterious electronic interferences begin occurring.  The one common variable to these mass electronic malfunctions is a Kuwagamon flying overhead! Continue reading “A Reunion we’ve all been waiting for”

Fall 2015 Midway Season Review

What I am watching Halfway Review

One Punch Man

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The hype surrounding this show was the real deal! Thankfully Madhouse delivered! One Punch man revolves around Saitama who is just a hero for fun. Saitama, with his friend Genos, fight monsters that show up in City Z, and thanks to the “extreme” training regimen that drove him bald Saitama is absurdly powerful. Now when I say absurdly powerful I mean it. Everyone he fights he kills in one punch– causing him to grow bored.

Coming into this I was wondering how a show that has an MC that beats everyone in a single punch could produce awesome fight scenes. When the first villain, Vaccine Man, was beaten within the first minute of his introduction I thought, “So this is really how this is going to be huh?” Continue reading “Fall 2015 Midway Season Review”